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Frank Palmatier (1924-2004) (patent attorney, village planner, Arlington Heights village board member 1965-1989) Arlington Heights board member responsible for bringing Lake Michigan water to Arlington Heights, developing Lake Arlington and planning flood control. Albert Parson (1848-1887) member of Chicago's Social Revolutionary Club, rejected socialism and became anarchist and Haymarket martyr, executed for role in Haymarket Massacre. Walter Payton (1954-1999) (running back) Chicago Bears #34 contributed 16,726 rushing yards with 100 touchdowns during his career with the Bears ... missed only one game in his career. Did charity work for neglected and abused children. Died of bile duct cancer that was discovered during his treatment for primary sclerosing cholangitis, a rare liver disease (Payton34.com). Reverend Michael Louis Pfleger (Catholic Priest) pastor of the mostly African American Saint Sabina Catholic Church in Chicago's Auburn Gresham neighborhood. Controversial in outreach to prostitutes, erecting billboards against 'disrespectful' rappers, defacing signs of businesses selling drug paraphernalia, and support of Reverend Jeremiah Wright. Brian Piccolo (football running back) Chicago Bears #41 was just 26 years old when he died of a rare form of cancer, embryonal cell carcinoma, on June 16, 1970 (www.brianpiccolo.org). Thomas James Perkins (born 1932) is an American businessman, capitalist, and was one of the founders of leading venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers. Served as a director of Applied Materials, Compaq, Corning Glass, Genentech, Hewlett-Packard, and Philips Electronics. He served as the only chairman of Tandem Computers, from its founding in 1974 until its 1997 merger with Compaq and was also chairman of Genentech from 1976 until 1990.
During the HP/Compaq merger fight in 2001, Perkins was a member of the Compaq board and an outspoken supporter of the merger. He joined the HP Board of Directors in the merger, retired, and officially rejoined the HP board days before Carly Fiorina was fired from her posts as chairman and chief executive officer of HP. Jim Peterik (Singer/songwriter) (
www.jimpeterik.com) Co-founded Ides of March with schoolmates in Berwyn, Illinois in 1965. Wrote and sang 'Vehicle' with The Ides of March. Co-wrote hits Rocking Into the Night, Hold on Loosely, Caught Up in You, Wild-Eyed Southern Boys, and Fantasy Girl for .38 Special. Co-founded band Survivor in 1978, which had their first million seller with Eye of the Tiger (Rocky III theme) ... and much more.


   
Liz Phair
(Indie rock singer) Born in Connecticutt and raised in Winnetka, Illinois.
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Frederik
Pohl (fiction writer) lived in Palatine and was awarded grand master of science fiction by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. His best books are said to be
The Gateway Trip : Tales & Vignettes and Man Plus. Robert A. Pritzker ...   Thomas J. Pritzker ... George Mortimer Pullman American utopian industrialist and inventor of the Pullman sleeping car.


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