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Robert Peterson J.D. ’69

Beloved husband, father, avid golfer, and esteemed barrister Robert Peterson J.D. ’69 died on May 11, 2022. Robert was the first chief counsel of the Cal/OSHA Appeals Board. He helped draft the Cal/OSHA regulations for California. These regulations have helped keep Californians safe while at work for generations. He opened the Robert D. Peterson Law […]

Mitch White ’17

Pitcher Mitch White ’17 will make his fifth start of the season with the Los Angeles Dodgers, replacing Andrew Heaney who is suffering from a shoulder issue. This season, the Dodgers have been faced with many starting staff receiving injuries. Under this trend, White could continue to see starts this summer as the Dodgers try […]

Susan Goodman ’71

Susan Goodman ’71 was born in Pasadena and attended Santa Clara University. Susan died in Franklin, Tennessee, on April 25, 2022, at the age of 73. She is survived by her husband of 37 years, Terry Goodman and extended family.

Timothy O’Keefe

Timothy O’Keefe was Irish to the core, warm, humorous, and a great storyteller. He had a passion for history and he shared this with countless students at SCU. He made his life at Santa Clara, retiring as an emeritus professor in 2010. Tim held many administrative positions during his 45-year career at SCU. He was […]

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