John Jay Hooker

John Jay Hooker

John Jay Hooker, Jr. (born 1930) is a Nashville, Tennessee attorney, entrepreneur, perennial candidate and political gadfly.

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John Jay Hooker - Later Life
... Hooker served as chairman of STP Corporation from 1973 to 1976 ... three terms in the Senate.) In 1979, Hooker arranged for the sale of The Tennessean newspaper to Gannett, which had earlier purchased the Banner but preferred to own morning rather than ... the Banner from Gannett (the two papers were linked by a joint operating agreement) and Hooker became publisher of the very paper that had so tormented him only nine years ...
Buford Ellington
... The Tennessean candidate was John Jay Hooker, a Nashville attorney whose lineage included first Chief Justice of the United States John Jay, his namesake, and General Joe Hooker, a Union general in the Civil ... John Jay Hooker's father, John Jay Hooker, Sr ... The Tennessean backing gave Hooker's campaign credibility, as did the considerable fortune of his then-wife Eugenia ("Tish"), an heiress to the former National Life and Accident ...

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