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1937 Walter McCarthy is chronicling the life of his brother, Charles J. McCarthy S.J., with his daughter, Mary Jo McCarthy Reynolds '69.

1951Roy Drury, MA '58 planned to take a cruise this fall. Leaving from San Francisco, he will sail through the Panama Canal and debark in Florida. Stephen Negoesco, head men's soccer coach at USF for almost four decades, was inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame last spring.

1953Joseph Carroll has been a reporter for more than 60 years, including time spent with the San Francisco Examiner, Auburn Journal, and the Placer Sentinel.

1955Jim Giovando, MA '65, enjoyed a 38-year career teaching trigonometry, physics, and chemistry at Petaluma High School. Carl Nolte received the San Francisco Forum's Armond De Martini San Franciscan of the Year Award on May 27. He has been a San Francisco Chronicle columnist since 1961.

1957 Sun-Yiu Fung is a professor emeritus of physics at the University of California, Riverside.

1959 John Barbieri is celebrating his 53rd anniversary while spending time with his 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He has retired from his position as acting CEO of a financial institution. Edward Chow is the vice president of the San Francisco Health Commission. Dr. Chow is an advocate for the Asian community, addressing health disparities at both the national and local levels.

1960Barbara Bottarini graduated from the USF nursing program and worked for 37 years at St. Mary's Hospital (40 years if you count her three years as an aide while at USF). She fondly remembers the closeness of the nursing students and the lasting friendships. Joe DiGregorio lives in Gallup, N.M., where he joined his family's grocery business after graduation. That venture turned into real estate management when they sold the business in 2006. Laird “Larry” Doherty still attends classes at USF as a student of the Fromm Institute for Lifelong Learning. He retired from the banking industry in 2004 after 39 years of service. Maureen Dolan Hollcraft is still working in the field of forensic nursing as a supervisor. Joan Waterman Donlon has been married to Burt for 45 years. Her nursing career took her to Stanford Hospital and then to school nursing. Eventually, she got her real estate license and was active in that field for 25 years. Donald Fertig has been retired since 1992. During his working days, his jobs included being an IRS revenue officer, a computer programmer at the Presidio of San Francisco, and a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service. James “Jim” Foley is a retired vice president and Northern California security manager for Bank of America and a retired colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. Marylou Francis worked as a school nurse for 28 years. Her uncle, John F.X. Connolly, S.J., was the president of USF when she attended. Geraldine “Gerry” Gospe went from a short nursing career to one as a spiritual director. Her husband is also in medicine, and she says they find themselves immersed in medical/ psycho-spiritual issues of the day. Jeremy Harrison has been a law professor for 47 years. He is still teaching at Michigan State after teaching in Hawaii and Africa. Francis “Frank” Kavanaugh had his education interrupted by military service, but he persevered and finished his degree. He taught at St. Ignatius College Prep and then at a school in Oregon after moving north. Wallace “Skip” MacDonald served as student body president of the evening division while at USF. Now retired, he was regional sales manager for C&H Sugar and the owner of a retail deli and catering company. Judie Martin worked as a nurse, teacher, and for 18 years as director of student health services at Hastings College of the Law. Gene Mullin had a 32-year career as a teacher. He has also served many years as a local and state elected legislator. Don Nelligan served in the Marine Corps with several of his classmates and had a career as a professional fundraising/capital campaign director based out of Omaha. He lives in Milwaukee and, as an avid Dons basketball fan, wishes they would play Marquette. Michael Ohleyer has had a private law practice since 1964. He also served as senior state counsel to Senator Barbara Boxer, advising her on district court and U.S. attorney appointments. Hank Sandbach retired in 2002 after a 30-year career in the food industry as vice president, public relations for Del Monte and Nabisco. He and his wife, Cathie, live in Sonoma and have stayed very active at USF. Harold Villaveces had a 37-year career in psychology, working primarily at VA Medical Centers in Oregon and Kentucky. He is now retired and living in St. Charles, Mo.

1962Kevin Owen Starr published his 15th book, Golden Gate: The Life and Times of America's Greatest Bridge in July.

1963Dennis Lucey co-chaired the National American-Ireland Gala Dinner honoring Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on March 16.Dudley Poston Jr. is a sociology professor and teaches demography and statistics at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. He published four books in the past two years.

1964 A new book by Foster Church, Discovering Main Street: Travel Adventures in Small Towns of the Northwest, has been published by Oregon State University Press. The book is based on a series of travel columns that Church wrote for The Oregonian since 2000. He covered politics and demographics for the newspaper for 27 years before retiring in 2006.

1965Gary Ragghianti, JD '68, is a partner at Ragghianti Freitas with areas of focus on civil litigation, mediation, real estate, municipal law, and land use. He has served as city attorney for four cities and as special counsel to the Marin County Sheriff and Marin County Superior Court. Jim Yerkovich retired after 44 years of coaching basketball at Judge Memorial Catholic High School in Salt Lake City. Yerkovich amassed 634 wins, led his team to 38 state tournaments, 16 regional championships, was invited to the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament 13 times, and won the 3A state championship.

1966Richard Olivas was inducted into the San Francisco Prep Hall of Fame on May 15.

1968Terri Fidler Furlow is the administrator of the Health Care Center at Leisure World in Seal Beach. She has worked in senior services for more than 20 years. Theodore Furlow is the director of planning for the Diocese of San Bernardino. He is also completing his master's in pastoral theology at Loyola Marymount University. He has been married to his wife, Terri, for 41 years and has three adult children and six grandchildren.

1969Mary Jo McCarthy Reynolds is currently chronicling the life of her uncle, Charles J. McCarthy, S.J., with her father, Walt McCarthy '37. They hope to compile the story of this scholar, journalist, educator, and twice-imprisoned China missionary. Anne Skewes is a retred nurse practitioner from the University of Virginia Hospital.

1970Peter Barry was the first in his family to receive a college degree. He lives in Groton, Conn., now and is still very proud of his USF roots. Suzanne Bugas Riles went on to earn a doctorate in sociology (juvenile delinquency and related issues). She is now a researcher for a suburban school district in Oregon, where she grew up. Joanne Carbone Mason lives in Grass Valley, where she has been a K-8 school counselor since 1988. Timothy Carvalho was elected as a state officer for the California Council of the Knights of Columbus. William Cummings now resides in Lexington, Ky., the capitol of horse country. Peter Deutsch, although now retired, is busier than ever. On his hop off/hop on tours of San Francisco, he proudly points out St. Ignatius Church and USF. Jack Gibson, JD, was elected vice president of the board of trustees of the Marin Municipal Water District for 2010. This will be his fourth term. Kent Grealish is happily married with three daughters in college. His career activities include partnership in an investment firm and writing regular articles for the financial press/blogs. Joseph Gulino now lives in Hartsburg, Mo. He was honored as the distinguished educator in administration by the USF School of Education alumni. Jean Hennessy McGuire loves to travel. She credits her husband Mike ('71) and the U.S. Army with taking her to exotic places to live. Chris McDonald lives in Las Cruces, N.M. and has always been proud of his USF degree. Barbara Menard keeps very busy with two paying jobs and five volunteer jobs. She was selected as the employee of the year at Catholic Charities in 1999, where she worked as a social worker in adoption. Rosemary Morgado Anslow was elected chair of the statewide New Mexico Diabetes Advisory Council. Charles Pfeifer lives in Scottsdale, Ariz., and enjoys visiting his grandchildren. Mary White Amyx has been a nurse in the intensive care nursery at Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland for 40 years. Francie Yates Link taught for many years at Boise State University and still lives in Boise, Idaho. She is now enjoying retirement, leaving her time to read, quilt, and volunteer.

1971Maureen Lynch Bocardo is a retired teacher of Spanish and English.

1975Bowman Olds, MA, serves as the emergency operation manager for Science Applications International Corporation, comprised of 45,000 employees in more than 800 locations in 24 countries. He recently returned from conducting an oil spill response training for volunteers in Pensacola, Fla. Philip Sollar is the owner and manager of Drum World in San Mateo.

1977Mary Gaines, JD, has been a public defender in San Diego for 20 years. She also served in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. Michael Thompson ran for a Solano County judgeship in the June election.

1978Maria-Elena James, JD, is serving as magistrate judge of the United States District Court, Northern District of California, a role she has held for 16 years. Linda Latasa, MA, is retired from the public school system after 20 years in school business and 12 years of teaching.

1979Robert Whitfield has been a real estate broker for 20 years in the San Ramon Valley/Walnut Creek area. He and his wife, Genie, have two grown children and two grandchildren.

1980Eddie Chin served two terms on the San Francisco Board of Education from 1996 to 2006. He is transitioning out after 30 years with the City and County of San Francisco Department of Child Support Services as its customer service/legal support manager. He will continue to be a member of the adjunct faculty at City College of San Francisco. Ronald Howeth is retired from business and is currently writing mystery novels.

1981Mark Quinsland has taken more than 50 business trips to Europe and Asia n the last 10 years and has recently decided to concentrate his efforts on consulting projects in the U.S.

1982Floyd Barnett and his wife, Barbara, are both retired and spend their time traveling, loving life, and seeing their three grandchildren. Patricia D'Alessandro published her seventh poetry collection, PAX VOBISCUM: Anti-War Poetry Collection. Mora Ebie-Nichols, MA, and her husband, Chris, welcomed the birth of their first child, Grace Ellen Louise Nichols, on April 24 in Los Angeles. Mora continues to teach second grade and publish children's books in Hawaii. Brian Fitzgerald, JD, narrowly missed winning the Republican primary for California Insurance Commissioner in June. John Kunis lives in Anthem, Ariz. He has been married for 12 years and has a 6-year-old daughter. Kunis served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Honduras from 1990-1992 and has spent the past 20 years in the field of health care web-based software for hospitals. He was scheduled to donate a kidney to a family member this fall. George Paulsen, MBA, is the partner in charge of Hood & Strong LLP's tax department. He has also been active as a financial adviser to high net worth individuals.

1983Dollie Hamilton is office manager for the employment development department workforce services in Alameda County. John Hegwood has been named Calgary's Citizen of the Year. He is passing on the many lessons he learned from The Hilltop to the youth of Canada. Audry McKenna Lynch, EdD, published a book, The Development of Roy Simmonds as a Steinbeck Scholar as Evidenced through His Letters: The Life and Achievement of an Independent Academic

1984Kevin Ryan, JD, former U.S. attorney, has joined San Francisco-based Jackson, Jenkins Renstrom and will lead the firm's new white collar criminal practice.

1985Mark Wayne Dundee has been appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to the California Law Revision Commission, the body that has responsibility for ongoing substantive review of California statutory and decisional law. Janet Burgess Fogarty, JD '91, is the new president of Millbrae Community Foundation and continues to practice law in that city. Erick Frederickson, MA, is the newest superintendent of the Grass Valley School District. Robin Wayne Pizanti served in the Air Force as a flight nurse, graduated with an MDiv from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in 1996, and recently retired as a chaplain in the U.S. Army. Therese Eileen Shea-Pizanti served in the Air Force as a pediatric nurse practitioner and now practices in Northwestern Washington.

1986Abdulmohsen Al-Kattan is celebrating his 30th anniversary with Saudi Electricity Company in Saudi Arabia. Kathryn Martin, EdD, is the chancellor of the University of Minnesota, Duluth where she has led a successful campaign for university benefactors to improve university life and transform the campus.

1987Phyllis Brown Biederman currently works in Santa Rosa as a diabetes nurse educator. Her son, Andrew, graduated from USF in May. Sharon Joan Gross Spry has been happily married to her husband, Greg, for 10 years. They have a 6-year-old, Billy, and a 5-year-old, Laney. Jayme Silva is with Robert Biale Vineyards in Napa.

1988Lou A. Bordisso, EdD, hosts a public access and online television broadcast, “Political Inquisitions,” focusing on moral, ethical, and spiritual issues related to current political matters through interviewing political candidates, elected officials, political party representatives, and community leaders. Richard Bull is retiring as Ripon's police chief after 10 years of service. Under his leadership, the Ripon Police Department was awarded the California Law Enforcement Challenge Technology Award from 2007 through 2009. George Cosmos, EdD, was inducted into the San Francisco Prep Hall of Fame on May 15. Kathy Lucchesi, MA, has been named principal of St. Veronica School in South San Francisco. She has served as a principal, assistant principal, and technology coordinator at schools around the Bay Area. John Murray and his wife, Stephanie, welcomed their second child, Nicholas Ryan Murray, on May 13. Their daughter, Sabrina Michelle Murray, welcomed her new baby brother with open arms. She was born December 16, 2008. John and his family live in Livermore. Michele Robinson has recently been promoted to the deputy chief information security officer at the California Office of Information Security. Eileen Rohan was chosen to be the Ross Valley School District's new superintendent of schools. She was chosen from 39 other applicants by the board of trustees.

1989Nathan Johnson, EdD '00, was recently named chief law enforcement officer for the California State University system. His new role includes providing guidance for the 23 CSU police departments. Martha Kanter, EdD, undersecretary of the U.S. Department of Education, delivered the commencement address at Merced College on May 28. Sam Mabini '89 is the general manager of PBS Guam, as well as an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland University College. Charles DeWayne Spry is retired and spending time with his family.

1990Jacquelyn Allen, EdD, just completed her fifth year as an associate professor at the University of La Verne and is the chair of the psycho- logy master's and pupil personnel services program. She presented at the International School of Psychologists Conference in Dublin, Ireland in the summer. Adriane Borgias received the Fulbright- Nehru scholarship for environmental leadership and has been selected for a four-month Fulbright specialists project at the Bangalore Institute of Technology in India during 2010-11. Michael Crowle is currently assigned as an information systems administrator to the Mississippi Army National Guard, making preparations for deployment to Afghanistan. Alexander Lo, EdD, is a registered clinical, counseling, and educational psychologist, and a full member of APA and the European Health Psychology Association. He specializes in forensic and clinical psychology, including cases of malpractice, occupational injury, accident, and crimes. Lynn Ann Scheid, MA, is currently living in Newport Beach with her husband, Jack, and son, Will. They are enjoying the weather and outdoor sports. Karin Stoeckenius was awarded a juris doctor from Empire College School of Law in Santa Rosa in June. She graduated cum laude as the salutatorian of the class. Sharon Woo was appointed as the new chief of the criminal division at the San Francisco District Attorney's Office. She is the first Chinese-American woman to hold this prestigious position in the City and County of San Francisco.

1991Anthony Brown recently joined the Aquarium of the Pacific as vice president/chief financial officer. The mission of the nonprofit aquarium is to instill a sense of wonder, respect, and stewardship for the Pacific Ocean, its inhabitants, and ecosystems.

1992Shelley-Renee Iwamoto McKinney recently celebrated her sixth anniversary with her husband, Steven McKinney, who is an officer in the U.S. Navy. They live in Honolulu with their 4-year-old daughter. Stefania Lew recently relocated to Walnut Creek as a nurse practitioner, working with patients with kidney failure. Frank Lum, MBA, is currently working as an information management specialist (IT technician) in the U.S. State Department. Eileen Murphy-Vigo, MA, continues her elementary school administrative service as she enters her first year as principal of St. Vincent de Paul School in San Francisco. Rebecca O'Hare was interviewed on KSFB 1260's Archbishop's Hour, discussing Church Latin, dictation, and music with Tom Burke and Frank La Rocca. O'Hare teaches Latin at St. Margaret Mary Church in Oakland. Benjamin Reyes, JD, was sworn in as Union City's new assistant attorney in July. Nina Russo, EdD, is joining the Arch- diocese of San Francisco as the new associate superintendent for curriculum and school improvement.

1994David Christopher Cadena retired as a teacher in 2003. He has since traveled to Greece, Italy, Germany, Australia, and New Zealand. David Livingston, JD, has a history in law enforcement, including as a captain in the Fremont Police Department and then as chief of the Pleasant Hill Police Department, and, most recently, as head of the Concord Police Department. William Callaghan '94 is the chief information officer/senior vice president for Xenith Bank, a newly formed bank in the Richmond, Va. area. Callaghan has been with the bank since September 2008. Mark Cesnik, MPM, is in a diaconate formation program for the Diocese of Tucson. Chemene Crawford, MHR '97, has just been named interim vice president of administration for the College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas. It is the largest institution of higher learning in the state of Nevada, serving more than 43,000 students. Christopher Jensen was named vice president of Global Compensation and Benefits at Freescale Semiconductor. Donnell Borash Stanoch is currently attending Bastyr University where she will receive a doctorate in acupuncture and oriental medicine (DAOM) in June.

1995Lindsay Martell participated in the JET (Japan Exchange & Teaching program) for two years in Saitama, Japan, before moving back to San Francisco in the late 1990s. Since 2000, Martell has worked as a television writer and producer, and she also has a freelance writing and voice-over business. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and dog, Buffy.

1997Neil Baquiran was promoted to senior manager of health and wellness at Baquiran serves on the e-council of the Bay Area Chapter of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship. Loretta Green-Williams, MA '99, is CEO for Green-Williams & Associates, LLC in San Francisco, specializing in public relations and marketing development. Amy Marsh is a practicing clinical sexologist, certified hypnotherapist, and weekly “Love's Outer Limits” columnist. M.J. Nodilo has a lovely 2-year-old daughter. He and his wife are expecting a son in December. Siu Wai Tam is celebrating his 10th anniversary with the Department of Employment and Labor Law. JoAnna Quejada, MA, is the dean of student services at Mt. San Jacinto College in Riverside. Anisha Weber, MBA, is the vice president of people and operations of the business and technology consulting firm Primitive Logic. For the second year in a row, Primitive Logic has been named No. 1 on the San Francisco Business Times' list of “Best Places to Work in the Bay Area” for companies in its size and category.

1998James Tedord and his wife, Julie, celebrated the birth of their first child, Lewis Owen, on May 20. James is also finishing up his PhD at Fuller Theological Seminary.

1999Noreen Gertrude Scott, MNA '02, returned from a month-long missionary trip to Thailand, visiting outreach programs that work with women who have been trafficked and/or trapped in the Thai sex industry. Alex Weishaar will share responsibilities for operations and student recruitment at USF's Santa Rosa campus, where she has been assistant director of enrollment and recruitment.

2000Jim Adams, MPA, is the CEO of REACH Medical Services in Santa Rosa. Marie Fitzpatrick, MA, was appointed principal of St. Thomas More School, San Francisco, where she has been a member of the faculty and administrative staff for more than 20 years. Kaliha Denise Johnson welcomed the birth of her baby boy, Naseer Mekhi Johnson, on Nov. 25, 2009.Addae Anna Kraba (Addae Lee Watson) graduated from the Starr King School for Ministry in 2004 and was ordained a minister in the Unitarian Universalist denomination. She has served a congregation in Southold, N.Y., since 2006. Traci Marshall-Misquez married Brett Misquez on April 17 in Newcastle.

2001Caroline Hong received her PhD from UC Santa Barbara and is now an assistant professor of English at Queens College, CUNY. She lives in New York City with her husband, Marvin. Matthew Koch received his MBA from Columbia University in New York. Amy Moll-Harley has been married for three years to Matthew Harley. They have a 2-year-old daughter, Lucy. Peter Roos, LL.M '01, switched careers after moving back to the Bay Area. He now composes music and does sound design for film, TV, and video games. Roos also finished working on a short film, which was submitted to Sundance this fall. Sean Van Gundy is currently employed by the Los Angeles County Office of Education as a school counselor in the foster youth services department, while also teaching basketball to youth in the L.A. area as a coach in the Junior Lakers Program. He married in 2006 and has a 2-year-old daughter, Avery.

2002Emily Marrs married Reed Milnes '01, MNA '07, on April 10. Milnes is a coordinator for the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco. Alissa Zalneraitis established Species Appropriate Diet (S.A.D.) Dog Sushi, LLC, under the belief that dogs and cats are healthier when fed an all natural, grain-free, preservative-free, holistic diet.

2003Cailin Daly received a law degree from the University of Washington School of Law in June. Andrew Gordon started the Diversity in Global Education Network (, a global peer-sharing network of academic and business professionals, dedicated to expanding international opportunities for underrepresented students, an attempt to level the playing field for students with an interest in studying abroad. Christopher Ryan Nolan received his PhD in mathematics with a concentration in algebra (noncommutative ring theory) from UC Santa Barbara in June. Diana Ruiz founded a nonprofit organization, Women's Global Leadership Initiative, focusing on developing and advancing women as individuals and community leaders. Alexandra Tollette was married in May to Brian Tollette. After completing her master of public policy degree at Duke University in May 2008, she joined the worldwide engineering consulting firm MWH Global where she currently provides state and federal clients public affairs and planning support on a range of water supply and flood control projects. Michael Nau recently took command of HHC, 2nd BSTB in Ft. Riley, Kans., and is preparing for his third deploy- ment to Iraq. Aileen Sicangco, MBA, was promoted to director of supply chain at Jazz Pharmaceuticals in Palo Alto. Sarah Khan Caravalho, MA, was recently appointed director of human resources for the West Valley-Mission Community College District in Saratoga. She is an active volunteer with Upwardly Global, an S.F.-based organization dedicated to assisting highly skilled unemployed and under-employed immigrant professionals with rebuilding their careers in the U.S. She is married to Peter Caravalho. Abby Schroeder married Jacob Reid on April 17 at Christ the King Catholic Church in Tulsa. Abby works for New Dominion, LLC, an oil and natural gas producer. Annette Wilson, MS '05, is working as an IT specialist for Parsons, an engineering and design firm. Wilson performs a wide range of IT services, including applications development of third party and in-house solutions, data integration, analysis, design, and systems administration. She lives in Studio City and is about to release the company's first Silverlight software.

2006Michael Scott, MPA, has been accepted to the PhD program in human and organizational systems at Fielding Graduate University.

2007John Corcoran was recently elected vice chair of the town of Tiburon Planning Commission. He also recently launched a blog focusing on California legal issues, California Law Report ( Mary Elizabeth Ebert-Robb, MA, is working in a private practice at the Auburn Therapy Center. Anthony Ellis was one of four Washington Hospital nurses named Nurse of the Year. Ellis was recognized for his dedication to patient care, leadership, and professionalism. Maxie O'Rourke, MA, has been named principal of Our Lady of the Visitacion School, San Francisco, where she has been a faculty member for 31 years. Jessica Robinson was selected as Miss Alameda 2010. She also was a cast member in the summer production of “The Music Man” in Oakland.

2008Francine DiCiano, MPA, has been named president and CEO for the United Way of Stanislaus County. She has been working in the nonprofit sector for more than 11 years. Marisa Kaheaoli'ili'i Lloyd earned her master of science in social work from Columbia University in New York.

2009Annette Bonanno, MA, is beginning her first year as principal of Our Lady of Loretto School in Novato. Jessica Brewka recently finished her reign as Gilroy's Garlic Queen and is headed to Gilroy's sister city in Japan, Takko-Machi, where she will serve as coordinator for international relations. Sanderson Hale Doughty '09 is currently teaching English to high school boys at Montfort College in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Barbara Harvey, MA, is applying her more than 30 years of teaching and administrative experience in local Catholic schools to her newest position, that of principal of St. Raphael School in San Rafael. Marc Harrison Lai is attending the Arthur Dugoni School of Dentistry and will graduate in 2013. Cathy Gale Perez was sworn into the Peace Corps in May and has been assigned to a rural community of approximately 500 people in the Dominican Republic. She will be providing technology training and support to a school with seven computers and 70 students. Vanessa Taylor is a para-educator with the San Francisco Unified School District in special needs classrooms. Jose Isidro “Joey” Belleza was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army on his graduation day from USF. He was sent to Fort Lewis, Wash. for training, then to Fort Still, Okla. He will be stationed in Germany when he completes training.

2010Hannah Everhart, MA, has been named principal of Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Belmont, having most recently served as the school's assistant principal. Maritza Loyola, MA, is engaged to Scott Pozzi. She works for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in San Jose. Brianna Webb, MA, currently works with international students in higher education at a local Bay Area community college. Ning Yu, JD, received the 2010 American Bankruptcy Institute Medal of Excellence for outstanding course work in the field.

In Memoriam

Edward P. Ahern '34
Louis A. Bedoni '38
Thomas R. Griffin '39
Rinaldo Guinasso '36
Mandle Kamins '39

Harold A. Berliner '45
John J. Bible '49, JD '59
Leo V. Carew Jr. '44
Frank V. D'Atri '49
James M. Deignan '41
Stanley J. Dorr '41
Robert Fairwell '47, JD '51
John G. Ferguson, S.J. '41, MA '66
Paul J. Fitzgerald '44
Joseph A. Galligan '48, JD '50
Charles D. Helbig '42
Keble H. Hilton '46
John L. Kircher '49
John P. Lippitt '41
Richard G. Logan, JD '48
Eamon C. Mc Carthy '44
Terrence V. McGuire '49
Manuel J. Medina Jr. '44
Don Menicucci '42
Warren B. Menzel '48, MA '63
Rudolph Papale '48
Abel J. Rodrigues '48
William J. Welsh '49

William H. Ahern, JD '51
Emil Berger, JD '52
Edward L. Bispo '59, MA '64
Joanne A. Casaudoumecq '57
James E. Collins Sr. '51
Gerald W. Conlan '53, JD '59
Joseph A. Desmond '51, JD '60
William F. Dondero '50
Bruce C. Farnow '57
Renzo L. Fioretti '51
Ronald F. Fraser '57
Richard Fry '56
Harold L. Heagney '52
Clifford G. Houchin '51
Joseph A. Johnson '56
Gordon J. Kirby '55
Robert D. Koomler '54
Milo Kovar '56
Sr. M Agnes Teresa Kovich '59
Donald M. Logan, JD '51
Rafael Maestas '51
James C. Mc Connell '53
Frank X. McGovern '57
Margaret G. Mc Mahon '50
John P. McAuliffe '57
George V. McLoughlin '53
Gerald P. Moynihan '51
Richard V. Nuttman '59
Allan M. Ringel '54
George F. Stahl '51
Albert W. Sullivan '52
G. Dave Teja, JD '58
Edmund P. Warren Jr. '56

Anne C. Barry, S.N.D., MA '65
Antonio Bautista, JD '63
Ronald Boeddeker '61
Conrado A. Calimquim '60
John J. Carberry '63
Rene M. Cazenave Jr. '63
Duane H. Crawford, MA '65
James T. Hallisy '67
Richard Haro '60
John C. Leipelt '60, MA '71
M J. Meier, S.M., MA '60
Eugene J. Muscat '66, MA '67, MBA '70
Leonie C. Patrick '69
Michael J. Ribotta, MA '67
James E. Smith '69
Warren H. Snodgrass '61
Michael A. Torrano '60
Vincent J. Tringali '60
William W. Wilson '61

John M. Atkisson, JD '70
Jeffrey R. Baker '79
David W. Baross '76
Virginia Bell '72
Peter H. Bodnarchuk, JD '74
Joan Bonfilio-Christopher '71
Carolina Borromeo '70
Harold R. Bounds, Jr. '76
Gibbs W. Brown '76
Aldo S. Calcagno, JD '75
Paul M. Casalegno '74
Eugene W. Chu '70
Albert L. Chun, MA '76
Lawrence A. Darr, MA '79
Leon Del Grande, MA '70
Robert A. Eby, Sr., MA '72
Blanca Irene Faggioni, MA '78
Thomas Flynn '77
Eva P. Freeman '74
Rita F. Gilmore, JD '79
Leo F. Hennessy '73
James H. Judkins '77
Shirley L. Kellstrom, MA '79
Tommy M. Lemos '74
Dean E. Lindquist, MA '76
Harold M. Logwood '70
Richard A. Madsen '77
Maryalice Meza '77
Helen Mitchell '73
Maureen Mona, MA '79
Lynda Nelson-Elms '73
Temple W. Neumann '78
Janet Piculell, MA '77
James L. Quick, JD '73
Kevin G. Restani '74
Gary S. Senn '73
Helen S. Trescony '71
Donna M. Veneruso, JD '74
Clifford I. Williams, MA '76
Robert F. Williams, MBA '70
Philip M. Wittman '73

Arthur J. Bedford '80
Tyrone C. Brown, JD '85
John W. Canty '81
Robert L. Cruz '83
Margaret De Santos, MA '89
Adrianne K. Glappa '85
Howard C. Graul '86
Ann D. Holland, MA '84
Ronald C. Lake '88
John R. Laughlin, MA '82
Daniel J. Linehan '87
John R. McDonald '88
Thomas E. Naughton '80
Steven Reuss '83
G Jean Robitaille '82
Michael J. Shannon '83
Manohar Singh, MS '88
Colleen Stephen, MA '84
Claudia T. Taylor-Bodmer, MS '84
Nancy L. Thorman '87
N Jean Tibbits, MS '82
Harry D. Weininger, JD '88

John P. Dilts, JD '91
Thaddeus Dumas, EdD '90
Marc T. Friscia, MBA '94
Keith H. Kaiser '93, MBA '97
Diana C. Margand, MPA '98
Sally Outis '97

Earl D. Espinosa '09
Andre Lavaly, MA '02
Paul L. Locatelli, S.J., Hon '08
Robert M. Whitsitt '01


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