Bell, Chester

Bell, Chester (Gordon)

(1934–  ) computer engineer; born in Kirksville, Mo. He began at Digital Equipment Corporation in Maynard, Mass., in 1960, where he worked on the PDP series of computers and became a leading expert in minicomputers. He was professor of computer science at Carnegie-Mellon (1966–72), returning to Digital (1972–83) to oversee the production of VAX.
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Declare Yourself's last "Young Hollywood" party was emceed by Hayden Panettiere of NBC's "Heroes," and featured Justin Timberlake, Lauren Conrad, Heidi Montag, Romeo, Kristin Bell, Chester Bennington, lead vocalist of Linkin Park, who joined Camp Freddy members Chris Chaney, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins of Jane's Addiction and Billy Morrison of The Cult.
Hollywood Celebrates 18" drew some of today's most influential celebrities including Kristin Bell, Chester Bennington, Chris Chaney, Sasha Cohen, Nick Cannon, Lauren Conrad, Nick D'Agosto, Julianne Hough, Dave Lieberman, Seth MacFarlane, Heidi Montag, Billy Morrison, Dave Navarro, Adrian Pasdar, Stephen Perkins, Plain White T's, Zachary Quinto, Romeo, Justin Timberlake and Rumer Willis.