1996

Patricia “Tricia” Timm J.D. ’96 wrote a book about belonging and bringing your authentic self to the workplace. The book will launch in March 2023 and is titled Embrace the Power of You: Owning Your Identity at Work. Timm is also an Advisory Board Member for the Katharine & George Community Law Center and mentor […]

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1976

William Jones M.A. ’76 was a father, grandfather, brother, friend, Eagle Scout, avid surfer, and all-around “cool dude.” He discovered a passion for the ocean early on and dedicated his life to education. Bill taught almost every grade from kindergarten to college level. His work with students who navigated academic challenges was close to his […]

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1970

Richard Hungerford MBA ’70 loved fishing, gardening, planning trips, and spending time with family. He also had a passion for providing people with nutritious food. He served on the board of the SLO Food Bank for six years and was active in his community. Rich worked for 37 years as Program Manager for several companies […]

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1989

John Gorman III J.D. ’89 was born in southern California and attended Mater Dei High School, where he played basketball and made life-long friends. Big John, as he was known to family and friends, married the love of his life, Bethany Ann Martus, who stood by him as he worked in student housing while pursuing his […]

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2014

Pooja Thapar ’14 has been appointed managing editor for the Georgetown Public Policy Review’s 2022-2023 editorial board. Thapar is pursuing a dual MPP/MBA degree at Georgetown University.

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2017

Broncos from graduating classes between 1959 and 2019 gathered to celebrate the marriage of Rachel Kampfe ’17 and Brian Kampfe ’17 on August 6, 2022, in Red Lodge, Montana.

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1964

Born and raised in Helsinki, Henry Kuhlman MBA ’64 was a talented musician and had his own successful swing band in Finland. He always had his saxophone with him, and enjoyed playing it well into retirement. Henry was the first person in his family to go to university, attending Svenska Handelshögskolan in Helsinki. Later in […]

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1985

Paul Malone ’85 was kind hearted, friendly, unflappably cool, and a bit of a prankster. He went on to become a Navy lieutenant and distinguished himself by building a strong reputation in the fleet as “a good stick.” He was twice decorated for individual combat action, awarded the Navy Commendation, and individual action Air Medal, […]

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1984

Always the charmer, Lucian Grathwol ’84 was drawn to the sun, surf, and laid-back lifestyle of California, where he dreamed of becoming an actor. Living up to his Vegas birthright, Lucian gambled and lost out on breaking into film or TV. But he returned to Minnesota and continued to tread the boards of the Twin Cities […]

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1972

A beloved family man, Michael Hurley MBA ’72 died on September 25, 2022. He held a variety of both engineering and management roles before joining IBM for an almost 40-year career. Mike’s greatest love was his family. Family life was filled with swim meets at Cupertino Hills, soccer games where Mike volunteered as coach, ski […]

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1970

Loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, son, and friend Charles Johnson MBA ’70 died on September 3, 2022. Chuck was the first in his family to graduate from college—Penn State—with a B.S. in electrical engineering. He was an early Silicon Valley success working for IBM, Diablo Systems, Priam, Dysan, Immatron, and EDC. Chuck was a […]

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1960

The Las Vegas lights have burned a little less bright since James Seagrave ’60 died on September 28, 2022. After graduating from Santa Clara, Jim began his career as a reporter for the Daily Alaska Empire newspaper(now the Juneau Empire). From there, he went on to have an extensive career in publicity spanning numerous agencies and […]

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1975

Delia Zambetti-Picone was a proud member of the Santa Clara University Catala Club and of the Italian Catholic Federation. She loved her role as a nona and remained active in all of her grandchildren’s lives. She enthusiastically cheered at many baseball, basketball, soccer, and volleyball games and attended countless dance recitals over the years. Nona […]

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1977

Known to close friends and family as “The Uncommon Man,” Gelacio Delizo ’77 died on September 27, 2022. A man of many names, Gelacio was a husband, father, son, environmentalist, and much more. A proud lifetime resident of the East Bay, Gelacio grew up in Richmond before moving to Danville in 1985. He graduated from Santa […]

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1950

Harry Wenberg ’50 was a native of the Valley of the Heart’s Delight. After graduating from Los Gatos High, he enlisted in the Navy during World War 2. He then received a degree in chemical engineering from Santa Clara University. After marrying Jean in 1963, they lived in Cambrian Park, then moved to Saratoga where […]

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1970

After surviving COVID, Timothy Hannon ’70, J.D. ’74 and his wife have gone on to do a bit of local traveling and look forward to visiting Europe when possible. During the pandemic, Hannon retired and enrolled in the judicial studies program at the University of Nevada, Reno. He earned his master’s degree last August and is […]

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1974

Early in life, Thomas Christian ’74 made many cherished and lifelong friends who shared his love for school, sports, cars, and adventures of all kinds. He built a respected and successful structural engineering practice. While always hard-working, Tom also found time to pursue his passions for fishing with a special focus and expertise as a fly […]

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2020

Allie Hughes ’20 joined Canyon Snow Consulting as an associate on October 24, 2022. Hughes brings an extensive network and a passion for politics to her new role. Having served as policy director for the office of San Jose City Councilmember David Cohen, she has experience in land use, public safety, transportation and community sustainability […]

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2009

Cristina Arolla ’09 married Kris Linquist on March 26, 2022, at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga, California. It was a fun and amazing day for everyone. The couple was married by Erica Zolezzi ’09 and Cristina’s father, Charlie Arolla ’68, walked her down the aisle. Other alums in attendance included Dr. Amy Crockford ’09, Sarah Cox […]

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1973

Therese Jackson ’73 was a proud fourth generation San Franciscan. Growing up in South San Francisco, Terry knew she wanted to go to Santa Clara University. While at SCU, she met her husband, David Jackson ’73. Terry went on to earn a masters in library science at San Jose State. Her love of reading was […]

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