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John E. Pepper, Jr.

Born: c. 1938
Birthplace: Pottsville, PA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Chairman of Disney

Military service: US Navy

Wife: Francie (four children)

    University: BA, Yale University (1960)
    Administrator: Trustee, Xavier University
    Administrator: Fellow, Corporation of Yale University (1995-2003)
    Administrator: VP Finance & Administration, Yale University (2004-05)

    National Underground Railroad Freedom Center CEO (2006-)
    Procter & Gamble Chairman, Executive Committee (1999-2003)
    Procter & Gamble CEO (1995-99)
    Procter & Gamble President (1986-95)
    Procter & Gamble European Group VP (1981-86)
    Procter & Gamble Group VP (1980-81)
    Procter & Gamble GM, Proctor & Gamble Italia (1974-78)
    Procter & Gamble (1963-74)
    Member of the Board of Boston Scientific (1999-2001 and 2003-)
    Member of the Board of Disney (2006-, as Chairman, 2007-)
    Member of the Board of Procter & Gamble (1994-2003, as Chairman, 1995-2002)
    Member of the Board of Motorola
    Member of the Board of Xerox (1990-2004?)
    US Official Chairman, Advisory Committee for Trade & Policy Negotiations
    Bush-Cheney '04
    Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Executive Committee
    Friends of Hillary
    George W. Bush for President
    Hillary Clinton for President
    John McCain 2008
    McCain 2000
    National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Board of Directors
    Obama Victory Fund 2012
    Ohio Business Roundtable Chairman (1998-99)
    Partnership For a Drug-Free America Board of Directors
    Romney for President
    United Way Chairman, Cincinnati (1994)
    Pied tofu cream, Columbus, OH (12-Feb-1998), by a PETA protester

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