Fotune Magazine is reporting that although Apple was understandably tight-lipped about who was among the mourners at the private memorial for Steve Jobs on Sunday, some of the names of those attending have been published.

In alphabetical order:

Tim Allen, actorMarc Andreessen, Netscape co-founderJoan Baez, folksingerMarc Benioff, CEO of salesforce.comBono, U2 frontmanSergey Brin, co-founder of GoogleJerry Brown, Governor of CaliforniaBill Campbell, chairman of IntuitBill Clinton, former PresidentHillary Clinton, Secretary of StateRon Conway, founder of Angel InvestorsTim Cook, Apple CEOMichael Dell, CEO of DellJohn Doerr, venture capitalist at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & ByersRahm Emanuel, mayor of ChicagoLarry Ellison, CEO of OracleTony Fadell, former senior vice president of Apple's iPod divisionScott Forstall, Apple senior vice president of iOS softwareStephen Fry, actorBill Gates, chairman of MicrosoftJulius Genachowski, chairman of the FCCChuck Geschke, Adobe co-founderAl Gore, former Vice PresidentAndy Hertzfeld, from original Macintosh design team, now at GoogleJonathan Ive, Apple's senior vice president for designLaurene Powell Jobs, widowJohn Lasseter, chief creative officer of PixarLee Jae-yong, COO of SamsungYo Yo Ma, cellistJon Miller, chief technical officer of News Corp.Rupert Murdoch, CEO of News Corp.Larry Page, CEO of GoogleJonathan Rubinstein, former CEO of PalmMaria Shriver, former first lady of CaliforniaMona Simpson, novelistLarry Sonsini, chairman of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & RosatiAvie Tevanian, former Apple senior vice president of software engineeringBud Tribble, Apple vice president of software technologyJohn Warnock, Adobe co-founder

Via the New York Times, Wall St. Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News and Fortune Magazine