1984

When Mary Parker ’84 was very young she attended a Billy Graham crusade, and later sang with the choir at East Oakland Deliverance Center Church. After graduating with an English degree from SCU, she started law school at USF but ultimately went into the insurance industry, working with the California Workers Compensation Fund. In the […]

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1984

Donald Alexander Lucas ’84 was born May 24, 1962, in Stanford, California to Lygia and Donald Leo Lucas. He grew up with his sisters Nancy ’74 and Allie in Atherton, and would later raise his family there with his wife Sarah ’90. He attended St. Joseph’s School, Charles Armstrong and Bellarmine. He received his B.A. […]

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1984

After graduating from Our Lady of Corvallis High School in Studio City, Diane G. Fitzgerald M.A. ’84 entered the Congregation of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary at the novitiate in Tarrytown, New York. Called home after three years to care for her distressed parents, she met and married John in 1954 when […]

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1984

Carolyn Ingram Pahle M.A. ’84 was born at home on South 13th St. in San Jose on April 4, 1930. She graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in 1947, and later graduated from San Francisco State University and SCU. Carolyn spent the majority of her career as a teacher and her final 10 years as […]

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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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1984

Charles (Chuck) Frederick Spiekerman ’84 balanced a climbing life with family and an academic career. He was born to Robert F. Spiekerman and Nancy H. Spiekerman on Oct. 16, 1962, in Stockton, California. He graduated from Saint Mary’s High School in 1980 and attended SCU (B.S., mathematics) and the University of Virginia (M.A., mathematics). After […]

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1984

David Sandino J.D. ’84 has been selected by the Groundwater Resources Association of California to serve as a lecturer in the 2019 David Keith Todd Distinguished Lecture Series created to honor Dr. David Keith Todd for his enormous contributions to groundwater science and technology.

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1984

Over the course of his life, Bryan Murphy ’84 taught us that fashion trends come and go but cargo shorts and Keen sandals, often paired with a copy of The New York Times, are forever. He will be remembered as a foodie specializing in artisanal peanut butter and handcrafted tea, an unhandy handyman, and a […]

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1984

Sister Loretta Marie Marbach ’84 was born Lucile Marie Marbach on Jan. 7, 1940, in Waitsburg, Washington. She entered the Sisters of the Holy Family from St. Patrick’s Parish in Walla Walla on Jan. 6, 1960. Sister Loretta Marie’s earlier ministry experiences as a religious education teacher and coordinator took her to parishes in California, […]

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1984

Kevin Dowling ’84 is a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley and resides in Hayward.

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1984

Richard Martig ’84 is CFO of Movius, an Atlanta-based mobile communications firm. Previously, he was CFO at Nexenta Systems based in San Jose.

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1984

Jay Alan Davis ’84 was born in Annapolis, Maryland, and moved with his mother, Joyce, to Troy at the age of 2 months. He attended Troy elementary schools and Monadnock Regional High School until he moved to San Jose to complete his senior year and graduate with honors from Oak Grove High School. He spent […]

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1984

Gil Ochoa J.D. ’84 was appointed to the Inland Empire JSAC committee on June 26, 2019. For the first time in California history, the public will know the individuals who provide important feedback on judicial candidates for nomination and appointment. The JSACs, comprised of attorneys and judges who live and work in the eight regions, […]

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1984

Jim Stapleton ’84 has joined Blank Rome, a law firm headquartered in Philadelphia with 13 offices nationwide, as chief business development and marketing officer. Stapleton will be based out of Blank Rome’s Washington, D.C., office and will be responsible for leading the firm’s business development, marketing, client service, and branding efforts. Prior to this role […]

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Martin George Occhipinti J.D. ’84 was a lifetime resident of the San Francisco Bay Area where he practiced law. He honorably served two years abroad in the Army before resuming collegiate endeavors in the sciences and humanities. He also worked for several years as a U.S. Postal clerk at the San Francisco Air Mail Facility […]

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1984

John Blackman J.D. ’84 was a lifelong musician, mediator, and philosopher. All of his life he had an enthusiastic love for music and rhythm, for Jimi Hendrix, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, and Miles Davis, and for all music created and shared around the world. In his lifetime he collected and played dozens of musical […]

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1984

Bob Lee J.D. ’84, October 12, 1957 – October 18, 2014. Lifelong Resident of Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz County District Attorney Bob Lee died at home after a battle with cancer. He was 57. As Santa Cruz County’s top prosecutor, Bob advocated tirelessly for victims of crime. He was passionate about giving victims a voice in the criminal […]

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1984

Jonnie L. Herring J.D. ’84, a resident of San Jose, passed away peacefully on July 26 after a two-year struggle with brain cancer. She was born to the late Alfred and Dorothy Johnson on Sep. 27, 1941, in Oklahoma City, Okla. She was a proud older sister to the late Donald Johnson of Milwaukee. Jonnie […]

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1984

Bobbi G. Hoover M.A. ’84, Aug. 20, 2011. Hoover was born in 1932 and lived in Los Gatos.

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1984

Elizabeth Julie Powers ’84, affectionately named "Missy" by friends and family, passed away from complications endured during a more than a two-year struggle with breast cancer. Missy is survived by her sons, Joey Powers (18) and Matt Powers (15), and husband, John Powers ’83 all  of Watsonville; mother Susan Scurich of Watsonville; brothers Tony Scurich ’81 and Mike […]

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