1992

Martha Giannini ’92, who received a B.S. in Sociology, retired in 2020 after 40 years working at SCU, most recently in Human Resources.

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1992

David Spahn ’92 was born on March 31, 1970 and passed away on February 18, 2020.

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1992

At SCU, Vincent Llorin ’92 won the National Collegiate Boxing Association championship after fighting just one match. There wasn’t much competition in his weight class—he came in at 112 pounds. After graduation, Llorin put his SCU engineering degree to work for the state of Hawaii at its department of transportation. His love of sport stayed […]

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1992

Bob Downey ’92 retired in March 2020 from Sysmex America as the Assistant Director of Clinical Laboratory Applications. Post-corporate life, he is not going to stop working. Instead, he will spend his time working with Global Health Teams supporting projects in Haiti and also with Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos St. Damien Hospital in Port au Prince.

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Jon Ruiter JD ’92 was a featured speaker at the Democratic Men’s Committee luncheon in Carson City for his work as the Executive Director of The Greenhouse Project. The Greenhouse Project’s stated mission is “growing, giving, and teaching for a healthier, greener, sustainable community.”

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1992

Kevin Woestman ’92 and wife Peggy are busy juggling work and raising their children Noah (12) and Claire (9). Woestman is a senior talent acquisition consultant at Pivotal Software and lives in the Washington, D.C., area.

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1992

Deborah Armstrong MBA ’92 was promoted to assistant principal for multi-tiered support systems at San Benito High School (SBHS), which serves 3,100 students. Prior to her promotion, she taught math at SBHS and was a teacher of the year in the Hollister School District. She writes that she is really excited to be in her new position […]

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1992

Niall McCarthy J.D. ’92 received the 2019 California Lawyer Attorney of the Year Award from the Daily Journal. McCarthy was honored with the CLAY Award for securing a $102 million settlement with oil company BP days before a monthlong trial in the whistleblower case was set to begin.

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1992

Winnie Yingyi Kao M.S. ’92 was born on Sept. 13, 1963, in Hong Kong and lived in California since 1977. After attending Peterson High School in Sunnyvale, she graduated with an engineering degree from UC Berkeley followed by a master’s degree in engineering from SCU. Following university studies, she started her career at AMD and […]

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1992

Cynthia Schmae Nimmo ’92, president and CEO of Women’s Funding Network, the largest philanthropic network in the world devoted to women and girls, is the recipient of the 2018 Powerful Woman of the Bay Area Award. She serves on the sustainability commission for the city of Sausalito and began her career as an aide to Dianne Feinstein.

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Linda A. Williams J.D. ’92 was born in Edmonton, Alberta, to Danish immigrants. Throughout her life she embraced her Danish heritage, passing it on to her daughter and grandchildren. In 1987 Linda earned her B.A. in Economics from UCSC. One of her dreams was to become an attorney, which she fulfilled by graduating from SCU […]

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1992

Laura Peter J.D. ’92 was named the deputy under secretary of commerce for intellectual property and deputy director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. She has worked in intellectual property law for over 20 years, including commercial transactions, regulatory compliance, and litigation.

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1992

Fr. Anthony “Tony” Medina M.A. ’92 was born in Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico, the youngest of the five children of Benjamin and Francisca Medina. He was ordained a priest on Aug. 14, 1982, in Guadalajara, Mexico, for the Misioneros de Guadalupe. After ordination, Fr. Medina was missioned to Hong Kong, where he served until 1989. Fr. Medina’s […]

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1992

Stephen Carter MBA ’92 was born in Erie, Pennsylvania, on June 25, 1957, to Alice and Churchill Carter. He graduated with a degree in materials science and engineering from Pennsylvania State University, with an MBA from Santa Clara University, and worked for a technology company in Milpitas. He was a devoted father who enjoyed time with […]

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1992

An accomplished professional for more than 25 years, Eleanor “Ellie” Schuermann J.D. ’92 worked at several firms in the Bay Area, provided in-house legal counsel at two Fortune 500 companies, and served as Judge Pro Tempore for Santa Clara and Alameda counties. A gifted singer and lifelong choir member who graced several churches with her […]

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1992

Nancy Burke Sylva J.D. ’92’s passion for art led her to fine art painting, wax sculpture, metal work jewelry, textile arts, and fabricating stained glass. She also traveled the world in search of local artisans—braving the jungles of Peru during a revolt, venturing to Egypt to witness the mysteries of the Sphinx, and exploring the […]

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1992

Kelly M. Knight ’92 was born on Nov. 23, 1970, to Donald and Jane Day in Monterey, California, and grew up in Pebble Beach. Kelly attended elementary school in Pacific Grove, middle school at Santa Catalina, and graduated from Stevenson School in Pebble Beach. She was an elementary school teacher in Ridgecrest, California, and did substitute teaching in […]

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1992

Florence Remata M.A. ’92, a Franciscan sister and Kauai native, served decades as educator Sister Florence Remata, minister of the Hawaii-Southwest region of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities. She died on Aug. 3 at the Queen’s Medical Center after a brief illness and 57 years of service to the Roman Catholic […]

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1992

  Emily Catherine (Jones) Miner ’92 died Dec. 14, 2011, at her home in Angwin, Calif. Emily (nee Jones) was born on Dec. 22, 1969, and grew up in Minneapolis. She graduated from the Blake Schools before attending Santa Clara University. After graduation, she moved to the Napa Valley and started a career in the […]

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1992

Nathaniel A. Reyes ’92 died suddenly on April 15, 2010 in Palo Alto, Calif., at the age of 40. Reyes graduated from Analy High School in 1988 with a National Merit Scholarship and went on to earn an associate degree in science from Santa Rosa Junior College and a bachelor’s degree in computer science and […]

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