1989

“Renaissance Man” was the moniker classmates bestowed on John Bradley Siri ’89, a history major whose love of the topic moved him to talk up old-timers, visit new places, and explore family history. His Renaissance-like career spanned time working in Florence, Italy, as a graphic artist in California, a realtor, and a clinical psychologist helping […]

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John Bradley Siri ’89
1989

Horacio “Fred” Mendez ’89 has been named the President and CEO of the Woodstock Institute, a national economic justice and racial equity research and advocacy institute based in Chicago, IL. He moved to Oak Park, IL with his wife, Nicole, and two sons, Alejandro (10) and Santiago (8).

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Fred Small
1989

Scott Kerman ’89 is the new executive director of Portland’s Blanchet House of Hospitality, which provides free meals to the homeless community in addition to job training, housing, addiction rehabilitation, and farm life experience. Kerman has over 10 years of nonprofit leadership experience.

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1989

Thomas Watson J.D. ’89 was appointed city attorney of Santa Maria, California. He is the former city attorney of Tracy and South Lake Tahoe, California.

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1989

Neda N. Dal Cielo ’89, J.D. ’92 has joined Jackson Lewis P.C. to open the firm’s 60th office, located in San Jose. Dal Cielo’s emphasis is on defending employers against allegations of wrongful termination, employment discrimination, and other related claims arising out of employment disputes.

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1989

Tom Watson ’89 will begin his tenure as city attorney of Santa Maria, California, just south of San Luis Obispo, after serving in the same role in Tracy, California.

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1989

Patrick Lewis Welsh Jr. ’89 loved his childhood growing up in Lake Arrowhead, where he graduated in 1985 from Rim of the World High School and was senior class president and a standout basketball player. Pat earned his B.S. in marketing at SCU and met his beloved wife, Kathy, while studying there. They married at […]

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1989

Robert Pursel MBA ’89 Jan. 23, 1956 – June 19, 2016. A resident of Fremont, Robert Pursel passed away suddenly Sunday, June 19th. Robert graduated with a degree in Political Science from U.C. Berkeley, and received an MBA from Santa Clara University. He also served as a Lieutenant in the US Navy and was an Eagle Scout. Robert’s […]

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1989

Timothy Carey McShane ’89 died on July 7, 2015, in Seattle. Tim was born in Lawrence, Kansas, on February 27, 1967. He grew up on Capitol Hill in Seattle where he graduated from St. Joseph School and then in 1985 from Seattle Preparatory School. Tim was a very sharp, intelligent man. He was a 1989 […]

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1989

William Bede Morrissey ’89, 46, passed away suddenly on January 30, 2013 at the Raymond G. Murphy Veterans’ Hospital in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Born on January 7, 1967, Bill attended Our Lady of the Assumption School and Aquinas High School before being awarded a full ROTC Scholarship to Santa Clara University in 1985. He graduated in 1989 […]

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1989

Diane T. Hansch J.D. ’89 died on January 5, 2009. 

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1989

Barbara Dabel ’89 on April 20, 2009. Barbara was born as Barbara Ethel Walker on January 2, 1942 to Archibald and Blanche Walker. She grew up on her family’s turkey ranch at the corner of King and Tully Roads with her older sister Patricia. Barbara was a member of the first graduating class of Andrew […]

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1989

Mario Lleverino ’89, a restaurant exective with 20 years of experience, has opened Ciano’s Modern Latin Flavors, a restaurant in downtown Campbell. He is also on the board of the Mexican Heritage Corporation.

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1989

Maj. Marcelino "Butch" Soriano ’89, MBA ’94, broke the record for number of hours of straight bell-ringing for the Salvation Army in Southern California, ringing the bell for 150 hours. In the end, he raised almost $10K. He set his record at 150 hours in celebration of the Salvation Army’s 150 years in existence and […]

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1989

Kristin Valente ’89, a veteran account leader at Ernst & Young’s Seattle office, was promoted on May 2, 2011 to the firm’s Advisory Services practice in Portland where she is now an Advisory Services partner. Valente will help mature and emerging Oregon businesses realize their growth plans and accelerate their success with fresh thinking and […]

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1989

Laura Bertone ’89 was recently interviewed by the newspaper Catholic San Francisco. With about 100 parish communities, the Archdiocese of San Francisco could well be the site of some 1,400 Masses and prayer and devotional services per week, and that’s a conservative estimate. Laura Bertone, director, Office of Worship for the archdiocese, helps all of it take […]

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1989

The newest future Bronco, Ashley Elodie Tsu was born to Ben Tsu ’89 and Jill Tsu on 1 June 2011. Born at 8:42 AM, Ashley weighed in at 8 pounds and 7 ounces. She joins her brother Aidan, born in 2009. The Tsus live in the Seattle, WA area.

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1989

Jens Gordon ’89 was named the new coach of the Salinas High School boys basketball team. He becomes just the third varsity boys basketball coach at Salinas High in 65 years.  Gordon, who earned a full-ride basketball scholarship to SCU, was an undrafted free agent for the San Antonio Spurs in 1989. After breaking his ankle, […]

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1989

Fred Mendez ’89 was named director of the Office of Corporate Social Responsibility at Rabobank NA. He was previously senior vice president of community and economic development. He and his wife Nicole live in Sacramento with their two boys, Alejandro and Santiago.

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1989

Robert Colaizzi ’89 has joined Atlona, a global manufacturer of cutting-edge digital connectivity solutions, as the CFO. Colaizzi brings more than 20 years of experience building world-class accounting, finance, and operational teams to Atlona. He has extensive global experience in optimizing operations and driving revenue and profitability by successfully developing and executing financial and operational strategies. Colaizzi holds […]

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