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David Michael Maier ’58

David Michael Maier ’58 was born in Oak Park, Illinois, to Joseph Maier and Elizabeth (Carmichael) Maier. The family moved to Pomona, California, in 1946, where Dave received his early education. Dave joined the National Guard and was called up by the Army during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He attended a number of colleges through […]

Howard Bernard “Fitz” Fitzpatrick ’41

Born in San Francisco on Aug. 20, 1920, at the Presidio, Howard Bernard “Fitz” Fitzpatrick ’41 graduated early from Sequoia High School in Redwood City and was accepted to SCU. He transferred to UCLA in 1939, pledging and serving as president of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. On a blind date, he met his future bride, […]

Steven Belluomini ’49

Steven Belluomini ’49 was a proud San Francisco native, born in Cow Hollow on Dec. 1, 1927. He graduated from Galileo High School in 1945, and SCU. He served in the Navy during the Korean War before returning to join his growing family in San Francisco. Steve was an avid adventurer and enjoyed traveling for […]

Dr. Richard S. Campisi ’57

Richard S. Campisi ’57 was the son of Salvador V. Campisi ’27 and Genevieve P. Basile. He grew up on The Alameda in San Jose and attended St. Leo the Great School. Later, he attended Bellarmine College Preparatory, where he lettered in track and football. Dick was a natural athlete who could excel at any […]

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