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Order of DeMolay

ORGANIZATION

Boys' club, sponsored by the Freemasons. Founded on March 24, 1919.

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

Founding Date:
24-Mar-1919

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Red Barber
Sports Journalist
17-Feb-1908 22-Oct-1992 The Voice of the Dodgers
Mel Blanc
Actor
30-May-1908 10-Jul-1989 Man of 1,000 Voices
Frank Borman
Astronaut
14-Mar-1928   First to circumnavigate moon
Carroll Campbell
Politician
24-Jul-1940 7-Dec-2005 Governor of South Carolina, 1987-95
Mel Carnahan
Politician
11-Feb-1934 16-Oct-2000 Dead man, still defeated John Ashcroft
Bill Clinton
Head of State
19-Aug-1946   42nd US President, 1993-2001
Gary Collins
Actor
30-Apr-1938   Host of The Home Show
Gordon Cooper
Astronaut
6-Mar-1927 4-Oct-2004 Mercury 7 and Gemini 5 astronaut
Richard Cordray
Government
3-May-1959   Acting Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Walt Disney
Business
5-Dec-1901 15-Dec-1966 Founder of Disney empire
Buddy Ebsen
Actor
2-Apr-1908 6-Jul-2003 Jed Clampett
David Goodnow
TV Personality
c. 1939   Former CNN anchor
Paul Harvey
Radio Personality
4-Sep-1918 28-Feb-2009 The Paul Harvey Show
Burl Ives
Singer
14-Jun-1909 14-Apr-1995 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Henry "Scoop" Jackson
Politician
31-May-1912 1-Sep-1983 US Senator from Washington, 1953-83
Bob Mathias
Sports Figure
17-Nov-1930 2-Sep-2006 Decathlon athlete turned Congressman
Pete Rose
Baseball
14-Apr-1941   Cincinnati Reds
Ronald W. Roskens
Business
11-Dec-1932   President, University of Nebraska, 1977-78
John Steinbeck
Novelist
27-Feb-1902 20-Dec-1968 The Grapes of Wrath
Fran Tarkenton
Football
3-Feb-1940   That's Incredible!
John Wayne
Actor
26-May-1907 11-Jun-1979 The Duke
Jim Wright
Politician
22-Dec-1922   Congressman from Texas, 1955-89


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