Pat Gilroy ’78 JD ’83 is now practicing law with NW Transportation Lawyers PC in Lake Oswego, Oregon.

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1966

John Rinset ’66 was enrolled in the ROTC program and commissioned a second lieutenant. He married Linda in 1968 in Vietnam. Upon returning home, he attended both the University of Iowa and Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, where he received his master’s degree in health care administration, in which he held a 35-year career. […]

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1963

Henry Paul Hensley ’63 graduated from SCU with a bachelor’s in civil engineering. He worked as a civil engineer for Caltrans, District 4, for 41 years. During that time, he worked with E. Jackson (Jack) Going Jr. ’49 on the Alameda reroute. Paul retired with the title of chief deputy district director. He enjoyed his […]

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Faculty & Staff

Michel Saad joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering in 1959. During his tenure, he spent three terms as department chair (1963–64, 1974–75, 1981–84) and served as associate dean for Undergraduate Programs from 1988 until 1990. In addition, he worked for four years for the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, implementing UNESCO’s activities in […]

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1983

David Arnold Strange MBA ’83 was born on Oct. 20, 1953, in Ontario, Oregon, to George and Nina Strange. He had a Tom Sawyer childhood amid the farms and orchards around Fruitland, Idaho, according to his older brother Jim, which included fishing, hunting, and exploring on his bike. Some of his best memories were summers […]

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1977

Edwin Charles “Ted” Strader ’77 was born on Jan. 20, 1955, and grew up in Lake Oswego, Oregon, where he attended Our Lady of the Lake Grade School. He graduated from Jesuit High School in 1973 and SCU, where he received his B.S. in political science. Ted went to work for Merrill Lynch in October […]

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2003

Born in Burlingame on June 3, 1973, Gina K. Sanfilippo ’03 attended St. Matt’s, Borel, and Aragon High School in San Mateo, graduating cum laude from SCU with a B.A. in ancient studies. A dynamic self-starter, she pursued a career as a real estate broker in San Mateo County. A beloved daughter, sister, aunt, and […]

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1954

Originally from Antioch, Raymond Ernest Salazar ’54 was born on June 2, 1932, as one of three kids of immigrant parents. He was a high school football star who went on to play at SCU, where he built a community of friends that would last a lifetime. After college and a short stint in the […]

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2013

Scott Motobu ’13 was promoted in January 2020 to the position of commercial credit analyst at American Savings Bank in Honolulu. Motobu also serves as a Toastmasters International vice president, volunteers with the American Savings Bank’s community council, and serves on the planning committee for the Hawaii United Okinawa Association.

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2015

Monica Browner ’15 was welcomed to Downey Brand, a prominent law firm with offices in Sacramento, San Francisco, Stockton, and Reno. She was a summer associate at the firm in 2018 and recently passed the California Bar Exam. Monica is a member of the firm’s well regarded environmental law practice, where she delivers strong legal […]

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2012

Teresa Trias M.A. ’12 started her own therapy private practice in San Jose. Learn more at therapyden.com/therapist/teresa-trias-san-jose-ca.

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1969

Margaret Maughan ’69, M.A. ’71 was a keynote speaker on holistic education at Asian College of Teachers symposia in India, Thailand, and Nepal.

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1971

John Sequeira ’71 is the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, lay director for Cursillo. He was also inducted into the Knights of Malta in September 2019. Through all of this he has been supported by Molly Sequeira ’73.

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1982

Andrew Miller ’82 retired from his role as CFO at PTC In 2019. He is now serving on the board of directors of iRobot (NASDAQ IRBT) and Verint Systems (NASDAQ VRNT). He and wife Joyce (Valadez) Miller ’82 have moved from Boston back to Los Gatos.

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2004

Meghan Cress ’04 has joined the SCU faculty and is teaching two new business courses. She and her husband, Chad, recently welcomed their second son, James Gregory Heaton.

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1968

The second book by John C. Scalia ’68, The Philosophy of Common Sense, is now available on Amazon. His first book, An LA Lawyer in Munich—My Funny Life, is also available on Amazon. Additionally, he has just recorded a lecture for attorneys titled “How to Cross-Examine a Medical Witness,” available on Esquire CLE.

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1999

Gary Berg ’99 was named Campbell’s new police chief. Berg began his career with Campbell’s police department in 1994 as a police explorer before becoming a community services officer in 1996. By 2000, Berg was hired as a police officer and was promoted to captain in 2014. As a captain, he oversaw all three divisions: […]

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2001

Samuel J. Dalesandro Jr. J.D. ’01 has been appointed judge of the Fresno County Superior Court. He has served as a commissioner at the Fresno County Superior Court since 2017. He previously served as a deputy district attorney for the Fresno County District Attorney’s Office beginning in 2008, and prior to that, as an assistant district attorney […]

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2013

The Giants brought in former Dodgers minor league hitting coach Justin Viele ’13 as one of its major league hitting coaches. Viele served as hitting coach for the low-A Great Lakes Loons in 2019 and as hitting coach for the high-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes in 2018, where he worked with top prospect Gavin Lux. Viele […]

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1982

The deSaisset Museum and the Berkeley Art Museum have acquired work by Steve Briscoe ’82, an artist and museum preparatory. I . addition, Steve and his wife of 34 years, Lynn Beldner, held joint exhibitions of their work at the Morris Graves Museum in Eureka, California, and at Artspace1616 in Sacramento. Steve’s punk memorabilia of […]

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