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Frank Fiscalini ’48

From a young Bronco baseball talent to admired vice mayor of San Jose, Frank Fiscalini ’48 was a force to be reckoned with. A World War II veteran, he served in the U.S. Army before leading his Bronco team to victory during his senior year. After his baseball career, Frank continued to impact lives, leading […]

Eldon Reggae ’77

Major General Eldon P. Regua ’77 was appointed as senior advisor to the deputy under secretary of the Army at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. His role is to lead efforts at “Re-engaging the U.S. Army in the State of California.” Regua had a 36-year Army/Army Reserve career after commissioning at SCU as a second lieutenant. […]

David Tripaldi ’65

David Tripaldi ’65 was a people person. He always had time to talk. At Coldwell Banker, David was known as an inspiring leader and mentor to many. Fifteen years ago, he and his three sons founded their own real estate company, Tilden Properties. Under David’s leadership, the company thrived. David died Jan. 12, 2024, and […]

Carlton Vanderbeek Jr. ’59

If you appreciate the many uses of duct tape, from makeshift bandages to keeping your boat afloat, then you would have something major in common with Carlton Vanderbeek Jr. ’59. In his 85 years, Carl did a lot of living and a lot of boating, always with a roll of shiny silver duct tape in […]

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