George W. Artz J.D. ’40 on Feb 12, 2009. The Sacramento native served in the Army during World War II and was a lawyer with the firm, Desmond, Miller & Artz. He later joined Hal Ellis to develop the Arden Manor subdivision in Sacramento. In 1952, they formed Alcan Pacific Co., a general contractor with operations in Alaska, California, Oregon, Washington, Okinawa, and Thailand. Later ventures included part ownership of Channel 31 in Sacramento and Sharon Heights Convalescent Hospital in Menlo Park. He was active in the Crocker Art Museum and Interfaith Service Bureau and spent 10 years on the board of the Sacramento Convention Bureau. He was a past chairman and member of the SCU Board of Regents. He studied voice for 18 years and was a soloist with the Sacramento Symphony in 1948. He is survived by his wife, Jean, and six children.

08 Nov 2018