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1964

'64
Hearn, Emmett

Emmett Hearn '64 will see the 7th edition of his textbook, "Federal Acquisition and Contract  Management" published this spring. 

 

submitted Mar. 29, 2010 4:17P
'64
Garibaldi, Bob

Bob Garibaldi '64 has been inducted into the Sac-Joaquin Section Hall of Fame. Bob pitched for SCU in the 1962 College World Series and was named the CWS Most Outstanding Player that year. He later played four seasons with the San Francisco Giants.  

submitted May. 6, 2010 1:54P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '64
Garibaldi, Bob

Bob Garibaldi ’64 was inducted into the Sac-Joaquin High School section athletic hall of fame class. In high school, Garibaldi was a star for both the basketball and baseball teams. In 1960, he led the state in scoring average with 25.3 points a game. He went to Santa Clara University and was a pitcher for the best baseball team in school history. He no-hit defending NCAA champion USC to get into the College World Series and was named the 1962 CWS Most Outstanding Player even though Santa Clara lost to Michigan in the championship game. He set CWS records for strikeouts (38) and innings pitched (27.2). He played four seasons in the Major Leagues with the San Francisco Giants.

submitted Nov. 29, 2010 2:14P
'64
Eaton, Don

Don Eaton '59, J.D. '64 notes that he brought California Gov. Jerry Brown '59 to SCU for a WPO event regarding Brown's goals for the future of California in October, 2012. Pictured here: Eaton, Brown, and their wives. The event was catered by Donna Eaton Busse '90, also pictured. Brown and Eaton were debate partners at SCU. 

submitted Apr. 23, 2013 9:32A
UGRD Engineering '64
Carson, John

John Carson ’64 has joined the Los Angeles office of Arent Fox LLP, adding to the firm’s nationally recognized intellectual property practice. Mr. Carson brings extensive experience in eCommerce, patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret law, including licensing and litigation.

Mr. Carson formerly was with Foley & Lardner LLP, where he was a member of the firm’s Trademark, Copyright & Advertising and Intellectual Property Litigation groups. His technical experience is with computer hardware and software, electrochemical, optics, and electromechanical systems. In addition, Mr. Carson has advised the California and Idaho Secretaries of State on trademark-related issues and often serves as arbitrator and mediator in the field.
 
Legal 500 USA has recognized Mr. Carson as a leading lawyer for trademark counseling, while he has also been rated nationally by Best Lawyers in America for his IP work since 2007. Earlier this year, he was named the 2015 Los Angeles Trademark Law Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers. A frequent adviser on significant California legislation relating to intellectual property and trademarks, Mr. Carson is also a sought after speaker.
 
submitted Nov. 24, 2014 9:21P
'64
Burke, William

William Burke '64 is in his 43rd year as a financial advisor with Morgan and Stanley in Ventura County.  He is joined by his daughter, Erin, and son, Brian, in his practice. 

submitted Mar. 29, 2010 4:28P
'64
Barca, Charlie

Charlie Barca ’64 writes: “Joyful first-time grandfather of Libby Rose McGrillen (born October ’09), the daughter of Sarah Barca ’95. ‘Nonno’ gets to ‘nanny’ twice weekly while Sarah owns and operates Funky Door Yoga in the Haight. Her family lives in Bernal Heights in San Francisco.”

submitted May. 21, 2012 3:28P

1965

'65
Vlahutin, Paul

Paul Vlahutin '65 teaches engineering and mathematics at Century College in White Bear Lake, Minn.

submitted May. 21, 2009 4:26P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '65
Schirle, Joan

Joan Schirle '65 stars as Mary Jane in "Mary Jane: The Musical" at Dell'Arte's Mad River Festival. Joan is Founding Artistic Director of Dell'Arte International www.dellarte.com and lives in Blue Lake, California.

Contact Joan
www.dellarte.com Facebook: Joan Schirle Facebook: Dell'Arte International LinkedIn: Joan Schirle
submitted May. 31, 2012 7:50P
'65
Raddatz, Diane

Diane Raddatz '65 writes, "Still kicking and enjoying each day - a gift of God."

submitted Jul. 1, 2015 3:03P
UGRD Engineering '65
Peterson, Paul

Paul L. Peterson ’65 retired in 2007 after nine years as founder and CEO of Aurum Consulting Engineers, a professional electrical engineering consulting business in Monterey, Calif. Aurum continues in operation.

Contact Paul
papeterson@comcast.net
submitted May. 3, 2012 2:10P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '65
Jonas, Junona

Junona Jonas '65 writes: "Bruce and I are enjoying retirement and getting to travel. I am currently working with Catherine's Center, a transition home for women leaving prison. Also serving as Chairperson of The St. Mary's Hospital Board of Directors in San Francisco."

submitted May. 4, 2011 12:42P
'65
Holly, kathy (Halligan)

 Professional singer-actress and musician Kathy Holly '65 will be appearing in Bejing at the CD Jazz Cafe on Saturday, April 3rd and at the East Shore Club on Sunday, April 4th. She'll be promoting her new CD, Roundtrip. Following her Beijing appearance, she will be conducting a Masters workshop in Performing Arts at Hebei Normal University in Shijiazhuang City, the Capitol of Hebei Province. Holly is from San Francisco, California and was the first Cabaret singer in China to sing in Shanghai and Bejing in 1979 when she did cultural exchange performances, while performing on a Cruise Ship, the first one to travel the South China Sea all year. She sings in several languages and will perform songs from her new CD as well as Jazz Standards from the Great American Songbook. She will bring Certificates of Honor from Assemblywoman, Fiona Ma, San Francisco's Mayor Gavin Newsom '89,  the Mayor of Shijiazhuang City, and Hebei University's President. For more information visit: www.kathyholly.com

Contact kathy
http//www.kathyholly.com
submitted Mar. 19, 2010 4:15P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '65
Holly, Kathy (Halligan)

Kathy Holly '65 lives in San Francisco and is a Musician, Singer, Actress and Voice-Over specialist and Performing Arts Coach who recently returned from Beijing and Hebei University in China, where she taught a Masters Class and gave a concert. An entrepreneur of the Performing Arts, she produces events and performs in the Bay Area. Updates are on her website: www.kathyholly.com.

Contact Kathy
www.kathyholly.com Facebook
submitted Sep. 23, 2010 9:39A
'65
Holly, Kathy (Halligan)

Kathy Holly '65 is an actress, voice-over, musician, and producer. She produces special events and cabaret shows throughout the Bay Area as wells as "Supper Club Nite" at the Villa D'Este in San Francisco; an open mic at the Cafe Utopia; performs in Mystery Theatre; produces and hosts her TV show Spotlight and teaches music and performing arts; and tutors students who speak English as a second language, focusing on public speaking and accent reduction. She lives in San Francisco and is the proud mother of her daughter, Dr. Kelly Morris, who practices medicine at Highland Hospital in Oakland.

Contact Kathy
http://www.kathyholly.com Facebook YOUTUBE
submitted May. 5, 2015 11:48A
'65
Happoldt, Richard

Richard “Hap” Happoldt ’65, co-chair of the Class of 1965 Reunion Committee, writes, “Starting back about 1992 or '93, Bill Jaeger '65, Harry Miller '65, Bill Terheyden '65, and Barry DeVita '65 got together for lunch one afternoon. That led to other lunches every now and then, and soon the list of attendees started to grow. In the late '90s, Barry formalized a roster with about 40 names on it, and lunches were held two or three times a year. Barry (who passed away in 2013) was the key to what is today one of the largest groups from Santa Clara that meets on a quarterly basis. Since Barry passed the mantle for this group in 2004, the roster has grown to 112 classmates, including 28 of the 'First Co-eds.' Our quarterly lunches in San Francisco continue to be our own social media and are highlighted every December with our Christmas lunch, which draws up to 65 people. One great aspect of having four lunches a year is that it makes it easy to schedule at least one lunch, especially for those living out of state. We're pretty sure this group is quite special and hope it will stir other classes to start something on their own—and we'll be happy to help. Looking forward to our upcoming 50th reunion in October and hoping for some eye-popping attendance numbers!"

submitted Feb. 27, 2015 2:21P
'65
Happoldt, Heide

Members of '65 & '66 together at Hotel California in Todos Santos, Baja California, in January 2016. From left to right: Richard “Hap” Happoldt ’65, Heide Happoldt '66, Rob Zinman '65, Joanel Zinman '66, Vera Dudley '66, and Jim Pavisha '66.

 
submitted Mar. 14, 2016 3:27P
GRD Leavey/MBA '65
Fargher, Larry

Larry Fargher MBA '65 was awarded the NAR Realtor Emeritus Award by the Santa Clara County Association of Realtors (SCCAOR) in July. The former Santa Clara Council and Mayor (1964-1965) and longtime community leader was recognized by for his 40 years as a real estate professional.

submitted Sep. 1, 2010 12:05P
'65
Fargher, Lawrence

Lawrence L. Fargher MBA '65, CEO of Realcom Associates, was selected for inclusion in the forthcoming edition of The Heritage Registry of Who’s Who, a New York-based biographical publication that selects and distinguishes leading professionals throughout North America who have attained a recognizable degree of success in their field of endeavor and thereby contribute to the growth of their industry and profession.

submitted Jun. 23, 2015 2:17P
UGRD Engineering '65
Dompe, Bob

Robert "Bob" Dompe '65, M.S. '67 writes, "I retired two years ago from BAE Systems as a senior systems engineer. I've got two children (one gender each), five (plus) grandchildren (all boys). I'm concentrating now on: home/family life, photography, attending sports car races, and running."

submitted Sep. 20, 2015 12:39A
'65
Dawson, Rosette

Rosette G. Dawson '65 was among the first class of women admitted to the University in 1961. She writes, "All is well and happy in retirement! Husband loves fishing; I volunteer with American Association of University Women and am Anacortes Branch president. Special project: encourging girls to pursue STEM careers. Our daughter Carolyn is married and working on her Ph.D. at the University of Washington, Seattle."

submitted Sep. 18, 2015 8:33A
'65
Cahill, Boyd

Boyd Cahill '65 reports that he is healthy and active. He and Karen Cahill have been marriedfor 12 years, and he is the father of five children and nine grandchildren.

submitted Jun. 10, 2009 2:49P

1966

UGRD Leavey Business '66
Wiechers, Jim

Jim Wiechers ’66 is in his fifth year as men’s golf coach at Napa Valley College and will start his fourth year, in the fall, as women’s golf coach. His background includes 13 years on the PGA Tour and for the last 19 years has been the principal golf instructor previously at Chardonnay GC and presently at Eagle Vines GC.


submitted May. 8, 2012 1:02P
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