Alumni Notes

’50s | ’60s | ’70s | ’80s | ’90s | ’00s | Obituaries

1953Mickey (Anderson) Boerner has retired from a career in nursing. In her free time, she enjoys rug braiding and traveling. After USF, John Barbieri worked for Crocker National Bank for 24 years. He has been married for 52 years and has five children and 15 grandchildren. Tony Basques, E ’60, MA ’70, taught at Mills High School in Millbrae for 34 years, where he still works as a part-time counselor. He enjoys baseball, golf, traveling, and teaching. Peter Browning is a retired management consultant. He has been married to Barbara (Suter) Browning ’60 for 48 years and together they have three children and six grandchildren. Edward Chow attended medical school at Saint Louis University after graduating from USF. Chow is still involved in the medical field and enjoys traveling with his wife. R. Dennis Collins recently retired as a chief medical officer of Santa Clara Family Health Plan and is trying to figure out how he ever had time for work before. Ricky Curotto, JD ’78, has been elect- ed to the board of directors of Broadway By The Bay, the Peninsula’s premier musical production organization. Jim Dalbon, JD ’91, worked for 32 years in the Marin County assessor’s office. Today, Dalbon enjoys every moment of retirement, including traveling, most recently to Patagonia. Robert Ferrera was a school superintendent for 15 years and is now a professor of education at Notre Dame de Namur University. Ferrera will celebrate his 50th wedding anniversary in December. Jerry Finnigan enjoys spending time with his five grandchildren as well as reading and traveling, particularly to Kauai. Kathleen Foley is retired from working in pediatrics, hospice, and family practice. She has been married for 50 years and has three children and five grandchildren. Ed Griffin recently retired as a professor at the University of Minnesota and will be celebrating his 50th wedding anniversary next March. Rick Leahy taught English at Boise State University until 2003, serving as the director of the writing center. Roberta Leggitt retired in 1998 from the Colusa County Office of Education. She is enjoying retirement, especially spending time with her family. Richard Leverone is retired after 34 years of working in personnel management. Robert Macaluso, E ’62, went into teaching after USF and has worked in San Francisco and South San Francisco. George Monteverdi is a retired physician. He has three children and five grandchildren and has been married for 44 years to his wife, Gisele. Michael O’Flaherty is the father of six children and the grandfather of 18, soon to be 19. James Phelan worked for 15 years in physics research at National Labs, 22 years at Bell Labs, and is currently an adjunct professor. Jim Prickitt is married and has two children and two grandchildren. Prickitt is retired after working with Chevron Corporation and enjoys hunting, traveling, and wine tasting. Jerry Robinson is a retired commercial banker and lives with his wife, Margaret, in Seattle. Dennis Sullivan attended medical school and worked as an orthopedic surgeon. Sullivan and his wife, Patricia, have been married for 48 years. They have four sons and eight grandchildren. John Vannucci worked with the San Francisco Police Department for 25 years and later went into corporate security. He enjoys spending time with his wife, two children, and grandchildren. Ron Vernali spent 30 years with the San Francisco Police Department and now works in arbitration. Vernali enjoys golfing, ballroom dancing, and traveling. Sandra (Walker) McHugh has been married for 49 years and has three children, five grandsons, and one granddaughter. Urie Walsh, JD ’67, attended the USF School of Law after receiving his bachelor’s degree. He is now retired. Virginia Wheeler has retired after 44 years of working with the Monterey County Health Department. Ed Wilson has been retired for 12 years after running printing companies throughout his career. Wilson is an avid traveler in his retirement.

1959 Bernie Schneider, E ’64, and his wife, Joan, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary this year. They have eight children and 20 grandchildren.

1960Charles Fracchia has completed a book, When the Water Came Up to Montgomery Street: San Francisco During the Gold Rush. Fracchia’s latest book discusses how the Gold Rush made San Francisco such a tolerant and inclusive city by bringing people of different cultures and backgrounds together for one purpose at one time. Don Nelligan retired in July 2008 after 33 years as a professional fundraising campaign director and consultant. Eugene Mullin, E ’67, serves on the boards of directors of the San Mateo County Historical Museum Association, Community Gatepath, and the Center for Youth Citizenship. Mullin spent 32 years as a government teacher at South San Francisco High School, as well as six years as a California state assemblyman. Mullin and his wife, Terri, have been married for 43 years and live in South San Francisco. Together they have a son, Kevin, daughter, Jennifer, son-in law, David, and three grandsons.

1962Daniel M. Hanlon, JD ’64, is a retired appellate justice. He joined the San Francisco municipal court bench in 1972, and worked his way up to the Superior Court of California where he spent 23 years. Hanlon chairs the California Judges Association’s alternative dispute resolution committee. Michael Thuesen retired several years ago and is now living in a retirement community for independent living. Thuesen enjoys traveling, especially by train.

1963Robert A. Joyce graduated from UCLA School of Law in 1966 and married Beverly Mellen Joyce that same year. He still works for Chevron in Houston and has two children and four grandchildren.

1964Ming W. Chin, JD ’67, received the Jurist of the Year Award by the Judicial Council of California. As a member of the California Supreme Court for 13 years, he has authored landmark opinions on cutting-edge legal issues such as DNA, toxic tort insurance, surrogate parents, and hate crimes. Justice Chin has also chaired, for the past seven years, the Judicial Council’s Court Technology Advisory Committee.

1965Silvano Marchesi, JD ’68, retired in 2009 after 40 years with Contra Costa County, where he served as county counsel since 2001. In 2009, he finished a term as president of the County Counsels’ Association of California.

1966 Eugene J. Muscat, E ’66, MBA ’70, has joined the board of directors of the City of San Francisco Market Corporation, a governing body of the San Francisco wholesale produce market. Muscat also has been appointed to head the education committee of the Archbishop Riordan High School Board of Trustees.

1968 Tim Truett, JD ’75, retired from active legal practice in San Francisco and has moved his home and office from the Bay Area to Abbots Bromley, Rugeley, Staffordshire, United Kingdom. Joseph Ramos retired in June 2001 as a NASA associate center director of the Dryden Flight Research Center in Southern California. Ramos was also a member of the federal government’s Senior Executive Service and successfully completed 34 years of engineering management leadership with the U.S. Air Force at Edwards Air Force Base, the office of the Secretary of Defense at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., returning to California for his work at NASA. John Vignol, MA ’73, has been teaching at St. Augustine High School in San Diego since 1984. He and his wife, Johanna, have one son, Karsten.

1969 Annette Anton, MA ’83, went into secondary education for 22 years at Presentation High School and then returned to USF as director of alumni relations. Anton still lives in San Francisco, but enjoys traveling when she can. She enjoys attending USF athletic events, the San Francisco Symphony, and San Francisco Giants games. Jim Armstrong, E ’93, works in fundraising for non-profit organizations. John V. Arroyo and his wife, Kathy, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary this year. Suzette Baugh began her career in logistics and then moved on to a 28-year career with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. Rev. Larry Betrozoff was ordained in 1973 and has spent more than 30 years as a priest for the Diocese of Monterey. Jadyne Jeung Buchholz, who is semi-retired, is enjoying being a grandmother after working as an elementary school teacher. Buchholz has been married for nearly 40 years and is the mother of two sons and one daughter. Barbara Casey, E ’70, volunteers for San Francisco City Guides after retiring from teaching with the Jefferson School District in Daly City. April Kestell Cassou, JD ’71, worked at the California Attorney General’s Office for seven years. Cassou is now retiring from the California Supreme Court where she has been a staff attorney for more than 25 years. Linda Clardy, E ’70, MA ’72, loves to travel and has visited every continent, except Antarctica. She also enjoys playing bridge and volunteering with non-profit organizations. Jan Hammer Dineen has raised a family of three—one daughter and two sons—while working as a staff registered nurse at Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford. She has been married for more than 40 years, and loves to cook, garden, travel, and read. Jane Devine Doud worked as a legal secretary and a paralegal in San Francisco until marrying a cattle rancher in 1977. Doud enjoys playing tennis competitively, reading, and watching movies. Eric Paul Ewen, MA ’73, has been a catalog librarian with USF’s Gleeson Library for 35 years. He is married to Sharon Evelend Ewen ’72 and they have a son and daughter. Linda Ferrari, E ’70, has worked in the education field since graduating from USF. Ferrari tried venturing to other areas, but always found her way back to education. She retired as a classroom teacher and currently works as a research teacher and literary coach. Gregory Figueroa lives in Los Angeles and works as an accountant for Catholic Charities of Los Angeles. He also leads architectural tours with the Los Angeles Conservancy. Richard Paul Hinkle had his ninth wine book published this spring, The Architecture of Wine: Clos Pegase Winery. Hinkle, who lives in Santa Rosa, is also a co-founder of The Wine Spectator.Ernesto R. Jayme taught chemistry and trigonometry at St. Theresa’s High School in Manila, Philippines for a year. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 1991, and was commissioned six years later as a communications-electronics engineer. Jayme and his wife, Victoria, have a family of three sons and four grandsons. William J. Kovacich, E ’74, MA ’80, has worked for more than 40 years as a teacher and administrator in the Catholic school system and is currently principal at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Daly City. He and his wife, Roxanne, live in Foster City. Robert J. Malloy had a career as a U.S. Army officer with assignments all over the world. After completing his military service, Malloy settled in Virginia where he worked with a non-profit organization serving individuals with developmental disabilities. He is semi-retired and recently relocated to Sedona, Ariz. Carol Atkinson Silva, JD ’73, attended USF School of Law and then entered civil litigation in Stockton before returning to San Francisco as a managing attorney and eventually retiring in 2002. She and her husband, Bob, enjoy traveling and scuba diving. Anne Behounek Taylor has been married to her husband, Ron, for more than 40 years. She has three children and five grandchildren. Joan Cousart Vitorelo has been working in post-secondary education as a counselor for 36 years. She and her husband, John, have been married for 38 years and live in both San Francisco and Reno, Nev.

1970 Shellie Garrett, MBA ’80, received a master’s degree in military history from Norwich University last year. Joanne Martin is an adviser for the Franklin Fellows program at the U.S. Department of State. She retired as a Foreign Service Officer in 2009.

1972 Randy Royce was elected to the city council of San Carlos in 2007 and was recently appointed mayor.

1973Dennis J. Morris, MA ’77, has retired from the San Francisco District Attorney’s office after 27 years as a prosecutor and a total of 32 years of city service. Morris is looking forward to fishing and golfing in his retirement. David W. Olivo was appointed treasurer for the city of South Lake Tahoe in December. Olivo has two sons, one attending USC and the other enrolled at UCLA. Ronald Toff, JD, has been appointed to the Santa Clara County Superior Court by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Prior to his appointment, Toff had been working as the president of the Law Offices of Ronald I. Toff since 1991.

1974 Kathy Klemens Castino is a vice president at Prana Investments Inc. Castino has been married for 31 years and has one son. She enjoys traveling to Italy and Western Europe as well as attending San Francisco Giants games. Jack Van Etten recently retired as chief of police from the Burlingame Police Department after 36 years of service. His plans include completing odd jobs around the house, attending more USF basketball games, and travelling with his wife, Lynn. Raymond Frink has been happily married for more than 30 years and has two sons. He enjoys cycling and traveling to interesting places. Christa Marie Hojlo is an alto in a multicultural choir with her church. Hojlo has had the opportunity to sing for the Pope and has been invited to sing at Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome. Hojlo has also traveled to Bangladesh, Ghana, Uganda, Egypt, Spain, and Poland over the years. Carol French Lemings has been working as a nurse for 35 years, working in intensive care units, nurse recruitment, and nursing education. Lemings has five grandchildren—two boys and three girls. Michael Lombard has been president of Torrance-based Industrial Technology Management for 14 years. Michael and his wife, Judy, have one daughter, Samantha. Diane Murray works as controller for a commercial bank in Long Island, N.Y., after having worked with Arthur Young. Murray has lived in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Madrid, and New York City. Sharon Elliott Plambeck began her professional career with Proctor and Gamble, starting in sales and management, and then moved into the pharmaceutical industry in management. Plambeck was named by the American Business Women’s Association as one of the Top Ten Business Women in the United States in 1984. Sharon now enjoys sailing, cooking, and entertaining. Christine Fee Reitman has been living in New York state for 25 years and has been married to David Reitman for 20 of those years. She has been working at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital for 15 years and is the director of case management. Rich Reynolds, JD ’77, has been practicing law and raising his family in Alameda since graduating from USF. Susan Reynolds entered the banking industry after USF and is now director of real estate for the Port of San Francisco. Nancy Wegmann Riffle is transitioning back to nursing after taking a two-year hiatus to pursue her passion for textile art. Riffle recently returned from Italy where she helped translate for a group of Americans charged with building a private chapel near Modena. Eve Nelson Schmitt received her MBA in finance and eventually became the general manager for the San Francisco Opera House and Davies Symphony Hall. While always living in San Francisco, Schmitt has raised three children. She now enjoys spending time in the city, Lake Tahoe, and Napa with her two grandsons.

1975 Michael Dennis Graham, JD ’78, retired in 2007 from the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps after 28 years of active service. Graham recently began a civilian position as senior attorney ethics counselor for the staff judge advocate to the commandant of the Marine Corps at the Pentagon, managing the Marine Corps ethics program and handling administrative and civil law issues on behalf of Headquarters Marine Corps. John Peck joined Adobe Systems, then a tiny start-up software company in Palo Alto. Peck’s career with Adobe ended in 2001 when he moved to Italy and enrolled at the Florence Academy of Art. Peck now teaches adult art students by appointment at his studio in Florence. He also produces lifesized portraits that have earned him commissions from an international client base. His portraits, still-life studies, and landscapes have been exhibited in galleries across the globe, including London’s W.H. Patterson Gallery. Mayda Garcia Taylor has worked as a telenurse for McKesson, Inc. for the past 12 years. As a telenurse, Taylor provides telephonic health education and counseling to patients from across the country.

1977 Ali A. Parsa recently retired and spends most of his time sailing. Richard Walega, MA, was recently named by President Barack Obama as New England’s regional director for Housing and Urban Development for Region 1 (Boston).

1978 Janet K. Ruffing, MA, was recently hired as professor of the practice of spirituality and ministerial leadership by Yale Divinity School after 23 years at Fordham University as professor in spirituality and spiritual direction in the Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education. Ruffing has written five books and 90 articles throughout her academic career and is currently president-elect of the Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality. Angel Valencia, EdD ’99, works at CSU, East Bay as a lecturer for the department of education.

1979 Peter Cullen is the founder and senior partner of Core Performance Consulting, which received the top channel sales performance award for 2009 by Intuit.

1980 John Ryzanych is a member of the Castro Valley Redevelopment Citizen Advisory Committee and serves on the Alameda County Ordinance Review Committee.

1982M. Patricia D’Alessandro has retired as an administrative assistant. She has been enjoying life in the cultural arts since 1990 and has completed seven poetry collections and many paintings. D’Alessandro has exhibited in San Francisco, New York, Sacramento, Paris, Berlin, and Palm Springs. Currently, D’Alessandro hosts “Valley Voices of the Muse,” a monthly poetry series at the Barnes & Noble in Palm Desert. She is looking forward to her 86th birthday celebration this year. Jamie Erfurdt operates an art shop in Berkeley.

1983 Andrew G. Ogden, JD, released The 1031 Exchange Handbook in December. The handbook is a practical guide and complete reference source to like-kind exchanges for working professionals in law, accounting, finance, and real estate.

1984Kevin Andrews completed medical studies at Creighton University after USF. Andrews has three children. Carlos Rivera is a television producer with Cox Communications. Rivera recently completed a trip to Uganda to assist with the care of discarded babies, a significant problem in that country.

1985Frederick Medina, MA, principal of North School in Tracy for the past nine years, has been inducted into the San Joaquin County Mexican-American Hall of Fame. Medina, a former teacher, enjoys getting into the classroom and working with students. He and his wife live in Stockton and have two sons, Ernesto, 22, and Esteban, 19. Brian Price was recently appointed to the board of directors at Northwest Youth Corps. Based in Eugene, Ore., Northwest Youth Corps is the region’s largest outdoor conservation and youth education program and has served more than 12,000 youths since 1984. Gregory A. Spencer has published three books and mentors young men to develop good character. Spencer also co-founded the financial literacy and personal development non-profit, The Legacy Institute for Financial Enrichment. Scott True is a manager, supervising employees in the metro Detroit area, at the Internal Revenue Service.

1986 Brian L. Price joined the board of directors at Northwest Youth Corps. Price has more than 30 years of experience in information systems technology, working as a systems architect, project manager, systems manager, and technology researcher and planner, and as the founder of Price Consulting Services.

1987 Daniel Ocampo, EdD ’08, is director of residential living at the University of California, Berkeley and was recently elected national adviser to the National Association of College and University Residence Halls. Ken Winans, MBA, and Winans International Investment Management & Research have been selected for the 2009 Best Business Award in the investment advisory service category by the Small Business Commerce Association.

1988Marsha Thrall recently moved to Walnut Creek with her husband Gregg Thrall, after living in Tokyo and Washington D.C.

1989 Albert V. Lucchesi retired as police chief of Chowchilla, and was on the city council of Chowchilla from 1996 to 2006. Lucchesi recently relocated to Modesto.

1990Paolo Cadario works in private equity and has three children. Scott Lewis, JD, has been named a partner with Perry, Johnson, Anderson, Miller & Moskowitz, a law firm in Santa Rosa. Lewis has practiced law in Sonoma County since 1990. Susan Ploutz Martin runs Success Capital SBA, a non-profit Small Business Administration certified development company.

1991Colleen Mestas has been appointed as the police chief of the city of Visalia. Mestas had been with the Fresno County Sheriff’s Department since 1988, and was promoted to captain in 2004. She has also worked as patrol deputy, a narcotics detective, field training officer, patrol sergeant, lieutenant watch commander, and area commander for Fresno’s metropolitan region.

1992Jensen H. Shirley, MHR, was selected to present “Congregation Activism: A Study of Faith-Based Leadership” at the National Association of African-American Studies Annual Conference in Baton Rouge, La. Jasmine Eleftherakis graduated from Brandeis University with a master’s degree in program and project management.

1993Micheline Kirsebom, MBA, lives in Alamo with her husband and three children. After working in strategic branding for years, she stopped working to stay home and raise her children for eight years. Three years ago, she decided to return to work and is now an executive regional vice president with Arbonne International. Jeff Mall has released a cookbook with Josh Silvers, Down Home: Downtown. The cookbook features dishes from Mall and Silvers’ restaurant and wine bar in Sonoma. Sandy Mulkern-Kolosy, MA, EdD ’06, enjoys traveling to Europe and the East Coast as well as spending time with her two grandsons, Hunter and Travis.

1995Tom Alibrandi, EdD ’99, is director of the intensive English program at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Alibrandi has worked and lived, with his wife and two daughters, in the UAE for the past four years. Alibrandi has been publishing in various professional journals, presenting at conferences in and around the UAE as well as traveling through the region. Diana Lynn Kaysen has been invited to be a featured presenter at the Northern Nevada Activity Professionals Association’s 2010 conference. She earned this honor by conducting five successful training seminars in Nevada. Kaysen will introduce the “Be a Beacon Fall Prevention and Loneliness Prevention Programs” she developed and implemented at St. Thomas Retirement Center in Turlock where she is an activity director.

1996 After spending 26 months in Thailand with the Peace Corps, Dorothy Kay, MA, has returned to the Bay Area. Kay says that adjusting to being back is a challenge, but manageable. She is considering teaching, counseling, or trying something completely different.

1997Loretta Green-Williams, MA 99, was married in August. She now lives in Pittsburg and is research and development officer/CEO for Green-Williams, which develops departmental frameworks for small businesses. David C. Lee, JD, is a new partner at Fitzgerald Abbott & Beardsley, LLP, a law firm based in Oakland. M.J. Nodilo recently co-founded an investment management firm in Phoenix after years of working for large investment firms.

1999Eric Steinhofer, MBA, and his wife, Tanya, are raising two pre-school aged children in Mill Valley. Steinhofer is seeking work building sustainable businesses while working on a pro bono basis developing green business, sustainability, and global reporting initiative strategy for the financial planning firm Redwood Grove Wealth Management.

2000 Raymond Raza, MA, has been teaching English in Costa Rica and is considering retiring there.

2001Alex Briscoe, MA, has been named director of the Alameda County Health Care Services Agency. Briscoe, who was appointed acting director last June, joined the agency in 2006 as the children’s services director and was promoted to deputy director in 2007. Lawanna Cathleen Endonino apprenticed for designer Marc Melvin, which led her to opening her own design business, Lawanna Cathleen Design. Umala Mitchell has been modeling professionally since graduating in 2001. She has done print, film, and television in San Francisco and New York City. After living in New York for five years, Mitchell is living back in the Bay Area. She is now working exclusively with Look Agency in San Francisco and is participating in a contest to be the face of Eyes Lips Face cosmetics. Laura Morrill Di Giovine and her husband, Michael, welcomed their first child, Alexander Domenico, in February in Pesaro, Italy. Laura’s husband is conducting doctoral research in Italy at St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina, while Laura continues to work abroad for a publishing company in Chicago.

2002 Stefanie Freele, MHR, has a new collection of short stories, Feeding Strays, that was recently released by Lost Horse Press. Rena Marie Guidry is a drama therapist, and is getting ready to launch a private practice. Guidry was married in San Francisco this year. Ronald Holt, MPA, has been awarded the national David Lawrence Community Service Award, which recognizes individuals and groups throughout Kaiser Permanente who improve the health of different communities. Holt, an emerging national champion for lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender (LGBT) health, serves as educator, coach, and advocate for college audiences on LGBT issues. He also educates the broader college/university community about issues of concern to the LGBT community. Jamie Umanzor, E ’02, worked with the YMCA of Honolulu, where she began a career in adolescent substance abuse counseling and prevention. Umanzor now is working on obtaining her certified substance abuse counselor certification.

2003 Rick Elinski, MA, is working for Battelle as a program analyst for the Department of Defense. He previously worked with Integrity Consulting for the U.S. Navy as a senior consultant in emergency management and is looking forward to extending his career into Asia after completing a master’s degree in emergency management. Fr. Francis Lawlor, MA, retired in 2009 from active ministry after 40 years of service in various parishes in Sacramento.

2004 Alicia Augsburger started as an associate attorney at Duxstad & Bestul, S.C., in Monroe, Wisc. Augsburger’s practice focuses on estate planning as well as business and real estate transactions. Anna Childs is expecting her second child. Becky Buck Douville is currently working as a chocolatier at Theo Chocolate, a bean-to-bar, fair trade, and organic chocolate company in Seattle. Kjersti Egerdahl recently published her first book, Green Day: A Musical Biography. The book is a reference biography of the Bay Area punk band for high school and undergraduate libraries. In addition to freelance writing, Egerdahl is an editor at becker&mayer! book producers in the Seattle area. She creates illustrated books and craft kits for publishers, including Random House and Chronicle Books.

2006Dave Adler, MBA, was recently engaged to Nicole Frey. The couple is planning a March 2011 wedding in Costa Rica.

2007John Corcoran, JD, has joined the law firm of Plastiras & Terrizzi of San Rafael. Prior to venturing into law, Corcoran worked in the White House Office of Letters and Messages. Stephanie Foster is a second-year student at Southwestern Law School. Jeffrey Newman started Tigre Group last year. The company builds Web sites and Web applications and offers graphic design.

2008Alice Hu, MBA, JD, is a 2009-2010 global associate with Zurich Financial Services. She is based out of the company’s New York office with the global insurance, and global large and complex claims team. Quintana Simmons-Clark is currently pursuing an MBA at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Business, in addition to doing research for the Purdue Homeland Security Institute on a grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education.

2009 Before starting her career in law at O’Melveny & Meyers, LLP, Jennifer Baker, JD, worked as an intern in the Office of the Counsel to Vice President Joe Biden. While working in the vice president’s office, Baker participated by drafting legal memoranda, and assisting with legal research and writing. Sandra Jewett, EdD, is a vice president for educational services at EdisonLearning, Inc.



In Memoriam

Reno J. Conti ’36
Harry F. Duff ’38
Joseph A. Egger ’33
Marvin G. Giometti ’39, JD ’46
Charles F. Kenney ’39
Mervyn H. Porter ’39

Byron D. Athan ’40, JD ’74
William Bennett, JD ’46
Arthur M. Banchero ’49
Edward J. Boessenecker ’42, JD ’48
Robert F. Braunreiter ’49
Evelyn L. Casagrande ’49
Curtis R. Clark ’42
Steve G. Chapralis ’47
Joseph C. Connell ’44
Joseph P. Connolly Jr. ’43, JD ’49
Charles Corsiglia ’45
Louis S. Dito ’46
James F. Eager ’45
Samuel R. Johnstone ’41
Robert J. Kenneally ’48
Robert F. Kilcline ’48
William R. Meinheit ’46
Frank J. Ostrofe ’46
Edward L. McCarthy, JD ’49
Joseph P. Mullin ’49
John J. Niland ’49
Pippo Scandurra ’42
Gerald J. Shaughnessy ’49
John W. Tully ’43

Bernard H. Archbold ’50, E ’52, MA ’52
Catherine Arnoldy, MA ’58
Paul F. Bailey ’57
Anthony Baumann, MS ’57
Frank A. Beering ’56
Dennis D. Berry ’59
William C. Bigarani ’57
John J. Boskovich ’50, JD ’53
Adolph B. Canelo, JD ’50
Roland V. Cannavo ’50
Frank Cardelli ’52
Scott K. Carter, JD ’51
Robert E. Collins ’57
Edward J. Conroy Jr. ’58
Charles B. Davis ’59
Angelo R. Devincenzi ’56
Amancio G. Ergina ’54
Donald M. Fairbanks ’54
Robert Gadas ’57
Hugo V. Gundry ’50
John M. Halloran ’50
Adolph C. Harrison Jr. ’56, E ’57, MA ’58
Terence F. Healy ’50
William T. Joyce, JD ’52
George J. Keenan, MS ’54
David H. Kenyon ’58
William V. Macchi ’59
Douglas J. Maloney, JD ’58
Robert E. Moratto ’57
Clifford A. Munger ’54, E ’55, E ’76
John R. Murray ’50
Ernest H. Norback, JD ’50
J Patrick O’Connell, MA ’55
R. Newell Powers ’50, E ’51
Milton Reiterman ’50
Louis Robello ’53
Oswald J. Rodolari ’54
Robert C. Salvas ’50
Ray J. Scott, JD ’51
Lawrence J. Slajchert ’54
Michael J. Stapleton ’58
John C. Taylor Jr., JD ’59
John L. Vickerman ’52
Philip Vukicevich ’58
Thomas J. Wrin ’50

Judith Ackerly, JD ’67
Joseph C. Augustino ’68
Robert B. Cappa ’62
Joseph A. Cherry ’65
Thomas P. Chinn ’60
Colin P. Clark ’65
Glenn E. Cole ’68
Bruno A. Davis ’60
John K. Davis ’61
Thomas O. Duffy ’62
Joseph T. Elsbernd ’67
Robert L. Gadient ’68
Lawrence C. MacKenzie ’62, E ’65
Kerry M. Massari ’69
Daniel G. Montgomery Jr. ’66
Robert L. Perkins Jr. ’66, E ’67
Stewart J. Pillette ’65
Jean M. Pruitt ’66
Thomas J. Riley, MA ’69
Eileen Ripple ’62
Rodger T. Rosenquist ’62
Henry J. Sarlatte ’64, E ’66
Wayne P. Schneider, MBA ’69
Marchmont J. Schwartz ’63, JD ’66
Ted Smith ’66
Robert J. Spatafore ’63, E ’64
Sachio Takenaka ’60
Edmund I. Teyrovsky ’63
Louis N. Tomlinson ’62
William Trager ’60
Gene L. Tunney, JD ’68
Frederick M. Walker, JD ’65

Eleanor S. Allen, MA ’76
Pamela L. Antinetti, MA ’78
Maria D. Aymes, HON ’73
M. Teresa C. Barber ’74, E ’75, E ’79
Brigid M. Brower ’71, MS ’80
James D. Campisano ’72
Edward L. Carey ’78
Josef Castro-Leon ’79
Stephen A. Chapman ’79
Pamela Christensen, JD ’77
Olivia J. Cole ’79
Ruth G. Crownover ’71
Francis T. Davis, JD ’73
Miriam L. De Coteau, E ’79, EdD ’79, EdD ’82
Maxima C. Diaz, MA ’78
Cary L. Dictor, JD ’75
Gumersindo C. Endrina ’74
Leonard Ewers, MA ’78
Lawrence D. Ferdland, MA ’79
Ann Y. Fujii, E ’77, MA ’77
John P. Gaspari ’76
Nader M. Ghooshbegi ’72
John W. Grace Jr., MA ’79
Joseph A. Graziose ’76
Ruth P. Hill, MA ’76
Dorcas A. Kokila, MA ’79
Lee E. Leary, MA ’78
Melville Leathley ’76
Anthony L. Lewis ’74, E ’75
Mildred Lewis Bean ’78
Hugh A. Lowery ’78
Victor L. Macchietto ’78
Barbara J. Miller, JD ’78
Kenneth V. Moore, MA ’78
Robert E. Olson ’78
Michael A. Parlante ’73
Tony Pini ’78
A. Charles Placek ’73
Hudson B. Price, MPA ’79
Lee B. Rifkin ’77
Robert M. Rugg, MBA ’73
Kenneth C. Scott, MA ’79
Marie L. Smith ’74
Daniel F. Sullivan ’77, JD ’82
Frederick B. Taylor ’77
Loren W. Van Wyk ’70
Brunla A. Vancleve ’78
Teresa Velazquez-Clukey, E ’77, MA ’77

Robert Andrews ’84
Armando A. Ayala, EdD ’83
Shirley Boucher, MA ’81
Robert E. Browne ’81, MPA ’87
Faith L. Canoy Edwards, MHR ’89
Gary M. Carozza, MPA ’87
Xavier P. Chavez ’84
Steven P. Cox ’86
John J. Cutrona, ’81, MHR ’85
Clifford R. Erickson ’80
William F. Finnegan, EdD ’86
Charles W. Herrin ’80
Isaac Hudson ’84, MPA ’87
Wanda M. Hurley ’81, MA ’82
Clifford D. Lewis ’81
Agnes L. Machado, MA ’82
Maria P. Maday, MA ’82
Betty Mann, MA ’84
Phyllis Neumann ’80
R. Henry Sherrod, JD ’85
Gloria E. Siguenza, MA ’84
Robert B. Swain, MRA ’83
Keith R. Thomas ’81
Daniel A. Vinson, EdD ’84
Sally Wahlberg ’83,
George Washington ’83
Shirley S. Weishaar ’81
Carl T. Weir ’83
Eva P. Young ’83

Maria T. Campa, EdD ’94
Debra L. Clayburn, MA ’99
Madelyn J. Cordano, MPT ’94
Bradford L. Dezurick, JD ’92
Georgette M. Dufresne, MPA ’91
Michelle Fulton ’96
Stephen Gale, MPA ’93
Erik J. Lemoine ’97, MA ’03
Marianne E. McDermott ’90
Michael B. Meese, MPA ’96
Traci K. Parr ’90
Susan L. Pokriots-Bernstein ’94
Howard V. Wagner ’93
Patricia D. Webb, EdD ’96
Helen Wick-Martin ’97

Ray S. Heinz, MBA ’07
Uthanna W. Joseph ’01
Gregory S. McNamer, MHR ’01