Punahou School alumni

Shown below is a list of notable graduates, students who attended, and former faculty of Punahou School.

: *indicates attended Punahou but did not graduate with senior class.

"Numerous athletic, educational, cultural, business, and government leaders of significance to the State of Hawaii have been excluded, as well as all University of Hawaii and other State of Hawaii educators."

Olympic athletes, medalists and other world champions

Athletics (Track and Field)

* Duncan Macdonald — 1976 [ [http://starbulletin.com/96/06/21/sports/luis.html Track stars trotted out too infrequently] . By Cindy Luis. "Honolulu Star Bulletin" newspaper Wednesday, June 19, 1996] (coach)
* '72 Henry Marsh (BYU) — 1976, 1980 US boycott, 1984, 1988 [ [http://starbulletin.com/1999/12/28/sports/bigold.html SI's list of Hawaii's top athletes not complete] . By Pat Bigold. "Honolulu Star Bulletin" newspaper Tuesday, December 28, 1999]

Beach volleyball

* '90 Kevin Wong (Cal) — 2000 [ [http://starbulletin.com/2000/07/11/sports/story1.html Kevin Wong hopes his dream comes true: The Punahou graduate and his partner are close to securing a spot in beach volleyball] . By Pat Bigold. "Honolulu Star Bulletin" newspaper Tuesday, July 11, 2000]
* '91 Stein Metzger (UCLA) — 2004

Diving

* '69 Keala (Rachel) O'Sullivan (Hawaiokinai) — 1968 bronze medalist [ [http://www.usadiving.org/05redesign/media/record_book.htm ::: Usa Diving | Home ::: ] ]

Dressage (Equestrian)

* '72* Sandy Pflueger — 1984 (attended 1959-69) [ [http://www.thepeerage.com/p10089.htm thePeerage.com - Person Page 10089 ] ] [ [http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/~wynnwill/telegraph.htm Hawaii astronomy wows British ] ] [ [http://starbulletin.com/97/07/25/features/donnelly.html Honolulu Star-Bulletin - Dave Donnelly ] ]

Kayaking

* '92 Kathy Colin (Washington) — 2000, 2004 [ [http://starbulletin.com/2004/08/01/sports/story2.html Honolulu Star-Bulletin Sports ] ]
* '97 Andrew Bussey (UC Irvine) — 2004 [ [http://starbulletin.com/2004/08/12/sports/story2.html Honolulu Star-Bulletin Sports ] ]

ailing

* '66 David Rockwell McFaull (Cornell) — 1976 silver medalist [ [http://www.databaseolympics.com/players/playerpage.htm?ilkid=MCFAUDAV01 David McFaull Olympic medals and stats ] ] [http://hawaiihistory.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=ig.page&year=1976 Hawaii's History in 1976 - Hawaii History - 1976 ] ]
* '72 Michael Jon Rothwell — 1976 silver medalist [ [http://www.ussailing.org/olympics/usmedals.htm U.S. Olympic Yachting Medal Record ] ]

wimming

* '24* Mariechen Wehselau Jackson — 1924 gold and silver medalist [See United States at the 1924 Summer Olympics] (attended 1912-23)
* '25* Warren Kealoha — 1920 gold medalist (youngest male US gold in swimming), 1924 gold medalist [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4179/is_20020708/ai_n11785005 The most medals won by an American swimmer in the Olympics were...] "Topeka Capital-Journal" July 8, 2002] (attended 1920-22)
* '27 Buster Crabbe (Southern Cal) — 1928 bronze medalist, 1932 gold medalist (see also below)
* '47 Richard Cleveland (Hawaiokinai, Ohio State) — 1952 [ [http://starbulletin.com/2002/07/30/news/story12.html Honolulu Star-Bulletin Hawaii News ] ] (see also below)
* Lillian "Pokey" Watson (Richardson) 1964 gold medalist (youngest female US gold in swimming), 1968 gold medalist (trustee's spouse)
* '67 Brent Thales Berk (Stanford) — 1968 [http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/sports/olympics/longterm/swimming/swimak.htm#B http://usaswimming.org/USASWeb/_Rainbow/Documents/12178061-00b5-41bd-80e6-c6820e6169ae/1968.pdf and http://gostanford.cstv.com/sports/m-swim/archive/stan-m-swim-arch-oly.html]
* '76 Chris Woo (Indiana) — 1976 gold medalist [http://usaswimming.org/USASWeb/_Rainbow/Documents/ffd55fad-f311-4aa5-8997-6a19403f7ed6/1976.pdf]
* '09 Christel Simms — 2008 qualifier for Beijing

Volleyball

* Sharon Peterson — 1964, 1968 (coach) [ [http://starbulletin.com/2002/06/24/sports/story3.html Honolulu Star-Bulletin Sports ] ]
* '66 Miki Briggs McFadden (USC) — 1968 [http://yawiki.org/proc/Punahou_School yawiki.org entry for Punahou School ] ]
* '69 Dodge Parker (Long Beach) — 1968
* Barbara Perry — 1968 (teacher) [ [http://starbulletin.com/2002/06/24/sports/story6.html Honolulu Star-Bulletin Sports ] ]
* '91 Stein Metzger (UCLA) — 2004 [http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/me/stein-metzger-1.html]
* '91 Kevin Wong (UCLA) — 2004 [http://starbulletin.com/2004/03/11/sports/story1.html]
* '92 Mike Lambert (Stanford) — 1996, 2000 [ [http://starbulletin.com/96/07/11/sports/story1.html Honolulu Star-Bulletin Sports ] ]
* '98 Lindsey Berg (Minnesota) — 2004, 2008 silver medalist [http://www.usavolleyball.org/National/profiles/women/player.asp?number=4 USA Volleyball - Player profile: Lindsey Berg ] ] [ [http://www.gophersports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=8400&ATCLID=1513718 Lindsey Berg Named to USA Olympic Volleyball Team - Gophersports.com—Official Web Site of University of Minnesota Athletics ] ]

Water polo

* '84 Christopher Duplanty (UC Irvine) — silver medalist 1988, silver medalist 1992, 1996, 2000
* '97 Sean Kern (UCLA) — 2000
* '99 Brandon Brooks(1.) cite web |url= http://www.usatoday.com/sports/preps/basketba/99honor.htm |title= All-USA high school boys basketball: 1999 honorable mention |work= USA Today |date= 22 April 1999 |quote= Hawaii Player of the year: Brandon Brooks, 6-7, Punahou (Honolulu). (2.) cite web |url= http://www2.punahou.edu/index.cfm?fuseaction=ig.page&PageID=787 |title= Alumni in the News |work= Punahou School |date= 20 July 2006 |quote= ] (UCLA) — 2004, 2008 silver medalist [ [http://swimming.about.com/od/famousswimmersbios/p/brooks_polo.htm Brooks, Brandon - USA Olympic Water Polo Team Player Bio - Brandon Brooks ] ]

Other world champion athletes

* '47 Richard Fitch Cleveland (Ohio State) — four-time world record holder, International Swimming Hall of Fame [ [http://starbulletin.com/2002/07/30/news/story12.html Richard Cleveland / World-Class Swimmer] , by Pat Gee, "Honolulu Star Bulletin", July 30, 2002]
* '65 Fred Hemmings, Jr. — 1968 world surfing champion, Hawaii state senator, Republican minority leader
* '99 Elisa Au (Hawaiokinai) — 3-time World Karate Federation World Champion, Black Belt Magazine Hall of Fame, 2005 best amateur athlete Sullivan Award finalist [ [http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2002/Jul/16/sp/sp06a.html Elisa Au: Putting up a fight] , by Catherine Toth, "Honolulu Advertiser", July 16, 2002.] [http://www.ikfhawaii.com/elisaau2.html] [ [http://www.usatoday.com/sports/2005-sullivan-award_x.htm Who is the top amateur athlete?] "USA Today", March 7, 2005] [ [http://starbulletin.com/2005/04/10/sports/simpson.html Black belts and big scoldings] , by Kalani Simpson, April 10, 2005] [ [http://www.fonsecamartialarts.com/instructors.html Our Instructors Fonseca Martial Arts ] ]

Professional athletes and coaches

Football

* '27 Henry Thomas "Hank" "Honolulu" Hughes (Oregon State) — original Washington Redskins (Boston Braves) football player 1931-32 (10 games) [ [http://www.nfl.com/players/honoluluhughes/profile?id=HUG490789 Honolulu Hughes ] ]
* '48 Herman Clark (Oregon State) — Chicago Bears offensive lineman 1952-57 (52 games) [ [http://hawaiisportshalloffame.com/xclar.htm Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame and Cybermuseum ] ]
* '48 Jim Clark (American football player) (Oregon State) — Washington Redskins offensive lineman 1952-53 (20 games) and Hawaii state senator [ [http://starbulletin.com/1999/08/03/news/story3.html Buffanblu football runs in family] , by Rod Ohira, "Honolulu Star Bulletin", August 3, 1999]
* '49 Charley Ane, Jr. (USC) — Detroit Lions offensive lineman 1953-59 (83 games), team captain for two NFL championships and two-time Pro Bowl selection
* '59* Ray Schoenke (Southern Methodist) — Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins offensive lineman 1963-75 (145 games), unsuccessful Democratic candidate for Maryland Governor, 1998, founding president of American Hunters and Shooters Association (attended 1956-58)
* '64 Norm Chow (Utah) — Former Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator, current UCLA Offensive Coordinator.
* '71 Arnold Morgado, Jr. (Hawaiokinai) — Kansas City Chiefs running back 1977-80 (52 games), [ [http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/MorgAr00.htm Arnold Morgado Statistics - Pro-Football-Reference.com ] ] city councilman [ [http://www.honolulu.gov/refs/bill/status/1992/r86.htm R86.92 - Council Bills and Resolutions Status ] ]
* '71 Charles "Kale" Ane III (Michigan State) — offensive lineman for Kansas City Chiefs and Green Bay Packers, 1975-1981 (105 games) [ [http://www.nfl.com/players/charlieane/profile?id=ANE276861 Charlie Ane ] ]
* '74 Mosi Tatupu (USC) — New England Patriots running back 1978-91 (199 games), one Super Bowl, one Pro Bowl, college football "Mosi Tatupu Award", father of Lofa Tatupu
* '78 Mark Tuinei (Hawaiokinai) — Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman 1983-97 (195 games), two Pro Bowls and three Super Bowls
* '80 [http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/K/KamaJo20.htm John Kamana III] (USC) — Los Angeles Rams and Atlanta Falcons running back (5 games)

Baseball

* '81 Joey Meyer (baseball player), Jr. (Hawaiokinai) — Milwaukee Brewers first baseman 1988-89 (156 games) [ [http://www.baseball-reference.com/m/meyerjo01.shtml Joey Meyer Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com ] ]
* '97 Justin Wayne (Stanford) — Florida Marlins pitcher 2002-04 (26 games)

Volleyball

* '69 Linda Fernandez (Hawaiokinai) — All-Pro 1976-79 for LA Stars, SB Spikers, and Seattle Smashers of International Volleyball Association; Superstars winner 1979 and 1980 [See Superstars] [ [http://starbulletin.com/2006/12/15/sports/hawaiibeat.html 5 selected for Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame] , "Honolulu Star Bulletin", December 15, 2006] [http://www.hawaii.gov/gov/news/enewsletter/2007-newsletters/Feb3-9,2007] [ [http://hawaiisportshalloffame.com/xfer2.htm Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame and Cybermuseum ] ]
* '98 Lindsey Berg (Minnesota) — Minnesota Chill

Golf

* '67 [http://www.thewomensgolfschool.com/index-7.html Penelope Gebauer] (Boise State) — 9-time LPGA top-10 finisher, founder of Women's Golf School
* '97 Parker McLachlin (UCLA) — Winner on PGA Tour, 4-time top-10 finisher in 53 events (2001-2008) [ [http://www.pgatour.com/players/02/44/49/ PGATOUR.com - Parker McLachlin's Official Profile ] ]
* '98 Bridget Dwyer (UCLA) — #9 on LPGA Futures Tour, #2 on The Big Break VI [ [http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2006/Dec/13/sp/FP612130369.html Dwyer beaten in 'Big Break IV' final] , "Honolulu Advertiser", December 13, 2006]
* '07 Michelle Wie (Stanford) — 4-time LPGA majors top-3 finisher

Leading medical doctors

Professional society and government leaders

* '27 [http://www.pearlharborstories.org/node/390 Rodney T. West] (Northwestern) — Naval Reserve MD at Attack on Pearl Harbor and founding president of American College of Physician Executives
* '29* Edwin D. Kilbourne, Jr. (UH) — founding chair of Microbiology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, influenza pandemic expert at New York Medical College, "Washington Post's" "We don't have enough if a pandemic happened tomorrow." (attended 1921-28) [ [http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/EID/vol12no01/05-1254.htm Influenza Pandemics of the 20th Century | CDC EID ] ] [ [http://washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/10/15/AR2005101500102_pf.html The Fear Contagion ] ]
* '32 [http://starbulletin.com/96/10/30/news/story2.html Colin McCorriston] (Stanford) — one of the founders of American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
* '32 [http://hml.org/mmhc/mdindex/reppunji.html John Iorwerth Reppun] (Harvard) — one of the organizers of Physicians for Social Responsibility
* '45* [http://raom.org/citation_2007.htm William L. Morgan] (Yale) — Master of the American College of Physicians, "Clinical Approach to the Patient", "William L. Morgan Professorship in Medicine (University of Rochester)" (attended 1939-44)
* '50 Richard Ikeda (Harvard) — Chief Medical Consultant to Medical Board of California [http://www.spb.ca.gov/documents/preced/KRAEMER.doc]
* '53 [http://www.carolkasper.com/ Carol Kasper] (Chicago) — Emerita Professor of Medicine at USC; VP of World Federation of Hemophilia
* '56 [http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/dept/pediatrics/infect/fac.html Anne Angen Gershon] (Smith) — Professor of Pediatrics at Columbia U, President of Infectious Diseases Society of America [ [http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/news/press_releases/peds_awards_gershon_polin.html Columbia University Medical Center ] ]
* '62 [http://embc2006.njit.edu/bio/ernest.php Ernest T. Takafuji] (UH) — Colonel and Director of Biodefense at National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Director of Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
* '65 [http://www.utsystem.edu/news/2007/LabartheBio.pdf Darwin R. Labarthe] (Princeton) — Professor of Epidemiology at U Texas, Director of Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, CDC

Other prominently published medical researchers

* '36* Harrison Latta (UCLA) — Emeritus Professor of Pathology at UCLA (attended 1928-33)
* '51 William P. Tunell (Notre Dame) — Professor and Chief of Pediatric Surgery, University of Oklahoma
* '57* Cordelia Hartwell Puttkammer (Tufts) — Professor at Howard University, "Working with Substance-exposed Children" and "My Motor Baby" (attended 1951-54)
* '65 W. Jonathan Lederer (Harvard) — Professor of Physiology at Maryland
* '66 Earl R. Shelton (Stanford) — Researcher at Syntex
* '69 [http://www.hms.harvard.edu/dms/immunology/fac/Umetsu.html Dale T. Umetsu] (Columbia) — Endowed Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard [ [http://www.dfhcc.harvard.edu/membership/member-profile/member/9257/0/ Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center: Member Profile: Dale Umetsu, M.D. Ph.D ] ]
* '60 Dean T. Yamaguchi (Northwestern) — Clinical Investigator of Cancer at VA Medical Center, LA
* '73 James D. Oliver III (Naval Academy) — Major and Fellow of Nephrology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center
* '75 Nelson L. Michael (UCLA) — Colonel and Director of Retrovirology at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
* '75 Lance S. Terada (Amherst) — Professor of Internal Medicine at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
* '77 Hyo-Chun Yoon (Harvard) — Department of Radiological Sciences at UCLA
* '78 [http://www.massgeneral.org/GASTROENTEROLOGY/staff/ChungR.html Raymond T. Chung] (Harvard) — Professor of Medicine at Harvard
* '78 [http://www.martha.md/ Martha Stricklin Heppard] (Harvard) — martha.md, "Acute Obstetrics"
* '79 [http://snri.iusm.iu.edu/cummins.htm Theodore R. Cummins] (Swarthmore) — Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Indiana
* '79 [http://www.surgery.ucsf.edu/faculty/mmankani.html Mahesh Mankani] (Stanford) — Professor of Surgery at UCSF
* '79 [http://cancer.ucsd.edu/summaries/amundt.asp Arno J. Mundt] (Stanford) — Chair of Radiation Oncology at UCSD
* '79 Annabelle A. Okada (Harvard) — Fulbright Scholar, Professor of Medicine at Kyorin U (Tokyo), "Practical Manual of Ocular Inflammation" [http://www.tmsc.jp/spd,ditail.html]
* '79 [http://www.dept-med.pitt.edu/endo/faculty/faculty_info.asp?id=699&UserLname=Takane Karen K. Takane] (Michigan) — Research Professor of Medicine at U Pittsburgh
* '79 [http://gidiv.ucsf.edu/gi/people/yee.html Hal F. Yee] (Brown) — Head of Gastroenterology and Interim Chief of Medicine at UCSF
* '79 [http://med.stanford.edu/shs/update/archives/mar2001/ff.html Alan R. Yuen] (Berkeley) — Professor of Medicine at Stanford Medical
* '80 [http://www.mgh.harvard.edu/gastroenterology/staff/chungd.html Daniel C. Chung] (Harvard) — Professor of Medicine at Harvard
* '84 [http://www.bcm.edu/cmb/?pmid=2309 Jason T. Kimata] (Carleton) — Professor of Microbiology at Baylor

Other clinical faculty at top medical schools

* '32 Andrew S. Wong (Yale) — Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology at Yale [ [http://www.yale.edu/bulletin/pdffiles/Bulletin05-Medicine.pdf bulletin2004-medicine-pages ] ]
* '37* M. Neil MacIntyre (Michigan) — Professor of Anatomy and Human Genetics at Case Western (attended 1931-35)
* '50 Ray Maesaka (Harvard) — Director of Dentistry at Indiana, "Maesaka Award (Indiana University School of Dentistry)"
* '52 Wilfred Morioka (Princeton) — Professor of Surgery at UCSD
* '53 John Maesaka (Harvard) — Emeritus Director of Nephrology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and Winthrop University
* '63 William R. Sexson (Air Force Academy) — Clinical Dean and Professor of Pediatrics at Emory
* '64 Stephen W. Wong — Professor of Ophthalmology at Temple
* '69 Clifford W. Lo (UCLA) — Fulbright Scholar, Director of Human Nutrition and Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard
* '71 Jan H. Wong (Stanford) — Professor of Surgery at UCLA
* '72 Nancy Morioka-Douglas (Stanford) — Chief of Family Medicine at Stanford
* '75 Michelle Y. Braunfeld (Michigan) — Professor of Anesthesiology at UCLA
* '77 Sidney Ontai (Harvard) — Professor of Family Medicine at USC
* '78 Dimitri Voulgaropoulos (Harvard) — Professor of Anaesthesiology at Arizona [ [http://catalog.arizona.edu/1993-95/oph.html General Catalog 1993-95 ] ]
* '79 Scott Oishi (Washington STL) — Professor of Surgery at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
* '80 Elizabeth Blair (Creighton) — Professor of Surgery at U Chicago

Other leading educators and researchers


Samuel Chapman Armstrong, founder of Hampton University, one of many heroes at Gettysburg

Administrators

* '28* Arthur P. Richardson (Stanford) — Dean of Medical School at Emory (attended 1920-24) [ [http://elane.stanford.edu/wilson/Text/36b.html Chapter 36: World War II ] ] [http://www.emory.edu/PROVOST/fac-matters/award_tj.html] [http://profiles.nlm.nih.gov/RM/A/B/I/N/_/rmabin.pdf] [ [http://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/manuscripts/nlmarchives/bor/1972.pdf NLM Board of Regent's Minutes, 1972 ] ]
* '40 [http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F0CE1D7163FF930A25753C1A965958260 Frederic B. Withington, Jr.] (Harvard) — Headmaster at Morgan Park Academy and Friends Academy, Principal at Sidwell Friends School; Distinguished Flying Cross, "Flight to Black Hammer"
* '74 [http://www.emerson.edu/emersontoday/index.cfm?action=3&articleID=2118&editionID=213 Christine Hughes] (Dartmouth) — VP and General Counsel of Emerson College; counsel for Harvard and U Washington
* '74 [http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/bschqna/bsqna2.htm Marie Mookini] (Stanford) — Director of Undergraduate admissions at Stanford and MBA Admissions at Stanford GSB
* '85 [http://www.accessmba.com/mba-info/executive-mba/interviews/interview-with-arnold-longboy/ Arnold L. Longboy] (Hamilton) — Director of Corporate Relations at U Chicago School of Business

Law and business

* '31 [http://www.jfklibrary.org/Historical+Resources/Archives/Archives+and+Manuscripts/fa_jamieson.htm Ronald B. Jamieson] (Harvard) — Emeritus Lecturer of Law at U Washington who certified United States presidential election, 1960 for Kennedy after close recounts, cited in Bush v. Gore decision [ [http://www.leinsdorf.com/how_kennedy_won_hawaii.htm How Kennedy Won Hawaii ] ] [ [http://www.law.harvard.edu/alumni/bulletin/2005/fall/memoriam.php HLS: Alumni Bulletin: In Memoriam ] ] [ [http://hnn.us/blogs/archives/2/2004/10/ History News Network ] ]
* '54 [http://www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/faculty_staff/seto.cfm Robert M. Seto] (Saint Louis U) — Emeritus Professor of Law at Regent University, federal patent and contracts judge
* '60 [https://gsbapps.stanford.edu/facultybios/biomain.asp?id=08036402 Evan L. Porteus] (Claremont) — Endowed Professor of Business at Stanford, "Foundations of stochastic inventory theory"
* '61 William Ouchi (Williams) — Endowed Professor of Business at UCLA, U Chicago, and Stanford, "Theory Z" and "Making Schools Work", Chief of Staff of LA Mayor Richard Riordan
* '70 [http://www.law.ucla.edu/home/index.asp?page=439 Taimie L. Bryant] (Bryn Mawr) — Professor of Law at UCLA, animal rights leader with Bob Barker funding, involved in foie gras controversy
* '70 [http://www.law.berkeley.edu/faculty/profiles/facultyProfile.php?facID=91 Andrea L. Peterson] (Stanford) — Professor of Law at UC Berkeley
* '72 [http://www.law.berkeley.edu/faculty/profiles/facultyProfile.php?facID=180 Linda Hamilton Krieger] (Stanford) — Professor of Law at UC Berkeley, "Reinterpreting Disability Rights"
* '74 [http://law.usc.edu/contact/contactInfo.cfm?detailID=343 Warren R. Loui] (MIT) — Professor of Law at USC
* '82 [http://www.law.berkeley.edu/faculty/profiles/facultyProfile.php?facID=301 Ian Haney-Lopez] (Washington STL) — Professor of Law at UC Berkeley, "The Chicano Fight for Justice" and "The Legal Construction of Race"

cience

* '33* Daniel F. Rex (MIT) — Lieutenant Commander at ONR and NCAR, "Mount Rex (Antarctica)," "Troposphere and Stratosphere" (attended 1929-30) [See Mount Rex article] [The computer: from Pascal to von Neumann, by Herman H. Goldstine, p. 329, Princeton University Press, 1993] [http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&lr=&safe=off&q=df+rex]
* '42* John Killeen (Berkeley) — Emeritus Professor of Physics at UC Davis, founding director of National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center, "Computational Methods for Kinetic Models of Magnetically Confined Plasmas" [ [http://units.aps.org/units/dcomp/News/newslett_1992_fall.pdf Founding] ] [ [http://registrar.ucdavis.edu/UCDWebCatalog00_02/Programs/ead/frame.htm Emeritus Professor] ] [ [http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/news/casalary/uc?Submit=Page&agency=UC&otmax=&o=1750&term=&sort=&ord= Los Alamos Affiliation] ] (attended 1934-36)
* '42* Lawrence P. Richards (Berkeley) — Emeritus Professor of Biology at Eastern Michigan University, also Idaho State and U Arizona (attended 1936-40) [ [http://www.culver.org/alumni/alumnipublications/mag2003/april/KL%205542%2033-52.pdf KL 5542 Alumni Magazine (xx-56) ] ]
* '54* [http://www.geology.smu.edu/~vineyard/holdaway.html Michael J. Holdaway] (Yale) — Emeritus Professor of Geology at Southern Methodist University; "holdawayite" in List of minerals F-J (complete) (attended 1943-48) [ [http://ammin.geoscienceworld.org/cgi/reprint/87/4/373.pdf American Mineralogist - Sign In Page ] ]
* '54 [http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/staff/cvs/steadman_cv.htm David W. Steadman] (Harvard) — Director of Art and Natural History Museums, expert on birds and extinctions, e.g. IMAX film "Galapagos"
* '61 [http://www.vims.edu/fish/faculty/austin_hm.html Herbert M. Austin] (Grove City) — Professor of Marine Biology at William & Mary
* '64 [http://www.upress.virginia.edu/books/lawrence.HTM Henry W. Lawrence, Jr.] (Yale) — Professor of Geosciences at Edinboro University, "City Trees"
* '64 Lynn A. Sherretz (St. Olaf) — Chief Meteorologist at NOAA, "Preliminary Study of Ocean Waves" [ [http://www-sdd.fsl.noaa.gov/FIR_01_02/FIR_01_02_AD.html FSL in Review 2001 - 2002 ] ]
* '66 [http://www.cellbio.duke.edu/faculty/research/Bennett.html J. Vann Bennett] (Stanford) — Endowed Professor of Cell Biology, Biochemistry, and Neuroscience at Duke University [ [http://www.biochem.duke.edu/faculty/vann-bennett Vann Bennett ] ]
* '69 [http://www-biology.ucsd.edu/faculty/newport.html John W. Newport] (Reed) — Professor of Cell Biology at UCSD [ [http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20060117/news_1m17newport.html John Newport, 54; cell biologist known for innovative work | The San Diego Union-Tribune ] ]
* '71 [http://fds.duke.edu/db/aas/Biology/marcy Marcy Uyenoyama] (Stanford) — Professor of Biology at Duke
* '71 [http://www.patentstorm.us/inventors/Howard_W__Walker-851334.html Howard W. Walker] (UH) — Naval research chemist, seven patents on silicon processes
* '74 [http://www.sfos.uaf.edu/people/profile.php?uid=3040 Shannon Crowell Atkinson] (UH) — Professor of Marine Biology at U Alaska, Director of Alaska SeaLife Center
* '74 [http://www.slu.edu/colleges/AS/physics/profs/thacker.html William D. Thacker] (MIT) — Professor of Physics at Saint Louis University
* '79 [http://www.whoi.edu/oceanus/viewArticle.do?id=5418&archives=true Laura S. L. Kong] (Brown) — Director of International Tsunami Information Center
* '79 [http://www.lci.kent.edu/PI/SelingerJ.htm Jonathan V. Selinger] (Harvard) — Ohio Eminent Scholar and Professor of Chemical Physics at Kent State University

Logic, philosophy, mathematics, computing and engineering

* '59* [http://www.u.arizona.edu/~harnish/ Robert M. Harnish] (Berkeley) — Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Arizona, twenty books, including "Linguistics" and "Minds, Brains, Computers" [ [http://www.u.arizona.edu/~harnish Philosophy Department - Faculty ] ] (attended 1954-57)
* '62 [http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=352138&dl=&coll= John Stephen Walther] (MIT) — Hewlett Packard developer of CORDIC
* '63 [http://www.zoominfo.com/Search/PersonDetail.aspx?PersonID=2243723 Stephen R. Olson] (Annapolis) — Director at Raytheon, "Modeling and Simulation in Systems Engineering" (see Systems Engineering references)
* '65 [http://al.nd.edu/resources-for/faculty-and-staff/faculty-list/bio/ljoy/ Lynn Sumida Joy] (Harvard/Radcliffe) — Professor of Philosophy at Notre Dame, book on Pierre Gassendi
* '69 [http://philosophy.fas.nyu.edu/object/johnrichardson John P. Richardson, Jr.] (Harvard) — Professor of Philosophy at NYU, four books including "Nietzsche"
* '72 [http://marauder.millersville.edu/~bikenaga/index.html Bruce M. Ikenaga] (MIT) — Professor of Mathematics at Case Western and Millersville University
* '72 [http://people.llnl.gov/kale1 Patricia Sullivan Kale] (Berkeley) — Lawrence Livermore computer scientist, one of the many co-authors of "Finished Sequence of the Human Genome", "Nature (journal)" [http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v431/n7011/extref/nature03001-s1.doc]
* '72 [http://www.ece.uiuc.edu/faculty/profile.asp?loui Michael C. Loui] (Yale) — IEEE Fellow, Professor of Computer Engineering at U Illinois
* '72 [http://www.ieeeboston.org/fellows/fellows_05.htm Phillip M. Smith] (Cornell) — IEEE Fellow, Director and Engineering Fellow at BAE Systems
* '74 [http://johnbear.net/ John Bear] (New Mexico) — SRI International computational linguist
* '81 [http://www.patentstorm.us/inventors/Robert_C__Zak,_Jr_-1454617.html Robert C. Zak, Jr.] (MIT) — patent holder on variable-refresh DRAM, other computing architectures
* '82 [http://www.cs.umd.edu/~tseng/ Chau Wen Tseng] (Harvard) — Professor of Computer Science at U Maryland
* '89 [http://www.soe.ucsc.edu/~herbie/ Herbie K. H. Lee III] (Yale) — Professor of Statistics at UC Santa Cruz, "Multiscale Modeling" and "Bayesian Nonparametrics"

ocial science

* '23 [http://www.anthrosource.net/doi/abs/10.1525/aa.2001.103.2.510 Laura M. Thompson] (Mills) — Anthropologist who taught at UNC, NC State, CCNY, CUNY, SIU, SFU, and UH; Malinowski Award and honorary LLD from Mills College, "Toward a Science of Mankind" and "Secret of Culture," spouse of Indian Affairs Commissioner John Collier (reformer)
* '31*(?) Paul Linebarger, a.k.a. Cordwainer Smith — Instructor in Government at Harvard, Professor of Political Science at Duke and Johns Hopkins, fifteen books of science fiction, five nonfiction works including "Psychological Warfare", Bronze Star, Army Major, helped form Office of War Information, advisor to CIA and John Kennedy, buried at Arlington National Cemetery (attended 1919-20) [ [http://www.ulmus.net/ace/csmith/linebargerbiography.html Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger ( Cordwainer Smith ) Biographical Summary, Brief Biography by Alan C. Elms ] ]
* '43 Joyce Lebra Chapman (Minnesota) — Fulbright Scholar, Emerita Professor of History at Colorado, nine books on women and Asia
* '62 [http://www.arts.usyd.edu.au/departs/japanese/staff/profiles/tipton.shtml Elise Kurashige Tipton] (Wellesley) — Professor and Chair of Japanese Studies, University of Sydney (Australia), "Modern Japan", "Japanese Police State", etc.
* '63 [http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/ht/37.4/contributors.html Jonathan M. Chu] (Penn) — Fulbright Scholar, Professor of History at U Massachusetts Boston, "Neighbors, Friends, or Madmen"
* '63 [http://www.springerlink.com/content/u6573546wj60p213/ Chalsa M. Loo] (Berkeley) — Professor of Psychology at UC Santa Cruz, "Chinatown"
* '63 [http://www.bu.edu/polisci/people/faculty/rossell/rossell.html Christine Hamilton Rossell] (UCLA) — Endowed Professor of Political Science, Boston University, five books including "School Desegregation in the 21st Century"
* '65 [http://www.nah.uiuc.edu/faculty-Hoxie.htm Frederick E. Hoxie] (Amherst) — Endowed Professor of History at U Illinois, twenty books on Native American peoples
* '66 [http://content.apa.org/journals/bul/84/1/1.pdf Ellen Lenney] (UH) — Professor of Psychology at U Maine Orono, early researcher on gender roles, oft cited, e.g., "Women Don't Ask"
* '68 [http://www.nd.edu/~candk/people/cummings.htm E. Mark Cummings III] (Johns Hopkins) — Endowed Chair in Psychology at Notre Dame U, five books on child development
* '68 Patrick Vinton Kirch (Penn) — Endowed Professor of Anthropology at UC Berkeley, elected to American Philosophical Society, nine books on oceanic and Polynesian prehistory
* '68 [http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~roos/ Patricia A. Roos] (UC Davis) — Professor of Sociology at Rutgers, "Explaining Women's Inroads into Male Occupations," and "Gender and Work", VP of American Sociological Association
* '70 [http://weber.ucsd.edu/~jmoore/ James J. Moore] (Stanford) — Professor of Anthropology at UCSD
* '78 [http://ias.berkeley.edu/general/deanbio.html John (Jae Hoon) Lie] (Harvard) — Endowed Professor of Sociology at UC Berkeley and U Illinois, Dean of International Studies, six books on Korea, Japan, and two textbooks on sociology
* '83 [http://eh.net/directory/entry/4865 Jennifer Hickson Frankl] (Princeton) — Professor of Economics at Williams College
*'84 [http://www.okstate.edu/education/graduatestudies/sahepdegreesheets/PHD_CounsPsych.pdf Hugh C. Crethar] (University of Oklahoma) Associate Professor of Counseling and Counseling Psychology at Oklahoma State University. Author of [http://books.apa.org/books.cfm?id=4317133&toc=yes Inclusive Cultural Empathy: Making Relationships Central in Counseling and Psychotherapy]
* '89 [http://www.ethnicstudies.ucsd.edu/html/imada.html Adria L. Imada] (Yale) — Professor of Ethnic Studies at UCSD

Arts and humanities

* '55 [http://www.holycross.edu/departments/crec/website/elizabeth_johns.htm Elizabeth Bennett Johns] (Birmingham-Southern) — Emerita Professor of Art History at Penn, Pitt, Maryland, and Holy Cross; Guggenheim Fellow; books on Thomas Eakins and Winslow Homer
* '57 [http://129.81.224.10/art/people_faculty.cfm Arthur H. Okazaki] (Swarthmore) — Chair in Fine Arts and Endowed Professor of Fine Art Photography at Tulane
* '60 [http://www.nndb.com/people/775/000120415/ Marilyn Wong-Gleysteen] (Mt. Holyoke) — Professor of Art History at Columbia
* '68 [http://www.cornellcollege.edu/faculty/lhankins.shtml Leslie K. Hankins] (Duke) — Professor of English at Cornell College, "Virginia Woolf and the Arts"
* '70 [http://www.robertspitzer.org/ Robert J. Spitzer] (Gonzaga) — President of Gonzaga College, books on ethics, leadership, and religion
* '73 [http://media.www.dailynebraskan.com/media/storage/paper857/news/2000/08/24/Arts/Unl-Professor.CoAuthors.Renowned.Art.History.Book-1732591.shtml Christin J. Mamiya] (Yale) — Endowed Professor of Art History at U Nebraska, current edition of "Gardner's Art Through the Ages"
* '73 [http://www2.music.ubc.ca/grad/grad_roeder.html John B. Roeder] (Harvard) — Professor of Music at U British Columbia (Canada)
* '76 [http://babel.massart.edu/~joewood/MTL/folks/csnfrd/csnfrdhome.htm Claire C. Sanford] (California Arts) — Metals Faculty at Massachusetts College of Art
* '78 [http://www.lecturelist.org/content/view_speaker/98 Gwen Griffith-Dickson] (London) — Chair in Divinity and Gresham Professor of Divinity at Gresham College (UK), "The Philosophy of Religion"
* '82 [http://cas.uchicago.edu/workshops/poetry/selinger.htm Eric Selinger] (Harvard) — Professor of English at DePaul University
* '89 [http://www.unr.edu/cla/fll/weinstein.htm Valerie Weinstein] (Harvard) — Professor of German at University of Nevada, Reno

Civil rights leaders

* 1859 Samuel C. Armstrong (Williams) — defeated Pickett's Charge at Battle of Gettysburg and commanded 8th U.S. Colored Troops, founding president of Hampton University and mentor of Booker T. Washington, honorary LLD from Harvard; subject of "Educating the Disenfranchised" and "Armstrong: A Biographical Study"; "Armstrong High School (Richmond, VA)"
* '14 Elbert Tuttle (Cornell) — Chief Judge of US Court of Appeals 1954-68 appointed by Dwight Eisenhower, leader of the Fifth Circuit Four ruling on Southern desegregation cases, Presidential Medal of Freedom, honorary LLD from Harvard, subject of book "Unlikely Heroes," inductee of "Civil Rights Walk of Fame (Atlanta)", oldest serving federal judge at 98, Brigadier General, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and Legion of Merit, "Elbert Parr Tuttle US Court of Appeals" and Anti Defamation League's "Elbert P. Tuttle Jurisprudence Award"
* '29* John W. Gardner (Stanford) — subject of PBS documentary "Uncommon American", Presidential Medal of Freedom, Secretary of HEW 1965-68 under Lyndon Johnson, launched Medicare, Common Cause, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Urban Coalition, Model UN, and White House Fellows Program, Marine Corps Captain at Office of Strategic Services, head of Carnegie Foundation, Professor at Mount Holyoke College and Stanford, offered Robert Kennedy's vacated Senate seat (declined), author of seven books including speeches and papers of John F. Kennedy, "John W. Gardner Center (Stanford University)" and "John W. Gardner Leadership Award" (attended 1920-22)

Other elected representatives, government appointees, judges

US Congressional representatives

* 1889 Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaokinaole (St. Matthews) — Hawaiian prince, Delegate to the US House of Representatives from Hawaii 1903–22
* 1891* Henry Alexander Baldwin (MIT) — Republican Delegate to US Congress from Hawaii 1921–23 (attended 1886-88)
* 1892 Hiram Bingham (Yale) — Republican US Senator from Connecticut 1924-33, discoverer of Machu Picchu, lecturer at Harvard and Princeton, Professor of History at Yale, buried at Arlington National Cemetery, possible inspiration for Indiana Jones
* '15 Joseph Farrington (Wisconsin) — Republican US Congressman from Hawaii 1943-54
* '39* Otis Pike (Princeton) — Democratic US Congressman from New York 1961-79, decorated USMC World War II pilot, known for work on environment, Pike Committee investigations of Richard Nixon's intelligence abuses, "Otis G. Pike Wilderness Area (Long Island, NY)" (attended 1927-29)
* '79 Barack Obama, Jr. (Columbia) — 2008 Democratic nominee for United States President, Democratic US Senator from Illinois 2004-present, lecturer at U Chicago Law School, two bestselling books, Grammy Award winner

Presidential appointees

* 1864 Sanford Dole (Williams) — appointed first Territorial Governor of Hawaii and Federal Judge by William McKinley
* '33 [http://starbulletin.com/2006/02/26/news/story02.html Samuel P. King] (Yale) — appointed Federal Judge by Richard Nixon
* '47 [http://www.dcappeals.gov/dccourts/docs/DCCA_Bio_Steadman.pdf John M. Steadman] (Yale) — appointed DC Appeals Federal Judge by Ronald Reagan
* '50 [http://www.kycbs.net/CV05-00030-Witness-Kay-Alan.htm Alan C. Kay] (Princeton) — appointed Federal Judge by Ronald Reagan, ruled on Hawaiian schools admission policies
* '62 Wendy Lee Gramm (Wellesley) — Head of Commodity Futures Trading Commission for Ronald Reagan, his "favorite economist", disgraced Enron board member, spouse of Texas Republican Senator Phil Gramm
* '62 [http://www.textron.com/about/leadership/corp_management/bios/odonnell_terrence.jsp Terrence O'Donnell] (Air Force Academy) — Deputy Special Assistant to Richard Nixon and Special Assistant to Gerald Ford, General Counsel, Department of Defense, Executive VP of Textron
* '65 [http://starbulletin.com/2000/01/18/news/story2.html Robert G. Klein] (Stanford) — Hawaii Supreme Court Judge appointed Federal Judge by William Clinton (withdrawn)
* '68 [http://www.defenselink.mil/policy/sections/leadership/pdusdp/henry_biography.html Christopher Ryan Henry] (Annapolis) — VP of Science Applications International Corporation and Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for George W. Bush
* '75 [http://www.forbes.com/markets/2008/01/04/silberman-strayer-education-markets-face-cx_ml_0104autofacescan02.html?partner=links Robert Stephen Silberman] (Dartmouth) — Assistant Secretary of the Army for George W. Bush, President of CalEnergy and Strayer Education, CEO of Morningstar [ [http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS139743+04-Jan-2008+PRN20080104 Morningstar Selects Robert S. Silberman of Strayer Education, Inc. as its 2007 CEO... | Reuters ] ] [ [http://projects.washingtonpost.com/post200/2006/executives-by-salary/ Top 100 Executives by Salary | 2006 | Post 200 | washingtonpost.com ] ] [ [http://www.covantaholding.com/site/management/robert-s-silberman.html Covanta Energy | Executive Officers | Robert S. Silberman,
Director
]
]

Other representatives and appointees

* '05 Lawrence M. Judd (Penn) — Seventh Territorial Governor of Hawaii
* '23 Rhoda V. Lewis (Stanford) — early woman state Supreme Court Judge considered for federal bench according to "Time" magazine, "Her honor takes the bench" [ [http://womenslegalhistory.stanford.edu/papers06/LewisRhodaV-li-pitsch06.pdf A forgotten hero of Hawaii] , by Molly Pietsch, Women's Legal History Papers at Stanford, 2006.] [ [http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,839164-1,00.html Her Honor Takes the Bench] , "Time" magazine, January 29, 1965.]
* '54 Patricia Hudson Birdsall — Councilwoman, served as Mayor of Temecula 1992 and 1997, "Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park (Temecula, CA)" named for her [ [http://www.nctimes.com/articles/2006/08/27/news/californian/21_08_588_26_06.txt 'First Lady of Temecula' Pat Birdsall dies] , by John Hunneman, "The Californian", August 26, 2006.]
* '56* Jana Gilpin Haehl (San Francisco) — Mayor of Corte Madera 1975-1979, environmental activist, member of Barbara Boxer's staff (attended 1947-49) [ [http://www.co.marin.ca.us/pos/MCOSD/Comments/Marin%20Conservation%20League.pdf (president of Marin Conservation League)] ] [ [http://www.marinij.com/fastsearchresults//ci_4930996 (refers to Mayorship)] ] [ [http://marinnostalgia.org/jana.html (biography)] ]
* '57 Henry S. Richmond (Williams) — US Consul General for Durban (Saudi Arabia) and Nagoya (Japan) [ [http://www.sociedadesoffshore.com/inmigracion/embajadas_mundo.pdf Key Officers List ] ] [ [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1052/is_n11_v116/ai_17603624/pg_4 Japan's public works market: new challenges and opportunities - includes related article on the 1994 US-Japan Public Works Agreement | Business America | Find Articles at BNET.com ] ] [ [http://www.thulathula.com/english/comments.htm Thulathula guests comments ] ]
* '59* David A. Pabst (Dartmouth) — US Consul General for Osaka-Kobe (Japan) (attended 1954-56) [ [http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=990CE6DF103CF932A15752C0A963958260&sec=&spon=&pagewanted=2 QUAKE IN JAPAN: IN OSAKA; Osaka Shelters Victims and Fears Similar Fate - New York Times ] ] [ [http://a257.g.akamaitech.net/7/257/2422/%2005oct20051114/www.gpoaccess.gov/plumbook/1996/ag209.html Plum Book: 1996 Edition: Department of State ] ]
* '61 Peter J. Levinson (Brandeis) — US House of Representatives Legal Counsel, majority counsel during impeachment of Bill Clinton [ [http://commdocs.house.gov/committees/judiciary/hju63850.000/hju63850_0.HTM Reauthorization of the Independent Counsel Statute, Part II ] ] [ [http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p_mla_apa_research_citation/0/9/8/2/4/p98249_index.html Shaping U. S. Refugee Policy: The Unique Role of the House Judiciary Committee ] ] [http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/research/cornell-law-review/upload/Legomsky_Cornell_Law_Review_91_2.pdf]
* '62 [http://www.metrokc.gov/elections/pamphlet/pamphlet.aspx?cid=17167&eid=1214 Ronald E. Cox] (West Point) — Presiding Chief Judge, Washington State Court of Appeals [ [http://www.courts.wa.gov/court_dir/?fa=court_dir.persondetail&indid=1013&orgid=121 Washington Courts ] ]
* '64 Jonathan Jay Healy (Williams) — Massachusetts state legislator and State Commissioner of Food and Agriculture [ [http://sustainablewoods.net/NetworkGroup.aspx?GroupID=16&GroupPage=4 Massachusetts Woodlands Cooperative - Network Group - Sustainable Woods Network ] ] [ [http://www.naae.org/about/newsandviews/5_99/Page2.html News & Views, May 1999, Page 2 ] ]
* '64* James F. Lawrence (Jr.?) [ [http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/09/23/AR2006092300810.html James F. Lawrence; Won Navy Cross in Korean War - washingtonpost.com ] ] (North Carolina) — Department of State Director of Weapons Removal and Abatement (attended 1960-63) [ [http://maic.jmu.edu/Journal/9.1/Focus/davis/davis.htm Engaging Civil Society Through Public-Private Partnerships, by Stacy Davis and James Lawrence (9.1) ] ]
* '75 Mary Fairhurst (Gonzaga) — Justice of Washington State Supreme Court
* '76 David Jesmer (West Point) — US Embassy Military Attache to Syria [ [http://www.state.gov/outofdate/bgn/s/35817.htm Syria (10/03) ] ] [ [http://open-site.org/Regional/Middle_East/Syria/Transnational_Issues/United_States_Relations Open Site - Regional: Middle East: Syria: Transnational Issues: United States Relations ] ]
* '9? E. Peter Giambastiani III (Annapolis) — chief policy advisor to Republican US Congressman Jeff Miller from Florida (son [ [http://www.nndb.com/people/205/000129815/ Edmund P. Giambastiani, Jr ] ] of Edmund Giambastiani II, Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff) [ [http://www.legistorm.com/trip/traveler/7542/Edmund_P_Giambastiani_III.html Congressional Staffer Edmund P Giambastiani III - Privately Financed Travel ] ] [ [http://www.usni.org/about/EditorialBoardBios.asp Editorial Board Bios - U.S. Naval Institute ] ]

Military leaders and heroes

Army

* '05 Paul Withington (Harvard) — MD in World War I, Silver Star, Legion of Merit, and French Croix de Guerre, U Wisconsin football coach and college quarterback
* '13 Farrant Turner — Lieutenant Colonel first in command of U.S. 100th Infantry Battalion Nisei, [ [http://www.katonk.com/442nd/442/page2.html 442ND Go for Broke ] ] [ [http://starbulletin.com/2004/09/27/news/story1.html Honolulu Star-Bulletin Hawaii News ] ] [ [http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2007/Jun/17/ln/ln01a.html Timeline of AJAs joining World War II fight - "The Honolulu Advertiser"] ] unsuccessful Republican candidate for Governor of Hawaii in 1958. ["John A. Burns: The Man and His Times" by Dan Boylan, T. Michael Holmes, Published 2000 University of Hawaii Press.]
* '14* Edward W. Timberlake (West Point) — Brigadier General commanded 49th AAA at Omaha Beach and Battle of the Bulge ["A Time for Trumpets: The Untold Story of the Battle of the Bulge" by Charles B. MacDonald, Bantam Books, 1985] [ [http://www.6juin1944.com/assaut/omaha/page.php?page=29 D-Day : Normandie 1944 - L'assaut sur OMAHA Beach ] ] [Understanding Change, M.A. Thesis at The Ohio State University, by Bryon E. Greenwald, M.A., 2003] (attended 1910-13)
* '20* Russell "Red" Reeder, Jr. (West Point) — Colonel and Regiment leader at Utah Beach on D-Day, Distinguished Service Cross, "West Point Distinguished Graduate", thirty-five books including "The Long Gray Line" (ghost writer), "Born at Reveille" (autobiography), and the "Clint Lane stories" [THE LIVES THEY LIVED: Russell P. (Red) Reeder; Born at Reveille, New York Times, Michael Winerip, January 3, 1999] [See US Military Academy] [ [http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9C04E7DB1631F932A35750C0A96E958260&sec=&spon=&pagewanted=print Russell Reeder, 95, Leader In Invasion on D-Day, Dies] By Richard Goldstein, "New York Times", March 1, 1998] (attended 1916-17)
* '22* [http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/dpbooth.htm Donald Prentice Booth] (West Point) — High Commissioner of Okinawa 1958-61, Lieutenant General, Commander of Fourth United States Army, Persian Gulf Commander, buried at Arlington National Cemetery [See High Commissioner#United States] [ [http://www.usace.army.mil/publications/eng-pamphlets/ep870-1-42/c-5-1.pdf The Persian Gulf Command: Lifeline to the Soviet Union] , by Frank N. Schubert] (attended 1912-17)
* '22* Walter M. Johnson (West Point) — Brigadier General, commanded 117th infantry in Battle of Normandy, a unit known as "The Workhorse of the Western Front" and "Roosevelt's SS Troops" (reorganized as 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment) [ [http://www.nrhc.org/history/WalterJohnson.html General Walter M. Johnson ] ] [ [http://www.army.mil/cmh/documents/ETO-OB/30id-eto.htm 30th Infantry Division ] ] [Men of Steel: The 1st SS Panzer Corps in the Ardennes and on the Eastern Front, By Michael Reynolds, De Capo Press, 1999] ["The Bitter Woods: The Battle of the Bulge" by John S. D. Eisenhower, Putnam's Sons, 1969] (attended 1911-15)
* '23 Archie Chun-Ming (Columbia) — World War II Lieutenant Colonel in Army Medical Corps, Bronze Star [ [http://hml.org/mmhc/mdindex/chunming.html Archie Chun-Ming ] ] ["This Grim and Savage Game: The OSS and U.S. Convert Operations in World War II" by Tom Moon, De Capo Press, 2000.] ["OSS Medical Intelligence in the Mediterranean:A Brief History" by Dr. Jonathan Clemente, in Journal of Intelligence History 2:1, 2002]
* '28* Stephen O. Fuqua, Jr. (West Point) — Brigadier General, Director at Bureau of International Security Affairs, son of Stephen O. Fuqua, Chief of Infantry [ [http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,732215,00.html General Managers] , "Time" magazine, April 08, 1929] ["Uncovering Ways of War: U.S. Intelligence and Foreign Military Innovation" ... by Thomas Gilbert Mahnken, Cornell U Press, 2002] [ [http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ho/frus/kennedyjf/xviii/26202.htm 153. Memorandum From Stephen O. Fuqua of the Bureau of International Security Affairs, Department of Defense, to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs (Sloan)] ,Washington, February 8, 1963. Washington National Records Center, RG 330, OASD/ISA Files: FRC 67 A 4564, Iraq 000.1--1963. Secret. Drafted by Colonel Preble.] (attended 1921-24)
* '29 Alex Earl McKenzie (USC) — Lieutenant Colonel, commanded 442nd Regimental Combat Team (United States) Nisei, the "Purple Heart Battalion" [ [http://www.katonk.com/442nd/442/listing.html History 442nd RCT] , from "AMERICANS: The story of the 442nd Combat Team", by Orville C. Shirey, Infantry Journal Press, 1946. ] [http://www.custermen.com/ItalyWW2/Units/442RCT.html The History of the 442nd Combat Team ] ]
* '31 John Alexander Johnson (UH) — Major, commanded company of U.S. 100th Infantry Battalion Nisei, Killed in Action at Cassino, "John A. Johnson Hall (University of Hawaii)" [ [http://libweb.hawaii.edu/names/johnson.html Johnson Hall | Building Names | University of Hawaii at Manoa ] ]
* '33 Stanley R. Larsen (West Point) — Major General, commanded 8th Infantry Division 1962-64, commanded I Field Force, Vietnam 1966-67, featured in book "Touched with Fire: the Land War" and author of US Army text, "Allied Participation in Vietnam" [ [http://www.amazon.com/gp/reader/0140246967?p=S02E&checkSum=cXaiJcIWf8h0RsLpTeXUQGs9k8lzUjVsZGG%2B6b0cJM0%3D "Touched with Fire: The Land War in the South Pacific"] , byEric M. Bergerud, Penguin, 1997.] [ [http://www.army.mil/cmh/books/Vietnam/allied/ "Allied Participation in Vietnam"] , by Lieutenant General Stanley Robert Larsen and Brigadier General James Lawton Collins, Jr., DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY WASHINGTON, D.C. 1985]
* '34 Benjamin Franklin Dillingham II (Harvard) — Lieutenant Colonel, Bronze Star in World War II, unsuccessful Republican candidate for US Senator from Hawaii [ [http://starbulletin.com/98/10/21/news/obits.html Ben Dillingham, 82, was Hawaii GOP leader] , by Helen Altonn, "Star-Bulletin", October 21, 1998]
* '35 Richard P. Scott (West Point) — Brigadier General and Commandant of Cadets, West Point US Military Academy [ [http://www.historyforsale.com/html/prodetails.asp?bw=1&documentid=171643 R. SCOTT Autograph ] ] [ [http://www.historyforsale.com/html/prodetails.asp?bw=0&documentid=171676 R. SCOTT Autograph ] ] [ [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0724770/ "Toast of the Town" Episode #19.36 (1966) ] ]
* '35 Francis B. Wai (UCLA) — Captain in World War II, Medal of Honor for actions in Battle of Leyte Gulf, Killed in Action
* '38 George Cantlay (West Point) — Deputy Chairman of NATO Military Committee, Lieutenant General, commanded 2nd Armored Division, Silver Star, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, four Legion of Merit, Distinguished Service Medal, and Defense Distinguished Service Medal [ [http://starbulletin.com/98/09/15/news/story3.html Hawaii man named Army vice chief of staff] , by Gregg Kakesako, "Honolulu Star Bulletin", September 15, 1998] [ [http://www.1id.army.mil/bigredone/commandteam/former/ADC/Cantlay,%20Gerorge%20G.htm General George B. Cantlay ] ]
* '38 Frederick A. Schaefer, III (Cornell) — Brigadier General, Distinguished Service Cross with 25th Infantry Division ("Tropic Lightning") at Battle of Guadalcanal [ [http://starbulletin.com/2004/07/06/news/story6.html Decorated World War II vet was 1938 Punahou grad] , by Sally Apgar, "Honolulu Star Bulletin", July 6, 2004]
* '38 Thurston Twigg-Smith (Yale) — Lieutenant Colonel in National Guard Artillery, Bronze Star, leading critic of Hawaiian sovereignty movement
* '60 Peter E. Gleszer (West Point) — Captain in Vietnam War, Bronze Star (heroism), 25th Infantry Division [ [http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/rmgleszer.htm (reference in father's obituary)] ] [http://www.25thida.com/TLN/tln3-29.htm Tropic Lightning News 3:29] , July 15, 1968]
* '64 Michael G. MacLaren (West Point) — Colonel in Gulf War, "The New Yorker"'s testifier of "turkey shoot" [ [http://www.polyconomics.com/sy.html What happened in the final days of the Gulf War?] by Seymour Hersh, May 22, 2000]
* '66* George Barnett Forsythe (West Point) — Colonel, Current Academic Dean of West Point US Military Academy (attended 63-65) [ [http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9E0DE0DA143CF93BA35756C0A9629C8B63&n=Top/Reference/Times%20Topics/Organizations/U/United%20States%20Military%20Academy West Point Is Scouted As a Model For Kabul] , "New York Times", May 8, 2004] [ [http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4543320 West Point Curriculum Adjusts to Terror Threat] , by Robert Smith, National Public Radio, March 19. 2005] [ [http://chronicle.com/subscribe/login?url=/weekly/v50/i27/27a03902.htm U.S. Helps Afghanistan Develop Its Own Military Academy] , by Daniel del Castillo, "The Chronicle of Higher Education", March 12, 2004]
* '72 [http://www.jcs.mil/bios/bio_topic.html George L. Topic] (Claremont) — Major and Department of Army Inspector General, Deputy Director at Joint Chiefs of Staff
* '74 Thomas D. Farrell (UH) — Colonel in Army Intelligence, Bronze Star and Legion of Merit during Operation Iraqi Freedom [http://www.farrell-hawaii.com/index.php?page=AboutUs (autobiographical)] [ [http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2007/Feb/06/op/FP702060312.html Watada wasn't asked to commit unlawful acts] , by Col. Thomas D. Farrell (contains bio)]

Navy

* '25* Frederick M. Reeder (Annapolis) — Rear Admiral, directed Naval Flight School (attended 1916-23)
* '29* Gordon Chung-Hoon (Annapolis) — Rear Admiral, USS Arizona (BB-39) survivor, Commanded World War II destroyer USS Sigsbee (DD-502), Silver Star and Navy Cross, destroyer USS Chung-Hoon (DDG-93), Sports Illustrated featured football star (attended 1923-28)
* '58 Robert T. Guard (USC) — commanded swiftboat and USS Esteem (AM-438) aggressive minesweeper, Bronze Star
* '65 Christopher H. Johnson (Stanford) — commanded USS Vandegrift (FFG-48) escort frigate
* '69 Thomas G. Kyle (Stanford) — commanded USS Puffer (SSN-652) attack submarine, investigated Ehime Maru and USS Greeneville collision
* '76 Dennis A. Schulz (Marquette) — commanded Tactical Air Group One

Marines

* '37 Ross T. Dwyer (Stanford) — Major General, Commanded 1st Marine Division and I Marine Amphibious Force, USMC Aide to Secretary of the Navy, Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star
* '50 Wallace M. Greene III (Annapolis) — Lieutenant Colonel and author, son of Commandant of the Marine Corps Wallace M. Greene, Jr.
* '61 [http://dsf.chesco.org/heroes/mcmullen/mcmullen.htm Gene Smedley McMullen] (Penn State) — Lieutenant Killed in Action in Vietnam

Air Force

* '28 [http://www.af.mil/bios/bio.asp?bioID=7536 Benjamin Jepson Webster] (West Point) — Lieutenant General, Commander of Allied Airforces, Southern Europe (AIRSOUTH)
* '30 [http://www.af.mil/bios/bio.asp?bioID=7261 Charles Barnard Stewart] (West Point) — Brigadier General, Legion of Merit, vice commander of Air Force Special Weapons Center (Kirtland Air Force Base), director at Atomic Energy Commission
* '35* William Brewster Morgan (Columbia) — Eagle Squadron pilot, subject of movie, "The Great Escape," Commander of Hawaii National Guard (attended 1925-30) [ [http://www.eaglesquadrons.com/cpg132/thumbnails.php?album=213 (photograph)] ] [ [http://www.334theaglesquadron.com/portal/page_display.asp?pid=1 334th Eagle Squadron ] ] [ [http://www.littlefriends.co.uk/gallery.php?Group=4&Style=item&origStyle=list&Item=179&Temp=1873&searchString= (photograph)] ]
* '40* [http://www.af.mil/bios/bio.asp?bioID=4953 Ben Cassiday, Jr.] (West Point) — Brigadier General and Commandant of AFROTC, Silver Star (attended 1934-36)
* '59* Karl Polifka, Jr. — Deputy Director of Intelligence US Central Command, Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, son of Karl "Pop" Polifka, pioneer in air reconnaissance (attended 1954-58)
* '61 [http://www.ngb.army.mil/ngbgomo/library/bio/tice_mh.htm Michael H. Tice] (Oregon) — Major General Commanded 154th Wing
* '66* Gregory S. Martin (Air Force Academy) — General and Commander at Wright-Patterson AFB, Commander of Allied Airforces, Northern Europe (AIRNORTH); Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross (attended 1962-65)
* '72 [http://www.ngb.army.mil/ngbgomo/library/bio/gardner_gb.htm Gregory B. Gardner] (UH) — Air National Guard Major General, Kansas National Guard Adjutant General and Director of Homeland Security for Kansas, commanded B1 bomber 184th Wing
* '79 Dean Avary (Stanford) — Captain and fighter pilot appearing in "Disavow: A CIA Saga of Betrayal," [http://books.google.com/books?id=80BG9_aZjFwC&pg=PA136&lpg=PA136&dq=%22dean+avary%22&source=web&ots=oUcFMbZO_2&sig=Ufzie732xxXhJX884Bejjeed5FQ&hl=en] and "Explosive Secrets of Covert CIA Companies" [http://books.google.com/books?id=cRhHF0oiTroC&pg=PA80&lpg=PA80&dq=%22dean+avary%22&source=web&ots=Zsz-NFOG94&sig=Eq0yw6dnK_1hTp_LeASNjorxUIg&hl=en]

Entertainment

Musicians and composers

* '12 Robert Alexander Anderson (Cornell) — World War I downed pilot, subject of film "The Dawn Patrol," composer of Hawaiian standards "Mele Kalikimaka," "Lovely Hula Hands"
* '52* Dave Guard (Stanford) — Kingston Trio founder (attended 1946-51)
* '52 Bob Shane (Menlo) — Kingston Trio founding guitarist
* '55 Joy Davidson (Occidental) — mezzo-soprano, Carmen in Miami, San Francisco, Santa Fe, and NYC
* '59 Robin Luke (Pepperdine) — early rockabilly singer, Rockabilly Hall of Fame, "Susie Darlin" #5 hit, then Professor and Head of Marketing, Southwest Missouri State University
* '73 Henry Akina (Tufts) — co-founder, Berliner Kammeroper (Berlin Chamber Opera)
* '76 Audy Kimura — Singer, musician
* '77 Conrad Herwig (N Texas State) — Grammy Award-nominated jazz trombonist, recorded 17 albums as leader, Professor of Jazz at Rutgers
* '78 Bruce Uchimura (Juilliard) — Professor of Music, Western Michigan University, cello
* '79 Robert Bruce Brey (Columbia) musician guitar, Strangers Band new album 2008
* '00 Melody Ishikawa "melody." — J-pop artist, albums hit #3, #5, and #6 in Japan

Broadway stage and dance performers

* '33* Jean Erdman (Sarah Lawrence) — one of Martha Graham's first dancers, founded her own NYC dance company; spouse of religion and mythology author Joseph Campbell (attended 1921-32)
* '39 Helen Duryea Dietz (Dominican Convent) — Martha Graham dancer, surfing champion, reporter for "New York Times"
* '69 Bonnie Oda Homsey (Juilliard) — principal dancer for Martha Graham, co-founder of LA-based American Repertory Dance Company
* '75 Angela Leilani Jones (actress) (UH) — actress in "Little Shop of Horrors," Tony Award for "Grind"
* '76 Willy Falk (Harvard) — Tony Award nominee for "Miss Saigon"; Marius in "Les Misérables" on Broadway
* '81 Ann Harada (Brown) — original cast main actress, Tony Award-winning "Avenue Q"
* '86 Carrie Ann Inaba (Irvine) — choreographer and judge, "Dancing with the Stars," actress, "Austin Powers in Goldmember", Flygirl dancer on "In Living Color"
* '87 Rachel Factor, née Christine Horii (Colorado) — Broadway actress, Rockettes dancer, one person show "JAP"
* '96 Amanda Schull (Indiana) — lead actress in "Center Stage," dancer for San Francisco Ballet
* '98 Jacqueline Dowsett (Southern Methodist) — dancer, Radio City Music Hall Rockettes

TV and film performers

* '27 Buster Crabbe (USC) — athlete and leading actor, "Tarzan," "Flash Gordon," and "Buck Rogers" 1933-50
* '27 Leslie Vincent, née Leslie Fullard-Leo, Jr. — actor, "Pursuit to Algiers," "Paris Underground," "Deadline for Murder"
* '54 Al Harrington (actor) (Stanford) — athlete and actor, "Hawaii Five-O"
* '66 Gerry Lopez (UH) — surfer and main actor, Subotai in "Conan the Barbarian"
* '79 Teri Ann Linn (Pepperdine) — Miss Hawaii 1981, singer and main actress, Kristen Forrester Dominguez in "The Bold and the Beautiful," "Teri Linn Drive (Killeen, TX)"
* '80 Kelly Preston, née Kelly Palzis — leading actress, "For Love of the Game," "Jerry Maguire"; spouse of actor John Travolta
* '81 [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0629846/ Jennifer Nicholson] (USC) — actress; daughter of Jack Nicholson
* '82(?) Scott Coffey — actor, male lead in "Shag (film)" and director of films starring Naomi Watts and Julia Roberts (attendance is claimed in imdb.com, but not in the alumni directory under this name)
* '91 Matt Corboy (Colorado State) — actor, "The Shield"
* '95 Sarah Wayne Callies (Dartmouth) — actress, female lead in "Prison Break"
* '00 Jason Tam — actor, Markko Rivera on "One Life to Live" and "Beyond the Break"

Other entertainment industry producers

* '24 Mary Louise Love Schneeberger (Sorbonne) — Cine Golden Eagle Award winner for "A Child's Garden of Verses" 1975
* '26 J. Ken Peterson (Washington) — Disney animator and supervisor 1936-83, "Snow White," "101 Dalmatians," "Sleeping Beauty," "The Sword in the Stone (film)"
* '35* George "Buck" Henshaw (Stanford) — set decorator 1950-1987, "Burns and Allen," "The Twilight Zone," "Black Widow" (attended 1925-34)
* '53 Allan Burns (Oregon) — 6-time Emmy Award-winning writer and creator 1961-96, "The Munsters," "Get Smart," "Mary Tyler Moore Show," "Rocky and Bullwinkle", and the Cap'n Crunch cereal character, animator of "George of the Jungle"
* '61 Bruce Bryant (Irvine) — 3-time Emmy Award-winning title designer for "X-Files," "Cheers," "Caroline in the City"
* '65 John I. Kjargaard II (UH) — volcano photographer and filmmaker, son of artist John Ingvard Kjargaard
* '69 Edgy Lee (SF Art) — independent filmmaker
* '69 Michael Wilson (UCSB) — developer of Maya at Wavefront, which won an Academy Award for computer-generated image software
* '72 Phyllis S. K. Look (UH) — Berkeley Repertory Theatre producer and director
* '74 Deborah Susan Rosen (USC) — Senior VP at Universal Studios, Executive VP at Paramount Pictures, casting director "Hill Street Blues", second unit director "Weird Science"
* '74 Jim Simpson (Boston) — Professor of Theater at Yale, Obie Award-winning director; spouse of actress Sigourney Weaver
* '75 Sarah Robinson (California College of Arts) — Art Department for ten films including "Casino Royale," "Die Another Day", "The World is not Enough"
* '78 Don King (Stanford) — surfing photographer and cinematographer
* '80 Rod Lurie (West Point) — creator of "Commander in Chief," "Line of Fire" and other shows
* '80* Kevin McCollum (Cincinnati) — Broadway producer of Tony Award-winning "Rent" and "Avenue Q", owner of production company claiming ten Tony Awards and Pulitzer Prize for Drama (attended 1971-76)

Business leaders and philanthropists

Major philanthropists

* '33 [http://starbulletin.com/2003/07/10/news/obits.html Maude (Ackerman) Woods Wodehouse] (UCLA) — philanthropist, America's #14 most-generous donor in 2003 according to "Chronicle of Philanthropy" ($80M in 2003) [ [http://www.philanthropy.com/stats/donors/detail.php?ID_Gift=1001 The Chronicle: America's Most-Generous Donors ] ] [ [http://www.philanthropy.com/premium/articles/v15/i23/23001203.htm The Chronicle of Philanthropy ] ]
* '39 Charles Gates, Jr. (MIT) — owner of Gates Rubber Company and Gates Corporation (owner of Learjet), often listed on Forbes 400, e.g., #186 in 1999, #209 in 2002, #222 in 2003, philanthropist through Gates Family Foundation ($147M over 60 years)
* '76 Steve Case (Williams) — founder of America Online and philanthropist, America's #19 most generous donor in 1999 according to "Chronicle of Philanthropy" ($40M in 1999)
* '84* Pierre Omidyar (Tufts) — founder of eBay and philanthropist, America's #20 in 2002, #13 in 2003, #7 in 2004, #9 in 2005, and #29 most-generous donor in 2006 according to "Chronicle of Philanthropy" ($403M, 2002-06) (attended 1979-81)

Other charitable and development business leaders

* '34 [http://starbulletin.com/1999/08/05/news/obits.html Richard Tam] (Stanford) — Las Vegas developer, honorary LLD from UNLV, "Richard Tam Alumni Center (UNLV)" named for him
* '52 Hugh T. Murphy (Berkeley) — Director at IRRI, Trustee of AsiaRice USA, development banker at World Bank [ [http://www.asiariceusa.org/About_Us.html About Us ] ] [http://www.irri.org/publications/chandler/pdfs/chap7.pdf] [http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/Apps/CGIAR/IC_CGIAR.nsf/4F1B144AAA9938338525664C00017FDB/1B042BC50C4049CB8525679B006E6E97/$FILE/csop1192.pdf]
* '52 John Bowman O'Donnell (Stanford) — decorated USAID official, nonprofit fundraising [ [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb5244/is_200312/ai_n19670618 John B. O'Donnell, 68, AID official.(METROPOLITAN)(OBITUARIES) | "Washington Times" | Find Articles at BNET.com ] ] [http://www.virtualarchive.vietnam.ttu.edu/starweb/vva/servlet.starweb?path=vva/fa.web&id=newwebfa&pass=&search1=ONUM%3D13510000000&format=format#note]
* '56* W. Robert Warne (Princeton) — President of Korea Economic Institute of America (attended 1953-55) [ [http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/maraas/prog94.htm Association For Asian Studies ] ] [http://www.lwvmd.org/kent/Newsletters/April2007voteremail.pdf]
* '63 Christopher T. Prukop (Middelbury) — Leadership Gifts Officer, World Society for the Protection of Animals [ [http://www.wspa-usa.org/pages/71_bequests.cfm Bequests - World Society for the Protection of Animals ] ]
* '65 [http://www.scanteam.no/cv/CV%20Holtedahl%202007-09.pdf Erik Holtedahl] (Oslo) — Chairman of Scanteam, Norwegian NGO international development consultants [http://www.nrcc.no/files/NRCC%20Annual%20Report%202005%20NO.pdf]
* '67 Suzanne M. Sato (Harvard/Radcliffe) — VP of AT&T Foundation and VP for Arts and Culture at Rockefeller Foundation [ [http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=940DE6D7113CF937A15751C0A96E948260 U.S. Agencies and Foundation Join to Aid Artists - New York Times ] ] [ [http://www.giarts.org/library_additional/library_additional_show.htm?doc_id=295635 Grantmakers in the Arts: Library Documents: After September 11 ] ]
* '86 [http://rockpa.org/about_rpa/biographies/#Tuan Melinda Tuan] (Harvard) — Sr. Fellow at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors

Other founders and CEOs

* '08 Stanley C. Kennedy, Sr. (Stanford) — founder of Hawaiian Airlines and chairman, 1929-63, Silver Star as World War I pilot
* '33 John Magoon, Jr. (Berkeley) — majority owner and chairman of Hawaiian Airlines, 1964-89
* '48 D. Kenneth Richardson (Tufts) — President and COO of Hughes Aircraft Company
* '65 Stuart E. Wolfe (Michigan State) — President and CEO of Graymont
* '67 Jeff Hakman — world surfing champion and founder of Quiksilver in the U.S. and in Europe [ [http://www.surfline.com/surfaz/surfaz.cfm?id=824 Surfline | Jeff Hakman (November 18, 1948- ) ] ]
* '70 Constance Lau (Yale) — President and CEO of Hawaiian Electric Company
* '71 Lloyd Kunimoto (Stanford) — CEO at CalGen, Epicyte (now Biolex), and Galileo Pharmaceuticals, VP of Monsanto and Exelixis
* '73 Derek T. Morikawa (MIT) — CEO at Vision Robotics, CEO at Wavetek, President of RD Instruments
* '74 David D. Parker (Stanford) — CEO of SeeRun and Enlighten Software, founder of Quintus, President of WebLogic
* '74 William S. Price III (Stanford) — Founding partner of Texas Pacific Group (e.g., Seagate Technology, Petco, MGM, Neiman Marcus), VP of GE Capital
* '74 Carla Rayacich (Mills) — Founding President of Stanford Mortgage
* '75 Dan H. Case III (Princeton) — CEO of Hambrecht & Quist Capital, Rhodes Scholar, "San Francisco Chronicle's" "Scholar of Venture Capitalism"
* '75 Ron Higgins II — founder of Digital Island
* '77 [http://www.forbes.com/finance/mktguideapps/personinfo/FromPersonIdPersonTearsheet.jhtml?passedPersonId=864820 David T. Hamamoto] (Stanford) — partner of Goldman Sachs and CEO of Northstar Capital, e.g., Morgans Hotel Group [ [http://starbulletin.com/97/08/01/business/story1.html Honolulu Star-Bulletin Business ] ]
* '77 [http://www.newsrx.com/newsletters/Aging-and-Elder-Health-Week/2005-09-04/082920053331351AE.html Michael W. Rogers] (Berkeley) — CEO of Indevus, e.g. Histrelin, NASDAQ Biotechnology Index, Director of pSividia Limited
* '78 [http://www.colonialbank.com/annualReports/2006annual/pages/leadership.html# C. Malcolm Holland] (Southern Methodist) — CEO of Colonial Bank Texas Region
* '79 [http://jamyowensgroup.com/ J'amy Owens] (Cal) — Inc. (magazine)'s "Diva of Retail", co-founder of Laptop Lane
* '79 Evan Williams (blogger) (Wilmington-Ohio) — co-founder of Pyra Labs, Odeo, and Twitter, PC Magazine "People of the Year" 2004
* '81 [http://www.portfolio.com/resources/executive-profiles/19947 Richard A. Von Gnechten] (Denver) — CEO of Ravon Corp., CFO of Houseraising Inc.

Other business leaders

* '30 David L. Livingston (Yale) — VP of City Bank and Trust (now Citibank)
* '37* Richard H. Ward (Stanford) — Chairman of the Board of Del Monte (attended 1925-35)
* '43* Thomas R. Hodge (Yale) — division manager for AT&T, subject of "New York Times" "Retired Executives Return as Volunteers" (attended 1933-42)
* '43* Henry M. Morgan (MIT) — Partner of Innovative Capital (attended 1931-42)
* '48 Thomas E. Warne (Cal) — VP of Dole Food Company
* '59* E. Alan Holroyde (Stanford) — executive VP of Wells Fargo Bank (attended 1946-55)
* '66 Carter Pruyn Reynolds (Endicott) — Managing Director of Morgan Stanley, Senior VP at Bankers Trust
* '67 Lloyd M. Oki (Northwestern) — VP at Pixsense, Senior VP at Clickmarks, Director of Sales at Compaq
* '68 J. Eric Greenwood (Rutgers) — VP of Goldman Sachs and trustee of Foreign Policy Research Institute
* '70 Toni Shimura (Wellesley) — VP of Eaton Vance
* '70 Jerene Yokoyama Wachtel (Mount Holyoke) — VP of Chemical Bank
* '71 John G. Ripperton (U Redlands) — Senior VP of Radio Shack, Navy Commander
* '72 John Landers (Harvard) — Managing Director of Morgan Stanley
* '74 Penelope Van Niel Engle (Princeton) — VP of JPMorgan Chase
* '74 Tedmund W. Pryor (UC Santa Cruz) — Senior VP of Capital Funding at GE Capital
* '76 Mary Machado-Schammel (Georgetown) — Senior VP of Standard Chartered Bank
* '77 Jeff Lum (Santa Clara) — Early VP and Director of Sales of Microsoft
* '77 Duncan MacNichol (Princeton) — VP of JP Morgan, Senior VP of NationsBank
* '77 [http://www.plantronics.com/north_america/en_US/company/management/yort.jhtml Charles (Chuck) Yort] (Princeton) — VP of Plantronics, Venturi Wireless and Polyfuel
* '78 Jordan Graham (USC) — VP of Cisco Systems
* '78 Pamela Hamamoto (Stanford) — VP of Goldman Sachs
* '78 Paul David Rezents (U Washington) — Senior VP of Heitman Capital/Real Estate
* '79 Robert W. Hong (Williams) — Managing Director, Salomon Smith Barney
* '82 [http://www.aboutschwab.com/annualreport99/corporate-info/svpres-c.htm Janice L. Vorfeld] (Dartmouth) — Senior VP at Charles Schwab
* '83 Rainer Michael Blair (Massachusetts) — Group VP (North America) of BASF
* '84 Nina Ebert Labatt (Stanford) — CFO of Labrador Ventures (see List of venture capital firms)
* '84 [http://gartner.com/AnalystBiography?authorId=27453 Tiffani Bova] (Arizona State) — VP Research, Technology and Solution Providers, Gartner

Cultural notables

Authors and editors

* '39 Nancy Hartung Holmes — editor of Worth (magazine), Town & Country (magazine), photographer for Daily Mail, model, and New York socialite, author of best-seller "Nobody's Fault"
* '44* Mary H. Davidson Swift (Vassar) — founding editor and chief photographer of "Washington Review" (attended 1940-42)
* '53 Dorinda Stagner Nicholson (UH) — "Pearl Harbor Child", "Pearl Harbor Warriors", "Remember World War II"
* '60* Christina Goodale Grof (Sarah Lawrence) — Psychedelic literature author, spouse and co-author of Stanislav Grof (attended 1951-58)
* '64 Perrin Ireland (Randolph-Macon) — author of "Ana Imagined" and "Chatter", arts leader with CPB and NEA
* '65* Stephen Eaton Hume (Trinity) — author of award-winning children's books, "A Miracle for Maggie" (attended 1953-55)
* '67 Gerald W. Sams (Georgia Tech) — "AIA Guide to the Architecture of Atlanta"
* '69* William J. Lambert III (Hillsdale) — author of at least twelve science fiction books under pseudonyms (attended 1956-65)
* '71 Richard Sia (Harvard) — Senior Editor of "Congress Daily"
* '72 David Ranada (Harvard) — editor of "Stereo Review" and "High Fidelity"
* '73 Kirby Wright (UH) — "Punahou Blues", "Molokai Ahi Nui"
* '74 Shannon Brownlee (Santa Cruz) — journalist, Associate Editor of US News & World Report, Science writing award
* '74 Robert S. Sandla (UH) — Editor in Chief, "Symphony (magazine)" and "Stagebill" (see "Playbill")
* '76 Kathleen Norris (poet) (Bennington) — best-selling Christian spiritual poet and essayist, "Dakota: A Spiritual Geography"
* '78* Gale Pryor (Cornell) — author of "Nursing Mother, Working Mother" and current edition coauthor of "Nursing your Baby" with mother Karen Pryor (attended 1972-76)
* '85 Allegra Goodman (Harvard) — author of award-winning "The Family Markowitz"

Other cultural notables

* 1869 Alexander Cartwright III — early player of baseball with Punahou classmates; son of baseball's inventor, Alexander Cartwright, Jr.
* 1875 Lorrin A. Thurston — leader in overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy, owner of "Honolulu Advertiser", early player of baseball with Cartwrights
* 1883* Sun Yat-Sen — founding president of the Republic of China, founder of the Kuomintang [ [http://sunyatsenhawaii.org/english/research/irma.html Sun Yat-sen's Christian Schooling in Hawai`i] Irma Tam Soong. "The Hawaiian Journal of History" 31 (1997): 151-178.] (attended 1882-83)
* '27 Ellery Chun (Yale) — creator of the Aloha Shirt
* '31 Barbara Pine Ramage (American U) — christener of destroyer USS Ramage (DDG-61), wife of Medal of Honor recipient Vice Admiral Lawson P. Ramage
* '34 Stanley Livingston, Jr. (Yale) — America's Cup Hall of Fame inductor
* '41 William M. C. Lam (MIT) — Lam Partners architectural lighting, e.g., Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
* '48 Samuel Van Culin (Princeton, VA Theological Seminary) — Canon Ecumenist at Washington National Cathedral, Canon of Canterbury Cathedral, England and St. George's Cathedral, Jerusalem
* '57 Abe P. Takahashi (Michigan State) — Bureau Director of Michigan State Police
* '58 Jerry Berman (Berkeley) — Chief Legislative Counsel of ACLU, director of Electronic Frontier Foundation and co-founder of Center for Democracy and Technology
* '61 Henry Y. H. Kim (Annapolis) — US Forest Service pilot Killed in Action; "Henry Y. H. Kim Aviation Facility (Prescott National Forest)"
* '62 Charles L. Veach (Air Force Academy) — astronaut, two shuttle missions; Distinguished Flying Cross, Purple Heart, Air Force Commendation Medal
* '65 Charlie Wedemeyer (Michigan State) — medical survivor celebrated in Emmy Award-winning film, "Quiet Victory"
* '66 Gary R. Weidner (Wisconsin) — Chancellor's Award-winning booster at University of Wisconsin Green Bay
* '67 Susan M. Sandlin (American U) — American Kennel Club judge of Maltese, Shih Tzu, and Yorkshire Terriers
* '72 Nainoa Thompson (UH) — navigator of the "Hōkūleokinaa" establishing Polynesian diaspora, Chairman of Board of Trustees, Kamehameha Schools
* '75 Lindy Vivas (UCLA) — Fresno State women's volleyball coach, plaintiff awarded largest compensation for retaliation under Title IX discrimination statute
* '79 Quentin Kawananakoa (USC) — current claimant to head of Hawaiian kingdom, Hawaii state representative, Republican minority leader
* '80 Kevin Edward Brown (Washington & Lee) — Project manager of CloudSat and CALIPSO, NASA Exceptional Service Medal
* '81 Scott Seetow (Arizona) — Division Director for Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
* '86 Richard Y. Lee (Yale) — college defensive tackle, internet executive, casualty of September 11, 2001 attacks
* '87 Heather Malia Ho (Boston) — executive pastry chef at Windows on the World, North Tower 107th Floor, casualty of September 11, 2001 attacks
* '89 Adriana Yvonne Iwalani Spray — Paris model under Elite Model Management
* '89* Brook Mahealani Lee — Miss Universe 1997
* '95 Candes Gentry (UH) — Miss Hawaii 1999
* '97?* Ehren Watada (HPU) — Army Lieutenant involved in Iraq War court-martial mistrial over command responsibility (attended 199?-97?)
* '02* Kiwi Camara (HPU) — youngest matriculate of Harvard Law School, catalyst for racial scandal (attended 1990-95?)
* '03 Jennifer Fairbank (Loyola Marymount) — Miss Hawaii 2004

Notable former faculty and staff

* Nick Bozanic — former English teacher, winner of "Anhinga Prize for Poetry" for "The Long Drive Home" [ [http://www.amazon.com/dp/0938078321 Amazon.com: The Long Drive Home (Anhinga Poetry Prize Series): Nick Bozanic: Books ] ]
* [http://www.bu.edu/alumni/bostonia/2006/summer/PDF/sm06a-obits.pdf Edward Lane-Reticker] — former Latin and Greek teacher, directed banking and law centers at Boston University
* Henry Wells Lawrence — former Computing teacher, commanded 339th Fighter Squadron in World War II, one of the first US pilots in the air during Attack on Pearl Harbor; Distinguished Flying Cross and Purple Heart [ [http://www.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123033665 After the Pearl Harbor Attack] , by Douglas Gillert, "Air Force Link" 2006.] [ [http://starbulletin.com/2001/05/16/news/obits.html Obituaries] , "Honolulu Star Bulletin", May 16, 2001] [ [http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=125547&hl=Pearl+Harbor IPS Driver Error ] ] [ [http://www.flightjournal.com/ME2/dirmod.asp?sid=&nm=&type=PubPagi&mod=Publications%3A%3AArticle+Title&mid=13B2F0D0AFA04476A2ACC02ED28A405F&tier=4&id=1C8362189B3E4880A7AD26DF526DDD7E Pearl Harbor's Lost P-36's] , by David Aiken, "Flight Journal", Sep/October 2002.] [ [http://w2.byuh.edu/library/obituaries/2001/L.htm L ] ]
* [http://starbulletin.com/2002/02/26/news/story15.html Queenie B. Mills] — former Director of Kindergarten, University of Illinois Head of Human Development Department, helped design the Head Start Program and programs for animal visits to nursing home residents
* Susan Tolman Mills — former principal, founder of Mills College
* [http://wais.stanford.edu/WAIS/2003Benefactors/benefactors_SiegfriedRamler(111103).html Siegfried Ramler] — English teacher, author of "Teaching Poetry Writing to Adolescents"
* Willard Warch — former schoolmaster, Professor of Music at Oberlin College, author of texts such as "Music for Study" and "Beethoven's Use of Intermediate Keys", World War II Army Air Corps Band [ [http://www.oberlin.edu/con/connews/2003/facultynotes.html Oberlin Conservatory Magazine 2003 ] ]

References

Additional references

The main reference for this page is the "Punahou School Alumni Directory 1841-1991" Harris Publishing, New York, 1991.

Further reading

*Jack Bass, "Death of Judge Tuttle: A Hero of Desegregation", "Atlanta Journal and Constitution," June 25, 1996. Page A-09 quotes a "New York Times" writer, Claude Sitton, "Those who think Martin Luther King desegregated the South don't know Elbert Tuttle and the record of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals."
*Lionel and Patricia Fanthorpe, "The World's Most Mysterious Castles," Dundum Press, 2005. Page 107 describes Hiram Bingam (III) as "a real-life Indiana Jones."
*Richard Goldstein, "Russell Reeder, 95, Leader In Invasion on D-Day, Dies", "New York Times," March 1, 1998. "Col. Russell P. (Red) Reeder, who accumulated six demerits in his first two hours as a cadet at West Point, but went on to become one of its most beloved graduates... ."
*Loch K. Johnson, "Secret Agencies: U.S. Intelligence in a Hostile World," Yale University Press, 1996. Page 91 has Otis Pike as "an able and fair-minded person, but his committee ran amuck nonetheless, pulled in a dozen different directions ... by an overzealous staff."
*William Kubey, "Creating Television: Conversations with the People Behind 50 Years of American TV," Erlbaum, 2004. Page 175 quotes Allan Burns: "All the best comedy writers come from Honolulu, you know. It's a hotbed of comedy writers. ... You know, the hostility of it and everything. Plus the bad climate."
*Robert D. McFadden, "John W. Gardner, 89, Founder of Common Cause and Advisor to Presidents, Dies", "New York Times," February 18, 2002. Common Cause President, Scott Harshbarger, is quoted: "When Americans attend open meetings or read their government's documents, or take part in our battered but resilient public finance system for presidential elections, there is a memorial to John Gardner."
*Cody Monk, "Legends of the Dallas Cowboys," Sports Publishing, 2004. Page 124 says "Mark Tuinei, Bill Bates, and Too Tall are the only players ever to play 15 seasons in Dallas."
*"The honor of Judge Elbert Tuttle", "New York Times," June 26, 1996. "He made the court the leading edge in the fight against segregation."
*Richard M. Rollins and Archibald Rutledge, "Eyewitness Accounts at the Battle of Gettysburg," Stackpole Books, 2005. Page 312 details the "brave action, which aided in the great victory secured", of Captain Sam Armstrong.
*Bill Stevenson, "Principle, conviction, and fate in the remarkable career of Judge Elbert Tuttle", "Southern Changes 10", number 6, 1988. Quotes Tuttle: "I just recognized that this man had been convicted and sentenced to death without due process of law."
*Booker T. Washington, "Up from Slavery: An Autobiography," Doubleday, Page, and Company, 1907. Page 54 describes General Samuel Armstrong as "the noblest, rarest human being it has ever been my privilege to meet."
*Erik Weihenmayer, "Touch the Top of the World," Plume, 2002. Page 113 describes Hiram Bingham (III) "who must have been the inspiration behind the fictional character Indiana Jones... ."
*Michael Winerip, "The Lives They Lived: Russell P. (Red) Reeder; Born at Reveille", "New York Times" January 3, 1999. Colonel Reeder "turned down an offer to play pro baseball with the New York Giants (at triple the salary) for a military career. In 1944, at 42, he led his soldiers ashore at Utah Beach on D-Day, and by dusk Red Reeder's regiment was the farthest inland."


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