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TWA

COMPANY

Trans-World Airways.

Official Website:
http://www.twa.com/

Industry:
Airline

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Lindbergh
Aviator
4-Feb-1902 26-Aug-1974 Transatlantic soloist

EXECUTIVES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert L. Crandall
Business
1935   CEO of American Airlines, 1985-98
Julius C. Holmes
Diplomat
24-Apr-1899 15-Jul-1968 US Ambassador to Iran, 1961-65
Howard Hughes
Business
24-Sep-1905 5-Apr-1976 Insane billionaire
Carl Icahn
Business
16-Feb-1936   Billionaire, took over TWA

PAST BOARD MEMBERS OR DIRECTORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John W. Bachmann
Business
16-Nov-1938   Partner, Edward Jones
Lester Crown
Business
7-Jun-1925   CEO of Henry Crown & Co.
John McCone
Government
4-Jan-1902 14-Feb-1991 CIA Director, 1961-65
George C. McGhee
Diplomat
1912 4-Jul-2005 US Ambassador to Germany, 1963-68
Merrill A. McPeak
Military
9-Jan-1936   USAF Chief of Staff, 1990-94
Blanche M. Touhill
Educator
c. 1931   Chancellor of UMSL, 1991-2002

EMPLOYMENT

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ralph M. Bahna
Business
c. 1943   CEO of Cunard Line, 1980-89
Conrad Burns
Politician
25-Jan-1935   US Senator from Montana, 1989-2007
Robert L. Fornaro
Business
c. 1952   CEO of AirTran Holdings
Frank Lorenzo
Business
19-May-1940   Former CEO, Eastern Airlines
Helen Stevenson Meyner
Politician
5-Mar-1928 2-Nov-1997 Congresswoman from New Jersey, 1975-78
Barry Seal
Criminal
19-Jul-1939 19-Feb-1986 DEA informant, CIA contract pilot


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