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Optimists Club

ORGANIZATION

Founded in 1919.

Official Website:
http://www.optimist.org/

Founding Date:
1919

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gresham Barrett
Politician
14-Feb-1961   Congressman, South Carolina 3rd
Robert F. Bennett
Politician
23-May-1927 9-Oct-2000 Governor of Kansas, 1975-79
John W. Bricker
Politician
6-Sep-1893 22-Mar-1986 Governor of Ohio, 1939-45
William S. Broomfield
Politician
28-Apr-1922   Congressman from Michigan, 1957-93
Julian Carroll
Politician
16-Apr-1931   Governor of Kentucky, 1974-79
Robert F. Ellsworth
Politician
11-Jun-1926 9-May-2011 Congressman from Kansas, 1961-67
Jim Exon
Politician
9-Aug-1921 10-Jun-2005 US Senator from Nebraska, 1979-97
Harold V. Froehlich
Politician
12-May-1932   Congressman from Wisconsin, 1973-75
Gene Green
Politician
17-Oct-1947   Congressman, Texas 29th
Mark Green
Politician
1-Jun-1960   US Ambassador to Tanzania
Jeff Habay
Politician
9-May-1966   Pennsylvania State Legislator, 1996-2006
Dave Heineman
Politician
12-May-1948   Governor of Nebraska
Olin D. Johnston
Politician
18-Nov-1896 18-Apr-1965 Governor and Senator from South Carolina
Dale Kildee
Politician
16-Sep-1929   Congressman, Michigan 5th
Ron Kind
Politician
16-Mar-1963   Congressman, Wisconsin 3rd
Bob McEwen
Politician
12-Jan-1950   Congressman from Ohio, 1981-93
Victor H. Schiro
Politician
6-May-1904 29-Aug-1992 Mayor of New Orleans, 1961-70
Gene Snyder
Politician
26-Jan-1928 16-Feb-2007 Congressman from Kentucky, 1967-87


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