1945 Timothy John O’Donovan was named a monsignor by Pope Benedict XVI in November. Msgr. O’Donovan was ordained a Franciscan priest in 1949 and has been serving in north Idaho with the Diocese of Boise since 1958. He retired as a full-time priest in 2003, but continues his ministry part-time for St. Joseph’s Church in Sandpoint, Idaho, and Sacred Heart Church in Clark Fork, Idaho. 1948 Anastacio Ver and his wife Beatrice, along with many other married couples, renewed their vows Feb. 14 at a special Mass at St. Anne of the Sunset Church in San Francisco. The Mass was attended by more than 400 worshipers.
1953 William Zappettini and his wife Paula received the 2008 Assumpta Award, presented by San Francisco Archbishop George Niederauer. The award is presented to those deemed to embody the characteristics of the saints. The Zappettinis were recognized for their generosity of time and talent to various civic and religious organizations. The two are longtime members of Church of the Nativity Paris in Menlo Park. 1955 Carl Nolte writes the Native Son column for the San Francisco Chronicle. 1957 Albert Boro, mayor of San Rafael, was recently elected president of the board of directors of the Golden Gate Bridge District. 1959 John Barbieri is a member of the Castro Valley Unified School District Board of Education. Edward Chow received the Alumni Merit Award from Saint Louis University School of Medicine for his service and commitment to the community. John Manning was treated to a trip to Italy as a 70th birthday gift by his wife Melanie. Manning works full-time for Employer Insurance Company of Nevada.
1961 Collin P. Quock was honored with the Christ the King Award by St. Ignatius College Preparatory in November. 1962 Willard Grant is vice president of commercial lending with GEM Commercial. Grant and his wife Hermi live in San Diego, along with four children and seven grandchildren. 1963 Steven Lee Redlich recently retired from Platinum Underwriters Reinsurance. Redlich was vice president for underwritting in Latin America and the Caribbean. He also formed SLR International, a reinsurance consultancy. He and his wife Rosario live in Miami and have five children and three grandchildren. 1964 Thomas F. Cargill received his ordination as a permanent deacon in the Reno Diocese in October. Cargill serves the parish of St. Rose of Lima, Reno, and is a hospital and police chaplain. He is also a professor of economics at the University of Reno and received the 2008 Regents Researcher Award, the highest research award in the State of Nevada. His most recent book is Japan Since 1980. Emmet B. Keeffe, E ’65, is vice president and chief medical officer of Romark Laboratories in Sausalito and professor of medicine emeritus at Stanford University Medical Center. Keeffe is also editor-in-chief of Digestive Diseases and Sciences, a journal in its 76th year of continuous publication. 1965 Charlotte Brandt gathered for an October weekend in Carmel with other members of the USF nursing class of ’65. 1967 John M. Gates is president and CEO of SKE Support Services and SKE Srl. in Mannheim, Germany and Vicenza, Italy, respectively. 1968 G. Martin Lively, JD, after falling in love with Costa Rica 20 years ago, now lives there. Donna Krueger-Phair received the Edyth May Sliffe Award for distinguished teaching of mathematics from the Mathematical Association of American. 1969 Matthew McKay, MA, is the author of the novel Wawona Hotel.
1970 Madeline Fendler, MA ’91, was chosen to be the grand marshal of the San Rafael High School homecoming parade in October 2008. She has taught for 33 years at high schools in Marin County and Vallejo. Timothy T. Ruef is vice president for executive search firm Michael E. Marion & Associates in Murray Hill, N.J. Terrence W. Tilley and Maureen A. Tilley teach in the theology department at Fordham University where Terrence is department chair. He also is president of the Catholic Theology Society of America. Maureen is past president of the North American Patristics Society. 1971 Ed Quinn, E ’73, retired as superintendent of Jefferson School District in Tracy after 12 years. 1972 Al Raddi, MA, retired after 33 years in public social services and moved from Trinidad, Calif. to Milford, Mich. with his wife Julie Booth. Peter Twede was appointed as a judge in the Superior Court of California, Glenn County. 1973 John Kiramis was elected mayor of Foster City in November. John Raffetto founded Ambassador Care to provide free care to Medicare members traveling abroad. Ambassador Care is the first global network of thousands of doctors and hospitals in Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Philippines, Thailand, and Sacramento. 1975 Mark Gladden leads Passalacqua, Mazzoni, Gladden, Lopez & Maraviglia, a law firm that for more than 70 years has focused its practice on serving Sonoma County grape growers and wineries. 1976 Harry Higgins, MA, has been inducted into the Banjo Hall of Fame. The Walnut Creek resident spends most of his time riding motorcycles. 1977 Karen Mendonca, MA, E, was elected to the Moraga Town Council. Deborah Skalko is chief nurse anesthetist at Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center. Skalko is also retiring from the Air Force Reserve, with 23 years of military service. 1978 Peggy Fulton Hora, JD, of the Superior Court of California, Alameda County, was chosen as a “Thinker in Residence” for South Australia. Thinker in Residence is an award that recognizes both exceptional talent and outstanding leadership. Steve Filios was named assistant commissioner of the Central Coast Section of the California Interscholastic Federation. He taught and coached at St. Francis High School in Mountain View for more than 30 years. 1979 David Alioto and John Doyle ’89 are making a big impact on the San Jose Earthquakes. Alioto is vice president of business operations and Doyle is general manager of soccer operations.
1980 Charles Barragan provides guidance, planning, process, and HR support to all University of California locations and oversees the review, development, preparation, and standardization of UC policies, programs, and processes. Doug Fine is director of organization development and professional learning at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. Fine has also remarried. Steve Heitel is the new president and director of Presidio Bank. Joann Jelly, MA ’85, EdD ’92, is a tenured faculty member of the psychology department at Barstow College and has been named Outstanding Faculty Member. She is also a recipient of the 2008 USA Funds Retention Award for research in student retention. Mary Killeen Lyons is the newly elected national president of the Association of Contemplative Sisters. Joseph Schunk was elected to the Napa Valley Unified School District Board of Education in November. John Volponi recently moved to Telluride, Colo. to be the general manager of a new hotel, Capella Telluride. 1981 Jasmine Madatian has joined Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures as senior vice president of publicity. 1982 Anita Courtnier has retired from Los Rios Community College District. 1983 Todd McFarren, JD, is president of the California Applicants’ Attorneys Association, whose members represent Californians injured on the job. Jerry Wilkerson was elected to the Solano Community College District Governing Board. 1984 Jeffrey Schoppert, JD, is managing partner and civil litigator of Keegin, Harrison, Schoppert, Smith & Karner. 1985 Linda Cannell and her husband Merk celebrate 50 years of marriage. Kari Pecha’s daughter Liz followed a three-generation tradition and graduated from the nursing school at California State University, San Diego. 1986 Steve Campbell has entered the field of emergency management and is the emergency management coordinator for the city of Issaquah, Wash. 1987 Jerry Adams, MPA, retired as Lodi’s police chief in December 2007 and was appointed public safety liaison to the director of California Homeland Security in April 2008. Andrew John Morrice is managing director of Mezzo International Pte. Ltd. Lisa Yimm and her company, HDR-VFX LLC, recently created a high-resolution virtual tour of every Lexus Automobile dealership in the United States. 1989 Wilfried Kainz, MBA, Austrian president of DO & CO, married Marian Pentelenyi at Balaton Lake in Hungary. Wayne Douglas Madden, MA, retired from teaching after 30 years in the classroom. Madden moved to Edmonton, Wash. and spends his time volunteering by helping children with reading and mathematics. Gary W. Schmitz retired as fire chief from the city of San Mateo and now lives in Knoxville, Tenn., and loves it.
1990 Robert J. Filiault is an attorney for Vestas Americas in Portland. 1991 Steve Anglin is concluding his career in computer book and media publishing with nearly 150 books and two e-zine sites to his credit. Judy Cosmos, MA, is recognized as a leader among the Catholic school community. At San Francisco’s Holy Names of Jesus Elementary School, Cosmos draws from the basic foundation of Catholicism to teach about faith and to provide support and advice. 1992 Rev. William Davis, MA, is the district pastor for the Seventh-day Adventist Church congregations in the five counties of northeastern Wyoming. He has developed lay ministry training programs for his district based on the pedagogy of Paulo Friere and Ellen G. White. Warren Dranit, JD, is partner and trademark expert of Spaulding, McCullough & Tansil. Jensen Shirley, MHR, completed his dissertation defense, “Congregation Activism in the Community: A Study of Faith-Based Leadership in an African American and Predominately White Church,” at the University of San Diego. Marc A. Sockol, JD, is a partner in the intellectual property group at Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP. He is managing partner in the firm’s Menlo Park office. Neil Tobin and his wife Lisa Lynne live in Folsom where they run three businesses and enjoy the company of four dogs. Tobin is the president of McKinley 1 Enterprises, which places capital for resort real estate projects. Lisa’s business, The Animal Den Pet Resort, was featured in Sacramento Magazine and Midtown Monthly. 1993 Michael Machado, a California state senator, sponsored state senate bill SB 1319, which requires that all Californians be notified before their lost or forgotten belongings are sent to the state. Raul Rivera recently located to Brussels, Belgium in support of U.S. Support to NATO. 1994 Theresa Molinelli, MA, EdD ’01, recently moved from San Jose to Redwood City. She serves as assistant principal of Country Lane and Baker elementary schools in the Moreland School District in San Jose. Alexandra L. Nims and her husband Lt. J.R. Nims welcomed son Logan John Nims, born in February 2008. Logan joins brother Jason, 3. William J. Pickens, MA, is a detective with the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office in the crisis management unit. Elizabeth Jane Porter, MA, had her novel Flirting with Forty turned into a holiday movie starring Heather Locklear and Robert Buckley. The movie aired on Lifetime in December. 1995 Dawna Frenchie Reeves, JD, was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Superior Court of California, Stanislaus County. 1997 Amy Marsh is a clinical sexologist and certified hypnotherapist after obtaining a doctorate in human sexuality from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Marsh has also established a nonprofit organization, the Asperger’s Intimacy Counseling and Education Program. Jason A. Servatius recently joined a natural medicine practice in Mill Valley. 1998 David J. Canepa is councilmember for Daly City. Dolores G. Delgado, MHR, Lathrop police chief, was recognized in September by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and the California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for being one of the state’s highest ranking Latinas in law enforcement. Lisa Waits, EdD, was named interim superintendent and president of Solano Community College. 1999 Franki Fitterer recently moved to Washington, D.C. to take the position as director of public relations and marketing at American University Washington College of Law. Debra K. Gliozzi, MBA, received her teaching credential in business and math and now teaches at San Ramon Valley High school and at the college level. Jude Patch Guglielmino is a full-time volunteer, splitting time between the Santa Rosa Police, Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, and Healdsburg Fire Department. Stephanie Stone, MPA, is vice president of programs and outreach for Coro Southern California. Her son Sean is serving in Los Angeles as a City Year Corp member and her daughter Katie is preparing for a trip to Sacramento as a member of Youth in Government. Jamie Earl Williams, EdD, is athletic director of the Academy of Art’s new sports program.
2000 Mary Anne Brady, EdD, completed teaching two MBA classes in Ho Chin Minh City, Vietnam. Her travels include Vietnam and China. Anthony Casas Jr., MHR, was the subject of an article in Latino Leader Magazine. Miles B. Cooper, JD, and Mary Anne Bendotoff, JD ’01, recently married in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Bendotoff is excited about her new career running Fix, LLP, a business that provides contract attorneys and legal services to litigation firms. Cooper continues to help the catastrophically injured at The Veen Firm, P.C., where he serves as the managing attorney and trial team leader. Kaliha Boykin Johnson is married with a 5-year-old daughter. She received her master’s degree in professional counseling and is pursuing a master’s in forensic psychology. Ross Mirkarimi, MS, is a San Francisco supervisor and is a community advocate. Aimee Mele received a second bachelor’s degree from California State University, Northridge in deaf studies sign language interpreting. Mele is currently pursuing national interpreter’s certification while working at the Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness. Andrezza H. Oikawa Rocha, LLM, became senior partner of Franceshini Associados, a Brazillian law firm specializing in international business transactions. 2001 Aaron Anderson has been working as a research analyst at Fisher Investments, a money management firm based in Woodside. Anderson recently wrote a book on global equity investing, Own the World: How Smart Investors Create Global Portfolios. Iris May E. Valerio graduated from the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine in 2005 and now works at a private medical practice in Burbank. Sean VanGundy graduated with a master’s degree in educational counseling from University of La Verne. 2002 Lee Foster, MBA, is the executive director of Diablo Ballet of Walnut Creek. Robert Gordon, JD, assists clients with estate planning, wills, and trusts. Emily Marrs and Reed Milnes ’01, MNA ’07, are engaged. The couple will marry in spring 2010. Jordan VanPickerill graduated from Washington University School of Law in 2007 and moved to Chicago in October 2008. VanPickerill is now working as assistant corporation counsel for the city of Chicago’s law department. 2003 Jimi Harris, JD, is a governmental relations and public affairs representative at PG&E. Theresa Field married Richard Bobroski in July 2008. Iraida Lopez Oliva, JD, established in 2006 the Law Offices of Iraida L. Oliva, a private family law firm in Santa Ana. 2004 Ian Goodman, MSN, works as a nurse practitioner in the emergency department at San Francisco General Hospital. Goodman recently returned from a medical mission in Haiti and hopes to go on a medical mission to Guatemala. Roberto Graves traveled to Costa Rica and Nicaragua where he met close family. For the past three years Graves has been working in soccer marketing programs. Danelle Marie Hairston, MAT ’05, is currently a kindergarten teacher for Los Angeles Unified School District and recently started her own event planning company. Paul Lebo was promoted to portfolio analyst of KeyBank’s investments strategy team. Lebo is also actively involved in the community, volunteering as a cabinet member of GenerationNext, the young professionals initiative of the United Way of Greater Cleveland. Frederic Lewis works as a regional human resources manager for C.K.E. Restaurants. Lewis and his wife Sonja Lewis ’97 are the proud parents of Jehlani Paulette and Ahjani Frederic Lewis. Nancy Moody, MNA, was named CEO of Lifehouse, a Marin County nonprofit agency that serves developmentally disabled adults. Linda Pfeifer, EdD, was elected to the Sausalito City Council in November. Terrah Wibbenhorst, MA, has a private marriage and family therapy practice in Sacramento. She has specialized in treating young children and families for the past 10 years. Sonia Nataly Zaldana worked for Citi for four years as a financial adviser in New York. Zaldana plans on attending grad school. 2005 David Ghannadi, MBA, married Sarah Jebreil in August. They now live in Southern California. Ghannadi works for JP Morgan Chase in the real estate banking division out of the Irvine offices. Diana Spieker, MFA, and Krista Skehan recently published the children’s book, Alphabetica. 2006 Jessica Wilson Cruz works for the Sacramento Waldorf School as the director of development. Cruz and her husband were expecting their first child in January. Michael Harrie attends the College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University. Kathleen Jones, MBA, is the director of Fast Tract, a new department at the Wilmington Veterans Hospital. David H. Lukenbill, MPA, had his second book, Carceral World, Communal City, published. Tim Tam and his brother Bo Tam are owners of Bistro 1491, an all-day cafe on the lower end of Solano Avenue in Albany. 2007 Jessica M. Smedley, MA, is enrolled in a doctorate of psychology program at Fuller Theological Seminary. Ajay Stone works for the National Geographic Society. Stone lives in Pacific Grove with his wife Christina and two children, Hailey, 5, and Hannah, 2. Jennifer E. Wright, MS, is program manager officer for Genentech and is now a registrant on the National Registry of Microbiologists. The NRM credential has rigorous educational and experiential requirements and also requires successful registrants to pass a comprehensive written exam. 2008 Younson Huang is an audit associate at Grant Thorton LLP in San Francisco. Vivek Dharne, MS, works as a radiation safety specialist at the University of Southern California. Chris Dorazio, MA, is vice president of Modern Wealth Group in Del Mar. Candice Jeanne Stevenson, MA, traveled and studied voice, piano, Italian, and French. Stevenson taught English and music while studying in Parma and Florence, Italy.
1930s Betty Culver ’37 | William P. Golden ’37 | Ruth Maloney ’39 | John B. May ’39 | Raymond F. Nesbitt ’36 | Duane T. Newton ’39 | Ursula Parker ’38 | Esther Vannucci ’39 | Vinton W. Vaughan ’33
1940s Rev. Monsignor Thomas F. Ahern ’47 | Paul E. Bose ’49 | David Eugene Burke ’41 | Robert I. Burns ’43 | Thomas J. Carroll ’47 | John S. Cody, JD ’49 | James C. Dawson ’46 | Lornahope DeClue ’44 | Joseph G. Kelly ’47 | John A. Lacombe ’43 | Frank E. Lawson ’40 | William P. Lewellyn ’40 | Gloria Maciel ’47 | Frank W. Mahoney ’43, JD ’48 | Robert. L. McDonald, JD ’49 | Robert E. O’Malley ’47 | Rosemary O’Sulivan ’45 | Edward R. Paukovich ’49 | Thomas J. Pope, JD ’49 | Philip J. Reilly ’49 | William V. Scott Jr. ’40 | J. Luis Zabala ’49
1950s James Boggan ’53 | Dallas D. Brock Jr., JD ’55 | Mary T. Coyle ’50 | Ramiro F. Cruz ’58, E ’59 | John E. Curley Jr. ’58 | Robert E. Denison ’51 | James L. Faulk ’57 | Erich Fink ’59, E ’60 | Richard Gregory ’58 | Wayne M. Guest ’54 | James G. Hickey Jr. ’51 | Lauretta F. Kearney ’58, E ’65, MA ’68 | George Kujacich ’52 | Walter V. Lary ’54 | Helen Mason ’50 | Edward J. McGanney, JD ’53 | Michael J. Mergen ’52 | George A. Michael ’52 | John D. Minto ’55 | George B. Muse, JD ’51 | Benardine Norton ’51 | Philip F. O’Connor ’54 | Barbara Pelosi ’56 | James M. Pidgeon ’53 | Thomas J. Pollino ’56 | William G. Proudfit ’59 | Florence Rowell ’52 | Mary Ann Sweeney ’50 | Richard A. Swint ’50 | Vernon M. Tisdale Jr. ’59 | Jeanne Van Schaack ’51 | Victor M. Wong ’59 | Owen E. Woodruff Jr., JD ’52
1960s George A. Armanini ’62 | Gerald A. Bennett ’69 | Paul P. Carey ’67 | Edward V. Chiolo ’65, JD ’68 | Martin J. Coen III ’63 | James A. Cox ’68 | Donald Del Grande ’64 | M. Doris A. Donaldson, PBVM ’63 | Raymond W. Gerhardt ’68 | Richard W. Harper ’63 | Paul B. Hogan ’67 | Patrick T. Kenefick ’68 | Joan R. McKay ’69 | Nancy McLaughlin, PBVM ’64 | Howard F. Miller ’69, E ’70, MA ’71 | Corydon B. O’Bryne ’67 | Patti Reeves ’67 | Ulric H. Reynolds ’63 | Marvin J. Rossi ’61 | Brian R. Rutley ’67 | Julia Ryan ’60 | James L. Swenson ’61 | Robert T. Winkley ’60, E ’63 | Harry Van Kampen ’64
1970s J. Bradley Brodtman ’77 | Kaye M. Carson ’79 | Robert Casel, MBA ’70 | John F. Derrig ’78 | Virginia Dewberry ’74, MPA ’86 | Judith Dougherty ’72 | John S. Dry ’79 | John A. Edwards ’75, MBA ’70 | Joseph A. Fernekes ’72 | David Ferranti, MA ’76 | Evelyn Fitzgerald, MA ’76 | Nancy B. Fritzsche ’73 | Elizabeth Gonzales ’79 | Ida M. Hassen, MA ’78 | Dennis M. Hendrickson ’76 | Leo W. Kerrebijn ’78 | Russell J. Lombard, JD ’74 | Darleen D. McDaniel ’79 | Willie C. McNeil ’70 | Kevin P. McTiernan ’72 | Robert R. Moser ’70 | Rosemary P. Moses, MA ’76 | W. Clay Paxton ’76 | Peter L. Sparks ’70 | Shirley A. Wittman, MA ’79 | Loyd Yeargain ’76 | Ann Moore ’76 | Lani Silver ’70 | Joe Henry Wyrick ’78
1980s William A. Boehly ’85, MA ’87 | Algeo D. Casul, MA ’81 | Glen C. Doyle, EdD ’84 | Sali F. Evans ’85 | Hester V. Gavaldon ’85, MA ’87 | Judith Jacobs ’83 | Harvey E. Johnson ’80 | William C. Kenyon ’86 | Oscar R. Lafontaine ’86, MS ’06 | Samuel J. Levy ’80, MA ’82 | Rob R. Mackey, JD ’81 | Claire H. Murphy ’83 | John D. Pinney ’88 | Marie B. Rogers, MA ’83 | Zino Song, EdD ’81 | David C. Surber, MBA ’89 | Carol Wells, MA ’80 | H. David Zimmer Jr. ’84
1990s Paul E. Birkel ’91 | Carl Brown ’90 | Monica F. Duncan, MPA ’91 | John P. Halliwill, MPA ’97 | Louise P. Maurer ’99 | Patton Mary, EdD ’91 | Debra S. Phillips ’96 | Janet S. Williams ’96
2000s Anna M. Fuentes, JD ’01 | Mark C. Mariano, MPA ’00