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  • Professional basketball player (en)
  • Orange Country Republican politician, John Birch Society leader, and Tea Party personality (en)
  • Former U.S. Representative for Illinois's 12th congressional district, Major General, former Illinois Adjutant General (en)
  • Educator and civil rights figure; member of the Little Rock Nine; Congressional Gold Medal recipient (en)
  • Nigerian Linguist, writer, 2016 awardee of the Premio Ostana in Cuneo, Italy for work in indigenous language advocacy, and author of Edwardsville by Heart . (en)
  • Professional mixed martial artist, formerly for the Ultimate Fighting Championship and Maximum Fighting Championship welterweight champion (en)
  • Retired St. Louis Steamers and Ambush soccer player (en)
  • Author and Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University; awarded the 2006 Bradley Prize and the 2004 National Humanities Medal; News & Documentary Emmy Award for documentary writing (en)
  • Central midfielder for the Finnish Premier League side FF Jaro (en)
  • Inspector General for the U.S. Postal Service, Vice Chair on the Government Accountability and Transparency Board (en)
  • Civil engineer; won gold medal in javelin at the 2011 Pan American Games (en)
  • Archeologist, anthropologist, author, Professor of Anthropology at University of Illinois, Cahokia Mounds investigator (en)
  • Former head coach of the Southeast Missouri State University Redhawks women's basketball team (en)
  • Sports writer for the LA Times and a regular on ESPN's Around the Horn (en)
  • Goalkeeper for the New Zealand Women's Football Team at the 2007 & 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup and the 2008 Beijing & 2012 London Summer Olympics (en)
  • Chairman and CEO, Maverick Technologies (en)
  • Chairman and former president, The Korte Company (en)
  • Co-founder and Vice-Chairman of RE/MAX (en)
  • Comedian and actress (en)
  • Deceased character actor in movies and television (en)
  • Former president, Chiquita Brands International (en)
  • Illinois State Senate, 48th District (en)
  • Lead singer of the Chicago-based band Wilco (en)
  • Meteorologist, WFAA (en)
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  • Defender, New York Red Bulls; 18th pick, 2016 MLS SuperDraft (en)
  • Reporter for the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting (en)
  • Former Major League Baseball first baseman and outfielder (en)
  • Former CIA agent; stationed in Iran and Afghanistan; assigned to capture Osama Bin Laden; author of First In (en)
  • Professional mixed martial artist, current UFC Welterweight (en)
  • Television sports commentator for the Tampa Bay Rays (en)
  • Sculptor; Fulbright Scholar; among his works is the crosier carried by Popes John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Francis (en)
  • Member of the Missouri House of Representatives, 11th District (en)
  • Founding member of the rock band Head East; retired professor, SIUE Department of Social Work (en)
  • Retired General, USAF; former Commander of Scott Air Force Base (en)
  • Former Illinois State Representative, 113th District (en)
  • College baseball coach at Fontbonne, Central Missouri, and Saint Louis (en)
  • Major League Baseball Relief Pitcher and 2009 Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year award from the American Mustache Institute (en)
  • professional soccer player with the St. Louis Stars and member of the 1972 U.S. Olympic Team (en)
  • Author, research scientist and adjunct professor of engineering, Duke University (en)
  • Midfielder and defender, Chicago Fire and U.S. national soccer team; 7th pick, 2015 MLS SuperDraft; finalist, 2016 Major League Soccer Rookie of the Year (en)
  • Actor and professional wrestler known as "The Big Show" (en)
  • Division I men's basketball referee, officiated 12 NCAA Final Four tournaments; Superintendent of Edwardsville School District 7; former member, SIU Board of Trustees (en)
  • Founder of The Lakin Law Firm, P.C.; Co-founder of Argosy Gaming Company and Argosy Casino Alton (en)
  • Professor, author, administrator at The Ohio State University (en)
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  • ? (en)
  • 1974 MS (en)
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