List of Willamette University alumni

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This is a list of the notable alumni of Willamette University, a post-secondary school in Salem, Oregon in the United States. Founded in 1842 as the Oregon Institute, alumni have included those in Congress, the state government, and in the federal and state courts.

Note that the people listed may have only attended the university and may not have graduated.

University[edit]

This includes alumni of the main school. Those who also attended one of the university's graduate schools are listed in those sections as well.

Name Attended Notability Reference
James Albaugh (b. 1950) Boeing executive [1]
Bruce Anderson (b. 1944) 1962–66 Linebacker in the National Football League [2]
Thomas A. Bartlett (b. 1930) 1947–49 Educator, Chancellor of the State University of New York and the Oregon University System [3]
Charles B. Bellinger (1839–1905) Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Oregon [4]
Douglas H. Bosco (b. 1946) 1963–1968 U.S. Representative from California; also attended the law school [5]
Bruce Botelho (b. 1948) B.A. 1971 Alaska Attorney General and mayor of Juneau, Alaska; also attended the law school [6]
George M. Brown (1864–1934) Class of 1885 Oregon Attorney General and justice on the Oregon Supreme Court [7]
James M. Brown (b. 1941) Class of 1964 Oregon Attorney General and county district attorney [8]
Winifred Byrd (1884–1970) Concert pianist and educator
J. R. Campbell (b. 1918) B.A. 1940 Justice on the Oregon Supreme Court and judge of the Oregon Court of Appeals; also attended the law school [9]
Terry Cooney (b. 1933) Former Major League Baseball umpire
Robert Eakin (1848–1917) Class of 1873 Justice on the Oregon Supreme Court [7]
Sam Farr (b. 1941) B.S. 1963 U.S. Representative from California [10]
James Martin Fitzgerald (b. 1920) B.A. 1950 Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Alaska and the Alaska Supreme Court; also attended the law school [11]
Theodore Thurston Geer (1851–1924) Governor of Oregon [7]
Melvin Clark George (1849–1933) U.S. Representative from Oregon [7]
Alonzo Gesner (1842–1912) Oregon State Senator [12]
Joseph K. Gill (1841–1931) 1864–1865 Founder of J. K. Gill Company [7]
Edith Green (1910–1987) 1927–1929 U.S. Representative from Oregon [13]
Andrew Halcro (b. 1964) Member of the Alaska House of Representatives [14]
Bert E. Haney (1879–1943) Judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit [15]
Mark Hatfield (1922–2011) 1940–1943 Governor of Oregon, United States Senator, and state legislator [16]
Willis C. Hawley (1864–1941) Class of 1888 Congressman, president of Willamette; also attended the law school [17]
Liz Heaston (b. 1977) Class of 1999 First woman to score in a college football game [18]
Thomas Hemingway Class of 1962 Brigadier General in the U.S. Air Force; also attended the law school [19]
Chauncey Hosford (1820–1911) Minister and educator, attended the Oregon Institute [20]
Charles A. Johns (1857–1932) B.A. 1878 Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court and Supreme Court of the Philippines [7]
Daniel Jones (1830–1891) Leader in the Methodist Episcopal church, first African American student at Willamette [21]
Randall B. Kester (b. 1916) Class of 1937 Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court [22]
Jeff Kruse (b. 1951) B.S. Oregon State Senator [23]
Harry Lane (1855–1917) Class of 1876 Mayor of Portland, U.S. Senator; also attended the medical school [24]
Richard Laymon (1947–2001) B.A. Horror writer [25]
Cal Lee (b. 1946) Football coach [26]
Susan M. Leeson (b. 1946) B.A. 1968 Justice on the Oregon Supreme Court; also attended the law school [27]
Lesil McGuire (b. 1971) B.A. 1993 Member of the Alaska House of Representatives and the Alaska State Senate; also attended the law school [28]
Charles L. McNary (1874–1944) United States Senator from Oregon and 1940 Republican Vice-Presidential nominee [29]
John Hugh McNary (1867–1937) Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Oregon [30]
Alex J. Mandl (b. 1943) Businessman, former president of AT&T [31]
Peter K. Manning (b. 1940) B.A. 1961 Academic, professor at Michigan State University [32]
Robert A. Miller (1854–1941) Politician, member of the Oregon House of Representatives [33]
Laurie Monnes Anderson (b. 1945) B.A. 1968 Member of the Oregon House of Representatives [34]
Charles S. Moore (1857–1915) 1872–1874 Oregon State Treasurer and county judge [35]
Charles B. Moores (1849–1930) B.A. 1870 Speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives [36]
Merrill Moores (1856–1929) U.S. Representative from Indiana [37]
Dale T. Mortensen (b. 1939) B.A. 1961 Professor at Northwestern University; 2010 winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics [38]
Bob Packwood (b. 1932) Class of 1954 United States Senator from Oregon [39]
Patricia Price B.A. 2004 Music producer [40]
Skip Priest B.A. Member of the Washington House of Representatives [41]
Tobias Read (b. 1975) B.A. Member of the Oregon House of Representatives [42]
John W. Reynolds (b. 1875) A.B (1895)
A.M. (1897)
Dean of the law school [43]
Samuel T. Richardson (1857–1921) B.A. 1892 Educator and dean of the law school; also attended the law school [44]
Nancy Ryles (1937–1990) Member of the Oregon House of Representatives, Senate, and Public Utility Commission [45]
Ron Saxton (b. 1954) Class of 1976 Attorney, two-time candidate for Oregon Governor [46]
Herb Schmalenberger (1925–2006) College football coach [47]
Frederick Schwatka (1849–1892) Explorer of the Arctic [48]
Al Siebert (1934–2009) B.S. Psychology author and educator [49]
Otto Richard Skopil, Jr. (b. 1919) B.A. 1941 Judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit; also attended the law school [50]
Robert Freeman Smith (b. 1931) B.A. 1953 Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Oregon's 2nd district; Speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives [51]
Vic Snyder (b. 1947) B.A. 1975 Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Arkansas's 2nd district [52]
Winlock W. Steiwer (1852–1920) Class of 1971 Oregon state senator and county judge [53]
Nick Symmonds (b. 1983) Class of 2006 Distance runner, 2008 Olympian, seven NCAA Div. III titles [54]
Andy Tillman (b. 1952) c. 1970 A founder of the US llama industry [55]
Isaac Homer Van Winkle (1870–1943) Class of 1898 Oregon Attorney General and dean of the College of Law; also attended the law school [56]
John B. Waldo (1844–1907) Class of 1866 Justice on the Oregon Supreme Court [57]
William Waldo (1832–1911) President of the Oregon State Senate [57]
Marie Watt (b. 1967) Class of 1990 Artist [58]
Dick Weisgerber Football player [59]
Edward Curtis Wells (1910–1986) Businessman, vice president at Boeing Company [60]
Frank K. Wheaton (b. 1951) Agent and actor
Richard Williams (1836–1914) Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Oregon's At-large district [61]
John N. Williamson (1855–1943) Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Oregon's 2nd district [62]
Parish L. Willis (1838–1917) B.A. 1865 Oregon State Senator [63]
Greg Zerzan Federal government administrator; also attended the law school [64]

College of Law[edit]

This includes alumni of the College of Law. Those who also attended one of the university's other schools are listed in those sections as well.

Name Attended Notability Reference
William A. Barton J.D. 1972 Trial attorney [65]
Douglas H. Bosco (b. 1946) J.D. 1971 U.S. Representative from California; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [5]
Bruce Botelho (b. 1948) J.D. 1976 Alaska Attorney General and mayor of Juneau, Alaska; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [6]
Jay Bowerman (1876–1957) 1893–1896 Former Governor of Oregon [7]
J. R. Campbell (b. 1918) J.D. 1942 Justice on the Oregon Supreme Court and judge of the Oregon Court of Appeals; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [9]
Wallace P. Carson, Jr. (b. 1934) J.D. 1962 Former Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court [66]
Paul De Muniz J.D. 1975 Current Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court [67]
James Martin Fitzgerald (b. 1920) LL.B. 1951 Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Alaska and the Alaska Supreme Court; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [11]
Jeffrey Grayson (1942–2009) Co-founder of Capitol Consultants and convicted white collar criminal [68]
Mark Hatfield (1922–2011) Former Oregon Secretary of State, Governor, and longtime U.S. Senator; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [69]
Willis C. Hawley (1864–1941) LL.B. 1888 Congressman from Oregon and president of Willamette University; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [70]
Thomas Hemingway J.D. 1965 Brigadier general in the United States Air Force; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [71]
Fern Hobbs (1883–1964) LL.B. 1913 Implemented martial law in Copperfield, Oregon, while serving as private secretary to the Governor of Oregon [72]
Edward H. Howell (1915–1994) LL.B. 1940 Oregon Supreme Court justice [73]
Jay Inslee (b. 1951) J.D. 1976 Current Governor of Washington State, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Washington state [74]
Faith Ireland J.D. 1969 Justice on the Washington Supreme Court [75]
Susan M. Leeson (b. 1946) J.D. 1981 Justice on the Oregon Supreme Court; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [27]
Berkeley Lent (1921–2007) J.D. 1950 Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court and member of both chambers of the Oregon Legislative Assembly [9]
Virginia Linder J.D. 1980 Oregon Supreme Court justice [76]
Amanda Marshall J.D. 1995 United States Attorney [77]
William M. McAllister (1896–1986) LL.B. 1928 Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court and Speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives [78]
John McCourt (1874–1924) Class of 1896 Justice on the Oregon Supreme Court [79]
Lesil McGuire (b. 1971) J.D. 1998 Member of the Alaska Senate and House; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [28]
Conde McCullough (1887–1946) LL.B. 1928 Bridge designer and civil engineer [80]
Bob Mionske (b. 1962) U.S. Olympic racing cyclist
James W. Mott (1883–1945) LL.B. 1917 Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Oregon [81]
Lisa Murkowski (b. 1957) J.D. 1985 United States Senator from Alaska [82]
Albin W. Norblad (1939–2014) Oregon state circuit court judge [83]
E. M. Page (1893–1959) Class of 1913 Oregon Supreme Court justice [84]
Norma Paulus (b. 1933) LL.B. 1962 Oregon Secretary of State and Oregon Superintendent of Public Instruction [85]
Benjamin Hale Settle (b. 1947) J.D. 1972 Federal judge in Washington state [86]
Otto Richard Skopil, Jr. (b. 1919) LL.B. 1946 Federal judge in Oregon and for the Ninth Circuit [87]
John F. Steelhammer Oregon Speaker of the House
Kenneth S. Stern J.D. Defense lawyer [88]
Charles Swindells Former American ambassador and businessman
Isaac Homer Van Winkle (1870–1943) Class of 1901 Oregon Attorney General and dean of the College of Law; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [56]
Walter C. Winslow (1882–1962) LL.B. 1908 Justice pro tempore of the Oregon Supreme Court [89]
Stephen K. Yamashiro (1941–2011) JD 1969 Mayor of Hawaii County [90]
Leon Rene Yankwich (1888–1975) LL.B. 1909 Federal district court judge in California [91]
Greg Zerzan Federal government administrator; also attended Willamette as an undergraduate [64]

Others[edit]

This includes alumni of the Atkinson Graduate School of Management and the defunct College of Medicine. Those who also attended one of the university's other schools are listed in those sections as well.

Name Attended Notability Reference
Jason Atkinson (b. 1970) Atkinson (1997) Member of the Oregon Senate and House of Representatives [92]
Sandy Baruah Atkinson Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development in the United States Commerce Department [93]
David Gomberg Atkinson (1981) Member of the Oregon House of Representatives [94]
Augustus C. Kinney (1845–1908) Medicine (1869) Research on tuberculosis [7]
Harry Lane (1855–1917) Medicine (1878) Mayor of Portland and U.S. Senator [95]
Patricia Price Atkinson (2009) Music producer [96]
Punit Renjen (b. 1961) Atkinson (1986) Businessperson [97]
Levi L. Rowland (1831–1908) Medicine (1872) Oregon Superintendent of Public Instruction and Superintendent of Oregon State Insane Asylum [98]
Loyal B. Stearns (1853–1936) Medicine Member of the Oregon House of Representatives and judge [7]

See also[edit]

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