Augustus N. Summers Augustus N. Summers (June 13, 1856–unknown) was a Republican politician in the U.S. State of Ohio who was on the Ohio Supreme Court 1904–1911.
Barbara Shearer Barbara Shearer (September 16, 1936, in Ottawa, Illinois –December 6, 2005) was a renowned American pianist and pedagogue at the University of California, Berkeley.
Benjamin Kurtz Benjamin Kurtz (February 28, 1795 – December 29, 1865) was a German-American Lutheran pastor and theologian.
Benjamin Thurman Hacker Rear Admiral Benjamin Thurman Hacker (1935–2003) was a U.S. Navy officer, who became the first Naval Flight Officer (NFO) to achieve Flag rank.
Beth McCann Beth McCann is a legislator in the U.S. state of Colorado.
Bill Musselman William Clifford "Bill" Musselman (August 13, 1940 – May 5, 2000) was an American basketball coach in the NCAA, the ABA, the WBA, the CBA and the NBA. He was a fiercely intense coach who once w...
Bob Bescher Robert Henry "Bob" Bescher (February 25, 1884 – November 29, 1942) was a baseball outfielder who played 11 seasons in the major leagues.
Bobby Harwell Bobby Rhea Harwell (born August 22, 1931) is an American actor and producer.
Brian Agler Brian Agler is a basketball coach, currently the head coach of WNBA's Seattle Storm.
David DiPietro David J. DiPietro is a Republican member of the New York State Assembly representing Assembly District 147, which comprises the southern halves of Erie County, New York and Wyoming County, New York.
David E. Meyer David E. Meyer (born in Louisville, KY, USA February 3, 1943) is a Professor at the University of Michigan, where he is currently the Chair of the Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience area of t...
Donald B Lindsley Donald Benjamin Lindsley (December 23, 1907 – June 19, 2003) professor of psychology, physiology and psychiatry at UCLA. He was a physiological psychologist, known as a pioneer in the...
Douglas E. Lumpkin Douglas E. Lumpkin, an Ohio civil servant, was appointed as the director of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS), Ohio's largest agency, and a member of the Ohio Governor's Cab...
Elwood V. Jensen Elwood Vernon Jensen (January 13, 1920 – December 16, 2012) was the Distinguished University Professor, George and Elizabeth Wile Chair in Cancer Research at the University of Cincinnati College...
Eric Olsen Eric Olsen (born August 5, 1958) was the founder, editor-in-chief, and publisher of broad-based online critical magazine Blogcritics and author of local Cleveland blog Cleve-blog.
Eric Olsen (writer) Eric Olsen (born August 5, 1958) was the founder, editor-in-chief, and publisher of broad-based online critical magazine Blogcritics and author of local Cleveland blog Cleve-blog.
Francis Seiberling Francis Seiberling was a U.S. Representative from Ohio, cousin of John F. Seiberling.
Fuller Thompson Fuller Weidner Thompson was a Major League Baseball pitcher.
George W. Cromer George Washington Cromer (May 13, 1856 – November 8, 1936) was a U.S. Representative from Indiana.
Gilbert Livingston Wilson Gilbert Livingston Wilson was an ethnographer and a Presbyterian minister. He and his brother recorded the lives of three Hidatsa family members; Buffalo Bird Woman, her brother Henry Wolf Chief, and her son Edward Goodbird.
Helmut Ajango Helmut "Mike" Ajango (November 30, 1931 - November 15, 2013) was an Estonian-born architect based in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin in the United States.
Irene Smart Irene Balogh Smart is an Ohio Democratic Party politician and a former member of the Ohio General Assembly.
Isaac K. Funk Isaac Kaufmann Funk (September 10, 1839April 4, 1912) was an American Lutheran minister, editor, lexicographer, publisher, and spelling reformer.
Isaac Kaufmann Funk Isaac Kauffman Funk (1839–1912) was an American Lutheran minister, editor, lexicographer, publisher, and spelling reformer.
Jacob D. Leighty Jacob D. Leighty (November 15, 1839 – October 18, 1912) was a U.S. Representative from Indiana.
James G. Johnson James Granville Johnson was a Democratic lawyer from Springfield, Ohio, United States who was mayor of Springfield and a justice on the Ohio Supreme Court.
James Rebhorn James Robert Rebhorn (September 1, 1948 – March 21, 2014) was an American actor who appeared in over 100 films, television series, and plays.
Jennette Bradley Jennette B. Bradley of Columbus, Ohio, is an American politician of the Republican party and served as Lieutenant Governor of Ohio from 2003 to 2005 and Ohio State Treasurer from 2005 to 2007.
Jere Ratcliffe Jere Brian Ratcliffe is a retired professional Scouter in the Boy Scouts of America who was the ninth Chief Scout Executive.
John Chowning John M. Chowning (born August 22, 1934 in Salem, New Jersey) is an American composer, musician, inventor, and professor best known for his work at Stanford University and his invention of FM syn...
John Douglas (conductor) John Douglas (3 June 1956 – 12 July 2010) was an American conductor, voice teacher, vocal coach, and accompanist.
John E. McLaughlin John Edward McLaughlin (born June 15, 1942 in McKeesport, Pennsylvania) is the former Deputy Director of Central Intelligence and former Acting Director of Central Intelligence.
John Pelander A. John Pelander (born 1951) is a justice of the Arizona Supreme Court.
John Warwick Montgomery John Warwick Montgomery is a noted lawyer, professor, Lutheran theologian, and prolific author living in France. He was born October 18, 1931, in Warsaw, New York, United States. In 2007 he was named "Distinguished Research Professor of Philosophy and Christian Thought" at Patrick Henry College.
Lloyd C. Douglas Lloyd Cassel Douglas (August 27, 1877 – February 13, 1951) born Doya C. Douglas, was an American minister and author.
Luther Alexander Gotwald Luther Alexander Gotwald, D.D. (1833–1900) was a professor of theology in the Wittenberg Theological Seminary in the USA. He was tried for heresy by the board of directors at Wittenberg College ...
Margo Smith Margo Smith (born Betty Lou Miller April 9, 1942 in Dayton, Ohio) is an American country music singer.
Marietje Schaake Marietje Schaake (Leiden, 28 October 1978) is a Dutch politician for the progressive, social-liberal party Democrats 66.
Monroe Sweetland Monroe Mark Sweetland (January 20, 1910 – September 10, 2006) was an American politician in the state of Oregon.
Robert J. Cindrich Robert James Cindrich (born September 22, 1943) is a former U.S. district judge and a former federal judicial nominee to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Robert J. Marshall Robert James Marshall (c. 1918 – December 22, 2008) was an American clergyman and religious leader who was president of the Lutheran Church in America in the 1970s, at the time the largest...
Ron Lancaster Ronald "Ron" Lancaster (October 14, 1938 – September 18, 2008) was one of the pre-eminent quarterbacks of the Canadian Football League during his playing career; after his retirement as a p...
Ross Petot Ross Petot is an American ragtime, jazz and stride pianist and composer.
Samuel McChord Crothers Samuel McChord Crothers (June 7, 1857–November 1927) was an American Unitarian minister with The First Parish in Cambridge.
Sandra Postel Sandra Postel is the director and founder of the Global Water Policy Project. She is a world expert on fresh water issues and related ecosystems. From 1988 to 1994 she served as the Vice President for Research at the Worldwatch Institute.
Sandy Dukat Sandra "Sandy" Dukat (born May 3, 1972) is an American Paralympic athlete.
Sheila Simon Sheila J. Simon is an American politician and educator who is the 46th and current Lieutenant Governor of the state of Illinois. She was a Professor of Law at the Southern Illinois University School of Law.
Sherwood Anderson Sherwood Anderson (September 13, 1876 – March 8, 1941) was an American novelist and short story writer, known for subjective and self-revealing works.
T. Norman Mansell Thomas Norman Mansell, FAIA,, was an American architect based in Pennsylvania who practiced in the mid-twentieth-century practice in Delaware, Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Mi...
Turner M. Marquette Turner Mastin Marquette (July 19, 1831 – December 22, 1894) was a Nebraska Republican politician best known for being the first house representative for the state.
Waldo Nelson Waldo E. Nelson, MD was an American pediatrician who was sometimes referred to as "the father of pediatrics". Nelson authored one of the most prominent pediatric textbooks and was a longtime editor of The Journal of Pediatrics.