Jeb Magruder
Jeb Magruder
Nixon's deputy campaign director, Jeb Stuart Magruder, formerly an aide to Nixon Chief of Staff Bob Haldeman and deputy communications director at the White House, was charged with perjury and conspiracy to obstruct justice for his role in the Watergate cover-up. He spent seven months in prison.

After his release in 1976, Magruder earned a master's degree in divinity from the Princeton Theological Seminary. He was executive minister at First Community Church in Marble Cliff, Ohio, from 1984 to 1990. In July 1990, he became senior pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Lexington, Ky.

President Ronald Reagan denied Magruder a pardon in 1983. In December 1995, however, Kentucky Gov. Brereton Jones restored Magruder's right to vote and run for office. Magruder had worked with the governor's wife, Libby Jones, in the Habitat for Humanity project.

Magruder married Patricia Ann Newton, a high school counselor he met in Ohio, in March 1987. He retired from active ministry in 1998 to become a consultant in Dallas.

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