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August 31, 2011

Patti McGuire Connors "1977 Playboy Playmate of the Year", Former UCM Warrensburg Student

Patti McGuire Connors.  

 


Patti McGuire Photos Link

The Playboy Playmates of North County







By Chad Garrison Tue., Feb. 21 2012 
Patti McGuire was Hazelwood Central's 1968 Homecoming Queen. 
Janet Jones attended Pattonville in the late 1970s and later went on to marry hockey's Wayne Gretzky in 1988. A year earlier Jones appeared in the following semi-nude pictorial in Playboy.And then there was our reader's "favorite." Ruth Guerri (below) graduated from Normandy in 1976 and appeared as Playboy's July 1983 Playmate. Two years after graduating high school, she also appeared in a feature film, Stingray, in which, according to IMDB.com, she played the role of the "naked girl with boyfriend who gets her motorcycle stolen."
And if that isn't high praise for a Normandy High graduate, we don't know what is!


Date of Birth

Height
5' 5" (1.65 m) 
Patti McGuire was born in Dexter, Missouri. Patti grew up in St. Louis with her younger brother and two younger sisters. She was her high school's Homecoming Queen. McGuire studied history and political science at Southern Illinois University. She worked as a Bunny at the Playboy Club in St. Louis as well as appearing in television and print advertisements. Patti was the Playmate of the Month in the November, 1976 issue of "Playboy". McGuire was named Playmate of the Year in 1977 and given the award byAlice Cooper. Patti married tennis player Jimmy Connors in October, 1978; the couple have two children. McGuire is featured on the back glass of the famous "Playboy" pinball machine which was released at the end of 1978; she's the brunette on the left of "Playboy" editor/publisher Hugh M. Hefner. This pinball machine sold 18,250 units altogether. Recently, her own brand of sweet pickles were available online.










Patti McGuire (born on September 5, 1951 in Dexter, Missouri) is an American model and television producer. She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for the November 1976 issue, and the 1977 Playmate of the Year. Her original pictorial was photographed by Pompeo Posar. Her photos became all the more noteworthy for being in the same issue as the Jimmy Carter Playboy interview. She was previously married to her high school boyfriend and basketball player Jerry Runyon who played at Central Missouri, today UCM.

McGuire was attending Southern Illinois University as a political science major at the time of her pictorial, as well as working as a Bunny at the Playboy Club in St. Louis. In 1980 she married tennis legend Jimmy Connors; the pair have two children.

























  • "Hugh Hefner" After his devastating first marriage to Mildred Williams, whom he divorced after 10 years of marriage in 1959, Hefner became that of womanizer and party animal.  He went on to have affairs with Donna Michelle, Marilyn Cole, Lillian Muller, Patti McGuire, Shannon Tweed, and Brande Roderick, all of whom were chosen Playmate of the Year.  In 1989, he ended a 30-year run as a bachelor and married Kimberley Conrad, that year's Playboy Playmate of the Year
Patti McGuire
Playboy magazine started in December of 1953.  Every month since then a girl-next-door beauty has been named Playmate of the Month and bared all in the magazine. Each year these playmates battle it out for the coveted Playmate of the Year title. At Playboy, once you’re a Playmate, you’re always a Playmate. In honor of 55 years of Playmates, here are the 15 hottest Playboy Playmates of all time.
15. Patti McGuire
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Patti McGuire was Playmate of the Month in November 1976 and Playmate of the Year in 1977. Her pictorial spread gained notoriety as it appeared in the controversial Jimmy Carter issue of Playboy. Pattie is also immortalized as one of the Playmates (on the left) with Hugh Hefner on the famous Playboy pinball machine.
Vitals:  Bust - 35", Waist - 23", Hips - 35", Height - 5' 5" Weight - 115 lbs
What turns her on: Great trips, ocean, sex and Las Vegas.
What turns her off: Chronic complainers, and jealous women.
First Name
Patti
Last Name
McGuire
Birthday
1951-09-05
Height
5 6
Hair Color
Brown - Dark
Birthplace
Dexter, Missouri, USA
Zodiac Sign
Virgo
Claim to Fame
Former Playboy Playmate
The following is a list of Playboy Playmates of 1976. Playboy magazine names its Playmate of the Month each month throughout the year.
Profile Bio Text
Beautiful, sexy and shapely brunette stunner Patti McQuire was born September 5, 1951 in Dexter, Missouri. Patti grew up in St. Louis with her younger brother and two younger sisters. She was her high school`s homecoming queen. McGuire studied history and political science at Southern Illinois University. She worked as a Bunny at the Playboy Club in St. Louis. Patti was the Playmate of the Month in the November, 1976 issue of "Playboy." McGuire was named Playmate of the Year in 1977. Patti married tennis player Jimmy Connors in October, 1978; the couple have two children. McGuire is featured on the back glass of the famous "Playboy" pinball machine which was released at the end of 1978; she`s the brunette on the left of "Playboy" editor/publisher Hugh Hefner. This pinball machine sold 18,250 units altogether. Patti McGuire now works as a television producer and lives in Santa Barbara, California. 

Mary Schinker

Tuesday, October 25, 2005
DEXTER -- Mary Jarrell Schinker, 75, died Oct. 22, 2005, at Missouri Southern Healthcare.
Born April 1, 1930, in Dexter, daughter of the late Raymond Lawrence and Jennie Lester Davis Jarrell, she was a homemaker.
Survivors include: two daughters, Patti McGuire Connors of Santa Barbara, Calif., and Jennie Schinker of St. Louis; one sister, Nita Lee Bittner of St. Peters; and two grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by one daughter, Sandra McGuire; and four brothers, Charles Jerry Jarrell, Earl M. Jarrell, Maurice Raymond Jarrell and John Raymond Jarrell.
Visitation is from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Rainey-Mathis Funeral Home in Dexter where services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday. The Rev. Mike Kohlbaker will officiate.
Burial will follow in the Sadler Chapel Cemetery near Dexter.

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