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  1. Rodman Clark Rockefeller (May 2, 1932 – May 14, 2000) was an American businessman and philanthropist. A fourth-generation member of the Rockefeller family, he was a son of former U.S. Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller, a grandson of American financer John D. Rockefeller Jr., and a great-grandson of Standard Oil co-founder John D ...

  2. 16. Mai 2000 · Rodman C. Rockefeller, the eldest son of Nelson A. Rockefeller, who was active in efforts that led to the North American Free Trade Agreement and in forging closer ties between the United...

  3. Rodman Rockefeller (1932–2000) Ann Clark Rockefeller Roberts (* 1934) Steven C. Rockefeller (* 1936) Michael Rockefeller (1938–1961) Mary Clark Rockefeller († 1938) Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller Jr. (* 1964) Mark Fitler Rockefeller (* 1967) Laurance Rockefeller (1910–2004) Laurance Rockefeller (* 1944) Lucy Rockefeller Waletzky (* 1941)

  4. Rodman Clark Rockefeller (1932–2000) (m. 1st 1953–1979) Barbara Ann Olsen (m. 2nd 1980) Alexandra von Metzler (four children) Meile Rockefeller (born 1955) Peter C. Rockefeller (m. 1987) Allison Whipple Rockefeller; Steven Clark Rockefeller (born 1936) Mary Clark Rockefeller (born 1938) m. 1st (1961–1974) William J. Strawbridge (three ...

  5. 16. Okt. 2000 · "The Rockefellers" features on-camera interviews with Junior's two surviving sons, Laurance and David, and six of the Cousins generation: Steven Rockefeller, Rodman Rockefeller (who died in...

  6. Biography. Resources. Relationships. Places. Subjects. Occupations. Activities. Rodman C. Rockefeller was co-chairman of the Mexico-U.S. Business Committee.

  7. 10. Feb. 2020 · Rodman Rockefeller took over his father’s company and transformed it into a pioneer on the now familiar terrain of “corporate social responsibility.” An ambitious oral history project and exhaustive documentary research formed the basis for this meticulously crafted account.