Class Notes

Class Notes | Obituaries

Submit a Class Note or Obituary »

Showing class notes submitted in the last year

1967

'67
Swanson, Fran

Fran Swanson '67 writes, "I am living in the Washington, D.C., metro area and enjoying volunteering with the knights and dames of Malta with the wounded warrior at Walter Reed."

submitted Sep. 15, 2015 2:17P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '67
Kennedy-Dalder, Barbara (Kennedy)

Barbara Kennedy-Dalder '67 says, "I retired after forty years with the U.S. Department of Labor."

submitted Dec. 15, 2015 1:17P
GRD Engineering '67
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
'67
Allegra, Antonia (Lastreto)

Antonia "Toni" (Lastreto) Allegra '67 established the Symposium for Professional Food Writers in 1989, and the annual conference has become a hub for culinary writers from novice to well seasoned over the past years. The list of faculty speakers is a Who's Who of leaders in food writing, editing, blogging, podcasting, and photo-videography. Numerous food writers have found the conference to be a springboard for their careers.The 2016 Symposium (www.spfw.org) will take place September 26-30 at the Culinary Vegetable Institute (www.culinaryvegetableinstitute.com) in rolling farmland outside Cleveland. Included among the faculty: Rick Bayless, Molly O'Neill, Russ Parsons, Joe Yonan, Hannah Rahill, Kristine Kidd, Molly Wizenberg, Andrea King Collier, Andrew Schloss, Holly Hughes, and more. 

Toni, who lives in a "treehouse" in St. Helena, CA, is an author and launcher/editor of magazines and a poet. She is an advocate for writers and excellence in food/wine writing. In 2004, she also launched the Symposium for Professional Wine Writers, which takes place annually at Meadowood Napa Valley (www.winewriterssymposium.org), as well as the School for American Chefs at Beringer Vineyards in 1988. Toni was on the launch team for the Culinary Institute of America/Greystone from 1991-1995. Three magazines about Napa Valley were launched under her editorship: Napa Valley Tables, Appellation, and Vine Napa Valley. 

submitted Mar. 28, 2016 7:58A

1968

GRD Leavey/MBA '68
Young, Dennis

Dennis A. Young '68 MBA received the 2016 Distinguished Service Award from the California Society of CPAs. The CPA Society's highest honor is given annually in recognition of a member's influence on the accounting profession through extraordinary and distinguished service compared to that of other contemporary leaders.

submitted Jun. 27, 2016 4:49P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '68
Englehardt, Nancy (Arnold-Bauman)

After spending five-plus years aboard their first sailboat, Nan Bauman Englehardt '68 and her husband, Duey, found they were looking for another adventure! So they are now the proud owners of S/V FLIGHT, sailing the Pacific Coast of Mexico six months of the year. The rest of the year, they explore the Northwest from their new home on Camano Island, Washington.

submitted Aug. 21, 2015 5:17P
'68
Burke, Theodore

Ted Burke '68, co-owner of the famous Shadowbrook Restaurant, was inducted into the Monterey Bay Business Hall of Fame during a gala luncheon in Pebble Beach and is the very first resident of the city of Santa Cruz to receive this recognition.

submitted Jun. 7, 2016 2:16P
'68
Brenneman, Diane

Diane M. (Quass) Brenneman '68 was honored as Judge of the Year by the Bar Association of the District of Columbia. 

submitted Jun. 6, 2016 2:11P

1969

'69
Simmons, Margaret

Margaret Simmons '69 writes, "I am in Naples, Italy, the most beautiful city in the world, working with Save the Children. I have been teaching teachers as well as about twelve classes of young elementary to middle school kids. I can tell you that 'Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes' is a very big hit with my population! Retirement did not agree with me."

submitted Oct. 12, 2015 12:12P
'69
Liebscher, Arthur

Arthur Liebscher S.J., '69, M.Div. '84, STM '86 has been named by the Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Adolfo Nicolás, S.J., as the next rector of the Santa Clara Jesuit Community. He will assume office on 31 July 2016, the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola, and as rector will become a member of the Board of Trustees of the University.

Fr. Liebscher earned a PhD in History at Indiana University, Bloomington. An alumnus and current chair of the history department, Fr. Liebscher has taught at Santa Clara since 1986 with a scholarly focus on Latin American history. He has generously served the community in multiple capacities throughout his time at the University. In addition to his teaching, Fr. Liebscher has served our students as resident minister, faculty adviser, and Jesuit faculty in residence for more than two decades. His engagement in shared governance and membership on many committees over the years have contributed to the well-being of the University community.  As a proud and active member of the alumni community he has been a remarkable ambassador of the University.
 
Fr. Liebscher will follow Fr. Michael Zampelli, S.J., who has served as rector since 2010. At the conclusion of his term as rector, Fr. Zampelli will spend the 2016-2017 academic year as visiting professor at Fordham University and will return to Santa Clara following his time there.
submitted Mar. 5, 2016 7:29P
GRD Law '69
Kelly, Daniel

Dan Kelly J.D. '69 and Carole recently celebrated their 50th anniversary. Married just before law school, upon Dan's graduation Carole received her "Ph.T (putting hubby through) from the law wives." They reside in Napa and San Francisco and have two sons, including Matthew Kelly '92, and three grandchildren.

submitted Jun. 7, 2016 11:52A
'69
Beals, Alyn

Alyn Beals '69 received the 2016 Outstanding Citizen Award for his volunteerism in Redwood City. Beals has lived in the Redwood City community for nearly 70 years. His commitment to volunteering placed as much emphasis on doing as donating. At the Sequooia YMCA, Beals' involvement has included every kind of participation -- from cleaning up the gym to coaching teams, to serving as chairman of the board, and chairman of the Major Gifts Campaign. He has sponsored, hosted, and chaired fundraising events and assumed leadership roles for the Police Activitis League, the Sheriff's Athletic League, Boys and Girls Club, and the Peninsula College Fund. 

submitted Jun. 6, 2016 2:07P

1970

'70
Walsh, Edward

Ed Walsh '70 is in his second term as trustee of the city of San Francisco's Retiree Health Care Trust and is studying music at Skyline College.

submitted Jun. 7, 2016 12:25P
'70
Tanner, James

James Tanner '70 has written Tax Reform with the 20/20 Tax: The Quest for a Fair and Rational Tax System (iUniverse, a subsidiary of Penguin Random House, 2015). The book traces some of the history of tax reform in our country and outlines a nonpartisan approach to comprehensive reform of our federal tax system. James is a CPA who has specialized in the tax field for over 40 years, and the research and writing of this book has taken place over the last four years.

 
 

 

submitted Oct. 26, 2015 9:28P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
Hood, Mary (Dullea)

Mary Dullea Hood '70, J.D. '75 writes that she retired in 2014 from the Heafey Law Library after 46 years.  "I just relocated to Crossville, Tennessee, after 60+ years in the Santa Clara Valley. Love living on a lake and having seasons. Peaceful and quiet."

submitted Mar. 2, 2016 7:52P

1971

'71
Schrey, Mary

Mary (McQuade) Schrey-Springer '71 writes that she has retired from her private practice as a licensed marriage and family therapist. "My husband Dean and I will be dividing our time between our home in Kailua Kona, on the Big Island of Hawaii, and our home on wheels on the mainland, which will help us to travel among our combined nine grandchildren. While practicing, I was fortunate, in addition to seeing individuals and families, to have facilitated a group for Grandparents Raising Their Grandchildren for four years. I am hoping to continue to support and encourage these selfless parents with my writings. Aloha."

submitted Oct. 13, 2015 12:20P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '71
Luke III, James

Jim Luke '71 is completing his 18th year of teaching high school chemistry and physics and will retire this coming July 2016. He writes, "Teaching, after college and graduate school, has been both the most rewarding and most difficult job I have had in working a total of 47 full-time years, 29 in private industry. But it is now time to do some of the things I put off: singing, being in plays, traveling, and enjoying just plain fun. Thanks Santa Clara for being the fuse that made this all possible."

submitted Dec. 8, 2015 5:23P
'71
Herrmann, David

David Herrmann '71 writes, "After nearly 21 years with Intel Corporation, I will finally be retiring on June 24, 2016."

submitted Jun. 7, 2016 3:46P
'71
Guglielmo, Gene
Guglielmo Winery, now run by Gene Guglielmo ’71 and his brothers George E. and Gary, has been inducted into the Business Hall of Fame by the San Jose/Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce. It's a recognition of the winery's longtime and significant contributions to the economic and civic growth and well-being of the community. 
In a joint statement, the Guglielmo brothers said, "We’re honored and humbled to be recognized. It’s a true testament to the hard work and commitment of our family and employees for the last 90 years not only to produce the best wines possible but to also be a positive contributor to our local communities. Having been born and raised here and being part of the rich history of agriculture and winemaking in the Santa Clara Valley makes this honor truly special.”
Guglielmo Winery is the oldest continuously family owned and operated winery in Santa Clara Valley. 
submitted Feb. 6, 2016 5:16P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '71
Fawcett, Catherine (Mannino)

Catherine Mannino Fawcett '71 is currently living in San Diego and is a real estate agent. Her Husband, James C. Fawcett '71 is a surgeon in San Diego. They have three sons and three grandchildren and have been married since December of 1971. Cathy tried retirement but it lasted only 13 months. She is happily selling property in San Diego.

Contact Catherine
Cathy can be reached at 619-981-0371
submitted Mar. 12, 2016 9:51P
'71
Bales, Randall

Randall Blaesi '71 says, "I am a commercial real estate appraiser, specializing in litigation support."

Contact Randall
6198040434
submitted Dec. 30, 2015 3:07P
Viewing 26-50 of 471 (page 2 of 19)
first | prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | next | last

Search all notes/obituaries: