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John Rinset ’66

John Rinset ’66 was enrolled in the ROTC program and commissioned a second lieutenant. He married Linda in 1968 in Vietnam. Upon returning home, he attended both the University of Iowa and Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, where he received his master’s degree in health care administration, in which he held a 35-year career. […]

Henry Paul Hensley ’63

Henry Paul Hensley ’63 graduated from SCU with a bachelor’s in civil engineering. He worked as a civil engineer for Caltrans, District 4, for 41 years. During that time, he worked with E. Jackson (Jack) Going Jr. ’49 on the Alameda reroute. Paul retired with the title of chief deputy district director. He enjoyed his […]

Michel Saad

Michel Saad joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering in 1959. During his tenure, he spent three terms as department chair (1963–64, 1974–75, 1981–84) and served as associate dean for Undergraduate Programs from 1988 until 1990. In addition, he worked for four years for the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, implementing UNESCO’s activities in […]

David Arnold Strange MBA ’83

David Arnold Strange MBA ’83 was born on Oct. 20, 1953, in Ontario, Oregon, to George and Nina Strange. He had a Tom Sawyer childhood amid the farms and orchards around Fruitland, Idaho, according to his older brother Jim, which included fishing, hunting, and exploring on his bike. Some of his best memories were summers […]

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