People: The Dayton Daily News Library has prepared factfiles on the following local people in the news:
Aull, Marie -- naturalist, founder of Aullwood Center.
Baldridge, Jim -- WHIO-TV news anchor
Beattie, Leal -- late DDN sports writer
Beerman, Arthur -- Founder of Elder-Beerman's
Bernardin, Cardinal Joseph -- late archbishop of Cincinnati and Chicago diocese
Blunden, Jeraldyne -- Founder and director of the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company
Boehner, John -- Congressman from southwestern Ohio.
Bombeck, Erma -- Humor columnist from Dayton
Bradley, Russell -- Sheriff of Greene County for 30 years.
Brown, Roger -- former UD basketball star (deceased).
Capizzi, Tony -- former DaytonCommissioner, 1997 mayoral candidate.
Carroll, Timothy and Kathleen -- Adoptive parents investigated after suspicious child deaths
Coslet, Bruce -- coach of the Cincinnati Bengals
Cox, James M. -- Former Ohio governor and founder of the Dayton Daily News
Daniels, Chris -- UD basketball star who died of a heart attack
Davis, Mickey -- former DDN and JH columnist (deceased)
Davis, Willis "Bing" -- Dayton artist
Dayton, Jonathan -- namesake of the city of Dayton
Dugan, Donald -- America's first casualty in Bosnia
Emerick, Edmund Earl III -- convicted of Sloopy's Bar murders
Emm, Lou -- Dayton-area radio personality who died in 1997
Erwin, Duane L. -- CEO of Franciscan Medical Center
Estabrook, Bill -- Former Dayton city manager who sued the city over his dismissal.
Finn, Chester Jr. -- education policy expert, originally from Dayton
Flack, Harley -- president of Wright State University
Fraze, Ermal "Ernie" -- local inventor of pop-top beverage can
Garland, John W. -- president of Central State University.
Gieskes, Hans -- CEO of Lexis-Nexis
Gittleman, Neal -- conductor of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra.
Glenn, John -- U.S. Senator from Ohio
Grossnickle, Jason -- Dayton police officer killed in the line of duty
Hall, Dave -- Mayor of Dayton, 1966-1970
Hall, Matt -- Son of Rep. Tony Hall; died of leukemia at 15.
Hall, Tony -- Congressman from Dayton.
Hall, Sam -- 1960 Olympic medal winner from Dayton
Hasenjager, Joe -- Former Dayton labor leader
Hollingsworth, Kathy -- president and CEO of National City Bank
Hollister, Nancy -- first woman governor of Ohio
Holmes, David -- CEO of Reynolds & Reynolds
Hopfer, Rebecca -- Teenager convicted of killing her newborn
Kessler, John -- Montgomery County judge
Kettering, Virginia -- philathropist
Lemmie, Valerie -- city manager of Dayton
Lewis, Lloyd Jr. -- Dayton City Commissioner
Lowe, Ronald -- Dayton Police Chief
McGee, James H. -- Dayton's first black mayor.
McGill, Jerrie -- former superintendent of Dayton Public Schools
Mershad, Frederick J. -- president and CEO of Elder-Beerman Stores.
Myers, David Lee -- Sentenced to death in 1988 railroad spike slaying
Nelloms, Chris -- One-time Olympic track hopeful convicted on rape charges.
Nyberg, Lars -- CEO of NCR Corp.
Nyerges, Alexander -- Director of the Dayton Art Institute
Orick, Abner -- Two-time Dayton City Commissioner.
Pero, Maureen -- Former interim Dayton City Manager; president of the Downtown Dayton Partnership
Rike, Frederick -- president of Rike-Kumler Co for 40 years.
Ritchie, Therressa Jolynn -- Convicted of killing her 4-year-old daughter
Rogers, Glen E. -- Hamilton native suspected in a series of murders.
Ross, Ted -- Broadway performer from Dayton
Schilling, Ed -- WSU basketball coach
Schott, Marge -- controversial owner of Cincinnati Reds
Schwarz, Hermene -- co-founder of the Dayton Ballet
Schwarz, Josephine -- co-founder of the Dayton Ballet
Smith, Eric -- Englewood city manager acquitted of theft in office.
Taft, Bob -- governor of Ohio.
Tatar, Jerome -- CEO of Mead Corp.
Turner, Mike -- Mayor of Dayton, 1993 --
Underhill, Ralph -- former WSU basketball coach
Voinovich, George -- U.S. Senator, former Ohio governor.
Walker, Johnny -- head of Hara Arena and former Channel 22 broadcaster
Wayne, Don -- longtime Dayton WHIO newscaster
Whalen, Steve -- Dayton police officer killed in the line of duty.
Wilcox, M. Jenny -- freed after 11 years in prison for a crime that apparently never happened
Williams, James A. -- Dayton schools superintendent.
Williams, Tamika -- Chaminade-Julienne girls basketball star who went on to play college ball at the University of Connecticut.
Wiseman, Mary -- Dayton City Commissioner
Zickler, Robert -- Kettering Fire Chief