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ORGANIZATION

Originally called the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Virginia Apgar
Doctor
7-Jun-1909 7-Aug-1974 Anesthesiologist, Apgar Score
J. Hyatt Brown
Business
c. 1937   Brown & Brown
Archie Campbell
Actor
7-Nov-1914 29-Aug-1987 Hee Haw
Eddie Cantor
Singer
31-Jan-1892 10-Oct-1964 Banjo Eyes
Anton J. Carlson
Biologist
29-Jan-1875 2-Sep-1956 The Machinery of the Body
Gretchen Carlson
TV Personality
1966   Fox & Friends
Kelly Clarkson
Singer
24-Apr-1982   First winner of American Idol
Frank G. Clement
Politician
2-Jun-1920 4-Nov-1969 Twice Governor of Tennessee
R. Guy Cole, Jr.
Judge
23-May-1951   6th Circuit Court of Appeals
Gary Collins
Actor
30-Apr-1938   Host of The Home Show
James M. Cracchiolo
Business
c. 1958   CEO of Ameriprise Financial
Gary D. Forsee
Business
1950   CEO of Sprint Nextel, 2005-07
Dave Freudenthal
Politician
12-Oct-1950   Governor of Wyoming, 2003-11
Brenda J. Gaines
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Diners Club NA, 2002-04
Judy Garland
Singer
10-Jun-1922 22-Jun-1969 Dorothy in Wizard of Oz
Susan Golding
Politician
18-Aug-1945   Mayor of San Diego, 1992-2000
Charlie Gonzalez
Politician
5-May-1945   Congressman, Texas 20th
James H. Hance, Jr.
Business
c. 1944   CFO, Bank of America, 1988-2004
H. Edward Hanway
Business
1951   CEO of CIGNA
Salma Hayek
Actor
2-Sep-1966   Frida
James R. Huffines
Business
c. 1951   PlainsCapital
Sarah Hughes
Figure Skating
2-May-1985   Figure skater, won gold in 2002 Olympics
Marsha Hunt
Actor
17-Oct-1917   Johnny Got His Gun
Kathy Ireland
Model
20-Mar-1963   1989 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue
Wynonna Judd
Country Musician
30-May-1964   Country music star
Ron Kirk
Politician
27-Jun-1954   US Trade Representative
Tony Knowles
Politician
1-Jan-1943   Governor of Alaska, 1994-2002
Hal Linden
Actor
20-Mar-1931   Barney Miller
Trini Lopez
Musician
15-May-1937   If I Had A Hammer
Susan Lucci
Actor
23-Dec-1946   Erica Kane on All My Children
Frank T. MacInnis
Business
c. 1946   CEO of EMCOR Group
F. David Mathews
Government
6-Dec-1935   HEW Secretary under Ford
Kenneth A. May
Business
c. 1960   CEO of FedEx Kinko's, 2004-07
Seamus P. McCaffery
Judge
3-Jun-1950   Justice, Pennsylvania Supreme Court
Jim McMahon
Football
21-Aug-1959   Retired NFL Quarterback
Mary Ann Mobley
Model
17-Feb-1939   Miss America 1959
Susan Molinari
Politician
27-Mar-1958   Congresswoman from New York, 1990-97
Sue Myrick
Politician
1-Aug-1941   Congresswoman, North Carolina 9th
Deborah Norville
Journalist
8-Aug-1958   Inside Edition
Nancy O'Dell
Actor
25-Feb-1966   Entertainment Tonight
Jennifer O'Neill
Actor
20-Feb-1948   Summer of '42
James E. Oesterreicher
Business
c. 1942   CEO of JC Penney, 1995-2000
John Price
Diplomat
18-Aug-1933   US Ambassador to Mauritius, 2002-05
Jerry Rice
Football
13-Oct-1962   Hall of Fame NFL wide receiver
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920   Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Head of State
30-Jan-1882 12-Apr-1945 US President during WWII
Jonas Salk
Scientist
28-Oct-1914 23-Jun-1995 Discoverer of the first polio vaccine
Bobby Scott
Politician
30-Apr-1947   Congressman, Virginia 3rd
Michael M. Sears
Business
16-Jul-1947   CFO of Boeing, 2000-03
Sheryl Swoopes
Basketball
25-Mar-1971   Three-time WNBA MVP
Edward Tatum
Scientist
14-Dec-1909 7-Nov-1975 One gene, one enzyme theory
Thalia
Singer
26-Aug-1971   Latin soap opera queen and pop star
J. C. Watts
Politician
18-Nov-1957   Congressman from Oklahoma, 1995-2003
Mollie B. Williford
Business
c. 1937   Williford Companies
Judy Woodruff
Journalist
20-Nov-1946   PBS newscaster
Jane Wyatt
Actor
12-Aug-1910 20-Oct-2006 Father Knows Best


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