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1962

'62
Ravano, Robert
Robert Ravano ’62 has been appointed to the board of regents for Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland. He is a partner and still working part time as a CPA with his firm, Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co. LLP, in Palo Alto.
submitted Aug. 2, 2017 7:41P
'62
Buoncristiani, Adrian

Adrian Buoncristiani ’62 and his wife, Dawn, are vacationing in Norway. They are excited to be returning in time to do a “show and tell” at their 55th reunion celebration. 

submitted Aug. 2, 2017 7:31P

1963

'63
Da Vigo, Anthony

Anthony Da Vigo ’63 is a certified family mental health support specialist, providing psychiatric crisis interventions for families.  

submitted Jul. 20, 2017 3:27P

1964

UGRD Engineering '64
Bittel, Raymond

Raymond Bittel ’64, M.S. ’67 retired from Boeing on April 1, 2014. He married Carol Mathews on May 20 and resides in Richardson, Texas.

submitted Jul. 15, 2017 7:27A

1965

'65
Skrable, Burman (Skrable)

Burman Skrable ’65 welcomed his fifth grandchild on Oct. 22, 2016, which is also the feast day of St. John Paul the Great.

Contact Burman
7033236667
submitted Jun. 3, 2017 9:25A

1966

'66
Sullivan, Peter

Peter Sullivan ’66 and wife Marie Sullivan ’66 write: “Great 50th reunion last year! Many of us continued the festivities in Carmel.” 

submitted Jul. 30, 2017 4:35P
'66
Quilici, Janet

Janet M. Quilici ’66 is retired and registered to perform volunteer Medicare counseling. She is also on the board of Fremont’s city-owned art gallery and working to acquire masterpoints playing bridge. 

submitted Jul. 11, 2017 1:23P
'66
Kellogg, Keith

Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg ’66 serves as chief of staff of the United States National Security Council in the Trump administration. Previously, he served as interim national security advisor following Mike Flynn’s resignation. At SCU, he played on the football team alongside Joe Franzia ’64, MBA ’65, studied political science, and was a member of the Rodents, Class of ’66.

submitted Apr. 19, 2017 4:29P
'66
Hall, Patrick

Patrick T. Hall ’66 is celebrating 40 years of civil law practice and has no plans to retire. 

submitted Jul. 11, 2017 1:18P

1967

UGRD Leavey Business '67
Tomassini, Larry

Larry Tomassini ’67 writes: “I am completing my 24th year on the accounting faculty at Ohio State University as well as my 48th year of teaching, which began during my doctoral program at UCLA. Living in Columbus, Ohio, with my wife, Eve, and my three adult children.”

Contact Larry
https://fisher.osu.edu/people/tomassini.1
submitted Feb. 23, 2017 5:40P
'67
Fry, John

John U. Fry MBA ’67 was appointed by the Superior Court of Santa Cruz, CA for one year of service (2016-17) on the Santa Cruz County Civil GrandJury. He is Chair of the Cities & Counties Committee and member of the SpecialDistricts Committee while concurrently a member of the Grand Jury Panel. TheCivil grand Jury investigative assignments include governmental operations of theMetro Transportation System, School Districts, County Library, Fire Districts,County Health Programs, jail operations, and citizen complaints filed with regard to the management of governmental agencies. This is a non-paid volunteer public service assignment. John serves on the Grand Jury, a judicial branch of government, a voice of the citizens of Santa Cruz County to assure honest and efficient government, that public officials are performing their duties responsibly and in a legal manner, and tax monies are spent judiciously. 

submitted Feb. 17, 2017 3:50P
GRD Engineering '67
Bittel, Raymond
see year 1964
'67
Bihn, Adele

Adele Bihn ’67 can’t believe it has been 50 years since graduation. Bihn and her husband, Murray, have six grandchildren between the ages of 12 and 6 months. She writes she’s still working, currently focusing on water and energy conservation. 

submitted Aug. 2, 2017 7:36P

1968

UGRD Engineering '68
Sullivan, Donald

Donald Sullivan ’68, J.D. ’71 retired on March 1 as a Superior Court judge for the State of California, County of San Francisco. Sullivan lives in Mill Valley with his wife, Genevieve, who continues to teach French. The pair travel a lot, preferring it over housework any day! 

submitted Jun. 11, 2017 10:45A
UGRD Arts & Sciences '68
Olsen, Stephen

Several Bronco alumni spent two weeks together this past May, traveling from Toronto, Ontario, to Banff, Alberta, and finally to Vancouver, British Columbia. Three of the couples had high tea at The Empress in Victoria; this trip also included a visit to the Columbia Ice Fields. The group included: Ken Leufgen ’68, MBA ’70 and Judy (Butzloff) Leufgen ’69, Kitty and Chuck Jackson ’69, Dianne and Jim Prior ’68, and Louise (Sutton) Olsen ’67 and Steve Olsen ’68, M.S. ’73. Everyone in this group enjoyed reflecting on their days as young couples as well as their many SCU memories!

submitted Jul. 14, 2017 10:45P

1969

GRD Law '69
Stinnett, Terrance
Terry Stinnett at the race track

Terrance Stinnett J.D. ’69 graduated first in his class from the School of Law and practiced bankruptcy law for 34 years.  He has continued to work full time since 2007 as vice president, general counsel, and secretary of Fremont Bank and Fremont Bancorporation, as well as being a member of the board of directors of each corporation. He is also the chairman of the board Loan Committee, the Board Fair Lending Committee and is a member of the Board Compliance Committee, as well as a member of the Officers Loan Committee. He is very proud of the bank, which contributed $1 million toward the construction of the new Santa Clara Law School building and was founded by his uncle, Morris Hyman. Stinnett serves on the Law School Advisory Board and previously served on the Law School Board of Visitors.

Stinnett also served as a law clerk for the Honorable Thomas Caldecott of the California Courts of Appeal. He received numerous awards, including having been listed as a California super lawyer by San Francisco Magazine and in Who’s Who in America Law by the Marquis Who’s Who Publication Board on many occasions. He has also been listed in Who’s Who in America. Additionally, he has been listed in Kipling’s Who’s Who and was selected as Professional of the Year in the field of bankruptcy law in 2007 by America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals.

Stinnett writes that although he turned 77 years old in July, “he has had to postpone his retirement until he reaches 106 because his wife spends so much money!” He also writes, “I raced cars as a hobby for about 30 years or so, just like Paul Newman, but only one of us is incredibly handsome. You will have to decide which one of us meets that standard!” 

submitted Jul. 30, 2017 4:12P

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