Anthony "Tony" Pelosi ’43 passed away peacefully in his home on September 20, 2011. Pelosi grew up in San Francisco and attended St. James Catholic School where he had “many rulers broken over his knuckles.” He attended Santa Clara University where he played basketball for all four years, and helped his team earn their name, "Magicians of the Maplewood." He graduated with a business degree and then joined the Army. He and his wife Aline were married in St. Joseph of Cupertino church on August 5, 1945. After living in Los Angeles for ten years to help his parents with their restaurant, Pelosi returned to Cupertino to teach math at Bellarmine College Preparatory. He was a teacher there for 40 years, 20 of which he also served as the varsity basketball coach. Pelosi also served on the Cupertino City Council for three years and was Mayor in 1961. Pelosi is survived by Aline, his three sons, including Paul ’73 and John ’86, three daughters, 16 grandchildren, and a great-grandchild.