List of people from Hayward, California

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This is a list of people from Hayward, California. People from Hayward who are strongly associated with the city include; founder William Dutton Hayward; and the Ukrainian patriot and Greek Orthodox priest Agapius Honcharenko, who created a farm whose location is now an historic landmark. High profile people from Hayward include football coach Bill Walsh, figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi, and Treasurer of the United States Rosa Gumataotao Rios. Charles Plummer, prior to becoming Alameda County Sheriff, was the Police Chief of Hayward.

Bill Walsh (left) with Dick Tomey

People born (b), raised (r) (including attending high school in Hayward), or who have lived as adults (a) in Hayward (Bold names are current residents):

  • Brian Copeland (1974–) (r), playwright and author of Not a Genuine Black Man, a memoir of his experience growing up in the region[13]

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