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Pat Nixon

Name at birth: Thelma Catherine RyanPat Nixon was the wife of U.S. president Richard Nixon and served as First Lady from 20 January 1969 to 8 August 1974. She grew up in southern California, taking on…

Pat Sajak

Pat Sajak and Vanna White are the longtime hosts of the TV game show Wheel of Fortune. Sajak joined the U.S. Army in 1968 and spent time in Saigon broadcasting for Armed Forces Radio. After his disc…

Pat Summitt

Name at birth: Patricia Sue HeadPat Summitt was the head coach of the women's basketball team at the University of Tennessee from 1974 until 2012, and was the winningest basketball coach, man or woman…

Pat Buchanan

A famously outspoken conservative, Pat Buchanan was a speechwriter and political advisor to President Richard Nixon and later served as communications director for president Ronald Reagan. In 1982 Buc…

Pat Tillman

Pat Tillman was the professional football player who turned down a lucrative career and joined the U.S. Army in 2002, but was killed in Afghanistan in 2004 -- by his fellow troops, a fact suppressed b…

Pat Robertson

Pat Robertson is the founder, chairman and prominent public face of the Christian Broadcasting Network. As host of the CBN's long-running religious magazine show The 700 Club, he has been an outspoke…

Pat Bradley

Pat BradleyBorn: Mar. 24, 1951Golfer 2-time LPGA Player of Year (1986,91); has won all four majors on LPGA tour, including 3 du Maurier Classics; inducted into the LPGA Hall of Fame on Jan. 18…

Pat McCormick

Pat McCormickBorn: May 12, 1930U.S. diver won women's platform and springboard gold medals in both 1952 and '56 Olympics. Her daughter Kelly followed in her wake, earning a silver in the 1984 …

Pat Riley

Pat RileyBorn: Mar. 20, 1945Basketball coached LA Lakers to 4 of their 5 NBA titles in 1980s (1982,85,87-88); coached New York Knicks from 1991-95, then signed with Miami Heat as coach, team p…

Pat Day

Pat DayBorn: Oct. 13, 1953Jockey 4-time Eclipse award winner; became all-time leader in earnings in 2002; over 8,000 career victories; won Kentucky Derby (1992), 5 Preaknesses (1985,90,94-96) …