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Roderick M. Hills

AKA Roderick Maltman Hills

Born: 9-Mar-1931
Birthplace: Seattle, WA
Died: 29-Oct-2014
Location of death: Baltimore, MD
Cause of death: Heart Failure

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: SEC Chairman, 1975-77

Wife: Carla Hills (diplomat, m. 1958, until his death, three daughters, one son)
Daughter: Allison
Daughter: Laura
Daughter: Megan
Son: Roderick M. Hills, Jr.

    University: BA, Stanford University (1952)
    Law School: LLB, Stanford Law School (1955)
    Teacher: Visiting Lecturer in Law, Stanford Law School (1960-70)
    Professor: Harvard University (1969-70)

    Hills & Stern Partner (1995-)
    Hills Enterprises, Ltd. (1987-)
    Latham & Watkins Counsel (1982-84)
    Latham & Watkins Partner (1978-82)
    SEC Chairman (1975-77)
    Munger, Tolles & Olson Partner (1962-71)
    Musick Peeler & Garrett Associate (1957-62)
    Law Clerk to Stanley Reed (1955-57)
    Member of the Board of Anheuser-Busch (1977-89)
    Member of the Board of Chiquita Brands (2002-07)
    Member of the Board of ICN Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
    Member of the Board of Waste Management (1997-2000)
    Bush-Cheney '04
    Center for Strategic & International Studies
    Dreier for Congress Committee
    Freedom First PAC
    Friends of Dick Lugar
    George W. Bush for President
    Gerald R. Ford Foundation Trustee
    John McCain 2008
    McCain for Senate '98
    National Republican Senatorial Committee
    Obama for America
    Order of the Coif
    Straight Talk America
    Zeta Psi Fraternity


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