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The Naperville carillon as viewed from across Centennial Beach. Bev Horne | Staff

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  • 143,684
  • 1857
  • Named kid-friendliest town in America, one of the top five places in nation to live by Money magazine.
  • 60540, 60563, 60564, 60565
  • 41.749826, -88.155719

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Notable People

  • Anthony Parker
  • Brother of Candace Parker. He retired from professional basketball in 2012 after nine seasons in the NBA and six in Israel.
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  • Candace Parker
  • Star basketball player for Naperville Central High School, University of Tennessee and Los Angeles Sparks; Olympic women's basektball team gold medalist.
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  • Chris Brown
  • NFL player, Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans.
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  • Danielle Panabaker
  • Actress who appeared in “Mr. Brooks,” “Sky High” and “Friday the 13th."
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  • David Eigenberg
  • Actor, "Sex in the City."
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  • Emily Giffin
  • Author of “Love the One You're With,” “Something Borrowed,” “Something Blue."
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  • Evan Lysacek
  • 2010 Olympic gold medalist in men's figure skating.
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  • George Pradel
  • Lifetime Napervillian, former Officer Friendly who was elected to four terms as mayor.
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  • Harry Kalas
  • Hall of Fame baseball play-by-play announcer for Philadelphia Phillies.
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  • Jerry Hairston Jr.
  • Major League baseball player, formerly with Cubs, White Sox.
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  • Jim Sonefeld
  • Drummer, Hootie and the Blowfish.
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  • Kay Panabaker
  • Actress who appeared in TV shows including “Summerland” and “7th Heaven” and movies like “Nancy Drew: The Mystery in Hollywood Hills” and “Fame”
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  • Kenny Williams
  • White Sox executive vice president
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  • Molly Schaus
  • 2010 Olympic silver medalist in women's hockey.
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  • Paula Zahn
  • Newscaster who has worked at ABC News, CBS News, Fox News and CNN.
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  • Robert Zoellick
  • President of the World Bank from 2007 to 2012
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  • Sean Payton
  • Former Naperville Central quarterback, coach of 2010 Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints.
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