As I fully expect to meet Christ in good time, I will name three others.
1) Shakespeare, who ever he was had an amazing ability to discern the human condition of rich, poor, man, or woman and relate it to others. We use is words everyday without even knowing it.
2) Ben Franklin, we owe so much to this founding father most of us don't know about. He is the only man who signed the three major pieces of paper that is responsible for our founding. The Decoration of Independence, The Treaty of Paris, and the Constitution.
Some of his inventions and discoveries include; franklin stove, co~ops, public hospitals,libraries,firehouses,bifocal glasses, water tention, the gulf stream, and he was a ladies man.
3) Winston Churchill, except for George Washington, there is no man that a whole country and its existance depended on more. Like Washington he had failures in life and service. Also like Washington, he learned the practical lessons of failure. His leadership of the island nation during WWll is a lesson in triumph over tragedy. His weekly radio addresses held the populace together during the blitz. It was so bad that the children were removed from the major cities to be "farmed out" to the country side. Imagine that, your kids being sent to a strangers house hundreds of miles away. His moment in time was short, they voted him out after the war. Churchill was at the threshold of genius but it was his leadership that makes him my number 3 choice.