GREG AND JEAN FALLS founded Seattle's ACT (A Contemporary Theatre).
THE FISHER FAMILY: O.D. Fisher guided the company started by his father into one of the area's best-known business empires. The family was involved in flour, lumber, banking and insurance as well as broadcasting (KOMO-TV and radio).
JOHN FLUKE (1911-1984) was an early high-tech pioneer and businessman who invented precision measuring devices.
D.E. FREDERICK (1860-1937) was the
co-founder of Frederick & Nelson, Seattle's premier department store for 101 years until it closed in 1992.
KEMPER FREEMAN SR. AND KEMPER FREEMAN JR.: Kemper Freeman Sr. (1910-1982), Eastside developer, invested in property that became Bellevue Square. Kemper Freeman Jr. (1942- ), also an Eastside developer, is the owner of the region's largest shopping center and influential in regional issues.
RICHARD FULLER (1897-1976) constructed in 1931 the Seattle Art Museum in Seattle's Volunteer Park. Today the building houses the Seattle Asian Art Museum.