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Lions Club

ORGANIZATION

Founded in 1917.

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

Founding Date:
1917

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Abdnor
Politician
13-Feb-1923 16-May-2012 US Senator from South Dakota, 1981-87
Hugh J. Addonizio
Politician
31-Jan-1914 2-Feb-1981 Mayor of Newark, 1962-70
Jason Altmire
Politician
7-Mar-1968   Congressman, Pennsylvania 4th
Ellis Arnall
Politician
20-Mar-1907 13-Dec-1992 Governor of Georgia, 1943-47
John M. Ashbrook
Politician
21-Sep-1928 24-Apr-1982 Congressman from Ohio, 1961-82
William H. Avery
Politician
11-Aug-1911 4-Nov-2009 Governor of Kansas, 1965-67
James A. Barcia
Politician
25-Feb-1952   Congressman from Michigan, 1993-2003
Frank A. Barrett
Politician
10-Nov-1892 20-May-1962 Governor and Senator from Wyoming
Jere Beasley
Politician
12-Dec-1935   Lt. Governor of Alabama, 1970-78
Alan M. Bennett
Business
c. 1951   CFO of Aetna
Charles E. Bennett
Politician
2-Dec-1910 6-Sep-2003 Congressman from Florida, 1949-93
Tom Bevill
Politician
27-Mar-1921 28-Mar-2005 Congressman from Alabama, 1967-97
Ray Blanton
Politician
10-Apr-1930 22-Nov-1996 Governor of Tennessee, 1975-79
John Brogden
Politician
28-Mar-1969   Disgraced Australian opposition leader
William S. Broomfield
Politician
28-Apr-1922   Congressman from Michigan, 1957-93
Scott Brown
Politician
12-Sep-1959   US Senator from Massachusetts
Phil Bryant
Politician
9-Dec-1954   Governor of Mississippi
Jim Bunning
Politician
23-Oct-1931   US Senator from Kentucky
John Anthony Burns
Politician
30-Mar-1909 5-Apr-1975 Governor of Hawaii, 1962-74
Robert Byrd
Politician
20-Nov-1917 28-Jun-2010 US Senator, former klan member
Howard W. Cannon
Politician
26-Jan-1912 5-Mar-2002 US Senator from Nevada, 1959-83
David F. Cargo
Politician
13-Jan-1929   Governor of New Mexico, 1967-71
Jimmy Carter
Head of State
1-Oct-1924   39th US President, 1977-81
Elbert N. Carvel
Politician
9-Feb-1910 6-Feb-2005 Twice Governor of Delaware
Don Cazayoux
Politician
17-Jan-1964   Congressman, Louisiana 6th
Joseph Sill Clark
Politician
21-Oct-1901 21-Jan-1990 US Senator from Pennsylvania, 1956-69
Howard Coble
Politician
18-Mar-1931   Congressman, North Carolina 6th
Bert T. Combs
Politician
13-Aug-1911 4-Dec-1991 Governor of Kentucky, 1959-63
John M. Dalton
Politician
9-Nov-1900 7-Jul-1972 Governor of Missouri, 1961-65
Bob Davis
Politician
31-Jul-1932 16-Oct-2009 Congressman from Michigan, 1979-93
Butler Derrick
Politician
30-Sep-1936   Congressman from South Carolina, 1975-95
Joel F. Dubina
Judge
26-Oct-1947   11th Circuit Court of Appeals
David Durenberger
Politician
19-Aug-1934   US Senator from Minnesota, 1978-95
William A. Egan
Politician
8-Oct-1914 6-May-1984 Twice Governor of Alaska
Michael Enzi
Politician
1-Feb-1944   US Senator from Wyoming
Ruben E. Esquivel
Business
c. 1943   VP at UT Southwestern Medical Center
Dante Fascell
Politician
9-Mar-1917 28-Nov-1998 Congressman from Florida, 1955-93
Orval Faubus
Politician
7-Jan-1910 14-Dec-1994 Governor of Arkansas, 1955-67
Martin Frost
Politician
1-Jan-1942   Congressman from Texas, 1979-2005
Jim Gerlach
Politician
25-Feb-1955   Congressman, Pennsylvania 6th
Jacob H. Gilbert
Politician
17-Jun-1920 27-Feb-1981 Congressman from New York, 1960-71
William F. Goodling
Politician
5-Dec-1927   Congressman from Pennsylvania, 1975-2001
Gene Green
Politician
17-Oct-1947   Congressman, Texas 29th
Marvin Griffin
Politician
4-Sep-1907 13-Jun-1982 Governor of Georgia, 1955-59
Jim Gunter
Judge
c. 1943   Justice, Arkansas Supreme Court
Dennis Hastert
Politician
2-Jan-1942   Speaker of the House, 1999-2006
Stanley K. Hathaway
Politician
19-Jul-1924 4-Oct-2005 Governor of Wyoming, 1967-75
Warren E. Hearnes
Politician
24-Jul-1923 16-Aug-2009 Governor of Missouri, 1965-73
Brad Henry
Politician
10-Jun-1963   Governor of Oklahoma, 2003-11
Ed Herschler
Politician
27-Oct-1918 5-Feb-1990 Governor of Wyoming, 1975-87
John J. Hickey
Politician
22-Aug-1911 22-Sep-1970 Governor of Wyoming, 1959-61
Estes Kefauver
Politician
26-Jul-1903 10-Aug-1963 US Senator from Tennessee, 1949-63
Mark Kennedy
Politician
11-Apr-1957   Congressman, Minnesota 6th
Bob Kerrey
Politician
27-Aug-1943   Governor and Senator from Nebraska
Peter Kinder
Politician
12-May-1954   Lt. Governor of Missouri
Larry Kissell
Politician
31-Jan-1951   Congressman, North Carolina 8th
Fred Korematsu
Activist
30-Jan-1919 30-Mar-2005 Opposed internment camps
Jim Langevin
Politician
22-Apr-1964   Congressman, Rhode Island 2nd
Arthur A. Link
Politician
24-May-1914 1-Jun-2010 Governor of North Dakota, 1973-81
Russell Long
Politician
3-Nov-1918 9-May-2003 US Senator from Louisiana, 1948-87
Herschel C. Loveless
Politician
5-May-1911 4-May-1989 Governor of Iowa, 1957-61
Clarence W. Meadows
Politician
11-Feb-1904 12-Sep-1961 Governor of West Virginia, 1945-49
Carlos J. Moorhead
Politician
6-May-1922 23-Nov-2011 Congressman from California, 1973-97
Frank E. Moss
Politician
23-Sep-1911 29-Jan-2003 US Senator from Utah, 1959-77
Frank Murkowski
Politician
28-Mar-1933   Governor of Alaska, 2002-06
Ed Muskie
Politician
28-Mar-1914 26-Mar-1996 US Senator from Maine, 1959-80
Grace Napolitano
Politician
4-Dec-1936   Congresswoman, California 38th
George Nethercutt
Politician
7-Oct-1944   Congressman from Washington, 1995-2005
Bob Ney
Politician
5-Jul-1954   Congressman from Ohio, 1995-2006
John Malcolm Patterson
Politician
27-Sep-1921   Governor of Alabama, 1959-63
Rand Paul
Politician
7-Jan-1963   US Senator from Kentucky
Walter R. Peterson
Politician
19-Sep-1922 1-Jun-2011 Governor of New Hampshire, 1969-73
Owen B. Pickett
Politician
31-Aug-1930 27-Oct-2010 Congressman from Virginia, 1987-2001
Jake Pickle
Politician
11-Oct-1913 18-Jun-2005 Congressman from Texas 1963-95
James H. Quillen
Politician
11-Jan-1916 2-Nov-2003 Congressman from Tennessee, 1963-97
Jim Ramstad
Politician
6-May-1946   Congressman from Minnesota, 1991-2009
Jennings Randolph
Politician
8-Mar-1902 8-May-1998 US Senator from West Virginia, 1958-85
Steven Rothman
Politician
14-Oct-1952   Congressman, New Jersey 9th
George E. Sangmeister
Politician
16-Feb-1931 7-Oct-2007 Congressman from Illinois, 1989-95
Grant Sawyer
Politician
14-Dec-1918 19-Feb-1996 Governor of Nevada, 1959-67
Richard S. Schweiker
Politician
1-Jun-1926   US Senator from Pennsylvania, 1969-81
Hugh D. Scott, Jr.
Politician
11-Nov-1900 21-Jul-1994 US Senator from Pennsylvania, 1959-77
Jeff Sessions
Politician
24-Dec-1946   US Senator from Alabama
Ike Skelton
Politician
20-Dec-1931   Congressman from Missouri, 1977-2011
Robert T. Stafford
Politician
8-Aug-1913 23-Dec-2006 Governor and Senator from Vermont
Harley O. Staggers, Sr.
Politician
3-Aug-1907 20-Aug-1991 Congressman from West Virginia, 1949-81
Harley O. Staggers, Jr.
Politician
22-Feb-1951   Congressman from West Virginia, 1983-93
Charlie Stenholm
Politician
26-Oct-1938   Congressman from Texas, 1979-2005
John C. Stennis
Politician
3-Aug-1901 23-Apr-1995 US Senator from Mississippi, 1947-89
William G. Stratton
Politician
26-Feb-1914 2-Mar-2001 Governor of Illinois, 1953-61
John B. Swainson
Politician
31-Jul-1925 13-May-1994 Governor of Michigan, 1961-63
Robin Tallon
Politician
8-Aug-1946   Congressman from South Carolina, 1983-93
Bill Tuck
Politician
28-Sep-1896 9-Jun-1983 Governor of Virginia, 1946-50
John V. Tunney
Politician
26-Jun-1934   US Senator from California, 1971-77
Tim Valentine
Politician
15-Mar-1926   Congressman from North Carolina, 1983-95
Harold L. Volkmer
Politician
4-Apr-1931 16-Apr-2011 Congressman from Missouri, 1977-97
Louie Welch
Politician
9-Dec-1918 27-Jan-2008 Mayor of Houston, 1964-73
Curt Weldon
Politician
22-Jul-1947   Congressman from Pennsylvania, 1987-2007
Roger Wicker
Politician
5-Jul-1951   US Senator from Mississippi
Steve Windom
Politician
6-Nov-1949   Lt. Governor of Alabama, 1999-2003
Don Young
Politician
9-Jun-1933   Congressman from Alaska


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