1972

Laurence E. Peterson J.D. ’72 was born to Elgin and Dorene Layne Peterson in the farming community of Stirling, Alberta. The youngest of five, he was raised by parents who taught him how to work, love, and serve his family, community, and faith—to his last breath. In his youth he earned his pilot’s license while […]

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1953

Born in San Francisco on Dec. 2, 1931, Eugene F. Lynch ’53 was the son of Angela and Eugene J. Lynch. While growing up in the Mission District, he attended St. Charles School and was a proud alumnus of the class of 1949 at St. Ignatius High School, where he took the honorary classical course […]

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1969

Born in 1948 to Doris and Louis Gabriel, Teresa Harbaugh ’69 grew up in San Bernardino, California, attending St. Bernardine’s High School. She graduated from SCU, during which time she studied at the University of Vienna. Continuing her studies at Mills College and UC Berkeley, she received a secondary teaching credential from the University of […]

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1976

A dedicated peace activist, teacher, and counselor, Helen G. Frumin M.A. ’76 found the Women’s Strike for Peace and the Committee of Responsibility. She and husband Morris were longtime supporters of the movements for civil rights, peace, civil liberties and social justice. Also a wife and mother, Helen died at home in Newton, Massachusetts, on […]

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1968

Suzanne Coleman ’68 was born in Ohio to Mildred K. and Thomas F. Coleman. They moved to Palos Verdes, California, where she became the eldest of four siblings: Tom, John, and Patti. Sue graduated from Marymount High School, where she enjoyed performing roles in theatrical musical productions like Oklahoma and Brigadoon. Sue completed her B.A. […]

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2002

Born on Oct. 10, 1979, Mark D. Garcia ’02 was a brilliant, humorous, and joyful man who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from SCU. He passed away on Sept. 23, 2019. Memorials may be made in Mark’s name to American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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1956

Michael A. Raschko ’56 was born on Aug. 5, 1934, and graduated from Sacred Heart High School in Salem, Oregon, SCU, and the University of Oregon School of Dentistry. He took the state boards, graduated from dental school, and married Miriam I. Bloom in the same week in June 1960, before entering the Army in […]

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1950

Born on July 21, 1928, to Albert and Georgia Ravizza, Eugene A. Ravizza ’50 was raised in Sunnyvale with his sister Aline and brother Armand Ravizza ’62. As a child Gene learned the value of hard work, helping his parents at their ranch on Wolfe Rd. He attended Fremont High School and SCU, graduating as […]

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1965

Gary Gene Gowans Butler ’65 was born in San Mateo and grew up in Eureka, California. After graduating from Eureka High School, class of 1958, he moved to San Jose to attend college. He graduated from SCU with a degree in commerce. After graduation, he joined Touche’ Ross (now DeLoitte) and became a CPA shortly […]

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1999

Educated in San Mateo and Hillsborough elementary schools, Scott Baker J.D./MBA ’99 graduated from San Mateo High School, UC Davis, and SCU. Upon receiving his J.D. and MBA degrees, Scott commenced his specialty of performing corporate counsel tasks in a succession of high technology companies in Silicon Valley, including VMware, Proofpoint, and CipherCloud. His most […]

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1962

A beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend, Darlene Helen Ennis ’62 was born in Palo Alto on July 5, 1941, to Chris and Helen Roman of Los Altos. Darlene graduated Menlo Atherton High School, class of 1959. She then attended O’Connor School of Nursing and SCU, where she met Robert “Bob” Ennis ’60, […]

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1976

Joseph F. Lee MBA ’76 was born in Spokane, Washington, to Joseph and Alice Lee. He attended Gonzaga Preparatory High School and went on to serve in the Navy. After leaving the Navy, Joseph attended night school and completed his B.S. degree at College of Notre Dame in Belmont as well as his MBA at […]

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1954

Joseph Daniel McNally ’54 was born on June 15, 1931, in Tacoma, Washington. He graduated from Bellarmine Preparatory and SCU with a chemistry degree, served in the Army before marrying Patricia Masonic, and graduated from the University of Washington Dental School, where he became a longtime Husky fan. He subsequently opened a family dental practice in Tacoma, […]

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1985

Joseph Alvarnas ’85 is a hematologist working at the City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center as the vice president of government affairs and senior medical director for employer strategy. He has also been promoted to clinical professor in the Department of Hematology/Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation. He recently completed two national research trials in the treatment of […]

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1972

The Computer History Museum recorded the oral history of Bill Carrico ’72. During his career, Carrio co-founded seven networking companies in Silicon Valley and is widely respected for his business insight and innovation.

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1975

The second edition of Radical Collaboration by James Tamm J.D. ’75 was published by HarperCollins. The first edition has been on Amazon’s top-seller list for negotiation, organizational psychology and collaboration books for most of the past 15 years. Tamm retired as a senior administrative law judge with the California Public Employment Board in 2001. He […]

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2015

Eric Stackpole M.S. ’15 and business partner David Lang have combined their company, OpenROV, which builds robots for ocean exploration, with a startup that makes solar-powered buoys to transmit data from anywhere in the ocean. This new business is SoFar Ocean Technologies, which makes tracking ocean conditions and observing marine life easier and cheaper.

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1992

Kevin Woestman ’92 and wife Peggy are busy juggling work and raising their children Noah (12) and Claire (9). Woestman is a senior talent acquisition consultant at Pivotal Software and lives in the Washington, D.C., area.

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2001

Joe Tone ’01 recently joined The Washington Post as the sports investigations and enterprise editor. He was previously the deputy Washington bureau chief at Vice News. His 2017 book Bones: Brothers, Horses, Cartels and the Borderland Dream, a vivid account of an FBI investigation into money laundering by Mexican drug cartels in the horse racing industry, was a […]

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1984

Robert Thomas ’84 has been elected to the American Law Institute (ALI), the leading independent organization in the United States producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize, and improve the law. An attorney with Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert, he is among 50 new American and international members bringing their expertise to the organization, and the […]

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