George Lloyd Bunting, Jr.
George Lloyd Bunting Jr.
Bunting, a longtime trustee of The Johns Hopkins University and its medical divisions, was born in Baltimore. He graduated from Loyola College in Baltimore in 1962 and continued his education at Columbia Business School, receiving an MBA in marketing in 1964.
Bunting began his business career in 1966 as a product manager at the Noxell Corp. and quickly moved through the ranks, becoming an executive vice president in 1968. By 1973, Bunting was president and CEO of the company. In 1986, he resigned his post as president, but remained with Noxell as CEO and chairman of the board until 1991, when he left to become president and CEO of the Bunting Management Group, a private financial management company.
Bunting’s philanthropy has benefited many Baltimore institutions, including the Maryland Institute College of Art and Mercy Medical Center. He has also served on the boards of many nonprofit and corporate organizations. Bunting was chairman of the board of trustees for The Johns Hopkins Hospital and The Johns Hopkins Health System from 1994 until 1998, and chairman of the board for Johns Hopkins Medicine from 1996 to 1998. He remains a trustee of The Johns Hopkins Health System and The Johns Hopkins Hospital, an honorary trustee of Johns Hopkins Medicine, and an emeritus trustee of The Johns Hopkins University.
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