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Rodney Kath (police chief) Police Chief of Arlington Heights Police Department from 1980-2004. Father of the late great Terry Kath of the rock group Chicago. Terry Kath (musician) Guitarist and singer for the rock band Chicago (iTunes: singer solist Colour My World, and lead singer Make Me Smile, Wishing You Were Here and more). Died from an accidental gunshot wound in 1978. Terry Kath's father was police chief of Arlington Heights Police Department. Joe Kelly (jazz musician, trumpet, joekellyjazz.com) Played the Gaslight Lounge (13 E. Huron in Chicago) under the name Joe Kelly's Four-Plus-One name. Began calling horses to the post at the inaugural Arlington Million in 1981 and continued calling the horses to the post at Arlington Park until 2003. Rich Koz (horror movie host) Son of Svengoolie, now just Svengoolie, hosted the WFLD channel 32 horror show in Chicago from 1979-1986. Michael Krasny founded Computer Discount Warehouse, now CDW, started with a $3 classified ad in Chicago Tribune to sell his computer. Frederick A. Krehbiel (manufacturing executive) from Hindsdale with his brother John, Jr. inherited Molex founded by his grandfather. Frederick August Krehbiel invented Molex, a plastic material, and founded Molex Products Company in 1938. John Krehbiel, Sr. son of Frederick August turned Molex into one of largest suppliers of electrical and optical connectors. John Hammond Krehbiel (manufacturing executive) from Hindsdale with his brother Frederick inherited Molex founded by his grandfather. Bill Kristol Aid to Vice President Dan Quayle (for which the New Republic dubbed him "Dan Quayle's Brain.") Conservative network television commentator. Editor of the Weekly Standard.

 
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