List of Baldwin Wallace University people
This is a list of notable individuals who have or had an association with Baldwin Wallace University, located in Berea, Ohio. Baldwin Wallace University is a private college that enjoys a long and rich affiliation with the United Methodist Church. This includes faculty, alumni and staff. The college is located in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area in the United States. The College and town of Berea were founded by Methodist settlers from Connecticut.
The list is drawn from faculty, alumni, staff, and former university presidents. This list includes people affiliated with the university under its past names such as Baldwin–Wallace College, Baldwin University, Baldwin Institute and German Wallace College. This list also includes alumni of the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music.
- Clinton E. Adams, former medical school dean at Western University of Health Sciences, and current president of Rocky Vista University.
- Wayne G. Hammond, J.R.R. Tolkien scholar
- Willis N. Holcombe, Chancellor of Florida Community Colleges System; President of Broward College
- William Kelso, archeologist, discoverer of the original Jamestown colony in Virginia
- Drew Meyer- John Teagle Professorial Fellow in Chemistry at Case Western Reserve University
- Larry Shinn, President of Berea College, Kentucky
- Philip L. White, nationality scholar and political activist in Austin, Texas
Leadership and politics
- Nan Baker, member of Ohio House of Representatives
- Henderson H. Carson, U.S. Representative from Ohio
- Mike Dovilla, member of Ohio House of Representatives
- William L. Fiesinger, U.S. Representative from Ohio
- George L. Forbes, Cleveland City Council President, member of Baldwin-Wallace Board of Trustees
- Jane Edna Hunter, L.B. 1925, founder of the Phyllis Wheatley Center for the poor in Cleveland, Ohio
- Jay Ford Laning, U.S. Representative from Ohio
- James Lawson, civil rights leader and minister, worked alongside Martin Luther King in the Southern Baptist Leadership Conference
- Charles O. Lobeck, U.S. Representative from Nebraska
- Caleb Maupin, journalist, political analyst
- Eugene Miller, former member of Ohio House of Representatives
- Peter Neffenger, nominated by President Barack Obama in 2015 to lead the Transportation Security Administration
- George Norris, U.S. Senator from Nebraska, creator of the Tennessee Valley Authority, creator of the Nebraska unicameral legislature, and author of the 20th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
- Miner Norton, U.S. Representative from Ohio
- William Skiles, U.S. Representative from Ohio
- Martin Sweeney, U.S. Representative from Ohio
- Robert E. Sweeney, U.S. Representative from Ohio
- Harriet G. Walker, vice president of Woman's Christian Temperance Union
- Hazel Mountain Walker, L.B. 1919, among the first African-American lawyers in the state of Ohio
- Amos Webber, judge; biographer of college founder John Baldwin; U.S. Representative from Ohio
Media and entertainment
- Claudia Jordan, model, actress, a Barker's Beauty on CBS's game show The Price is Right from 2001 to 2003, and "model #1" on the US version of Deal or No Deal
- Alex Papadimoulis, founder of popular IT website The Daily WTF
Music and arts
- Rich Brenner, sportscaster
- Khashyar Darvich, film director and producer, Dalai Lama Renaissance
- Kyle Jean-Baptiste, Broadway singer
- Nancy McArthur, children's author best known for The Plant That Ate Dirty Socks
- Chris McCarrell, Broadway actor
- James Meena, conductor and opera administrator
- Bill Moffit, marching band director, composer, inventor of the "Moffit Squares" band drill
- James Montgomery, composer and Arts Administrator
- Jill Paice, musical theatre actress, lead in Curtains and The Woman in White
- Rebecca Pitcher, musical theatre actress, Christine in Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera
- Ciara Renée, actress, singer, and musician
- Albert Riemenschneider (1878–1950), founder of the Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music
- Bud Collins, veteran CBS Sports tennis announcer
- Harrison Dillard, 1947, U.S. Olympic gold medalist in 100 meter dash and hurdles; charter member of the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame
- Tim Graham, sports journalist for ESPN.com
- Norb Hecker, first coach of the Atlanta Falcons; won 8 NFL championships as a coach of the Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers, and New York Giants
- Tonia Kwiatkowski, bronze and silver medalist in US Figure Skating Championships; finished 6th at the 1998 World Championships
- Scott Shafer, former head coach of the Syracuse Orange football team 
- Jim Tressel, 2002 National Championship-winning former Coach of the Ohio State University football team; currently president of Youngstown State University
- Matt Underwood, play-by-play announcer for the Cleveland Indians on SportsTime Ohio
- David Ferrie, allegedly involved in John F. Kennedy's assassination
- Robert F. Overmyer, NASA astronaut
- T. B. Walker, businessman, lumberman, art collector
- Roger Bacon, physics professor 1959-71; inventor of carbon fiber in 1958
- Robert Crosser, U.S. Representative from Ohio; taught law for two years
- Jane Eaglen, soprano with Metropolitan opera, professor of voice
- Eric Fingerhut, Director of Economic Development Education and Entrepreneurship, State Chancellor of Higher Education
- Timothy Mussard, tenor, winner of the Prix Lauritz Melchior; professor of voice
- John Louis Nuelsen, first (1899) to hold the Nast Theological Professorship, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church
- Thomas Sutton, political analyst for Cleveland's News Channel 5
Staff and administration
Baldwin Wallace University has had over 20 people serve as president under the school's various names of Baldwin Wallace University, Baldwin–Wallace College, Baldwin University, German Wallace College and Baldwin Institute.
- Lee Tressel, football coach and athletic director at BW, 1925-1981; inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1996; father of alum and former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel
BW football coaches
|Percy C. Cole||1895|
|Dave W. Jones||1898-1899|
|E. J. Pfieffer||1903|
|E. J. Pfieffer||1905|
|E. J. Pfieffer||1907-1908|
|F. J. Norton||1912|
|W. E. Ruetchey||1916|
|R. S. Honaker||1917|
|V. E. Whitney||1918|
|C. E Cartwright||1920-1921|
|R. W. Bechtel||1922-1923|
|A. W. Collins||1924-1927|
|Eddie L. Finnigan||1949-1950|
|Louis B. Juillerat||1951-1953|
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- Outstanding Alumni
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- "Renowned Soprano Jane Eaglen Joins Conservatory Voice Faculty". Retrieved 2010-08-07.
- "B-W: Senator Eric Fingerhut Joins B-W Faculty". Retrieved 2007-06-16.
- "B-W Voice Professor Timothy Mussard Wins International Award". Retrieved 2010-08-07.
- "Tom Sutton Political analyst". Retrieved 2010-08-07.