Happy Together.

The reunion was not enough for the class of ’64 so they decided to make more time together.

After his 25th reunion, Mike Negrete ’64 wanted more. To get that, he organized a casual weekend in Sunriver, Ore. Families came together, playing golf and hosting dinners, and an annual class of ’64 gathering was born. “Part of the Santa Clara values are open communications and caring and just to others,” says Negrete. “This approach is central to the success of our Sunriver event.” The group became like family, and adopted other members, too, including former Business school professor John Toppel. This year marks 30 years of Sunriver get-togethers.

post-image Class of ’64 gathered in Sunriver, Ore./Image courtesy Martin Petrich
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