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Marquette University alumni include graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students.

The list of Marquette University alumni includes graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of Marquette University (MU) and Marquette University Law School (MULS), both located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Alumni relations are administered by the Marquette University Alumni Association, an organization of over 100,000 people worldwide. Its mission is "to develop a passionate community of Marquette alumni in support of the university and each other."[1] Many alumni are involved in the media and government, especially in Wisconsin. Alumni from Marquette's College of Communications also make up a large portion of many newspaper staffs throughout the state.

Arts and media[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Marc Alaimo Actor [2]
Don Ameche 1929 Academy Award-winning actor [3]
Tab Baker Actor [4]
Shauna Singh Baldwin 1983 Author [5]
Kamla Bhatt Indian podcaster [6]
Joan Biskupic 1978 USA Today correspondent, U.S. Supreme Court biographer [7]
Peter Bonerz 1960 TV and film actor and director, best known for The Bob Newhart Show [8]
Ann Brill 1985 Dean of the School of Journalism at Kansas University [9]
Marion Caunter 2002 Malaysian video jockey, events MC, and television personality [10]
Greg Cergol WNBC's Long Island correspondent [11]
Margaret Coel 1960 Author of Father John/Wind River mystery series [12]
Gail Collins 1976 Author and New York Times columnist [12]
Anthony Crivello 1978 Tony Award-winning actor and screenwriter [13]
Mark Curtis 1981 TV journalist, author and political analyst [14]
Pat Donohue Acoustic guitarist, mainstay of Garrison Keeler's A Prairie Home Companion radio program with house band [15]
Nicholas D'Agosto 2002 Actor [16]
Alexander C. Eschweiler N/A Architect [17]
Chris Farley 1986 Actor, comedian and Saturday Night Live cast member; wore his Marquette Rugby jacket during a college scene in Tommy Boy[18] [19]
Kevin Farley 1998 Actor and comedian; brother of Chris Farley [20]
James Foley 1996 Freelance journalist who was decapitated by ISIS (ISIL) in Syria in 2014[21] [22][23]
Pat Finn 1987 Actor [20]
Michael F. Flynn 1971 Science-fiction writer, author of In the Country of the Blind [24]
Bernard E. Gruenke [25]
Charles Harbutt 1956 Photographer[26] [24]
Dan Harmon Creator of Community [27]
John M. Higgins 1984 Reporter [28]
Hildegarde (Hildegarde Sell) N/A Vocalist popular in the early 20th century; trained at Marquette's College of Music in the 1920s [29]
Bill Johnson Alto saxophonist, clarinetist, and arranger [citation needed]
Len Kasper 1993 Chicago Cubs broadcaster for WGN-TV [30]
Tom Keegan 1981 Author, journalist, radio personality [31]
Martin Kilcoyne 1990 Sports director, FOX 2 St. Louis [32]
Kate Klise 1985 Author, known for her children's books [33]
Jim Krueger 1989 Comic book writer [34]
Trenni Kusnierek On-air personality, WTMJ (AM) [35]
Greg Kot 1978 Pop music critic for the Chicago Tribune; co-host of NPR's Sound Opinions [12]
Matthew Lesko 1965 Television commercial and infomercial personality [36]
James Lowder 1985 Author and editor [37]
Felicia Mabuza-Suttle 1977 Former host, The Felicia Show, South Africa television (12 years) [38]
Amy Madigan 1972 Actress [24]
Don McNeill 1929 Radio personality known for being the creator and host of The Breakfast Club [39]
Jim Mitchell Illustrator and underground comix writer/artist [40]
Preacher Moss 1988 Comedian and writer [41]
Peter Mulvey 1991 Folk singer-songwriter [42]
Sean Patrick Murphy 1994 Actor [43]
William F. Mullen III Brigadier General, United States Marine Corps [44]
Kevin O'Brien Author [45]
Pat O'Brien N/A Actor [46]
Bob Odenkirk attended but did not graduate Actor, Breaking Bad and its spin-off Better Call Saul [47]
Arthur Olszyk 1944 Prominent Milwaukee newsman at WTMJ-AM; later professor of broadcast journalism for seven years at Marquette [48]
Michele Palermo 1992 Playwright, actress, producer, and director [49]
Jim Peck 1962 Local television personality [50]
Charles P. Pierce 1975 Journalist and author of Moving the Chains: Tom Brady and the Pursuit of Everything [51]
Jessica Powers N/A Poet and Carmelite nun [52]
Danny Pudi 2001 Actor, Community [20]
John D. Rateliff Game designer, author, J.R.R. Tolkien scholar [53]
Steve Rushin 1988 Former columnist, Sports Illustrated magazine [30]
John W. Schaum 1931 Piano teacher; writer of many books of sheet music [54]
Michael Schultz 1963 Filmmaker and television actor [55]
Rondell Sheridan 1980 Actor, known for That's So Raven [56]
Tom Snyder attended but did not graduate Former host, CBS' Late Late Show [57]
Mark Suppelsa 1984 Anchor, WGN News Chicago [24]
Clifford Thompson 1944 One of the world's tallest men; remains the tallest man to appear in a Hollywood film [58]
Ben Tracy 1998 (BA), 2004 (MA) Emmy Award-winning CBS News correspondent [59]
Don Wadewitz 2000 Sports broadcaster for the Alverno College, Racine Raiders, University of Wisconsin–Whitewater, and Milwaukee Area Technical College [60]
Paul W. Whear 1946 Composer, wrote the anthem of the Naval R.O.T.C. [61]

Public figures[edit]

Business[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Wylie A. Aitken 1965 Co-founder of law firm Aitken, Aitken, and Cohn [62]
Susan Bird Founder and CEO of Wf360 [63]
Edward Brennan 1956 Former chairman of Sears, Roebuck and Company [64]
Eliyahu Federman 2010 Vice President of 1SaleAday L.L.C. [65]
John Ferraro 1977 Global Chief Operating Officer, Ernst and Young, LLP [66]
Luther W. Graef Founder of Graef, Anhalt, Schloemer and Associates Inc., former President of American Society of Civil Engineers [67]
Patrick E. Haggerty 1936 Co-founder of Texas Instruments [31]
Mary Houghton Co-founder of ShoreBank [68]
Darren Jackson 1986 Executive vice president and Chief Executive Officer at Advance Auto Parts [69]
Konstance Knox 1977 Virologist and entrepreneur known for founding Viracor, the Wisconsin Viral Research Group, and Viracor's Institute for Viral Pathogenesis [70]
Robert M. Mosher 1974 Inventor of Bagel Bites [71]
John Rakolta 1970 CEO of Walbridge; one of the National Finance Chairs for Mitt Romney's 2008 presidential campaign [72]
James A. Runde 1969 Former Vice Chairman of Morgan Stanley [73]
Patrick R. McNamee 1982 Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Express Scripts [74]
William C. Stone 1977 Chairman and CEO of SS&C Technologies [75]
Charles M. Williams 1982 Chief Administrative Officer, Global Corporate and Investment Banking, Bank of America [76]
Robert L. Hulseman not known Former CEO and inventor of the red Solo cup [77]
Joe Gold 1988 Chief Executive of America's, Barclay's Capital

Politics and government[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Kathleen Abernathy 1983 Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP, former FCC Commissioner [78][79]
James Waldo Ackerman 1947 (BS), 1949 (JD) U.S. District Court Judge in Illinois [80]
Tom Ament 1959 (BS), 1962 (JD) County Executive of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, 1992-2002 [81]
Dolores Balderamos-García Minister of Human Development, Women and Civil Society of Belize [82]
Gary J. Barczak 1961 Wisconsin legislator [83]
Gerald R. Beaman U.S. Navy admiral [84]
Dismas Becker Wisconsin legislator and civil rights activist [85]
Steven M. Biskupic 1983 (BA), 1987 (JD) Prominent U.S. attorney [86]
Gerald J. Boileau U.S. Representative [87]
Warren Braun 1956 (BS), 1971 (JD) Former Wisconsin State Senator [88]
Cecil B. Brown, Jr. Wisconsin and civil rights activist [89]
F. Taylor Brown U.S. Navy admiral [90]
Edward R. Brunner 1970 Former Judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals [91]
Brian Burke 1978 Wisconsin attorney and legislator [92]
Ed Callahan Former Chairman of the National Credit Union Administration [93]
Carlos Camacho Governor of Guam [94]
Felix Perez Camacho Former Governor of Guam [95]
Raymond Joseph Cannon U.S. Representative [96]
Louis J. Ceci Wisconsin Supreme Court [97]
John T. Chisholm District attorney of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin [98]
Vincent Cianci Also known as "Buddy", former Mayor, Providence, Rhode Island [99]
John Louis Coffey Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals [100]
Pedro Colón 1991 First elected Latino representative of the Wisconsin State Assembly [101]
David Cullen 1984 Member of Wisconsin State Assembly [102]
James P. Daley U.S. National Guard general [103]
Sara Lynn Darrow 1992 District judge on the United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois [104]
Angela Dentice 1970 Prominent Milwaukee attorney; first woman elected president of the Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers [105]
Kerry J. Donley Member of the Alexandria, Virginia City Council; former Mayor of Alexandria, 1996-2003 [106]
John Doyne 1934 First County Executive of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin [107]
Sister Diane Drufenbrock Nun and Socialist candidate for Vice President in 1980 [citation needed]
Terence T. Evans Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (appointed by President Bill Clinton, 1995); former Judge and Chief Judge for the Eastern District of Wisconsin (appointed by President Jimmy Carter, 1979) [108]
Scott Evertz First openly gay director of the Office of National AIDS Policy [109]
Margaret Farrow 1956 Former Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin [24]
James Fleissner 1979 Attorney and a Professor of Law at Mercer University School of Law [110]
Gerald T. Flynn U.S. Representative [111]
James Flynn Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin [112]
Kurt Frank 1971 Former member of the Wisconsin State Senate [113]
Jessica Gavora 1986 Conservative writer on politics and culture, speechwriter, and former policy adviser at the U.S. Department of Justice [114]
Janine P. Geske Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court [115]
John Gower Member of Wisconsin State Assembly [116]
William C. Griesbach 1976 (BA), 1979 (JS) U.S. federal judge [117]
E. Harold Hallows Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court [118]
Ned R. Healy U.S. Representative from California [119]
Stephen Hollingshead 1992 (MA), 1996 (PhD) Senior Adviser to the United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development [120]
Mark Honadel Member of Wisconsin State Assembly [121]
Henry P. Hughes Justice of Wisconsin Supreme Court [122]
Kathleen Hall Jamieson 1967 Dean, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania [24]
William K. Kelley Deputy Counsel to George W. Bush [123]
Kristina Keneally New South Wales politician [124]
Charles J. Kersten 1925 U.S. Representative [125]
John C. Kleczka U.S. Representative [126]
Dale P. Kooyenga 2007 Member of Wisconsin State Assembly [102]
Dick Leinenkugel 1980 Current Wisconsin Secretary of Commerce [127]
Jerris Leonard 1952 (BS), 1955 (LLB) Member of the Wisconsin Senate [128]
Peter F. Leuch Former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly [129]
Gerald Lorge Wisconsin politician [130]
Brian E. Luther 1984 U.S. Navy admiral [131]
Donald A. Manzullo U.S. Representative, Republican [132]
William A. Matheny U.S. Air Force general [133]
Mary Beth Maxwell Senior Advisor in the United States Department of Labor [134]
Joseph McCarthy U.S. Senator, Republican [135]
Earl F. McEssy 1939 Former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly [136]
Ralph Metcalfe US Olympian, U.S. Representative [137]
Gerald L. Miller 1964 U.S. Marine Corps general [138]
Louis Molepske 2001 Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly [102]
Gwendolynne S. Moore 1978 U.S. Representative [102]
Stephen Murphy III 1984 Federal judge on the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan [139]
Edouard Nomo-Ongolo Former Government Minister for Commerce and Industry (Cameroon); former General Manager of Chase Bank, Cameroon; retired diplomat [140]
Richard C. Nowakowski N/A Former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly [141]
Leo P. O'Brien Former member of the Wisconsin State Senate [142]
Jim Ott 2000 Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly [102]
Rudolf "Rudy" Perpich Former Governor of Minnesota [143]
Milton Rice Polland Progressive Republican leader, ambassador-at-large for the Republic of the Marshall Islands [144]
Tony Palomo B.S. Journalism, 1954 Journalist; historian of Guam; Senator in the 12th, 14th, and 15th Guam Legislatures [145]
Dean G. Popps 1970 Former Acting United States Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology [citation needed]
Don Pridemore 1977 Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly [102]
Kenneth M. Quinn President of the World Food Prize Foundation, former U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia [146]
David Rabinovitz 1927 U.S. District Court Judge [147]
Michele Radosevich 1969 U.S. politician and lawyer [148]
Toby Roth U.S. Representative [149]
Loret Miller Ruppe U.S. diplomat [150]
William Everest Ryan U.S. Government official [151]
Ben L. Salomon Medal of Honor recipient [152]
John Schmitz U.S. Representative, 1972 American Independent Party Presidential candidate [153]
Martin J. Schreiber Former governor of Wisconsin [154]
Wilfred Schuele Former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly and Wisconsin State Senate [155]
Francis Slay Mayor of St. Louis, Missouri [citation needed]
Lawrence H. Smith U.S. Representative [156]
Dave Sullivan State Senator of Illinois, 1998-2006; Crane's Chicago Business "Top 40 Under 40" [157]
Diane S. Sykes Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit; former Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court; appointed by President George W. Bush, 2002 [158]
John H. Szymarek 1895 Former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly [159]
John F. Tefft Deputy Chief of Mission at the United States Embassy in Moscow, 1996-1999; United States Ambassador to Lithuania, 2000-2003; Ambassador of the United States of America to Georgia, 2005–present [160]
Robert Emmet Tehan 1927 (AB), 1929 (LL.B.) Former United States federal judge [161]
Froilan Tenorio 1967 Former Governor of the United States Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands [162]
Lewis D. Thill U.S. Representative [163]
Barbara Toles 1997 Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly [102]
Stephen A. Turcotte U.S. Navy admiral [164]
Luis R. Visot U.S. Army Major General [165]
Leah Vukmir 1980 Member of Wisconsin Senate [102]
Scott Walker N/A Current Governor of Wisconsin; although he received enough credits to be considered an alumnus, Walker did not actually graduate from Marquette University [166]
Thaddeus Wasielewski U.S. Representative [167]
Don S. Wenger U.S. Air Force Major General [168]
Patrick Willis 1972 Circuit Court Judge in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin [169]
Tadashi Yamamoto MBA 1962 Founder of the Japan Center for International Exchange, the Shimoda Conference, and the U.S.-Japan Parliamentary Exchange Program [170]
Francis A. Yindra Former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly and the Wisconsin State Senate [171]
Clement J. Zablocki U.S. Representative [172]
Richard J. Zaborski 1953 Former member of the Wisconsin State Senate [173]
Carl Zeidler Former Mayor of Milwaukee [174]
Annette Ziegler 1989 Justice on the Wisconsin Supreme Court [102]

Humanities and social sciences[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Semhar Araia 1999 Social activist and international lawyer [175]
Robert J. Beck Scholar of international law and international relations [176]
Paul Chamberlain Theologian, philosopher [177]
Paul Copan Professor of Philosophy and Ethics at Palm Beach Atlantic University [178]
Walter A. Davis 1964 (BA), 1966 (MA) Philosopher, critic, playwright, and author of books on psychoanalysis, Marxism, existentialism, Hegelian dialectics and postmodernism [179]
Marc H. Ellis Theologian, philosopher [180]
Roberto S. Goizueta 1984 Theologian [181]
Scott Hahn Theologian [182]
John Maxwell Hamilton 1969 Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost of Louisiana State University [183]
Elizabeth Hirschboeck Humanitarian [184]
Donald J. Hying Roman Catholic bishop [185]
Mel Lawrenz Author, speaker, and senior pastor of Elmbrook Church, the largest church in Wisconsin [186]
William D. Lutz Linguist [187]
Francis MacDonnell Professor of History at Southern Virginia University [188]
William Marr 1963 Poet and translator; author of books of Chinese poetry [189]
William Patrick O'Connor Fifth Bishop of Superior (1942-46); first Bishop of Madison (1946–67) [citation needed]
John Joseph Paul 1956 Bishop Emeritus of the Roman Catholic Diocese of La Crosse [190]
John Peter Pelissero 1975 Provost and Professor of Political Science Loyola University Chicago [191]
Alexa Suelzer Author, educator and theologian known for her Old Testament criticism [citation needed]
Paul Francis Tanner Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine [192]
Kerry S. Walters 1980 Professor of Philosophy at Gettysburg College and award-winning author of numerous books on philosophy and religion [193]
William J. Whalen Non-fiction writer and an expert on comparative religion [194]

Engineering and sciences[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Donald Laub 1960 Prominent plastic surgeon; Chief of Plastic Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine 1968-1980
Robert B. Pinter 1957 Biomedical engineer and authority on signal processing in the insect visual system [195]

Sports[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
George Allen NFL head coach, member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame [196]
George Andrie Dallas Cowboys player [197]
Ray Apolskis NFL player [198]
Frank Aschenbrenner Professional football player [199]
Ed Aspatore NFL player [200]
Wayland Becker NFL player [201]
Al Bentzin NFL player [202]
Gene Berce NBA player [203]
Dick Bilda NFL player [204]
Frank Bohlmann NFL player [205]
Jim Boylan NBA assistant coach, currently with the Milwaukee Bucks [206]
Tom Braatz NFL player and general manager [207]
David Braden NFL player [208]
Brian Brunkhorst Professional basketball player [209]
Ray Buivid NFL player [210]
Art Bultman NFL player for the Brooklyn Dodgers and Green Bay Packers [211]
Ray Busler NFL player [212]
Richard Burton 1991 Commissioner, Australian National Basketball League (NBL) [30]
Jimmy Butler NBA player [213]
Dick Campbell NFL player [214]
Jim Capuzzi NFL player [215]
Jim Chones Former ABA and NBA player [216]
Tom Copa NBA player [217]
Chris Crawford Played seven years with the NBA's Atlanta Hawks [218]
Tommy Cronin NFL player [219]
Jae Crowder NBA player for the Boston Celtics [220]
Ward Cuff Former New York Giants player [221]
Don Curtin NFL player [222]
Pahl Davis NFL player [223]
Travis Diener Point guard with the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers [224]
Lavern Dilweg NFL player; U.S. Representative [225]
Bill Downey Professional basketball player [226]
Danny Downes Retired professional mixed martial artist formerly with the WEC and the UFC [227]
Ron Drzewiecki NFL player [228]
Wilfred Duford NFL player [229]
Red Dunn NFL player [230]
Maurice "Bo" Ellis 1977 Former NBA player and college basketball coach [56]
Steve Enich NFL player [231]
John Fahay NFL player [232]
Dick Flaherty NFL player [233]
Lawrence Frank Former NBA head coach [234]
William Gates A protagonist in the movie Hoop Dreams [235]
Ed Glick NFL player [236]
John Goodyear NFL player [237]
George Groves Professional football player [238]
Arthur Guepe Commissioner of the Ohio Valley Conference [239]
Jim Hague 1979 Sportswriter [240]
Bo Hanley NFL player and head coach [241]
Pete Hall NFL player [242]
Bob Harlan Former president and chief executive officer, Green Bay Packers [243]
John Harrington Professional football player [244]
Norbert Hayes NFL player [245]
Lazar Hayward NBA player currently signed by the Minnesota Timberwolves [246]
Lester Hearden NFL player [247]
Johnny Heimsch NFL player [248]
Darius Johnson-Odom 2012 NBA player for the Los Angeles Lakers [249]
Swede Johnston NFL player [250]
Mike Jurewicz MLB player [251]
Dorothy Kamenshek AAGPBL player [252]
Karl Kassulke NFL player [253]
Al Klug Professional football player [254]
Don Kojis Two-time NBA All-Star [255]
Frank Kosikowski Professional football player [256]
Jack Kramer Professional football player [257]
Ray Kuffel Professional football player [258]
Bob Lackey Professional basketball player [259]
Joe LaFleur NFL player [260]
Oxie Lane NFL player [261]
Irv Langhoff NFL player [262]
Erica Larson Five-time winner of the Pikes Peak Marathon [263]
Alfred "Butch" Lee MVP of the 1977 Final Four; former NBA player [264]
Frank Linnan NFL player [265]
Maurice Lucas Won 1977 NBA Championship with Portland Trail Blazers [266]
Jerry Lunz NFL player [267]
Mel Maceau Professional football player [268]
Pudge MacKenzie NHL player [269]
Rick Majerus Head basketball coach of St. Louis University; former commentator for ESPN, head basketball coach at Marquette University, Ball State University and the University of Utah [270]
Wesley Matthews NBA player [271]
Amal McCaskill NBA player [272]
Francis J. McCormick NFL player [citation needed]
Larry McGinnis NFL player [273]
Allie McGuire 1973 NBA player [274]
Jim McIlvaine Played seven years in the NBA with the Washington Bullets, Seattle SuperSonics and New Jersey Nets [275]
Larry McNeill NBA player [276]
Dean Meminger NBA player [277]
Frank Mestnik NFL player [278]
Ralph Metcalfe World-record holding sprinter and Olympic gold medalist [279]
Steve Novak NBA player, most recently of the New York Knicks [280]
Ken Radick NFL player for the Green Bay Packers and Brooklyn Dodgers [281]
Glenn "Doc" Rivers 1985 NBA star; head coach of Los Angeles Clippers [31]
Herb Roedel Professional football player [282]
Fritz Roeseler NFL player [283]
Gene Ronzani NFL player and head coach [284]
Leroy Schoemann NFL player [285]
Carl Schuette NFL player [286]
Vincent Shekleton NFL player [287]
Ralph Shinners Centerfielder for New York Giants and St. Louis Cardinals; remains the only Major League player to come out of Marquette [288]
John Sisk, Jr. NFL player [289]
Tony Smith Former NBA player drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers in 1990 [290]
Johnny Strzykalski NFL player [291]
Claude Taugher NFL player [292]
Joe Thomas NBA player [293]
Milt Trost NFL player [294]
Don Vosberg NFL player [295]
Dwyane Wade N/A NBA player for the Chicago Bulls [296]
Lloyd Walton NBA player [297]
Brian Wardle Head coach of UW-Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball [298]
Ken Wendt NFL player [299]
Jerome Whitehead NBA player [300]
Mike Wilson NBA player [301]
Whitey Woodin NFL player [302]
Sam Worthen NBA player [303]
Joe Young Professional football player [304]

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