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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1974

After serving two years in Western Samoa as a Peace Corps volunteer, Regina (Gini) Diane Leary, JD ’74 graduated from Santa Clara Law School and later joined the Fresno County District Attorney’s office. Over 30 years there, she prosecuted and supervised many high profile and serious felony cases. Gini also tutored local high school and […]

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1974

Anne Storm Brandenburg ’74, MA ’76 lived in the Los Gatos area for 54 years. She died in Oakland on May 17, 2020, at age 96. Anne is survived by her children, including William Brandenburg ’81, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

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1974

Bob Stroup J.D. ’74 was a loving, involved father of two daughters, Tabitha and Jennifer, and “Papa” to his adored grandchildren, Oscar and Zoe. He was married to Alexandra for 38 years. While getting his J.D., he created a successful watch repair business to help pay for school. Bob began his life work as a […]

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1974

Growing up in San Jose, Doris D. Matthews ’74 was a graduate of San Jose High School (class of 1961) and earned a degree in business from SCU. She made her home in San Jose and Campbell, raising her sons and working in several business-related positions. Doris loved to play the piano and for many […]

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1974

Deborah Anne Reeves ’74 was born to William and Adrienne Reeves in Los Angeles on Sept. 18, 1947. She was the second of three children, with an older brother, William, and a younger brother, Allen. Debbie earned her bachelor’s from SCU, where she was a member of the Black Student Union. She remained politically active […]

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1974

A practicing Catholic and longstanding member of St. Joseph the Worker’s congregation, William (Bill) Lutkenhouse J.D. ’74 would have been pleased to know that he died on Good Friday, and especially after receiving the last rites from Fr. Nobrega just two days earlier. After celebrating his 92nd birthday at the end of January, he said, […]

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1974

Blaque Lyn Haston ’74 and Joanna (Fonseca) Haston ’74 just celebrated their 44th anniversary. They still live in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Lyn is the general manager of ERA Sellers and Buyers Real Estate in El Paso while Joanna supports the liturgy office of the Diocese of Las Cruces. Business trips east in September and […]

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1974

Donald C. Quaintance II J.D. ’74 was born in Hilo, Hawaii. After serving in the Navy for two years, he graduated from Stanford University in 1967 with a B.A. in economics and obtained a J.D. from Santa Clara Law. He was proud to work as a corporate attorney for Hewlett-Packard for many years, first in […]

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1974

Marina Neris MBA ’74 was born in New Haven, Connecticut, on Sept. 19, 1940. The daughter of Leonidas and Theone Neris, Marina lived much of her life in California, but Connecticut was her home. Her first job was working at the Bell Letter Service in Hamden, a business owned and run by her mother. She […]

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1974

William Dennis McHugh J.D. ’74 was born in Brooklyn, New York, and attended school there until his senior year in high school, when his family moved to Santa Maria, California. Bill finished his high school education at Santa Maria High and attended junior college at Allan Hancock College, where he served as student body president. […]

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1974

Richard E. Lang ’74 was born in Cleveland, Ohio, to Edwin and Elizabeth Lang, and moved with his family to Berkeley Heights, New Jersey as a child. Rick was a graduate of Delbarton School and Santa Clara University. After college graduation, he achieved his childhood dream and became a Naval aviator. He loved flying the […]

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1974

Joan (Marie Angele) Panella M.A. ’74 entered the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1958 and took the name, Sister Marie Angele. She taught in Notre Dame elementary schools in Salinas (Sacred Heart and Madonna del Sasso), Campbell, Folsom, and at Notre Dame High School in Alameda. After receiving a master’s of social work and a […]

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1974

This past spring, 11 Broncos got together to celebrate the 65th birthday of Tina Caratan ’74. The festivities were held on the Island of Hvar, Croatia, at the B&B of Caratan’s cousin. She writes, “Our group attended Mass at the small chapel my dad donated to the Church on the island so that the residents and […]

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1974

George I. Skoda MBA ’74, M.S. ’80 was born on May 12, 1927, in Prague, Czechoslovakia (Czech Republic). He escaped Czechoslovakia after the communist putsch in 1948 and immigrated to the United States in 1951. He served two years in the Army here and in Germany during the Korean War. After discharge, George worked in […]

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1974

John Darryl Lieux MBA ’74 was born on Nov. 15, 1938, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and was a proud graduate of Catholic High School and LSU. He received his MBA from Santa Clara University, and he spent most of his working years in California as an electronic engineer. Darryl loved LSU sports, sailing, traveling, playing bridge, […]

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