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Background Information

Employment History

President

Alcon Laboratories incorporated


Affiliations

Texas Christian University

Board of Trustees Member


Frogs

Board of Trustees Member


Trusteeship

Chairman of the Executive and Intercollegiate Athletics Committees and Committee


Frogs

Trustee


Buildings and Grounds Committee

Committee


Education

University of Cincinnati


MBA

Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration


Web References(11 Total References)


Expert Report of Suzanne Parisian Re: Pantopaque - The Burton Report

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In 1972, Ed Schollmaier succeeded William Conner, founder and first Alcon President, as the second President of Alcon.


fwbusinesspress.com

Fundraising got a boost with a lead commitment of $10 million from Ed and Rae Schollmaier, university officials said.
"We are very grateful to Ed and Rae Schollmaier for their continued support of TCU." TCU Board of Trustees member Ed Schollmaier is former president and CEO of Alcon Laboratories.


Texas Christian University Horned Frogs - Official Athletic Site - Facilities

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TCU Board of Trustees member Ed Schollmaier is a former Fort Worth business executive in addition to the former President and Chief Executive Officer of Alcon Laboratories.
Currently serving as the company's non-executive Chairman, Schollmaier is heavily involved in all aspects at TCU where he chairs the Building and Grounds Committee and serves as Chairman of the Executive and Intercollegiate Athletics Committees and Committee of Trusteeship. His wife, Rae, is a civic volunteer who has served on TCU's Fine Arts Board of Visitors as well as the Fine Arts Task Force of the Commission on the Future of TCU.


TCU OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE - Facilities

gofrogs.cstv.com [cached]

TCU Trustee Ed Schollmaier is a retired Fort Worth business executive who is the former President and Chief Executive Officer of Alcon Laboratories while currently serving as the company's the non-executive chairman.
Currently, he chairs the Buildings and Grounds Committee of the TCU Board of Trustees as well as serves as the chairman of the Executive and Intercollegiate Athletics Committees and Committee on Trusteeship. His wife - Rae - is a Fort Worth civic volunteer who has served on TCU's Fine Arts Board of Visitors as well as the Fine Arts Task Force of the Commission on the Future of TCU.


Honorees

www.fwoperaball.org [cached]

Honoring Rae & Ed Schollmaier
The distinguished honorees at the 2006 Fort Worth Opera Ball were Ed and Rae Schollmaier. Rae and Ed Schollmaier have given many years of both financial and personal support to the Fort Worth Opera. Ed Schollmaier is a trustee of Texas Christian University. Ed Schollmaier graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1956 and attended Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, where he earned his MBA in 1958. He joined Alcon Laboratories in Pennsylvania in 1958 as a medical representative, and joined the home office in Fort Worth in 1961. As president of Alcon from 1972 to 1997 and chief executive officer for the last 20 years of that term, he oversaw broadening of the company's product line, expansion of research and development, and sales that grew from $25 million to over $2 billion. The Fort Worth Opera is grateful for the support it has received from Rae and Ed Schollmaier, and is proud to recognize them as honorees of this year's Fort Worth Opera Ball . DOMO ARIGATO to Rae and Ed Schollmaier from Fort Worth Opera!


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