1952 The San Francisco Unified School District honored Burl Toler, E ’56, E ’63, MA ’66, by naming a Western Addition school campus after him. “Burl Toler Campus” is shared by two charter schools, Gateway High and the KIPP San Francisco Bay Academy. 1954 Fr. Xavier Harris, MA, E ’58, has been teaching for more than 55 years. He currently teaches theology at the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley. Aside from teaching, he enjoys watching movies and traveling throughout Europe as well as Israel and the Holy Land. He hopes to one day visit China and Japan. 1955 Carl Nolte received the 2007 Oscar Lewis Award from the Book Club of California for his book, San Francisco Century. 1956 Tania and Rouben Chakalian celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct.13. 1959 Ron Vernali has been appointed to the National Association of Security Dealers’ arbitration panel. Additionally, he serves as an arbitrator on the New York Stock Exchange’s arbitration panel.
1960 Gene Mullin, E ’67, has been elected to a third term in the California State Assembly. He has been appointed chair of the Assembly Education Committee, having previously chaired the Housing Committee. Before that, Mullin was a classroom teacher and local official in South San Francisco for more than 30 years. 1962 President George W. Bush honored Kevin Starr in a November ceremony in the Oval Office of the White House with the 2006 National Humanities Medal. Starr was honored for his lifetime of work chronicling the state of California as a scholar, journalist, and historian. The National Humanities Medal honors individuals and organizations whose work has deepened the nation’s understanding of the humanities, broadened citizens’ engagement with the humanities, or helped preserve and expand America’s access to important humanities resources. Starr, who teaches history at the University of Southern California, lives in San Francisco with his wife, Sheila. They have two daughters and six grandchildren. 1964 The Marin Community Foundation honored activist couple Susie and Mark Buell in March with the Leaders in Giving Award. The couple funds progressive political candidates including Hillary Clinton, Barbara Boxer, and John Kerry. Buell has been retired for 11 years from real estate development and is currently working on a capital campaign for the Marin Agricultural Land Trust. He is also helping to create an institute at Fort Baker devoted to sustainability and the environment. In his free time, he enjoys golfing and entertaining friends with his wife in their Bolinas home. 1965 Dennis Lucey and his wife, Pamela, took a cruise to Central America in December 2006. They were joined by Ollie Johnson and his wife, Barbara, as well as former USF President William McInnes, S.J., who served as chaplain. The Luceys started their Christmas cruise tradition in 1992 and Fr. McInnes has joined them each year. In March, Lucey was co-chair of the National American-Ireland Dinner held in Washington, D.C. honoring Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-California) and Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky). The dinner is a fundraiser to support programs of peace and reconciliation, arts and culture, education, and community development in Ireland. More than 1,000 people attended the event and more than $800,000 was raised. Frank Toller, JD ’68, is a former mayor and councilman of St. Helena and is practicing law in Napa County. 1966 Hon. James D. Garbolino, JD ’69, retired after 20 years on the Placer County Superior Court. He served three terms as the presiding judge. He remains active as a member of the Assigned Judges Program. During his judicial career he served as an adviser to the U.S. State Department at the White House Conference on Kidnapped and Exploited Children. He authored a book on International Parental Abduction, published by the National Judicial College. His wife of 40 years, Gina (Claassens) Garbolino ’67, was elected in November to a second term on the Roseville City Council. Their daughter, Gayle, was elected in 2006 as Placer County Superintendent of Schools. Their younger daughter, Tracey, is marketing director of a Roseville architecture firm. Jim and Gina have four grandchildren. 1967 Shirley Kelly, EdD ’82, retired as president of the College of San Mateo. She plans to travel and enjoy life with her husband, Michael Kelly ’66. 1968 Mark Avelar, E ’69, MA ’75, E ’75, retired after a 37-year career in San Mateo County. In addition to spending more time with his wife of 38 years, Linda, he plans to golf, garden, and travel to Cabo San Lucas, Lake Tahoe, Palm Springs, and Acapulco. Avelar is also acting as chair of the U.S. Golf Association’s 2007 U.S. Amateur golf championship. Susan (Bird) Fox and Cheryl A. Clark, JD ’82, are the co-authors of Grant Proposal Makeover: Transform Your Request from No to Yes, published this year by Jossey Bass. The book shows grant writers how to transform their “ugly ducklings” into “beautiful swans” that have a better chance of getting funded. Fox and Clark also organize the “Reality Grantmaking” programs at nonprofit conferences. Lawrence Russell received a 2006 International Davey Award. The awards honor creative excellence by small agencies and companies. Vernon Smith, JD, retired as a judge with the Marin County Superior Court in January. Michael Wootton is living in Sherman Oaks and is senior vice president for corporate relations and administration at Sunkist Growers, the 113-year-old global citrus marketing cooperative. He has been with Sunkist for 10 years following nearly 25 years working with the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. 1969 Rich Goodwin, E ’70, recently retired from the San Francisco Unified School District after 35 years of teaching science and math, mostly at Balboa, McAteer, and Lincoln high schools. He is hiking, dancing, playing golf, traveling, spending time with his four grandchildren, and helping out his 89-year-old parents. Katie Rose joined the administrative team at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Berkeley in 1997. Since then, Rose has led a task force to build the East Bay’s first family-centered neonatal intensive care unit. Rose has two children and is currently the administrative director of the hospital’s women and infants division. Rose is also developing plans for a center where families could spend time and access reliable information about illnesses and treatments.
1970 Don Dana, an executive vice president for Wells Fargo Bank, is an amateur anthropologist in his spare time. He recently returned from an expedition in which he was able to find natives from a farm cooperative in the Chukchi village of Lorino in Russian Siberia who could build and crew a skinboat. The skinboat is his attempt to challenge the long-held hypothesis that primitive people migrated from Asia to the Americas via a land bridge. Dana also serves on the boards of the Leakey Foundation, Earthwatch, and St. Ignatius College Preparatory. Mike Doogan was elected to the Alaska House of Representatives in November. His first mystery novel, Lost Angel, was published by Putnam in August. Joanne M. Martin is back in the United States after spending five years in Korea. She is attending the master’s program in national resource strategy at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces at the National Defense University, Washington, D.C. Michael P. Semansky, JD, has practiced law in California for 36 years. He has been the head of his own law firm since 1983, but only recently moved his practice to Mt. Shasta. His firm specializes in business litigation, personal injury, insurance claims, real estate, contract law, elder abuse, criminal defense law, and dispute resolution. The criminal defense lawyer is also a member of the Siskiyou Land Trust. In addition to being an avid cyclist and skier, Semansky has climbed Mt. Shasta more than 50 times. He is married to Lael Kayfetz, the chief public defender for Siskiyou County. 1972 Joe Fernekes is mayor of South San Francisco. He and wife, Denise, have been married since 1977 and have two daughters. Fernekes works for Bay Area Rapid Transit as the material control manager. He also enjoys working in his vegetable garden. Administrative Presiding Justice William McGuiness, JD, and Associate Justice Joanne Parrilli, JD ’74, are serving on a panel of three justices that is deciding whether a judge erred in ruling unconstitutional Proposition 22, which prevents California from recognizing same sex marriages. 1973 Judith Bedell, MBA, is the founder and president of Bedell Investment Counseling in Walnut Creek. The company celebrated its 30th year in business in 2005. Michael Hogan, JD ’75, co-founded Hogan & Klingenberger, where he works as managing partner in the Fresno office. The firm represents employers and management in all areas of employment law. 1974 Susan Reynolds was appointed director of real estate for the Port of San Francisco. Before her recent appointment she spent eight years in the Mayor’s Office of Community Development. She also serves on USF’s North Bay Alumni Regional Council. 1977 Paul K. Herrerias, MHR ’91, is founding director of Stanton Chase, San Francisco, which was formed from the association between Herrerias & Associates and Stanton Chase International. Frank Pitre, JD ’81, has been inducted into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. He has been with the firm of Cotchett, Pitre, Simon, & McCarthy since 1981 and focuses his practice on consumer fraud, commercial torts, and personal injury. 1978 Kevin Berntson, E, MA ’79, was ordained an interfaith minister in 2005. He is active with the Holy Cross Ecumenical Institute of the Arts, which has 18 board members locally and internationally. HCI is an arts-based peace and justice secondary educational program with board ties to the United Theological Seminary in Minnesota and other midwestern higher education institutions. Bernston serves as guider of the vision and mission of the project. He also serves on the president’s council of the St. Paul Public Housing Authority and still finds time to train his 6-month-old English coonhound, Shamrock. Doug DeHaan ran for mayor of Alameda in the November 2006 election. Now retired, he is the former chief operations officer at Alameda Aerospace and former personnel transition director at the Alameda Naval Air Station. 1979 José Luis Orozco, MA, is a children’s musician, author, and recording artist. On Sept. 10, Orozco performed in the opening ceremonies of the San Francisco Zoo’s first-ever Latino Heritage Celebration.
1981 Greg Matz is vice president and controller of Agilent’s wireless business unit, headquartered in Santa Rosa. Democrat Lynn Woolsey is serving her eighth term in the Sonoma-Marin district seat of the U.S. House of Representatives. 1982 Roderic “Rod” Balance is executive director of the Global Trade Center of the Inland Empire, headquartered in Riverside. With more than 30 years of international trade experience, it is his job to bring new businesses to the city and develop and expand existing businesses. Jeffrey Belote, JD, in January was named a partner with Carroll, Burdick & McDonough in the firm’s San Francisco office. He is the incoming co-chairman of the real estate and construction litigation group. He represents commercial and residential owners, investors, buyers, and sellers of property. John Sebastinelli, MBA ’83, JD ’86, has joined the recently opened San Francisco office of Michelman & Robinson as a partner. He specializes in insurance regulatory law. Deborah Shey-Harding and Michael Harding have taken partners in their transportation recruitment business based in Seal Beach. The expansion allows them to conduct executive searches across the United States and abroad. 1984 Kevin Murphy, JD, was recently appointed judge in Alameda County Superior Court by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Murphy had served as deputy district attorney for the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office since 1985. Lillian Pride, MPA, retired as Pittsburg’s city clerk after 15 years, ending her 34 years of working in the political arena. She plans to spend more time with her grown son and his wife, as well as her two grandsons. Christine Waller, MA, is an enrolled agent and the owner of CW Financial Services since 1996. In 2001 she sold most of her practice, only keeping a handful of clients, and moved to Fort Jones. She enjoys working primarily with individuals and small businesses. 1985 Suzanne (Fassett) Keenan recently earned a master’s degree from the University of Connecticut School of Nursing. She is a nurse practitioner in Simsbury, Conn. David Kopperud, MA, is moving from his position as coordinator of child welfare and attendance at Fontana Unified School District to the California Department of Education in Sacramento to work on dropout reduction. James McFetridge, JD, has been appointed a superior court judge for Sacramento County. He recently returned from Iraq where he served in Kuwait and Baghdad as a major in the National Guard. Kiyoshi Murakami has moved back to Tokyo from Geneva, where she worked for the United Nations high commissioner for refugees as director of human resources. She is now working at Goldman Sachs Japan as vice president of human resources. Elisa Stephens, JD, is president of Academy of Art University, a job she took over from her father in 1992. Shirley Thornton, EdD, won a seat on the Sausalito Marin City School District board in November. Margaret Wingrove, MA, recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of her San Jose-based dance company. The Margaret Wingrove Dance Company is the longest-running modern dance company in San Jose. 1986 Oral Lee Brown has been honored by the Caring Institute for impacting the lives of so many graduates of the Oakland Unified School District. She established the Oral Lee Brown Foundation, which has financed the college education of many Oakland youths. She pays the college tuition of each student served by her foundation. Every four years the foundation takes on 20 more students. She also mentors the students. Chris Krzak is dean of admission at the University of Laverne in Southern California. Lorrain Taylor, MHR ’88, reaches out to the families of homicide victims in the Bay Area by visiting victims’ families, bringing groceries, and comforting them over the phone. She formed 24/7 Gospel, a nonprofit organization that delivers donated groceries to victims’ families. She started the organization after the murders of her twins, Obadiah and Albade. She has released a CD, Gumbo for My Soul, and continues to make visits to Bay Area inmates to encourage them to change their ways. Tony Vang, MHR ’88, EdD ’92, was re-elected as trustee for the Fresno Unified School District. He is professor of education at California State University, Fresno. He helps prepare Hmong college students to become bilingual teachers. Cheryl Woodward Yoes runs Dial Glass in Pacifica with her husband, Pete Yoes. The couple is adding a clock tower to the business’ building, which will serve as a new landmark for the city. 1987 Pat Eklund, MS, has been with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for 37 years. She is currently an environmental manager. The 11-year city council veteran ran for Marin County supervisor in the November election. Dave Ennis, MHR, retired in August after 39 years with the Defense Distribution Depot San Joaquin. During the last nine years of his career, Ennis served as deputy commander, the highest position for a civilian. Jill Ravitch, JD, was a deputy district attorney and, after retiring, opened her own law firm. She recently joined the faculty of Empire College School of Law. 1988 Jan Melsen, MBA, lives in Brussels, Belgium where he works as a business trainer-consultant and teaches in business schools in Croatia and Vietnam. Carl Ochsner, MA, has spent more than 30 years working in programs that provide services to people with disabilities. Since 2000 he has been the executive director of the Work Training Center in Butte County. Jos Piron, MBA, and his wife, Nathalie, moved to Ravels, Belgium. Piron operates a poultry meat business that caters predominantly to countries in Africa. Patricia Sepp-Jones, MA, is head of the psychology department at Howell’s School, an all girls day and boarding school in North Wales, U.K. She also teaches English and geography. Many of the school’s 3- to 18-year-old students come from Hong Kong, Germany, France, Spain, the Philippines, Japan, Russia, and the United States. 1989 Eric Benton is vice president of Eril Research Inc., which provides consulting and radiation analysis services to industry and government. Petter Danielsen, MBA, worked in sales management for pharmaceutical companies in New Jersey, Oslo, Vienna, and Shanghai. He recently moved to Brussels, where his son, Oskar, was born in 2006. Wilfried Kainz, MBA, is back in Vienna after living in Milan and Lausanne for several years. Kainz is working again for the DO & CO airline catering company. Paris Kazakias, MBA, and his wife, Viktoria, live in Athens, where Kazakias works as the international business development manager for the Greek telecommunications distributor, Germanes. Erik Vermeulen, MBA, works for Banco Popular in Madrid. He has been living there with his wife, Cristina, and son, Alexandro, for many years.
1991 Lisa K. Hyvarinen married U.S. Air Force Sgt. Rex A. Temple. They met while Hyvarinen was producing a series for NBC affiliate WFLA-TV/Channel 8 and The Tampa Tribune on Florida troops serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. She is now freelancing and teaching journalism as an adjunct professor at the University of South Florida and the University of Tampa. Her husband is deputy inspector general at MacDill Air Force Base where he investigates fraud, waste, and abuse, along with being a liaison for congressional inquiries. He’s served nine tours including Operation Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom, and Iraqi Freedom. Holly and Peter Saari welcomed their fourth son, Joseph Timothy, on Oct. 24. He weighed six pounds, 19 ounces, and was 21 inches long. 1992 Mari Gallion’s book, The Single Woman’s Guide to a Happy Pregnancy, was featured as book of the month in the women’s issues category for November 2006 at Bookreview.com. Gallion will be making several appearances at book signings, radio shows, and talk shows throughout the United States in 2007. Diane Scott-Summers, EdD, has been chosen by the Contra Costa Community College District board as Diablo Valley College’s interim president until June 2007. Neil Tobin married Lisa Lynne on June 11. The couple lives in Granite Bay. Tobin is president of McKinley 1 Enterprises and is launching a restaurant on Pier 39 called Willie Mays SkyBox in 2007. 1993 Paul Haakenson, JD, was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to fill the seat on the Marin County Superior Court bench vacated by retired Judge Vernon Smith. Prior to his appointment, Haakenson served as Marin County’s deputy district attorney. He began his career when he joined the Marin district attorney’s office in 1993. Canh Oxelson returned to Vietnam in 2005 for the first time since being brought to the United States to be adopted as part of Operation Babylift in 1975. In 2005, he also completed the Los Angeles Marathon, and in November 2006 he raised funds for the Jenesse Center, Inc. by running in the ING New York City Marathon. He is a dean at the Harvard-Westlake School in North Hollywood, where he oversees college and personal counseling, academic advising, teaches humanities and serves as faculty adviser for the Black Leadership and Culture Club. He also makes appearances as a Tiger Woods’ look alike. Jim Karpiak, JD, has been assigned by the Fairfax Town Council as the new town attorney. He will provide legal advice to the town on a part-time basis. He is also serving as assistant city attorney for Mill Valley and Fairfield. Craig Tanner, JD, recently joined DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary as partner to the corporate and securities group. 1994 Michael Severance is living and working in Rome as a marketing, public relations, and development consultant. He and his Italian wife, Gabriella, have two children, Samuele, 3, and Veronica, 2. 1995 Colleen Badell, MA, has published three books about health care and alternative medicine: A Simple Plan: Alternative Medicine Made Very Easy, 6 Myths About Alternative Medicine: Using it Wisely, and Is Your Health Killing You?: 12 Ways to Survive Our Fractured Health Care System. Badell is a health advocate and educator who maintains the free health information and advice Web site, www.health-advocate.com. Susan Jaber Bateh, JD ’99, recently married Michael I. Bateh, a fellow lawyer, and has relocated to Jacksonville, Fla. She is currently working in the legal department at BlueCross BlueShield of Florida as assistant general counsel. Leslee McLennan Bonino recently retired as vice president of human resources for Clontech Laboratories, Inc. in Palo Alto. She is a former member of the USF President’s Roundtable in Silicon Valley and has moved to the Sonoma valley with her husband, Bob Bonino. The couple developed Bonino Estate Vineyards in Glen Ellen. Their first release of cabernet sauvignon, Bonino Estate Vineyards 2004 “Kicking Mule,” received two silver medals at the Sonoma County Harvest Festival. William Thompson and Suzanne Ravano Thompson ’96, welcomed their daughter, Cailin Elisabeth, on Sept. 7. The couple continues to work in the litigation consulting field where Suzanne is an associate director at Navigant Consulting and William is an economist at Robert W. Johnson & Associates. 1996 Deborah (Furano) Grant, MNA, is director of development for Public Architecture, a San Francisco nonprofit that challenges architecture firms across the country to pledge a percentage of their time to pro bono or public interest work. The objective is to increase both the quantity and quality of pro bono work in pursuit of a more equitable distribution of professional design expertise. Additionally, Public Architecture is facilitating several independent projects such as the Day Laborer Station and housing solutions for low income, underserved populations. Lena Tam, MPA, was elected to the city council in Alameda in the November election. 1997 Japheth Baker was admitted to the bar of the State of New York in 2006 and is now a practicing public defender in New York City. Holly Burkett, MA, recently co-authored The ROI Fieldbook (2006) with Jack and Patti Phillips and Ron Stone, experts in return on investment (ROI) evaluation methodology. The ROI Fieldbook provides a step-by-step system for evaluating the business value of performance improvement programs of all kinds, including training, human resources, consulting, and project management efforts. Burkett is principal of Evaluation Works in Davis. Gertrude Gregorio, MA, has been elected to the New Haven Unified School District Governing Board. She has worked in public education for 26 years and is currently dean of the adaptive learning division for students with disabilities at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills. She is also in charge of the college’s psychological and health services department. She was recognized for her work in June by the Foothill-De Anza Community College District and was awarded an “exemplary achievement award.” She lives with her husband, Carlen Gregorio, in Union City. Andrew Jolivette published a new book, Cultural Representation in Native America. The book focuses on cultural revitalization and preservation and includes key issues like identity, politics, culture, religion, and literature. His next book, on Louisiana Creoles, will be released in December. Sonny Tang joined Pricoa Relocation Hong Kong Ltd. as manager of global alliances in December. He works in Hong Kong supporting the international operations teams within the Asia Pacific region. Victor Torres graduated from Seattle University School of Law, cum laude, in May 2006. He was the editor-in-chief of the law review and had his article, “Tegman v. Accident & Medical Investigations, Inc.: The Re-Modification of Modified Joint and Several Liability by Judicial Fiat,” published. Torres works at Gordon, Thomas, Honeywell, Malanca, Peterson & Daheim LLP. 1998 Adel Aschenbrener is a chef instructor in the patisserie and baking program at the California School of Culinary Arts in Pasadena, which is part of Le Cordon Bleu International. She is active in the school’s baking club and organic club, and she volunteers at the Hollywood Farmer’s Market where she conducts cooking demonstrations and teaches classes on what to cook with the seasonal produce offered at the market. Rose Castillo Guilbault, MA, has been appointed to a seat on the California Community Colleges Board of Governors by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. She is vice president of corporate affairs and publishing for AAA in Northern California, Utah, and Nevada. She serves on a number of boards, including the San Mateo County Transit District and the USF Board of Trustees. Jon Fisher is CEO and founder of Bharosa, an online transaction security firm. He is a trustee for the Nueva School in Hillsborough, does fundraising for UCSF, and serves on the board of two private companies. He and his wife enjoy tandem mountain biking. 1999 Jack Brenner Jr., works with Progressive’s national catastrophe response team. As the special lines catastrophe manager he handles all claims for motorcycles, boats, and recreational vehicles due to natural disasters. Jonathan Burke retired April 16, 2005 after 25 years with the San Bruno Police Department. Over the course of his career, Burke served as officer, corporal, sergeant, and detective sergeant. He also handled many assignments, including crime prevention and community-oriented policing. Kimberlei Evans, JD, has been elected president of the Charles Houston Bar Association. She is an associate at Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard & Smith, where she focuses on general liability litigation, including premises liability, commercial litigation, and products liability. Dr. Micheal Frese, MA ’99, received a grant from the Takeda Pharmaceutical Company for his research in psychological intervention for people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome. Dr. Frese has continued both clinical work and research on functional gastrointestinal disorders at the UCLA Center for Neuroviscal Sciences and Women’s Health and the West Los Angeles VA Medical Center. He received the Young Investigator Award for his findings at the 2006 Neurogastroenterology and Motility Joint International Meeting in Boston. Jennifer George, JD, was promoted to partner by Baker and McKenzie. George now concentrates on employee benefits, executive compensation, and stock plans in the firm’s San Francisco office. Jude Patch Guglielmino published a book titled Flag at Half-Mast. It is the story of her work as a Red Cross volunteer at Ground Zero in New York immediately following September 11. Jorge Leiva married his high school sweetheart in August 2003. The couple has been traveling the world and were expecting their first child in April. Jaynry Mak, JD ’02, ran for supervisor of the Sunset District in the November 2006 election. Jamie Williams, EdD, emceed the 17th annual Hispanic Charity Ball. He has been appointed the first athletic director at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
2000 Kate Bueler graduated in May from Columbia University’s Teacher College with a master’s in sociology and education with a policy emphasis. In August, she began working as an associate for research and community coordination for state and national partnerships at the American Board for Certifications of Teacher Excellence, an alternative teacher certification organization in Washington, D.C. Saul Peña works for Dodge & Cox, a San Francisco management firm. He also serves on the Marin Education Fund Board of Directors. 2001 Jennifer Hosterman has been elected to serve a second term as mayor of Pleasanton. Alysa M. Keller, JD, has joined Parsons Behle & Latimer in the firm’s Reno office. She is a member of the firm’s environmental, energy, and natural resources department and concentrates her practice on water law and environmental law. Kate McNulty, MBA, joined Golden Gate University in December as director of development, which involves meeting with corporations and alumni to engage their support for the university. She works with the Edward S. Ageno School of Business, the School of Taxation, and the School of Accounting. Sebastian Nelson graduated in December from San Jose State University with a master’s in library and information science. He has been hired as an archivist at the California State Archives in Sacramento. Luis Quinonez has spent the last three years working for Congresswoman Barbara Lee. He left this position in December to start a new position as chief of staff for Contra Costa County supervisor-elect Susan Bonilla, who took office on Jan. 8. He is working to improve education, make housing more affordable, and improve access to health care. 2002 Patrick Zoder and Nadia Smiecinska married in Sonoma on Sept. 22, 2006. They met as resident advisers while attending USF and now live in Falls Church, Va. Patrick is employed as a study coordinator/BSL-3 biosafety officer at a biotech company and Nadia is an administrative and financial coordinator for a nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C. 2003 Mora (Ebie) Nichols, MA, married Chris Nichols on Aug. 5 in Kauai, Hawaii. Her second children’s picture book, Going to the Zoo in Hawai’i, has just been released. Sarah Faulkner’s short story, “A Night, An Hour, A Minute,” will be published in the spring 2007 issue of the Iron Horse Literary Review. Megan Lee and Kevin Annis were married in September 2006. Kathy Nguyen, MBA, and Keith Pokrywa, MBA, were married April 16, 2005 at St. Ignatius Church. Kathy is a director with Century Resources. Keith is a project manager for LE Waters Construction. The couple spent their honeymoon traveling the French Polynesian islands of Tahiti, Moorea, and Bora Bora. Aaron Olivas earned a master’s in social sciences from the University of Chicago in 2004. After receiving a certificate in French language and civilization from the University of Paris-Sorbonne in 2005, he began doctoral studies in early modern European history at UCLA. Now in his second year, he is working as a research assistant at the Getty Research Institute. Vickie Savino has recently taken over as director of education of the Empire College School of Business. 2004 An advocate of alternative energy, Anthony Rubenstein was chief executive of the “Yes on 87” campaign for the November election. Moses Villarama received a master of fine arts in acting from the National Theatre Conservatory at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and is a member of the Actors’ Equity Association. 2005 Alejandro Celorio is participating in the Mexican Foreign Service. Celorio is posted in Paraguay and is in charge of the political and economic affairs section. Joshua Howard, MPA, works for the California Apartment Association as government affairs manager. He is also on the board of directors of Community Technology Alliance and spends time fundraising and volunteering for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Howard has run six marathons and four half marathons in support of his brother, a cancer survivor. Melissa Nakama is the convention service coordinator for the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau. She manages convention sales, marketing, and promotions for regional sales representatives based on the mainland. 2006 Monica Haigh, MA, works for Family Services of Napa Valley.
1920s John P. Doran, JD ’29 | Alfred P. Smith ’26 | William J. Walsh ’28
1930s Robert E. Bain ’35 | John P. Buscovich ’39 | James E. Gorman ’30 | James A. Hall ’36 | Mervin J. Houser ’32 | Charles R. Mc Namara ’35 | Raymond J. Roure ’39 | Edward O. Scharetg ’39 | Alexander Schwarz ’38
1940s Jerry G. Bussiere ’48 | Marvin E. Cardoza, JD ’46 | A.J. Catalli ’49 | Robert F. Christian ’41 | Frank E. Coghlan ’48 | Anthony F. Dedier ’40 | Anthony E. Devlin ’43 | Francis B. Dischler ’48 | Rudolph Donati ’42 | Eileen A. Donohue ’45 | William M. Foley ’43 | Richard A. Garrett ’48 | James W. Guerin ’47 | Julius S. Hipshman ’42 | Carl P. Inderkum ’48 | William M. Loftus ’49, E ’52, MA ’55 | Eugene K. Lawlor, JD ’47 | Joseph O’Looney, C.S.P. ’40 | Mario G. Paolini ’43, JD ’49, E ’51 | Basil Proll ’40 | Rinaldo F. Ritchie ’42 | Clifford J. Rudden ’41 | Francis J. Ryan ’43 | Thomas L. Tasso ’41 | Charles A. Teutschel ’47, E ’49 | Edward Van Derslice ’49 | Dr. John Vriend ’49, E ’50, MA ’51 | Phyllis L. Wolf ’46
1950s Ronald D. Arroyo ’57 | Edward B. Baffico ’51 | Vernon L. Beaudine ’54 | Albert C. Behrenhoff ’58 | James B. Brasil, JD ’50 | John M. Bray ’50 | William H. Briare ’52 | Loretta A. Brinzo ’53 | Stephen P. Bonanno ’58 | Thomas C. Chapman ’51 | Anthony S. Compagno ’57 | Robert T. Cramer, JD ’51 | Daniel J. Curtin ’54, JD ’57 | Carvin T. Dowke ’52 | R. Jerome Ennis ’59 | Robert V. Gibson, JD ’51 | Milton T. Gottardi ’52, E ’54 | Velma M. Harstead ’57 | William J. Hayes ’51 | William L. Jenkins ’50 | Vernon L. Kipping, JD ’51 | John P. Kyne ’53 | Estelle Meiers, P.B.V.M. ’56 | Norman F. MacKenzie ’52 | Leo T. McCarthy ’55 | Francis L. Mc Cullough ’52 | Wilbur A. McLaughlin ’50 | Robert J. Morelli, M.D. ’50 | Edward P. Mullan ’51 | Damon G. Nalty ’56 | James A. O’Neil ’59, E ’61 | Howard A. Potts, JD ’51 | Leo J. Puccinelli, JD ’50 | John F. Rabe ’51, E ’52 | William H. Renner ’50 | John R. Samuelsen ’56 | Charles P. Semple ’53 | Elizabeth A. Williams, JD ’50 | Orville I. Wright, JD ’54
1960s Robert W. Burton ’63, E ’64 | James F. Cullinane ’66 | Alfred C. Fabris, JD ’60 | Michael V. Franchetti ’64 | Robert E. Gaddis ’65 | James F. Gilwee, JD ’68 | Roy B. Hurlbut, MBA ’68 | Frank P. Lazio ’62 | David J. Madruga ’60, E ’64 | James A. McKenzie ’68 | Tomio J. Miyoshi ’60 | Gwen M. Monroe, JD ’61 | Mary Nazareth, O.P. ’67 | Stanley M. Nowicki ’64 | Daniel I. O’Callaghan ’65 | Robert R. Quinlan ’68 | Thomas A. Redmond, MA ’65 | James C. Olsson ’69 | James C. O’Rourke ’61 | John P. Penebsky ’61 | David P. Satterfield ’64 | Dennis A. Simotas ’66 | Raymond V. Stagnaro, E ’60, E ’64, MA ’68 | Michael J. Weishaar, MA ’61
1970s Ingrid M. Barr ’78 | Frank M. Beede ’78 | Mary A. Byrne ’71 | James E. Cagnacci, E ’70 | Jeannie Carter, MA ’79 | Daniel E. Casey ’73 | Molua Conheady, MA ’75 | Christopher M. Dolan, JD ’77 | Millicent S. Doty ’79 | Teddy R. Fielding, MA ’77 | Patrick L. Gileau, JD ’77 | Barbara J. Hannigan, MA ’76 | Gene W. Hughes, MBA ’70 | Sally A. Klinkenborg, MA ’79 | Donald N. Klipper, MA ’79 | John S. Martin, JD ’77 | Maurice Mc Crimmon ’79 | Anne M. Mulligan, MA ’79 | Gerald T. Murphy ’75 | Sr. Ann T. Nagy, MA ’77 | Lisa J. Niebauer ’79 | Shirley I. Nicoll ’77 | Sr. Ann B. Notch, O.S.B., MA ’75 | Margaret C. O’Neill ’75 | Dorothy P. Penn, MA ’77 | Harry E. Rex ’78 | Forrest B. Rey ’79 | Jean P. Rogers ’77 | Jose Maria A. Rufino ’79 | Martha M. Souza, MA ’79 | Susan Steinmetz, MA ’78 | Betty V. Tharaldson, MA ’78 | Glenn R. Thelen ’77 | Robert J. Thompson ’79 | Evelyn Yee, MA ’79 | Lawrence G. Zugnoni ’77
1980s Lori Bertolini ’85 | Mary L. Brogan ’81 | Ardis A. Campbell, MA ’88 | Nancy R. Box, MA ’86 | Carol Butler ’80 | G. Berteenia Cole ’80 | John L. Cornett ’83 | Richard W. Curran, MA ’84 | Philip J. Davin ’82 | Shirley S. Edmon ’82 | Angele Guerbidjian ’81 | John J. Hartman ’87 | Winifred S. Hill, MA ’80 | Dana P. Kelly II, MS ’82 | Virginia G. Lammi ’81 | Dr. Robert J. Lavaysse ’81 | Carlos C. Lopez ’86 | Florence Lynch, MA ’89 | Glenn Mahan, MPA ’89 | Lawrence L. Mendoza ’82 | Kathleen M. Quigley, MS ’82 | Catherine A. Palinkas ’80 | Melissa I. Paulino ’84 | Letha Pletcher, MA ’80 | Stella R. Reichmuth, EdD ’88 | Arturo R. Souza ’85 | Rosine J. Tarr ’81 | Ann Thompson ’80 | Brian E. Thorne, MBA ’80 | Stephen F. Valenti, MA ’81 | Covetter L. Wiley ’81 | Henry C. Williams ’81 | William R. Windes ’88
1990s Yolande W. Boysaw ’94 | Stacey M. Brizzolara ’96 | Sara L. Brownell, MA ’97 | Elizabeth P. Conklin, JD ’90 | Donna E. Glickman, C, ’90 | Robert W. Jenkins ’96, MA ’98 | Kenneth R. Hiatt ’95 | Bernard P. Rice ’93 | Barbara L. Scott ’91 | Karma D. Thomas ’98 | Rachel P. Wahl ’98
2000s Barbara Hammerman ’02 | Michael K. Manley ’00 | Mark E. Osborne ’02