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Martin Lawrence Landsdorf MBA ’70

Martin “Marty” Lawrence Landsdorf MBA ’70 died on May 12, 2016, in Danville at the age of 78. He is survived by his daughter, Dana Stone, his son, Adam Landsdorf and his wife Poroshat, and four grandchildren: Jack, Ned, Darius, and Sasha. Marty is also survived by his partner, Jean. He was preceded in death […]

Sandra Nelsen Pelletier ’67

The only child of Robert and Joyce Pelletier, Sandra Nelsen Pelletier ’67 was born on March 7, 1945, in Bakersfield, California. Following her birth, Sandy’s mother, Joyce, required immediate heart surgery. The first few months of her life were spent in Ontonagon, Michigan, with her grandparents, May and Edwin (Nanny and Bampy) Nelsen. Sandy attended […]

Timothy Alfred Whalley B.M.E. ’67

Born in Oakland on Nov. 11, 1944, Timothy Alfred Whalley B.S. ’67 was the son of Samuel and Marie (Bulger) Whalley, and the fifth of six children. An inspiration to those who knew him, he served as a lieutenant in the Navy (1967­–1972), earning the Navy Commendation medal while serving in Vietnam. He continued to […]

Noel Manoukian J.D. ’64

Born Jan. 1, 1938, Noel Manoukian J.D. ’64 received his name as the result of his father’s time in France. He was two-time class president at the University of the Pacific, graduating in 1961 with degrees in political science and philosophy. He earned his law degree at SCU and moved to Zephyr Cove, where he […]

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