List of St. Petersburg College alumni

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This list of St. Petersburg College alumni includes graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of St. Petersburg College.

Steve Lombardozzi Baltimore Orioles Utility Player

Alumni Notability
Kurt Abbott MLB player for the Oakland Athletics and the Florida Marlins[1]
Alfredo Amézaga Utility infielder with the Florida Marlins
Carroll Baker Actress, Baby Doll (1956) and How the West Was Won (1962)
Gus Bilirakis Current U.S. Representative
Bruce G. Blowers Classically trained musician, singer-songwriter
Tee Corinne Activist for lesbian sexual, literary, and artistic expression
William C. Cramer Former U.S. Representative
Victor Crist Current member of the Florida Senate
Gerina Di Marco Latin-American musician
Gloria Ehret Former golfer on the LPGA Tour
Frank Farkas Former member of the Florida House of Representatives
Mike Fasano Current member of the Florida Senate
George Greer Circuit Court Judge in Florida who presided over the Terri Schiavo case
Ed Hooper Current member of the Florida House of Representatives
Doug Jamerson Former Florida Commissioner of Education
Dennis L. Jones Current member of the Florida Senate
James E. King Former member of the Florida Senate
Elizabeth A. Kovachevich Current United States District Judge
Carl M. Kuttler, Jr. Former President of St. Petersburg College
Janet C. Long Current member of the Florida House of Representatives
Henry Lyons Former President of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.
Nick Masset Current Major League Baseball pitcher for the Chicago White Sox
E. Ann McGee Current President of Seminole Community College
Jim Morrison Singer-songwriter of The Doors, briefly attended
Peter Nehr Current member of the Florida House of Representatives
Steve Oelrich Current member of the Florida Senate
Jim Sorvillo Current member of the Arkansas House of Representatives
Nicole P. Stott NASA astronaut
Bobby Wilson Current Major League Baseball catcher for the Texas Rangers
Frank Wren Current General Manager for the Atlanta Braves

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kurt Abbott Stats". Baseball Almanac. Retrieved December 21, 2012.