1960

Philip Barry, proud member of the Class of 1960, died on April 17, 2020, at home in Atlanta. Phil was not married but was a popular choice for godfather among his friends. Phil grew up in the Los Angeles area and attended Loyola High School before coming to SCU. After graduating, he was briefly in […]

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1960

Allan Willis Nicholson JD ’60 passed away on January 28, 2020 in the loving care of his family. He was born in Plainfield, New Jersey to Ben and Ann Nicholson. Allan spent most of his childhood in the Daytona Beach/Holly Hill area of Florida. The Korean War found Allan in the Navy and stationed at […]

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1960

Dennis Joseph Kehoe ’60 passed away peacefully at his home on February 16, 2020. Dennis was born on November 12, 1937 in Culver City, California, to Ignatius and Anne Kehoe. Dennis lived his early years in Southern California. After World War II, Dennis, as a young boy, along with his sister, Ursula, and his parents, […]

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1960

The son of Louis and Eleanor Armanasco, Bob Armanasco ’60 grew up in Mountain View. He attended St. Clare School, Bellarmine College Prep, and SCU, where he studied chemistry. In 1977, Bob started Italix, his chemical milling business in Santa Clara County, which still thrives today. In 1998, Bob married Anna Vorst and moved to […]

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1960

Alec W. Brindle ’60 was born in Seattle on Oct. 18, 1938, and attended St. Joseph elementary school, Seattle Preparatory School, SCU, and the University of Washington School of Law and held an honorary doctorate from the University of Alaska, SE. Asked about his career, Alec would describe himself as “a recovering lawyer and a […]

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1960

Michael (Mike) C. DePrie ’60 was born in Oak Hill, West Virginia. He was a graduate of SCU and served in the Army for 22 years, retiring as a highly decorated lieutenant colonel, receiving four Bronze Stars across two tours of duty in the Vietnam War. He also co-founded DePrie & Adkisson, where he was […]

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1960

Donald Austin Johnson ’60 was born on Sept. 12, 1938, and graduated from Loyola High School in 1956 and SCU. Don had the privilege and honor of being an inaugural member of the Peace Corps in 1962 and subsequently spent two years teaching English in Lagos, Nigeria. A Peace Corps publication described Don in this […]

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1960

Edward S. Gallagher ’60 was born on Feb. 17, 1939, in Oakland, the son of Bernard and Lillian (Doig) Gallagher. He was a playful, caring, and compassionate person who strived to maintain many lifelong friendships. He attended St. Leo’s Grammar School and Bishop O’Dowd High School, where he played basketball. Ed earned his B.S. from SCU, […]

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1960

Robert A. Lawrence ’60 was born on Dec. 21, 1938, in San Jose to the late Anne and Seraphin Lawrence. He grew up in a large extended family in San Jose back when the area was still prune orchards. He attended James Lick high school SCU, graduating with a business degree. He was a certified […]

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1960

Terry Michael Flanagan ’60 was born in Iowa and moved to California before he was 1 year old, beginning a lifelong love of all things Golden State. He attended Saint Paul the Apostle and Pomona Catholic, entering the seminary when he was 15 and graduating from Saint Francis in La Cañada Flintridge. Terry’s summer jobs […]

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1960

Malcolm Blaine Barnett ’60 was born in San Francisco and raised in the Parkside District, where he attended St. Cecilia’s. He graduated from St. Ignatius in 1956 and attended SCU, where he earned a B.A. in English. Mal met his future wife, Rose, while in high school, eventually marrying her in 1960. She was always the […]

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1960

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of Terry Hornback ’60 of San Jose, who passed away on May 30, 2015, leaving to mourn family and friends.

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1960

William C. Miller ’60 passed away on Feb. 8, 2018. He is survived by his wife, Claire McKay Miller, and his immediate and extended family.

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1960

Harold Alphonse ’54, JD ’60 was a prominent Santa Clara County family law attorney. To honor him, his family kept his obit short: “He would yell at us for spending any money on something like this.” Harold passed on Jan. 17, 2018. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Patricia Alphonse, his children, […]

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1960

John “Jack” Dawson J.D. ’60 was born in Seattle Washington in 1935. He graduated from Seattle University in 1957, and in June he married Lynn Loudon (his wife of 60 years). They traveled to the Santa Clara Valley, where Jack pursued a degree in law, graduating from SCU School of Law, having been the youngest […]

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1960

Leslie “Les” Edwin Powers II ’60 was born on Sept. 12, 1938, and was the son of Barbara Leider Powers and Leslie “Lefty” Powers, a professional baseball player with the San Francisco Seals, Philadelphia Phillies, and New York Giants. Les grew up in Santa Monica, California, and graduated from and played baseball at St. Monica’s […]

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1960

Roy Geis MacFarland ’57, J.D. ’60 was born on March 14, 1935, to Roy Garwood MacFarland and his wife, Catherine “Kitty” Geis MacFarland of Glasgow, Montana. Roy Sr. was a mining engineer. Mrs. MacFarland was an educator. The MacFarlands moved to Spokane, Washington, where Roy spent most of his childhood years, attending school in Spokane […]

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1960

Dan Oneal J.D. ’60 was born and raised in San Jose and was a graduate of Lincoln High School (’49) and Menlo College (’51) before joining the Army and being stationed in Germany. After his discharge, he returned to school and attended Stanford University (’57) and Santa Clara Law School. He enjoyed a 49-year career […]

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1960

David Ramm ’60 passed away on March 15, 2017 from mesothelioma. He was born in Seattle, Washington and moved to Hayward, California as a boy, graduating from Hayward High School after being awarded a four-year basketball scholarship to SCU. Following graduation, he began a 36-year career in Livermore, California teaching mostly middle and high school students, as […]

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1960

John Thomas Casey ’60, a fifty-six year resident of Nevada City, died at his Banner Mountain home on June 22, 2016, surrounded by his beloved family. He was 78 years old. Born to John and Margaret Casey, in Burns, Oregon, he was the first of eight children. At the age of 12, John developed Juvenile Rheumatoid […]

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