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Oct 21 2010
1 Pluto — Cartoon Character 14542
2 Humphrey Bogart — Actor (In 1944 Bogart volunteered his yacht Santana (as well as himself) for service with the Coast Guard Temporary Reserve) 7729
3 Tom Waits — Actor, Singer, Song Writer 7613
4 Jeff Bridges — Actor (Served in the regular Coast Guard in the 1960's and as a reservist in the 1970's 7520
5 Popeye — Cartoon Character 5549
6 Ted Turner — Businessman 5329
7 Marlene Dietrich — Actress 4320
8 Chris Cooper — Actor 3059
9 Jack Dempsey — Professional Boxer 2476
10 Walter Cronkite — Newscaster - member of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary and an honorary commodore 2008
11 Lloyd Bridges — Actor (He was a member of Coast Guard Auxiliary and did a number of public service announcements for the Coast Guard) 1904
12 Beau Bridges — Actor (Served from 1959 to 1967 in the Reserves) 1869
13 Arnold Palmer — Professional Golfer 1603
14 Tab Hunter — Actor 1521
15 Cesar Romero — Actor 1514
16 Alex Haley — Writer 1297
17 Buddy Ebsen — Actor 1293
18 Arthur Godfrey — Entertainer 1179
19 Alan Hale, Jr. — Actor 1175
20 Patrick Wayne — Actor 1132
21 Blake Edwards — Writer, Director, Producer 1124
22 Sid Caesar — Comedian 1000
23 Thornton Wilder, writer 829
24 Victor Mature — Actor (Served during World War II) 818
25 Gig Young — Actor 646
26 Nick Adams — Actor (Served 1952-1955) 577
27 Aaron Brown — Broadcast journalist, Professor of Journalism at Arizona State 574
28 Jacob Lawrence — Artist 568
29 Charles Gibson — Newscaster 508
30 Otto Graham — Professional Football Player and Coach 485
31 Gale Gordon — Radio, TV & Movie Actor 436
32 William Hopper, actor 418
33 Sam Nunn — former Senator (GA) 374
34 Richard Cromwell, actor 335
35 Don "The Dragon" Wilson — Martial Arts Master, Actor 267
36 Frank Murkowski — Governor of Alaska & former Senator (AK) 248
37 Claiborne Pell — former Senator (RI) 226
38 Guy Madison — Actor 224
39 G. William Miller — Businessman, Secretary of the Treasury 206
40 Monte Markham — Actor, Producer 199
41 Arthur Fiedler — Conductor, Boston Pops Orchestra 198
42 Jack Kramer — Tennis Professional 157
43 Gene Taylor — Congressman (MS) 152
44 Victor Jory — Actor 140
45 Gower Champion — Dancer, Actor, Director 125
46 Kai Winding — Musician 123
47 Henry Wilcoxon — Actor 122
48 Preston Foster — Actor 102
49 Richard Quine — Actor 101
50 Howard Coble — Congressman (NC) 101
51 Sloan Wilson — Writer 92
52 Jess Oppenheimer — Writer, director, producer of I Love Lucy television show 88
53 Lou Carnesecca — College Basketball Coach 87
54 John Perry — Producer 76
55 Robert Stevens — Actor 75
56 Dorothy C. Stratton, first director of the SPARS 70
57 Robert Horton — Actor 66
58 Edwin O'Connor — Pulitzer Prize winning Author 55
59 Daniel C. Burbank, second Coast Guard astronaut, Captain, USCG 52
60 Derroll Adams — Folk Musician 51
61 Gerald Arpino — Choreographer 40
62 John Mariucci — Professional Hockey Player, National Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee 40
63 Jim Hegan — Professional Baseball Player & Coach 39
64 Bruce E. Melnick — NASA Astronaut, First Coast Guard astronaut 38
65 Frank Brimsek — Professional Hockey Player, National Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee (Served from 1943 to 1945) 34
66 Al Barlick — Professional Baseball Umpire, National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (Served during World War II) 34
67 Wynn Handman — Actor, Director 29
68 Charles S. Shapiro, former U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela 25
69 Nathan Bruckenthal, the only Coast Guardsman killed in action in Iraq, and the first KIA since the Vietnam War 24
70 Carlton Skinner — first Civilian Governor of Guam 24
71 Harvey E. Johnson, Jr., retired Coast Guard Vice Admiral, Deputy Director FEMA 19
72 Lew Jenkins — Professional Boxer & World Lightweight Champion 13
73 Erroll M. Brown, the first USCG African-American admiral 13
74 John C. Acton is a retired Rear Admiral who serves as the Director of Operations Coordination for DHS. Acton formerly served as Director of the DHS Presidential Transition Team. 12
75 Richard R. Callahan, Coast Guard Medal Recipient 12
76 William O. Harbach — Producer 11
77 Ronald C. Prei, Coast Guard Medal Recipient 11
78 Warren Covington — Musician, Band Leader (took over Tommy Dorsey's Orchestra) 10
79 Thomas F. O'Neil — Executive 10
80 Frank Newcomb — Commodore, USCG and Congressional Gold Medal recipient 10
81 Art Coulter — Professional Hockey Player, National Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee 10
82 Michael Kilian — Author, Writer (CG Auxiliarist) 8
83 Anton Otto Fischer — Artist 8
84 Lee Bonnell — Actor (Served during World War II) 6
85 Walter Sande — Actor 6
86 Bubba Morton — Baseball Player 6
87 Duke Paoa Kahanamoku — Athlete, Surfer, Actor < 5
88 George S. Patton, Jr. — awarded the Silver Lifesaving Medal for saving 3 boys from drowning < 5
89 Tom Philpott — Editor, Navy Times Magazine < 5
90 Mel Torme, jazz musician < 5
91 William D. Delahunt — Congressman (MA) < 5
92 Edward T. Barry — American Professional Hockey Player < 5
93 Edwin D. Eshleman (1920–1985), former U.S. Congressman, Pennsylvania < 5
94 Charles Isaacs — Writer < 5
95 Ted Steele — Radio Personality < 5
96 J.D. Power — Businessman (Served from 1953 till 1957 as a line officer) < 5
97 Rudy Vallee — Entertainer < 5
98 Milton H. Bren — Producer ("Tars and Spars"), Writer, Director < 5
99 Lothar Wolff — Producer, Director < 5
100 Hamilton Cochran — Writer < 5
101 Neal Gay — Professional Rodeo Hall of Fame Inductee < 5
102 Douglas Munro, the only Coast Guardsman to be awarded the Medal of Honor < 5
103 Christopher Hibler — Producer, Director < 5

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