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  1. 7. Mai 2023 · Winthrop Rockefeller (* 1. Mai 1912 in New York City; † 22. Februar 1973 in Arkansas) war ein US-amerikanischer Politiker. Er war von 1955 bis 1964 Vorsitzender der Kommission für die industrielle Entwicklung von Arkansas und wurde 1961 Vorsitzender der Republikaner in Arkansas.

  2. 27. Apr. 2023 · Winthrop Rockefeller, (born May 1, 1912, New York City—died Feb. 22, 1973, Palm Springs, Calif., U.S.), American politician and philanthropist, second youngest of the five sons of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. He left college in 1934 and did various kinds of work for the Rockefeller interests—in the oil fields of Texas and at the ...

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  3. Vor 4 Tagen · Politician, farmer, businessman. Winthrop Paul "Win" Rockefeller (September 17, 1948 – July 16, 2006) was an American Republican politician and businessman who served as the 17th lieutenant governor of Arkansas from 1996 until his death in 2006. He was a member of the Rockefeller family .

  4. Winthrop Rockefeller. A member of the famous Rockefeller Family, Winthrop was the fourth son of John D. Rockefeller Jr. and a grandson of the founder of Standard Oil. After a sterling combat career during World War II and a period of playboy indulgence, Winthrop moved to Arkansas, where he made a lasting impression on his adopted state.

  5. The Winthrop Rockefeller Institute is a nonprofit organization that believes valuing diversity of opinion, practicing collaborative problem solving, and engaging in respectful dialogue combine to create transformational change. We call it the Rockefeller Ethic.

  6. 29. Mai 2023 · John Rockefeller Jr. a dirigé le Population Council jusqu’à sa mort. Son fils éponyme est un sénateur de Virginie-Occidentale. Le frère Winthrop Rockefeller était lieutenant-gouverneur de l’Arkansas et demeure l’homme le plus puissant de cet État.

  7. Vor 20 Stunden · Notable faculty members and trustees of Phillips Exeter Academy. John Taylor Gilman. James Walker. Charles H. Bell. Frederick Buechner. Dan Brown. John Phillips – founder of Phillips Exeter; president of board of trustees 1781–1795 [1] John Pickering – federal judge, impeached for drunkenness; trustee 1781–1782.