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September 19, 2007

Baltimore City College's all-star alumni

Neil Bernstein, past president of the Baltimore City College Alumni Association, calls to say that BCC has inducted yet another impressive name into its Hall of Fame. Economist Robert Hormats is vice chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former assistant secretary of state and deputy U.S. trade represenative. Hormats, class of 1961, gets his name on a bronze plaque along with an incredibly illustrious list of other inductees from City, which calls itself the third-oldest continuously operating public high school in the country.

BCC Hall of Famers include Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein, McCormick spice's Charles McCormick, one time Mercantile Bank chief John Motz (father of Judge Frederick Motz), Sen. Ben Cardin, former Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke, Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, former Gov. William Donald Schaefer, former Gov. Marvin Mandel, onetime Baltimore Colts owner Caroll Rosenbloom and so on.

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About Jay Hancock
Jay Hancock has been a financial columnist for The Baltimore Sun since 2001. He has also been The Baltimore Sun's diplomatic correspondent in Washington and its chief economics writer. Before moving to Baltimore in 1994 he worked for The Virginian-Pilot of Norfolk and The Daily Press of Newport News.

His columns appear Tuesdays and Sundays.
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