1974

Lawrence Tomlinson MBA ’74 served in the U.S. Navy as an aviation electronics technician and later found success working in global finance and administration with Hewlett Packard. He took on various leadership roles there and his professional hallmark was bringing people together. His employees and peers loved and respected him, commenting that he was sharp, […]

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1974

Robert Rogers MBA ’74 was guided by the principle of joie de vivre. Robert, affectionately called Bump, grew up surrounded by friends and family in Long Beach, Calif., where he fished off the pier, water skied out of the mouth of the Los Angeles River, served as an altar boy and attended the Boy Scouts. He […]

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1974

The youngest of 12 children, Henri Boisvert M.A. ’74 stood out with his talent for music. He played saxophone and trumpet in his City Band and college band. After getting his M.A. in counseling psychology from Santa Clara University, he moved to Ventura, Calif., and married Therese Grenier. Together they enjoyed gardening and traveled around […]

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1974

Sharp as a tack and independent all his life Edward Frost M.A. ’74 was an active community member and made his home welcome to all. After dabbling in engineering and then the law, Edward Frost M.A. ’74 found a career as a Presbyterian minister. He later became a pastor in Watsonville and family and friends […]

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1974

Richard Berryessa M.A. ’74 bid his final “Aloha” on September 17, 2022. He is survived by his wife, Kristine Berryessa, and extended famil,y including niece Karen D’Amico ’86 and nephew Thomas Longinotti ’78.

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1974

While attending Santa Clara, David Osborne MBA ’74 helped design one of the first-ever barcode scanners. After serving as an Electronics Specialist for six years, Osborne worked for IBM, Memorex, and Spectra-Physics until he became the vice president of marketing and sales of Uniphase in 1984. After retiring in 1998, Osborne enjoyed traveling the world […]

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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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1974

David Osborne MBA ’74 attended San Jose State where he met his college sweetheart and future wife, Georgia Dorsa. David had an extensive career in tech and would later join Spectra-Physics, the world’s first commercial laser company. David also helped design one of the first barcode scanners while attending Santa Clara University at night for […]

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1974

Thomas Reese M.S. ’74 was known for his graciousness, a cheerful disposition even in difficult and trying circumstances. Aside from his family, Thomas loved the outdoors, particularly fishing, camping, and hiking. He especially liked hiking in the Tetons of Wyoming, Jackson Hole, Island Park areas, and along the Lemhi River in Idaho. He led a […]

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1974

A scout through and through, Richard Burkhardt MBA ’74 was always there for his family and community. As a child, Dick worked his way through Boy Scouts to become an Eagle Scout, and at 18 he joined the Navy. Afterwards he got a job at Del Monte in Los Angeles, where he met the love of […]

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1974

Harry Rubins MBA ’74 held a deep passion for helping others and it shone through in his work and life. After working for several large companies such as Dupont, Apex, Optical Coating, and Tegal, Harry discovered his passion for financial planning in the mid ’80s and started his practice out of his home. He was […]

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1974

After completing graduate school at the University of Notre Dame, Howard Edwin Pollard MBA ’74 and his young family moved cross-country to California for Howard’s new position at Lockheed. About six years later, Howard began a decades-long career at Philco-Ford/Ford Aerospace/Space Systems Loral where he became a world-renowned expert in celestial photovoltaic systems that continue […]

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1974

As a beloved Bay Area teacher and counselor, Marilyn Martha Marshall M.A. ’74 affected the lives of many students. Marilyn had a passion for the beauty of the outdoors. She often spoke of her memories of summers on Lake Erie, and she took that enjoyment of nature with her to California, which she explored with her […]

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1974

Eric J. Tandy ’74 attended the SCU Basketball Reunion in Feb. 2020. The reunion was organized by Jim Romey BS ’76, Tandy’s teammate on the first-year team in 1970-71. The team had a 16-5 record, and all but two attended the reunion. Tandy was elated to be reunited with his winning team, including legends: Dennis […]

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1974

Steven Hausle ’74 and Lisa Fiscalini Hausle ’75 celebrated their 44th wedding anniversary on April 23, 2021. Writes Steve: “In 1971 I saw her riding her Schwinn 10 speed across campus. It took me a couple of weeks to figure out who she was and arrange an introduction. Our first date was Nov. 11 1971, so come November […]

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1974

Patrick Joseph Logan ’74 spent 20 years working at Farmer Insurance. His love for sports and family defined him most—he coached his kids’ teams, ran the concession stand at their sporting, and mc’d an annual golf tournament. His boosterism and fandom knew few bounds. He is survived by his family, including his son Patrick J. […]

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1974

John C Cruden, JD ’74, currently a principal at the environmental law firm of Beveridge and Diamond, has just been elected to the Board of Governors of the American Bar Association. He previously served as Chair of the ABA Section on Environment, Energy, and Resources.

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1974

Michael Wilmon Ayer M.S. ’74 moved often growing up, following his father’s career in the U.S. Navy. He spoke especially fondly of his memories of living in London as a teenager while his family was stationed there. He went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a Double Major in Computer Science and […]

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1974

Mary G. Dwan M.A. ’74 was an amazing artist, successful therapist, philanthropist, and community member, a mother, a wife, a friend, and an energetic and positive force of nature, humor, and empathy. After earning her B.A. in Modern European Literature from Stanford in 1963, she taught literature in California and later moved to New York […]

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1974

The seventh of eight sons born in Charenton, Louisiana, Miller Pierre MBA ’74 had a passion for learning, which took him to Texas Southern University in Houston, where he earned a bachelor of science in mathematics. He moved his family to Northern California for an engineering job at Lockheed. After a few years, Miller worked as a […]

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