Mary Maxwell Gates
American businessman
Mary Maxwell Gates
Mary Maxwell Gates was an American businessperson. Gates served 18 years (1975–1993) on the University of Washington board of regents. She was the first female president of King County’s United Way, the first woman to chair the national United Way’s executive committee where she served most notably with IBM's CEO, John Opel, and the first woman on the First Interstate Bank of Washington's board of directors.
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Sunday Favorites: Historic Hurricanes: Part 1 - The Bradenton Times
Google News - over 5 years
by Merab-Michal Favorite BRADENTON -- Josiah and Mary Gates were the very first settlers in Manatee County. Their land on the south side of the river would soon become the Village of Manatee. On October 4, 1846 they suffered their first pang of grief
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富豪捞金速度PK:谁在最短时间内赚到10亿美元 - 中国宁波网
Google News - over 5 years
盖茨已故的母亲,Mary Gates,是学校教师,华盛顿大学的董事以及United Way International(国际联合劝募协会)的主席。 盖茨曾就读于在西雅图的公立小学和私立的湖滨中学。在那里,他发现了他在软件方面的兴趣并且在
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Okolona to fix streets - WTVA
Google News - over 5 years
... to decide August 2 just how long the city will take to pay off those bonds. Regardless of how long it takes, folks are happy to hear the street work will soon begin. "It's time. I'm getting tired of tearing my cars up," says resident Mary Gates
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Hope on the Hill: The First Century of Seattle Children's Hospital - Journal of American Medical Association (subscription)
Google News - over 5 years
... steered toward a flourishing collaboration in patient care and research by visionary Children's chief executive officers such as Treuman Katz, directors such as John Neff, and Children's Foundation chairs such as Mary Gates (Bill's mother)
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Region briefs - Shreveport Times
Google News - over 5 years
Organizers ask guests to provide their favorite dish, salad or desert. Sabine River Authority Executive Director Jim Pratt will be the guest speaker. Call Mary Gates at (318) 645-6452 or Ned Goodeaux (318) 256-0501 for more information
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Honor roll students named - East Oregonian
Google News - over 5 years
... Zachary Orem, Kaleb Dumler, Shannon Metcalfe, Jeremy Coleman, Luke Emmel, Keshawna Talamantes, Tanner Rietmann, Mary Gates, Alex Rietmann, Mariah Bradfield, Jake Trahan, Kylie McElligott, Bruce McMinn, Kevin LaRue, Yesenia Verduzco, Marco Juarez
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New Bill Gates interview: "Legacy is a stupid thing! I don't want a legacy." - ZDNet (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Contained in a letter to Melinda Gates, Bill's late mother, Mary Gates, sagaciously wrote, “From those to whom much is given, much is expected.” Gates decided that vaccinating the world's disadvantaged is a cost-effective, simple way to help the very
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Residents lending a helping hand - KSFY
Google News - over 5 years
It's a simple gesture offering a free place to wash clothes, but Mary Gates says its just one way she can help those affected by the flooding. "There is a tremendous financial strain for folks who are displaced from their homes
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Furniture scholarship awarded to MSU students - Mississippi State Newsroom
Google News - over 5 years
Gates, daughter of Dennis and Mary Gates, is a Cleveland resident; Haverstock, daughter of Gary and Nancy Haverstock, is from Murray, Ky. Both are interior design majors at the university. The national award program was established in 2001 by furniture
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Figuring out a new home - The Daily of the University of Washington
Google News - over 5 years
“The biggest hurdle is trying to figure out whether the systems that we want to use that we are contracting out through private companies are going to work within Mary Gates Commons. The HUB was one big package that we knew worked [for our event] and
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'Goodbye, Mrs. Gates' - Patch.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Alumni gather to say goodbye to Pilgrim Faith's preschool and its beloved director, Mary Gates. By Lorraine Swanson | Email the author | 5:30am Alumni gather to say goodbye to Pilgrim Faith Preschool and its beloved director, Mary Gates
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Term limits have their limitations | Bob Roegner - PNW Local News
Google News - almost 6 years
It wasn't that long ago that Mary Gates, Dean McColgan and Eric Faison all served on the council. If you don't like what is happening, or you think you could do better, then get involved. Run for office or support a candidate
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No Longer in Shadow, Melinda Gates Puts Her Mark on Foundation
NYTimes - over 10 years
Warren E. Buffett said he was making a bet ''on a couple of outstanding minds'' when he recently donated $31 billion to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. And as he did so, one of those minds emerged from the shadow of her husband to become a full-fledged partner in the world's largest foundation. Melinda Gates is far more than a name on the
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How to Give Away $21.8 Billion
NYTimes - almost 17 years
One of the ways in which the very rich are different from you and me is that they become public property. Just about everyone has an opinion about Bill Gates's business tactics, products, motives, character, house -- and about what he should be doing with his immense fortune. Before he began giving money away, people complained that he was a miser.
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Elder Bill Gates Takes On The Role of Philanthropist
NYTimes - over 17 years
When John D. Rockefeller turned his attention to philanthropic causes earlier this century, he relied in many ways on his son, John D. Jr., for help in deciding how to disburse his colossal oil fortune. Both father and son famously brooded, at times to the verge of mental exhaustion, over how hard it was to give away money in an intelligent and
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Mary Gates, 64; Helped Her Son Start Microsoft
NYTimes - over 22 years
Mary Gates, a prominent Seattle businesswoman who helped her son, William H. Gates 3d, get the contract that led to a lucrative relationship with I.B.M. for his fledgling Microsoft Corporation, died at her home early today. She was 64. The cause was cancer. Mrs. Gates had been scheduled to receive the Municipal League of King County's Citizen of
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1994
    Age 64
    Mary Maxwell Gates died in 1994 at her Laurelhurst home after a months-long bout with breast cancer.
    More Details Hide Details Since then, her family has established two endowments in her name at the UW. The UW's Mary Gates Hall is named in her honor and houses the UW's Undergraduate Academic Affairs, the Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity, the Career Center, and the Information School.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1929
    Born
    Born on July 5, 1929.
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