Class Notes | Obituaries
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Amy Theberge M.A. '00, '04 is the new co-principal at Harvest Park Middle School, in Pleasanton. Theberge has experience as principal of Alisal Elementary and Donlon Elementary, as a TVTIP coach, and as a classroom teacher. She earned her bachelor's from Cal State Chico, her master's in interdisciplinary education with a literary emphasis from Santa Clara University and, in 1999, her multiple-subject credential from Santa Clara University. In 2004, she also received her Administrative Credential as well as a 2nd masters in Education Administration from Santa Clara as well.
Matt Oscamou '01, founder and president of Frontier Snacks, Inc., will be the featured speaker at the Leavey School of Business Winter CIE Entrepreneur Forum, Monday, Feb. 8. His company makes bite-size, nutritious energy snacks that are gluten-, soy-, and dairy-free, and are non-GMO verified. They are available at Whole Foods and Sprouts stores.
Brendan O'Brien '01 and Lauren (Russell) O'Brien '02 welcomed their third child, Dylan Francis O'Brien, on Nov 4, 2015. Older brothers Liam (5) and Declan (2) are happy to share their toys with their new baby brother. The family currently resides in Burlingame, CA.
Reed (Dudley) Moll '01, husband Aaron Moll, and 2-year-old daughter Ledare welcomed their second child,William Alexander "Alex," on October 8, 2015.
Tania Rodriguez Alvarado '01 and her husband, Gonzalo Alvarado, moved to Austin, Texas, and purchased their first house in September 2015. They have three children together: Angelina, Isabelle, and Max.
Katie (Barlag) Ackerman '01 was recently promoted to president of Global Executive Group (GXG), a professional services firm dedicated to helping great leaders become extraordinary.
Patrick Vallez-Kelly '03 is currently working as coordinator of liturgy at Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo.
Heidi A. (Shulse) Seely '03 has recently co-authored a book, The Boston Trustee, with Thomas E. Bator, of Nichols & Pratt, LLP. The Boston Trustee tells the story of a unique Boston institution where men and women who serve as individual professional trustees and are known universally as "Boston Trustees." Seely writes, "Essential reading for anyone interested in understanding trusts, the evolution of Boston as a financial and regional hub, and the establishment of professional trustees." Learn more at www.bostontrustee.com.
Jennifer Renk J.D. '03 has been elevated from attorney to partner at Sheppard Mullin. She is a member of the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental practice group in the San Francisco office. Renk's practice focuses on land use and environmental law, with particular expertise in the California Environmental Quality Act. She advises clients on the regulatory and political hurdles facing development projects across California, with an emphasis on commercial, residential, mixed-use, and high tech projects. Over the course of her career, Renk has worked on a diverse range of projects, including Facebook's Menlo Park Headquarters, the Bohannon Development Group's Menlo Gateway mixed-use project, the Carlyle Group's mixed-use project in Mountain View, as well as numerous multi-family developments and independent school projects across the Bay Area.
Cynthia (Nulman) Gresser J.D. '03 has been promoted to chief deputy district attorney for the Santa Barbara County District Attorney's office. Gresser has been a deputy district attorney since 2006. During that time she successfully prosecuted a variety of serious cases including murder, criminal street gang crimes, major sex crimes, major narcotics, domestic violence, and elder abuse crimes. Cynthia was recognized as Deputy District Attorney of the Year in 2011 and received the Santa Maria Elk's Law Enforcement Appreciation award for Outstanding Performance in 2015.
Paul Chen M.S. '03 writes, "I just moved to north Chicago to go back into a government job, so I can retire early. I miss the Washington, D.C., Alumni Chapter."
Dan Winter ’04 has been accepted as a partner of California-based accounting and consulting firm Burr Pilger Mayer, Inc. With more than 10 years of experience in public accounting, Dan has served a variety of technology industries including software, internet media and SaaS, networking equipment, intellectual property, semiconductor and life science. Dan has extensive experience with equity and debt financing, including public offerings, business combinations, revenue recognition and SEC reporting and compliance. Dan is the vice-chair of BPM’s Technology Industry Group and a member of the Technical Committee. Dan recently spent a month travelling in New Zealand with his wife, including hiking across active volcanoes and whitewater rafting.
"I love dentistry and especially orthodontics," writes Krista Hirasuna '04, who recently purchased Orthodontics of San Mateo. "It gives me the opportunity to meet all kinds of people and truly make a positive difference in their lives by helping them get a more beautiful and lasting smile. I enjoy seeing my patients regularly and genuinely getting to know the person behind the smile. If you are in or around San Mateo, stop by to say hello!"
Leslie Osborne '05 and Ricky Lewis were married Nov. 21, 2015 in a private ceremony in the Mission Church. They had a bigger wedding on Jan. 22, 2016, in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Cristina (Guzman) Fierro '05 and Mark Fierro '05 welcomed their fourth child, Lorenzo Adrian Fierro, on April 2, 2015. He weighed 7lb and was 18.75 inches long. The family resides in San Jose.
Sarah (Boskovich) Villalobos '06 married Nicolas Villalobos at the Seascape Resort in Aptos, California, on Aug. 29, 2015. Fellow '06 classmates Kristin Siem Matthews, Mary Nadine Kane, and Kate Hitchcock '05 were bridesmaids.
Brandon Rasmusson '06 and Rachel (Greenberg) Rasmusson '06 welcomed a baby girl, Madison Lee, on August 15, 2015, in San Francisco.
Liz (Courter) Oseguera '06, MBA '11 recently married the love of her life (whom she met at SCU while working there), Michael Oseguera, on Sept. 10, 2015, in San Diego, California, with three of her best SCU friends by her side: Kate (Goethals) Barbero '06, Micaela Esquivel '06, and Dan Erwin '06! After working in the SCU Athletic Department for 5.5 years while getting her MBA at SCU, she left to pursue a marketing position at Marketo. She recently moved to San Diego with her husband from the North Bay and now works remotely for Marketo.
Maria Patricia Miranda '06 writes that she completed her residency in internal medicine at the University of Massachusetts in Worcester, Massachusetts, in 2013, and is now a practicing primary care doctor at Tri-River Family Health Center in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. She is an assistant professor in medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School precepting medical students and internal medicine residents. She currently resides in Boston.