Oregon City High School
Jonah Nickerson - Pitcher drafted by the Detroit Tigers in 2006 (7th Round), 2006 College World Series Most Outstanding Player. Mayor Alice Norris declared July 7 as Jonah Nickerson Day in Oregon City.
Trevor Wilson - played in the MLB from 1988-1993 and 1995 for the San Francisco Giants and 1998 for the Anaheim Angels.
Lindsey Yamasaki - Professional Women's Basketball player, graduated from Oregon City High School in 1998 after leading team to 4 straight State Championships and 3 straight National Championships. Lindsey also excelled in volleyball, where she was the Gatorade Oregon Volleyball player of the year in 1996 and 1997.
Norm Rice - Former mayor of Seattle
...and N174UA, of course
...the oldest university west of the Mississippi River, founded before Oregon joined the Union.
Jim F. Albaugh, Boeing IDS CEO.
Mark O. Hatfield, former Governor and U.S. Senator from Oregon
Richard Laymon, author and former Bram Stoker Award Nominee
Cal Lee, American Football Coach
Lisa Murkowski, United States Senator from Alaska
Bob Packwood, former U.S. Senator from Oregon
Ron Saxton, two-time Republican candidate for Governor of Oregon
Nick Symmonds, 7-time NCAA Div. III
800m champion, US indoor track and field champion
Mohamed Ali Alabbar (1981) - Chairman of Emaar Properties; One of the world's largest real estate development firms with $25 billion in assets.
Elgin Baylor - NBA Hall of Famer; general manager, Los Angeles Clippers, 2006 NBA Executive of the Year.
Major General (Ret.) Patrick Henry Brady - recipient of the Medal of Honor
Gary Brinson (1966) - founder and retired chair of Brinson Partners; GP
Brinson Investments; The Brinson Foundation. The January 2003 issue of CFA Magazine named Brinson as one of seven living legends in the investment profession.
Major General Peter Chiarelli (1972) - Director of Operations, U.S. Army, commander of forces in Iraq
Jeffrey Flowers (1965) - President, Marco Polo Hotel Group
William P. Foley, II
(1970, M.B.A.) - Chairman and CEO, Fidelity National Financial
Micheal Gilleran (1971; J.D. 1975) - Commissioner of the West Coast Conference
Ray Heacox (1976) - President and General Manager of KING-TV, KONG-TV and NorthWest Cable News
John E. Hopcroft (1961)- renowned theoretical computer scientist; co-winner 1986 Turing Award
Richard Jones (1972) - Judge; King County Superior Court that sentenced Gary Ridgeway, "The Green River Killer"
Carolyn Kelly (M.B.A.) - President and COO, The Seattle Times
Michael L. Kelly (1975) - Trial Lawyer and Lecturer - Los Angeles, California
Robert Kruse (1995, M.B.A.) - Founder & President of VenLogic LLC
Steve McConnell (1991, M.S. Software Engineering) - Chair of the IEEE Computer Society's Professional Practices Committee
Duff McKagan - Bassist of Velvet Revolver, ex-bassist of Guns N' Roses
Stan W. McNaughton (1974) - CEO, PEMCO Insurance
Charles Mitchell (1974) - Chancellor, Seattle Community Colleges; was president of Seattle Central Community College in 2001 when Time magazine named it “College of the Year.” Former professional football player with the Denver Broncos and Buffalo Bills.
Frank Murkowski (1955) - Former Governor of Alaska and former U.S. Senator from Alaska
Carol Nelson (1974; 1984, MBA) - President, CEO, Cascade Bank
Dino Rossi (1982) - Former Washington State Senator and Republican nominee for Governor of Washington
John D. Spellman (1949) - Former Governor of Washington state.
Lieutenant Commander Charles Swift (J.D.; 1994) - served as legal council for Salim Ahmed Hamdan. Listed as 100 most influential lawyers in the US.
Jim Whittaker (1952) - First American to summit Mount Everest in 1963.
Will Espero (1982) - Hawaii State Senator
Unfortunately, Seattle University has this whore as one of its alums:
Mary Kay Fualaau (formerly Mary Kay Letourneau) (1989) - A former schoolteacher convicted for having a sexual relationship with her underage student.