1993

Paul Penney ’93, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of RiverForce Partners, was added to the Advisory Board of KushCo Holdings, Inc., the premier producer of ancillary products and services to the legal cannabis and CBD industries.

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1999

Michael Thomas ’99 has entered the seminary after feeling called to the priesthood in law school at Boston College. After earning his bachelor’s degree at SCU and obtaining his JD, he was a District Attorney representing the State of Utah, prosecuting felonies and misdemeanors. He was also a trial attorney at a large law firm […]

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Karen Chism MBA ’91 received the Monmouth College’s highest honor in October, becoming part of the Hall of Achievement. Chism previously served on Monmouth’s board from 1994-2017 as the chair of its Student Affairs Committee.

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2011

Sarah Mercer de Guia JD ’11 is the new chief executive officer of ChangeLab Solutions, a nonprofit organization that works across the nation to advance equitable laws and policies that ensure healthy lives for all.

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2007

Michael Castellano ’07, founder and CEO of cloud-based sales and communication platform Engajer, Inc.,  made an appearance on Below Deck on Bravo.

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Eric McDonough JD ’97 has joined the firm of Vedder Price as a Commercial Litigation Shareholder in their Los Angeles Office.

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2018

Jack Benjamin ’18 is the “Voice of Colonels” at Nicholls State University Athletics. He has various experience with broadcasting Division I sports, including at the University of Virginia, University of Tennessee, and St. John’s.

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Amado Santos Munda Jr., aka “Dinky” MBA ’69 is 74 years old, retired, and now has the time to fully commit to art. He has been a finance executive, professor, and traveled extensively throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe to visit museums and galleries.

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George E. Maffey III ’80 MBA ’87 retired last year after a 38-year career at Peterbilt Motors Co.

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1980

Bill Quinlan ’80 is President of the Board of Directors of the Oregon Community Theatre. One of the Premiere theaters in the Northwest Ohio/Southeast Michigan area. Bill and Kate Henke live with their 6 children in Toledo, OH.

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2004

Dr. Manuel Alejandro Pérez ’04 married his partner, Dr. Juan Raul Gutierrez, on December 20, 2018 in Tequila, Jalisco, México at Hacienda El Centenario. They were joined by family and friends, including Noel Fonseca ’04, Juan Carlos Guzman ’04, and Matthew Sullivan ’03.

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After 18 superstar seasons, David Currie ’90 stepped down as head coach of Wilcox High School’s baseball program. In his 18 seasons as a head coach, Currie led the Chargers to 11 league titles and three CCS championships in Division I. He will continue in the program as an assistant coach, helping the transition to […]

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2003

Boston law firm Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster announced that attorney Heidi A. Seely ’03 was appointed Co-Chair of the Public Policy Committee of the Boston Bar Association’s (BBA) Trusts & Estates Section. As Co-Chair, she monitors legislation affecting Trusts or Estate law for the association’s section. Seely’s term began in September 2019 and lasts two […]

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2012

Valentino Ramirez reports he is currently doing my dream job working homeless veterans in San Francisco. With Veterans Affairs his goal is to reduce the number of homeless veterans in the City.

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1973

Just in time for American’s most improbable museum 80th anniversary, Steve Wiegand ’73 is out with a book on its founding. The Dancer, the Dreamers, and the Queen of Romania: How An Unlikely Quartet Created America’s Most Improbable Museum tells the story of the Maryhill Museum of Art, in Washington, host to curiosities including hundreds of […]

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1987

Kelly Birmingham ’87 was named vice president of business development at GuRu, where she is responsible for executing company sales and marketing plans, including implementing new ideas and tools to drive revenue. Prior to GuRu, Birmingham drove carrier, OEM, and venue licensing as well as the adoption of wireless charging at Powermat and then at Energous Corporation.

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1983

In Scottsdale, AZ, Michael Daswick JD ’83 retired from golf course and real estate development and is now a full-time novelist. With Playa Chica Press, he’s published five novels in 2019 and 2020, including Chip Rock and the Fat Old Fart, the 900 page draft of which he wrote between classes while in law school.

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Eileen Crane was the Physics Department Administrator from 1976-1997.  She thoroughly enjoyed her time there and talked about the faculty, students and fellow staff members as if they were an extension of her family. Eileen and husband Frank Crane ’66 were huge fans and season ticket holders of  the SCU Men’s and Women’s soccer team.  They […]

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1979

A fabulous golfer—three hole-in-ones—and an amazing storyteller Ray Wagstaffe ’79 died March 10, 2020. But not before he could fit a great life into 63 years, despite facing cancer and diabetes. Wagstaff worked in international sales for Texas Instruments, among other jobs, witnesses Matt Cain’s perfect game, and shared more stories than is possible to count. He […]

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1966

After 12 years with the District Attorney’s Office, Edwin B. Pearce, II JD ’66 was elected as a Superior Court Judge. Voters rejected him twice, and Pearce served on the bench until his retirement in 2001. Outside of the courtroom, Pearce was a runner and golfer. He died March 1, 2020, and is survived by […]

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