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1951 Bob Fairbanks and his wife, Pat, celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary with
a cruise to Antarctica and Easter Island. Their ship participated in the rescue of 154 passengers whose cruise ship hit an iceberg and sunk near the Antarctic Peninsula. Many of Fairbanks’ travel articles appear on www.worldisround.com. 1952 Burl Toler, MA ’66,has been inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame. Toler was a linebacker on USF’s legendary 1951 football team and he became the NFL’s first African American on-field official. 1956 Former USF basketball star Hal Perry has been inducted into the African American Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame. 1957 Raul Aguilar, MBA ’93, has been married to his wife, Marguerite, for 50 years. He enjoys spending time with his three children and five grandchildren. He also enjoys skiing and photography. William Arata has been married to his wife, Peggy, for 46 years. They have two children, Robert and Sandra, and one grandson. Arata’s fondest memory of his time at USF is playing on the varsity baseball team. Ron Aranzino’s fondest memories of USF includes living in the “barracks” and having the opportunity to meet people from around the country and the world. He now works only a couple days a week and plays golf two to three times a week. Philip Bell is a retired appraiser and Lt. Commander for the U.S. Navy Reserve. His time spent at USF helped him realize the value of education. While at USF, Steve Blachios was honored to play on the basketball team and partake in two NCAA championships. He is currently a retired school teacher who likes to play tennis and spend time with his family. Michael Bliss is a semi-retired rancher and farmer. USF taught Bliss how to be productive in all functions of life. His fondest memory of USF was playing basketball on the 1952-53 freshman team. After 35 years of service, Al Boro retired from Pacific Bell in 1990. In November, Boro won re-election as mayor of San Rafael. Robert Braghetta, E ’59, and his wife, Hope, live in San Rafael. After trying once before, Braghetta finally succeeded at retiring in 2005. Raymond Casaudoumecq’s fondest memory of USF includes the basketball games and the dances. He and his wife, Joanne, love to visit their children and grandchildren. They also like to travel when feeling well. David Cerini is the retired president of Petaluma Mushroom Farm. His fondest memories of USF includes living in the “barracks” and meeting friends from all over the world. Dan Collins fondly remembers winning back-to-back basketball championships while studying at USF. Collins has retired after 40 years working for the Del Monte Corporation. After graduating from USF, Terry Curran spent two years as an armed forces officer stationed in Korea, then returned to school to study for an MBA. Curran, with his wife, Nancy, has traveled to more than 50 countries. John Dado is a partner in a Northern California accounting firm. He and his wife, Sharon, have two sons and six grand- children. His fondest memory of USF is the basketball team’s success. In 2006, George Fegan retired from Santa Clara University after teaching engineering and mathematics for 24 years. His fondest memory of USF was the faculty of the English department, who were all extremely dedicated instructors.Robert Gadas is semi-retired and has a small money-management company. Jack Guenza Jr. has been married to his wife, Sue, for 42 years. They have two sons. His fondest memory of USF is being part of the first class to move into Phelan Hall. Fernando Gumucio’s fondest memories of USF include living in the “barracks,” the basketball team, and the dances. Gumucio and his wife, Marie, enjoy traveling, going to the opera, and listening to the symphony. After departing USF, Jerry Harrison got involved in legal education. Over a 45-year span, Harrison has served as dean of two law schools. He is currently a tenured professor at Michigan State University, Law College. Richard Lori enjoys fishing, watching soccer, and seeing his five grandchildren grow into adulthood. Fr. Raymond Kenny spent 43 years as a diocesan priest, working in both Marin and Santa Clara County parishes. In his free time Fr. Kenny enjoys listening to jazz. Warren Lubichspent 36 years as a research associate at the University of California, San Francisco. Warren’s fondest memories of USF were the many social events that took place on campus. After leaving USF, Ken Lynch attended the University of California, Hastings Law School. He practiced law for more than 20 years, and now enjoys spending time with his wife, two daughters, and grandchildren. Peter Monahan has four children and four grandchildren. He is a recovering high school English teacher. His fondest memory of USF is flunking ROTC his fall semester of freshman year. Bill Mullholland enjoys playing golf and spending time with his grandchildren. While at USF, he learned the means to accomplish his goals in life. His fondest memories include the basketball team and his membership in Beta Phi Sigma. John Murray has been a lawyer in San Francisco for 40 years. His fondest memory of USF was the National Championship basketball team. Tom Nelson is retired after being a trial attorney. He now enjoys playing golf and spending time with his wife. To Jim Newhoff, USF was a place to learn the value of ethics in both business and life. Newhoff is happily retired and enjoys traveling to different places. After leaving USF, Robert O’Reilly went to law school and practiced law for 35 years. Fred Passalacqua has traveled extensively in Europe and has worked as a stockbroker for 30 years. After several years of retirement, he is starting a new wine label. After more than 30 years with Anderson Consulting, Robert Pedrazzini retired as a project manager of Integrated Computer Information Systems. G. Alfred Roensch, JD ’60, practiced law in San Francisco until 1987, then became a financial consultant to start-up companies, which he continues to do on a full-time basis. Dick Skidmore has been married to his wife, Pat, for 48 years. He has three children and seven grand- children. He is retired after a 40-year career in the financial services industry. His fondest memory of USF is when the rosary beads came out in the rooting section in the final seconds of the USF vs. Oregon State game, which USF won 57-56. Ricardo Tan has been married for 46 years to Bea. They have five children and six grandchildren. John Twomey is a retired concrete contractor. He has been married to his wife, Margaret, for more than 18 years. Twomey enjoys spending time at his cabin in Lake Tahoe. Vince Vargas was married in 1979 to Bobbi, and together they have five children and five grandchildren. He retired in 2000 from Hoerchst Celanese. After graduating from USF, Peter Zabriskie entered a master’s program in social work. 1958John Popovich has retired after 35 years in the U.S. Diplomatic Foreign Service. He served in Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Yemen, Egypt, and Panama.
1960 Robert T. Lynch, JD ’63, has become a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in North America. 1962 Tom Mohr, MA, E, has been elected to the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Peninsula Board of Directors. Mohr was also selected as president of Cañada College in May 2007. 1964 Paul Kozeand his wife, Linnea, Bill Lucke and his wife, Pam, Jim McCartin, MBA ’85, and his wife, Maureen, and Art Ruthenbeck and his wife, Beth, gathered in Portland, Ore. for a self-proclaimed “USF 1964 mini reunion” in October.1967 Terry Kelley was recently elected to a three-year term with the Case Management Society of America National Board of Directors. Dr. Frank Meyskens is a practicing oncologist and professor of medicine at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center, directing the Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Meyskens has published his first collection of poetry in Aching for Tomorrow, which delves into the ways a physician and patient relationship develops and changes.
1970 Joanne M. Martin is a senior recruiter for the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. John Troccoe, MBA ’73, retired in January after 30 years with the Federal Bank. He developed and implemented the District of Safety and Office of Emergency Management positions of the Federal Bank. Peter Twede is running for the Glenn County Superior Court seat in Willows that is being vacated this year by the retirement of Judge Angus I. Saint-Evans. 1972 Lynn Jimenez has published ¿Se Habla Dinero?, a family guide to financial systems. It is written in English and Spanish. Randy Royce was elected to the city council of San Carlos. 1973 John Kiramis has been elected vice mayor of Foster City. James M. Wood, JD, an attorney for Reed Smith, has won the California Lawyer Angel Award for his pro bono work on a groundbreaking case ensuring that California students with diabetes receive proper in-school care. Shelia P. Burke is a faculty research fellow and adjunct lecturer in public policy at the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy, Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. She was recently announced as a member of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in Washington, D.C.1974 Last year on her 60th birthday, Marta Bennett, JD, graduated from the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute with a master’s in clinical psychology. She plans to specialize in posttraumatic stress syndrome. James M. Mize, JD, was recently elected as the next judge of the Sacramento Superior Court. Jesse Ortiz is the chief golf club designer for Bobby Jones Golf Company. Mary Eve Schmitt is the executive vice president at Cappa & Graham, an event and destination management firm in San Francisco. Taun (Closentino) Relihan and Jack Relihan ’76 celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary last year. Taun, who completed her doctoral work several years ago in integral studies, is working as a clinical and quality assurance coordinator at Mission Hospice of San Mateo County. She is also a lecturer in education, an artist, and arts educator. Jack is working for the California Department of Labor. Their son, who is 23, is a political science major at San Francisco State University. 1975 Jim Laveroni, who served with the Novato Police Department since 1977, recently retired and began to work in two fields for which he has a passion: videography and music. 1977 Paul Herrerias, MHR ’91, recently merged his practice into Stanton Chase-San Francisco. Stanton Chase, with 57 offices, was recently ranked the ninth executive search firm globally. Herrerias runs and owns the San Francisco office and serves as the managing director. He has three children, Michelle, 18, a student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, Katie, 18, a junior in high school, and Max, 9, a student at a public charter school in Novato. Katherine Moore, MA ’80, was appointed clinical director of Catholic Social Services of Solano County. Moore was a psychotherapist in Yuba City and has 25 years of experience working in numerous agencies, coordinating services for clients, and facilitating groups in her private practice. 1978 Justin McCarthy, formerly an Eastern Rite Monastic, is now engaged in organizational leadership. Since obtaining an MBA in organizational leadership from John F. Kennedy University in 1997, McCarthy has focused on consulting for Bay Area nonprofits. Paul Pastorino recently became chairman of the board of the newly formed Nonviolence Fund, a nonprofit organization focused on funding projects that promote and foster nonviolence amongst rival gang members. Farkhondeh (Farrah) Solouki earned a master of science from San Jose State University in 1982 and since then has worked in corporate business.
1981 Barry J. Ruth retired to Manila, Philippines, and married Elma O. Espinosa, a graduate of the University of the Philippines and a special education teacher. Manteca Community Action Program Executive Director Emmanuel Serriere, MA ’81, received a certificate of recognition from California State Assemblyman Greg Aghazarian “in honor of his commitment to improving the community through kindness, for the enduring value of his professional goals and pursuit of excellence.” Robert J. Tindall, MS, is president and principal consultant for Strategic Human Resource Solutions, LLC in Phoenix. 1982Peter Astiz, JD, is an attorney with DLA Piper and specializes in technology-focused businesses. He represents clients in private and public financing transactions, including initial public offerings, and mergers and acquisitions. Albirda Rose, EdD, a San Francisco State University professor, is the creator of the Village Dancers Program. The program aims to reach out to youth who seldom have the opportunity to develop their natural talents or participate in extracurricular activities. It recently won a grant from the Walter & Elise Haas Fund. 1984 Karen M. Goodman, JD, a principal of Goodman & Associates in Sacramento will be installed as the new president of California Women Lawyer. She will be the first CWL president from the Sacramento area. Mayor Gavin Newsom has hired former U.S. Attorney Kevin Ryan, JD, to lead the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice. Ryan has previously served as a San Francisco Superior Court judge and Alameda County prosecutor. Roger Welt, EdD, was recently promoted from Allan Hancock College’s executive dean of off-campus programs to vice president of student services. Welt has worked for Allan Hancock College since 1992. Craig Borba, EdD, Palm Springs Unified School District assistant superintendent of pupil personnel services, has been named state Pupil Personnel Administrator of the Year by the Association of California School Administrators. 1985 Roberta Rodriguez-Havens is executive director of Open Path of Northern California, formally known as Resolve. It is the only organization of its kind to offer support, education, and resources to those facing the challenges of fertility treatment and adoption. Elisa Stephens, JD, is president of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Martha Whetstone, JD, is the new director of the Marine Mammal Center near Sausalito. Formerly, she was a general litigator and regional director for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. 1986 Sue Compton, MHL ’86, has two sons, Tim, 25, and Matt, 18. Compton lives with her husband, Joe, in Pleasanton. She has worked in the field of nursing since 1981. After graduating from USF, Julie Schindler enrolled in the Fashion Institute of Design and Manufacturing in San Francisco. She has since developed a line for Neiman-Marcus. 1987 Anthony Gilmore, formerly president of the Northern California division of Whole Foods Market Inc., the world’s largest natural and organic food supermarket chain, recently joined Safeway Inc. as vice president of lifestyle. Gilmore will participate in the design of the company’s lifestyle stores, which offer a variety of upscale features. Paul Hitchcock has changed his career and is now a partner with Heffernan Financial Services. He is the manager of Heffernan’s San Francisco branch. Paul and his wife, Victoria, welcomed their fourth child in 2006. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed Martin Jenkins, JD, to the First District Court of Appeal, based in San Francisco. Jenkins previously served on the U.S. District Court. Mark Massara, JD, is the founder of the National Association of Surfing Attorneys and director of the Californian Coastal Program for the Sierra Club. Kenneth Winans, MBA, president of Winans International Investment Management & Research, recently loaned the Museum of American Finance in New York a number of select antique financial documents from his collection. 1988 Dan Belville is the new San Mateo fire chief. Richard Bull has nearly completed his first year of service as Ripon police chief. Prior to Ripon, Bull served for 10 years as the police chief of Red Bluff and for 11 years with the Patterson Police Department. Presidio Bank, a San Francisco-based business bank founded in 2006, has announced the appointment of Michael Skubic to expand its commercial banking activity in the East Bay.
1990 Joshua Bloom, JD, has joined Barg Coffin Lewis & Trapp as partner. His environmental and natural resources practice includes counseling, litigation, and transactional work. Lars Lund, MA, has been named principal of Junipero Serra High School. He has been the acting principal at the San Mateo school since 2003. David Weiss, JD, is one of two new partners at Reed Smith. 1991 Rosario Anaya, MA ’02, a former member of the San Francisco Board of Education, is working for the San Francisco Unified School District on the digital divide task force. Tobias Brink is the new president and CEO of Tri-Valley Business Council. 1992 Lara Cullinane-Smith and her husband, Edward, have recently moved back to the Bay Area after living in Atlanta, Ga. for many years. Cullinane-Smith is a broker associate with Pacific Union GMAC Real Estate in San Francisco.Anjana Utarid, MA, E, has recently published her first children’s book. Utarid has collaborated with Room to Read, a nonprofit organization that caters to educating children in third world countries. The book, Roti Rolled Away, takes place in India. 1994Elizabeth (Lynch) O’Flaherty lives in Rhode Island with her husband, Michael. They had their third child, Bonnie, in April 2007. The couple’s other children are Mickey, 8, and Lilly, 6. Joe and Julianna (Acken) Walters have relocated to Portland with their three daughters, Madison, Kate, and Susannah. Joe has been named senior producer for Henry V Events, and Julianna continues in her career as a food writer, wine enthusiast, and chef.1995 Barbara Attard, MPA, the San Jose independent police auditor, hosted a conference of police oversight workers in September. Last year David Newhoff and his wife started a year-long sabbatical. The couple purchased a boat and sailed from Florida to the Caribbean, logging more than 1,800 miles. From the Caribbean they sailed to Bermuda and then Spain, bringing their total distance traveled since November 2006 to more than 6,000 miles. It has been one of Newhoff’s life-long goals to spend an extended amount of time on a sailboat. The couple has a Web site, www.tnianddavid.com, which details their travels. Dennis Purificacion, EdD ’03, serves the Diocese of Oakland as associate director of the Department for Evangelization and Catechesis. Among other duties, he oversees master catechist formation and the School for Pastoral Ministry. Amy (Salisbury) Reed and Jonathan Reed welcomed Maximilian Duffy Reed into the world on Nov. 8. Julie Treppa, JD, is a new partner at Coblentz, Patch Duffy & Bass in San Francisco. 1996 Suzanne Murphy-Malich and her husband, Dave, are proud parents of Kelly Elizabeth Malich. Suzanne is a children’s librarian in Edison, N.J. and Dave is a program manager for Oracle Corporation. After more than six years as head of corporate finance for Ernst & Young in Barcelona, Spain, Luis Gutierrez Roy, MBA, will join Telegraph Hill Group as managing partner. Telegraph Hill Group manages a venture capital fund investing in mobile, wireless, and media companies in Western Europe and the United States. Gillian Wegener, MA, has released a book The Opposite of Clairvoyance, which is a collection of her poems. 1997 Neil Baquiran, E, received an MBA in finance and decision science in May 2007 from George Washington University School of Business. He was also awarded the Board of Advisors and Graduate School of Business Leadership awards. He is engaged to Aileen Sicangco, MBA ’04, who is the associate director of supply chain at Jazz Pharmaceuticals in Palo Alto. Phil Cutti recently married Gretchen Clark. He works with Stanford athletes as an exercise physiologist in a sports medicine clinic. Kamili W. Dawson, JD, has been promoted to partner at the national law firm Seyfarth Shaw, LLP. Dawson works out of the San Francisco office where she practices in the firm’s labor and employment department. Dawson defends employers and individual employees in single and multi-plaintiff sexual harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, wage and hour, and contract claims brought under federal and state law. Along with being a member of the firm’s Diversity Action Team, Dawson is also a member of the Charles Houston Bar Association and the Girls After School Academy. Brian Philip, JD ’03, is a detective with the Palo Alto Police Department in charge of the family services unit. He is also a spokesman for the department and a member of the Palo Alto/Mountain View Regional SWAT Team. Philip is married to Bridget Philip, a pediatric anesthesiologist, a graduate of Santa Clara University and Georgetown Medical School. The couple has a 2-year-old daughter, Sabrina Philip. Carlos Baena has been involved in the feature animation film industry. He has worked for Lucasfilm and currently works for Pixar Animation Studios. Films he has worked on include Jurassic Park 3, Star Wars: Episode 2, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, and Ratatouille. 1998 Jane K. Fitzgeraldmarried Mark Toulson, originally of Middlesbrough, England, in Liege, Belgium, in September 2006. She taught English in France and Belgium for three years. The couple now lives in Atlanta, Ga., where Fitzgerald is assistant to the Canadian consul general. Ramsey Raher was presented with a Purple Heart by U.S. Army Capt. Michael Gerold and faculty at the University of San Francisco Military Science Department. Ramsey was wounded in an enemy rocket attack in Tunis, Iraq in July 2007, where he was serving with the U.S. Army, 377th Paratrooper Field Artillery Regiment, 4th Battalion, 25th Infantry Division.1999Samuel Coates, JD, is a partner with Cooley Godward Kronish. He is one of 12 new partners at the Palo Alto firm. David Gudelunas recently published a book titledConfidential to America: Newspaper Advice Columns. Jay Ingram, MPA, has been hired as Moraga’s new parks and recreational director. Formerly, Ingram was the City of San Rafael’s recreations supervisor.
2000 Anthony L. Casas Jr., MHR, received a PhD in industrial/organizational psychology in December from Capella University. Eric Larsen and Gretchen Larsen welcomed their new baby, Evan Karl, on Jan. 7. Edwin U. Roman Rivera graduated from the University of Puerto Rico, where he received a master’s in food science and technology. He works for Kraft Foods as a food microbiologist. After graduation, Andrew Stoe traveled around the globe before settling in Chicago for five years, where he met his wife, Mari. In 2007 the couple moved back to San Francisco. Andrew currently works for the recruiting department of eBay. Joe Alioto Veronese, JD, is a San Francisco Police Commissioner and civil rights lawyer. He also operates a small winery, Verotto, in Sonoma. Joe is seeking election to the State Senate District 3 seat. 2001 Jesse Foppert, a San Francisco Giants pitcher, is in the process of rehabilitating his elbow after a career-threatening ligament replacement surgery. Neena Gokli was married in San Diego in September. USF alumnae, Jessica (Miller) Penney, Laura (Morrill) Di Giovine, and Heather Randall were all bridesmaids. Chelsea Junget married Jacob Thomas of Marion, N.C. The couple plans to honeymoon in Asia. Katherine McNulty, MBA, is pleased to announce her engagement to Brian Howell. Brian was introduced to Kate as a networking contact during her job search a few years ago. William Reilly, JD, recently joined Microsoft Corporation in Mountain View as a transactional attorney. Reilly and his wife welcomed their first child, Liam, in January. Laura Tinetti received the 2007 Rising Star Award from The Staubach Company. She has been honored as a young professional who is growing quickly in importance in the field of commercial real estate. 2002 James Conroy ’05 andClaudia (Valenzuela) Conroy welcomed their first child, Aidan Santiago Conroy, in November. The family lives in Los Angeles where James was recently promoted to AVP/Branch Operations Manager with Pacific Western Bank. Claudia is a kindergarten teacher. Lois Moore, EdD, was inducted into the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame on March 27. 2003 Elaine M. Artman, EdD, joined Shorter College’s faculty as an associate professor of education and the director of the graduate program in education. Prior to joining Shorter College, Artman taught at Argosy University, the University of San Francisco, and Dominican University. Matt Capurro is in his fifth year as assistant to the head coach of the Oakland Raiders. Lily de Saussure exhibited her work at Aqua Art Miami in December and at Meat Market Gallery in Washington, D.C. in January. She also plans to show her work at the Katzen Art Museum in Washington, D.C., where she lives.Elinor Leary, JD, has been named pro bono coordinator of The Veen Firm of San Francisco. Leary focuses on civil litigation for personal injuries involving complicated medical issues and disabilities. Sean Prichard is the government and community affairs director for the San Francisco Apartment Association. 2004 Rafael Vazquez, JD, has recently joined Abramson Church & Stave LLP, a King City law firm, as an associate attorney. Vasquez’s areas of practice include civil litigation, labor and employment law, and criminal law. 2006 Michael Scott, MPA, is the director of human resources for CommuniCare Health Centers. CommuniCare provides medical, dental, prenatal, and behavioral health services to low income residents of Yolo County. Kendra Stanley has created a Web site, www.citybagtrade.com, to encourage people to use reusable grocery bags. The Web site offers a guide to making reusable bags, along with an opportunity to exchange and purchase custom grocery bags. 2007 Danny Ma is a financial services professional at MassMutual. He is also a member of the BNI Lands Chapter, the Golden Gate Business Association, and the National Association of Asian American Professionals.Browning Neddeau, MA, is a fourth grade teacher at Toyon Elementary School in East San Jose. He also teaches undergraduate courses at the National Hispanic University in San Jose.
1930s Edward J. Bacciocco ’30 | Carl G. Kadner ’33 | Edward V. Baraty Jr. ’35 | Richard Carpenter ’35, JD ’38 | Albert T. Suter JD ’37 | John J. Downes ’38 | Russell Zaches, JD ’38 | Blase Mathews ’39
1940s George Albert ’49 | John J. Cannon ’43 | Albert E. Cronin Jr. ’43, JD ’48 | Leland D. Duffield ’41 | James J. Duryea, JD ’49 | Walter J. Eager ’43 | Robert A. Felthous, JD ’46 | Roger P. Garety, JD ’48 | William A. Halonen ’49 | Dennis P. Keegan ’42 | Robert I. Mc Carthy ’42, JD ’48 | Harry J. Meisel ’41 | Joseph R. Milani ’49 | Michael O’Hanlon ’45 | Richard G. Raffetto ’48 | Norman E. Ringer ’42 | Joseph D. Ritts ’49 | Herman J. Schlesselmann ’47 | Joseph Torre ’41 | Edward F. Walsh ’43, JD ’48 | Voula G. Waters, JD ’49
1950s Christopher D. Askew ’59 | James H. Cara ’57, E ’65 | Samuel Carpenter ’52, E ’53 | Francis G. Carrade ’50 | Rouben V. Chakalian ’56 | William D. Crawford, JD ’55 | Eugene Dawydiak ’52, E ’53 | John A. Ertola, JD ’54 | John W. Ford, JD ’54 | John Gregorich ’51 | Donald J. Hadley ’59 | Norman A. Hammersly ’55 | Robert F. Kane, JD ’52 | Carl F. Kuhe ’56 | Max Kurtz ’57 | Anthony R. Kyrk ’54 | Robert T. Lambing ’57 | Florentz J. Mahoney ’51 | Walter J. Martenson ’58 | Roy D. Meek ’50 | Raphael J. Micheletti ’54 | Richard E. Moore ’57, MS ’59 | John F. Petrin ’54 | John P. Riordan ’54 | Louie F. Sanguinetti ’59 | Robert L. Schenone ’57 | John P. Seidler, E ’58 | Frances E. Sheridan, JD ’59 | Marcelline Simini ’50, E ’53 | Adolph E. Steffe ’50 | John E. Sullivan ’50 | William T. Sweigert Jr., JD ’51 | Robert F. Thrasher, JD ’50 | Robert H. Treseler ’54 | Richard A. Valentine ’50 | Peter R. Vallarino ’52, JD ’56 | George A. Zengler ’53, JD ’63
1960s Donald R. Abrahamson, JD ’62 | Wilma Barros ’63, E ’65 | David T. Baumann ’64 | Peter P. Bloom ’61, E ’66, MA ’67 | John C. Brawner ’66 | Calvin D. Bussi ’63 | Joseph A. Canedo ’60 | James A. Clancy ’62 | Thomas P. Corcoran, JD ’64 | Christopher M. De Luca ’68 | William T. Haslam ’68 | Ronald K. Hofling ’66 | Richard Kelly ’60 | Thomas P. Mannion ’67 | Jack B. McBride, MA ’68 | Marion V. Meding, MA ’67 | Albert A. Miller ’61 | Alan F. Ravella ’63 | Daniel A. Ritter ’63 | Thomas J. Roth, JD ’60 | Paul E. Tassi ’68 | Ronald E. Tognoli ’61 | Thomas J. Walsh Jr. ’62 | James L. Whalen Jr. ’68, JD ’72
1970s Wayne H. Clem, MA ’79 | Robert L. Clenner ’78 | Donald J. Cordes ’76 | Dennis M. Duffy ’70 | B. James Finnegan, JD ’72 | Roland A. Fletcher Jr. ’77 | Gerald S. Hirsch, JD ’71 | Lee M. Howe ’74 | Wesley K. Lim ’79 | Donald B. Lumpkins, E ’76 | F. Roger McLain ’70 | Herbert C. Moffitt III ’70 | Marilyn J. Morgan, MA ’76 | Henry G. Murdock, JD ’73 | Leon A. Negri, EdD ’79 | Susanne R. Neufeld ’73 u Jeff M. Prola ’76 | John Prowell ’79 | Ahmad A. Rahman, JD ’78 | David F. Rielli ’73 | William H. Schneider, MA ’78 | John A. Sherlock, MA ’70 | Richard Sims ’76 | George Souza, MA ’76 | Kenneth N. Thomson, MA ’76 | Judith C. Willis, MA ’75
1980s Deborah Bailey-Wells, JD ’84 | Joe C. Bell, MA ’82 | Patrick L. Brady, MHR ’86 | Frank Brahs Jr. ’81 | Linda E. Buchser, JD ’87 | Mary A. Carbon ’89 | Clarence J. Chew, MA ’84 | Laura D. Craig ’80 | Edwin G. Dankworth ’84 | Franklin D. Elam, MA ’89 | Peter H. Elting ’85, MA ’88 | Patricia A. Gallagher ’84 | Algernon J. Jackson, EdD ’81 | Michael J. Keisling, MA ’80 | Charlean Lampl, MA ’80 | Judy M. Lanigan ’84 | Jaime M. Lockett, EdD ’81 | Ronald R. Mardigian ’86 | Joshua A. Medure, MA ’83 | John O. Miller, MBA ’86 | Beatrice Walker ’89 | Johanne A. Weber ’84 | Carolee G. Wilbur ’86
1990s Jimi A. Davis ’97 | Sylvia J. Durrance ’91 | Mollie M. Malone, MA ’90 | Carol A. West, MA ’93 | Karlene Willemsen ’90
2000s Manish Mehta, MBA ’04 | Kelly A. White ’06