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John A. Luke, Jr.

AKA John Anderson Luke, Jr.

Born: 24-Nov-1948

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: CEO of MeadWestvaco

Military service: USAF (Vietnam War)

Father: John A. Luke, Sr. (President of Westvaco)
Mother: Joy Carter
Wife: Kathleen Sue Allen (m. 30-Jun-1984, three children)
Daughter: Lindsay Allen
Daughter: Elizabeth Carter
Son: John A. Luke III

    High School: Hotchkiss School
    University: BA, Lawrence University (1971)
    University: MBA, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (1979)
    Administrator: Trustee, Lawrence University

    MeadWestvaco President and CEO (2002-)
    Westvaco President and CEO (1992-2002)
    Westvaco EVP (1990-92)
    Westvaco Senior VP (1987-90)
    Westvaco VP (1986-87)
    Westvaco Treasurer (1983-86)
    Westvaco (1979-83)
    Procter & Gamble Sales Manager (1974-77)
    Member of the Board of Bank of New York Mellon (2007-)
    Member of the Board of Bank of New York (1996-2007)
    Member of the Board of FM Global
    Member of the Board of MeadWestvaco (as Chairman)
    Member of the Board of Arkwright Insurance
    Member of the Board of Timken (1999-)
    Member of the Board of Westvaco (1989-2002)
    American Enterprise Institute Trustee
    American Forest & Paper Association Board of Directors
    Bush-Cheney '04
    Cantor for Congress
    The Conservation Fund Corporate Council
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Every Republican is Crucial PAC
    George W. Bush for President
    John McCain 2008
    McCain-Palin Compliance Fund
    National Association of Manufacturers Chairman (2004-06)
    National Republican Senatorial Committee
    United Negro College Fund Board of Directors

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