List of Loyola University Maryland people
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Here follows a list of notable alumni, faculty, administrators, or people affiliated with Loyola University Maryland.
- Dr. Andrée Rose Catalfamo Fee, Associate Professor of Developmental English and Reading at Chesapeake College
- Aloysius C. Galvin, S.J., former Loyola College dean, 17th president of the University of Scranton
- Dr. William L. Heiser, 2nd president of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Baltimore)
- Stephen F. Angel, CEO of Praxair
- Edward A. Crooke, COO of Baltimore Gas and Electric, 1992–99
- Craig Ey, Editor-in-Chief of Philadelphia Business Journal
- Joseph Galli, Jr., CEO of Newell Rubbermaid, 2001–05
- Edward Hanway, CEO of Cigna
- Mark Iskander, former Investor Relations Manager at Giant Food of Maryland and Vice President, Treasurer at The Sports Authority
- Charles John Koch, CEO of Charter One Financial, 1988-2004
- Gregory S. Ledford, Managing Director, Carlyle Group
- Harry Markopolos (1981), former chief investment officer of Rampart Investment Management Co. and early whistleblower of Bernard Madoff
- Erik Nachbahr, CEO and founder of Helion Automotive Technologies
- Marc D. Oken, CFO of Bank of America, 2004–05
- John K. Welch, CEO of USEC
- Timothy Danaher, CFO of JUUL Labs
- H. Gary Bass (1964), Associate Judge, Baltimore City, District 1, District Court of Maryland
- Louis A. Becker III, Associate Judge, Howard County, District 10, District Court of Maryland
- Marielsa A. Bernard, (1977), first judge of Hispanic descent in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
- Thomas J. Bollinger, Sr., (1963), Associate Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit
- Alfred L. Brennan, Sr., (1950), Associate Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit
- John Carroll Byrnes, (1961), Associate Judge, Baltimore City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit
- J. Norris Byrnes, (1962), Associate Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit
- John O. Hennegan, (1969), Associate Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit
- Robert F. Sweeney, Chief Judge, District Court of Maryland
- Robert A. Zarnoch, Judge of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals
- R. Karl Aumann (1982), former Maryland Secretary of State
- Robert C. Baldwin, former Maryland Delegate
- Francis B. Burch (1941), former Attorney General of Maryland
- Andrew J. Burns Jr (1950), former Maryland delegate
- Jill P. Carter, member, Maryland House of Delegates
- Edward L. Cochran (1949), Howard County Executive, 1974-1978
- Jean B. Cryor (1979), former Maryland Delegate
- Terry R. Gilleland, Jr., former member of Maryland House of Delegates
- C. Stuart Knudsen (1949), former member of Maryland House of Delegates
- Hugh Meade (1929), U.S. Congressman for Maryland 2nd District, 1947-1949
- Barbara Mikulski (Mount Saint Agnes College, 1958), United States Senator from Maryland, 1987–present
- John S. Morgan (1984), former member of Maryland House of Delegates, 1991-1999
- Herbert O'Conor (1917), Governor of Maryland from 1939–1947, United States Senator from 1947–1953
- Michael Peroutka, former Constitution Party candidate for President
- Dennis F. Rasmussen (1970), Baltimore County Executive, 1986-1990
- Bryan Simonaire (2005), Maryland State Senator
- Brian Benesch, astronaut
- Edwin A. Fleishman, notable scientist and author
- Michael D. Griffin, administrator of NASA
- Bradley M. Kuhn, former Executive Director of the Free Software Foundation, Phi Beta Kappa Society 1995
- Charles J. Acquisto, author, Wisdom to Grow On, Tap Room Tales
- Susanne Althoff, Boston Globe magazine editor
- Mark Bowden, B.A. 1973, journalist and author (Black Hawk Down)
- Tom Clancy, B.A. 1969, author
- George Herman, B.A. 1950, playwright (A Company of Wayward Saints)
- Tom Kuegler, author of business and Internet marketing
- Deborah Rudacille, writer
- Steven B. Smith, poet
- Joe Wenderoth, poet
- Matthew J. Brewster, pentathlon competitor
- Michael Burke, former soccer player
- Steve Butz, Baltimore Orioles mascot
- Paul Cantabene (1993), former professional lacrosse player; head coach of Stevenson University's men's lacrosse team
- Frank Cashen (1945), General Manager of the Baltimore Orioles and New York Mets, won 1986 World Series
- Harry Child, former Major League Baseball pitcher with the Washington Senators
- Diane Geppi-Aikens (1984), women's college lacrosse coach
- Katie Hoff, swimmer who holds the world record for the Women's 400m individual medley; former student and volunteer assistant swimming coach
- Milos Kocic (2008), goalkeeper for D.C. United and Toronto FC
- Christof Lindenmayer (1999), retired professional soccer player for the Columbus Crew; assistant men's soccer coach at the university
- Mike Malone, Sacramento Kings head coach
- Jim McKay (1943), sports broadcaster, winner of 13 Emmy Awards
- Doug Miller, former professional soccer player; current youth soccer coach
- Mike Morrison, drafted by the Phoenix Suns in the 2nd round (24th pick, 51st overall) of the 1989 NBA draft
- Gordie Mueller, relief pitcher for the Boston Red Sox that played only one season in 1950
- Jimmy Patsos, former head men's basketball coach, 2004-2013.
- Michael Phelps, swimmer with 8 Olympic medals; former volunteer assistant swimming coach
- Skip Prosser, former men's basketball coach, 1993–94
- Philip Scholz, S-11 category swimmer; set multiple American Paralympic records
- Zach Thornton (1998), goalkeeper for the New York/New Jersey MetroStars, Chicago Fire and Chivas USA
- Joe Wise, Paralympian swimmer
- Dennis Wit, retired U.S. national soccer player
- Joseph C. Martin, Roman Catholic priest, recovering alcoholic and renowned speaker/educator on the issues of alcoholism and drug addiction
- J. Francis Stafford, Vatican Cardinal
- Noah Weinberg, rabbi
- Soane Patita Paini Mafi, Catholic Bishop and Cardinal of Tonga[better source needed]
- John A Gardecki, classical pianist
- David Villa, singer and songwriter for Silver Edition
- Jah Works, roots reggae band formed by a group of Loyola students on a study abroad program in Belgium
- Pete Connolley, contestant on 2009's Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Fresh Meat; finished third
- Heather Cooke, cast member on The Real World: Las Vegas
- Devin A. DiCristofaro, philanthropist
- Suzanne Lee - 2012 Emmy winner for her work on the NBC 2012 London Olympics live coverage
- Jimmy McNulty, fictional protagonist of the HBO series The Wire
- J. Brady Murphy, B.A., 1939, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation; killed in the Line of Duty, 1953
- Azikiwe K. Rich, Supervising Analyst, Mayor's Office of Management and Budget, New York City
- Allyson Solomon, first female and first black brigadier general in the Maryland Air National Guard
- Gwen Stevens, protagonist of Gwen Asher's book The Pretend Wife
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- "Loyola alumnus named Cristo Rey Jesuit High School President - Newsroom - Loyola University Maryland". www.loyola.edu. Retrieved 2016-07-25.
- "Craig Ey named Business Journal editor". 2010-08-04.
- "Madoff Whistleblower Harry Markopolos to speak Nov. 3," Loyola University Maryland, Wednesday, October 27, 2010.
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- Herbert R. O'Conor, Governor of Maryland 1939–1947 (Democrat) – Archives of Maryland (Biographical Series).
- "Globe names new magazine editor". The Boston Globe. 2009-04-21.
- Paul Cantabene (biography) – Stevenson University Athletics.
- Wells, Kevin. "Former Orioles and Mets GM Led Champions," Loyola (Magazine of Loyola University Maryland), Friday, July 22, 2011.
- Schwerin, Bo. "Game On," Loyola (Magazine of Loyola University Maryland), April 2010.
- "Men's Soccer Milos Kocic Taken by D.C. United in MLS Draft," Loyola University Maryland Alumni Association, Thursday, January 15, 2009.
- Christof Lindenmayer (biography) – Loyola University Maryland Athletics.
- "Mike Malone '94 Named Sacramento Kings' Head Coach". loyolagreyhounds.com. Loyola Greyhounds. June 3, 2013. Retrieved June 3, 2013.
- Mihale (2008-06-07). "Jim McKay, Pioneer Sports Broadcaster, Dies at 86". New York Times.
- ESPN - Scholz overcomes odds to set records at Loyola - College Sports
- Soane Patita Paini Mafi
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-09-04. Retrieved 2008-10-26.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)