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1962

'62
Sebastiani, Sam

Sam Sebastiani ’62, MBA ’66, student body president in 1962, is still making great wines at the Sebastiani Family Winery. Many of his classmates hope that some of the wine will be brought to their reunion celebrations. 

submitted Aug. 22, 2017 2:20P
'62
Ravano, Robert
Robert Ravano ’62 has been appointed to the board of regents for Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland. He is a partner and still working part time as a CPA with his firm, Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co. LLP, in Palo Alto.
submitted Aug. 2, 2017 7:41P
'62
Keister, Gary

Gary Keister ’62 is still writing poetry, books, and stories about his life growing up on the Alaskan waters. He presents annually at the FisherPoets gathering in Astoria, Oregon, as well as at other seafarers’ festivals in the Pacific Northwest. 

submitted Aug. 22, 2017 11:28A
'62
Fessio, Joseph
Joseph Fessio checking up on his wine grapes

Joseph Fessio ’62 is making wine when not editing books at his Ignatius Press in San Francisco. He says he will definitely bring some wine—not books—to the reunion. 

submitted Aug. 22, 2017 12:05P
'62
Buoncristiani, Adrian

Adrian Buoncristiani ’62 and his wife, Dawn, are vacationing in Norway. They are excited to be returning in time to do a “show and tell” at their 55th reunion celebration. 

submitted Aug. 2, 2017 7:31P

1966

'66
Sullivan, Peter

Peter Sullivan ’66 and wife Marie Sullivan ’66 write: “Great 50th reunion last year! Many of us continued the festivities in Carmel.” 

submitted Jul. 30, 2017 4:35P
GRD Leavey/MBA '66
Sebastiani, Sam
see year 1962

1967

'67
Dunlap, Larry

Larry Dunlap ’67 retired in 2010 after a 43-year career in sales and marketing that took him all around the world. He lives in La Quinta, California, and is enjoying all that desert life has to offer. In his retirement, he and his wife, Karen, started a consulting company that assists entrepreneurs in their quest to introduce innovative consumer and professional health care products. The couple has four children and eight grandchildren who bring great joy to their lives and keep them busy. They also spend their time golfing, traveling, and with family and friends. Dunlap is looking forward to seeing his classmates at the upcoming reunion. 

submitted Aug. 22, 2017 11:35A
'67
Bihn, Adele

Adele Bihn ’67 can’t believe it has been 50 years since graduation. Bihn and her husband, Murray, have six grandchildren between the ages of 12 and 6 months. She writes she’s still working, currently focusing on water and energy conservation. 

submitted Aug. 2, 2017 7:36P

1969

GRD Law '69
Stinnett, Terrance
Terry Stinnett at the race track

Terrance Stinnett J.D. ’69 graduated first in his class from the School of Law and practiced bankruptcy law for 34 years.  He has continued to work full time since 2007 as vice president, general counsel, and secretary of Fremont Bank and Fremont Bancorporation, as well as being a member of the board of directors of each corporation. He is also the chairman of the board Loan Committee, the Board Fair Lending Committee and is a member of the Board Compliance Committee, as well as a member of the Officers Loan Committee. He is very proud of the bank, which contributed $1 million toward the construction of the new Santa Clara Law School building and was founded by his uncle, Morris Hyman. Stinnett serves on the Law School Advisory Board and previously served on the Law School Board of Visitors.

Stinnett also served as a law clerk for the Honorable Thomas Caldecott of the California Courts of Appeal. He received numerous awards, including having been listed as a California super lawyer by San Francisco Magazine and in Who’s Who in America Law by the Marquis Who’s Who Publication Board on many occasions. He has also been listed in Who’s Who in America. Additionally, he has been listed in Kipling’s Who’s Who and was selected as Professional of the Year in the field of bankruptcy law in 2007 by America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals.

Stinnett writes that although he turned 77 years old in July, “he has had to postpone his retirement until he reaches 106 because his wife spends so much money!” He also writes, “I raced cars as a hobby for about 30 years or so, just like Paul Newman, but only one of us is incredibly handsome. You will have to decide which one of us meets that standard!” 

submitted Jul. 30, 2017 4:12P

1972

'72
Peters, Mary Ann

Mary Ann Peters ’72 is privileged to be “waging peace and fighting disease” around the world as CEO of The Carter Center, founded by Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter in 1982. She’s counting down to the eradication of Guinea worm disease from the planet—down to 25 cases last year, from 3.5 million cases in 1986. Peters is also on the board of the Task Force for Global Health and Emory University’s Global Health Institute—a long way from her major in French.

submitted Aug. 2, 2017 12:21P
'72
Anderson, Kathy

Kathy Anderson ’72 completed 12 years on the Board of Regents and recently was invited to join the Advisory Board for the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. Additionally, she serves as the president and executive director of the Catholic Community Foundation of Los Angeles, which was established in 2014 to provide professional philanthropy management services for organizations and individuals in a Catholic and socially responsible business environment. 

submitted Aug. 2, 2017 7:28P

1973

'73
Dillon, Jeff
Jeff Dillon enjoying brunch with college roommates Dan Gilmour and Brougham Morris

Jeff Dillon ’73 had brunch with college roommates Dan Gilmour ’73 and Brougham Morris ’73 in Sutter Creek, California. 

submitted Aug. 22, 2017 4:00P
'73
Brodt, Carl

Carl L. Brodt ’73 retired from MUFG Union Bank and will be teaching business courses at Holy Names University in Oakland this fall. 

submitted Aug. 2, 2017 7:16P

1974

'74
Tandy, Eric

Eric Tandy ’74 is the project manager for Bechtel on the BART Earthquake Safety Program in Oakland. 

submitted Aug. 2, 2017 7:14P
'74
Moore, Marylynn

Marylynn Moore ’74 and her husband, Kenneth, have moved back to California to be near family after living in Arizona for over 20 years. They are thrilled to be back.  

submitted Jul. 30, 2017 4:22P

1975

'75
Genochio, Mary

Mary Jane Genochio ’75 lives in the Sierra foothills community of Mokelumne Hill. She serves on the boards for the Northern California Chapter of Huntington’s Disease Society of America, Calaveras County Arts Council, Ebbetts Pass Scenic Byway Association, Central Calaveras Fire and Rescue Protection District, Calaveras Visitors Bureau, and the Mokelumne Hill Community Historical Trust. Genochio lost her home during the Amador/Calaveras Butte Fire in September 2015 and his currently building a new time in downtown Mokelumne Hill. She enjoys traveling, spending time with family, friends, and her best friend, Stella, her 7-year-old shepherd mix pound puppy. 

submitted Jul. 30, 2017 4:20P

1977

GRD Leavey/MBA '77
Worster, Bruce

Bruce Worster MBA ’77 has been named a trustee of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. He is a private investor and advisor with 30 years’ experience in high technology product and business development. After retirement, he served as a director of Zygo Corp. from 2002–10 and chairman from 2009–10. He is a graduate of Harvey Mudd College and holds a Ph.D. in physics from UCSB. Worster is also a trustee of Harvey Mudd College and a member of the UCSB dean of science’s advisory cabinet, and, with his wife, Susan, a member of the Getty Museum’s Photographs Council. Worster was a trustee of the San Jose Museum of Art from 2012–15. He and his wife are collectors of vintage and contemporary photography. 

submitted Aug. 22, 2017 11:22A
UGRD Arts & Sciences '77
Jordan, Carol (Blanco)

Carol Blanco Jordan ’77 teaches online courses in computer science and business for Columbia Gorge Community College. She and her husband, Mike, live in Redmond, Oregon. Jordan earned her MBA in information systems from Golden Gate University in 1982 and is a quality matters peer reviewer for online courses. She and her husband have been married for 36 years and have a lovely daughter, Roseann, who lives in Tyler, Texas, and just graduated from dental hygiene school.

Contact Carol
jordan.carol@gmail.com; https://www.linkedin.com/in/carol-jordan-5a89179/
submitted Aug. 10, 2017 3:48P

1978

'78
Schmidt, Lloyd

Lloyd A. Schmidt ’78, J.D. ’81 has joined Hoge Fenton, a law firm headquartered in Silicon Valley, bringing over 30 years of experience. A veteran in his field, Schmidt is a practicing attorney specializing in corporate advising, mergers and acquisitions, and business transactions. He was previously a shareholder of Hopkins & Carley and served as its chair of the corporate, tax, and business transactions department. At Hoge Fenton, he looks forward to advising and counseling clients in technology, e-commerce, and a multitude of other sectors. 

submitted Aug. 22, 2017 11:18A

1980

'80
Flynn, Karen

Karen (Sly) Flynn ’80 retired after 31 years with the Sacramento County Public Defender’s Office, serving as its chief assistant for the past 14 years. She and her husband, Dan, are proud of their sons, John Flynn ’16, a freelance writer, and Jimmy Flynn ’18, editor in chief of The Santa Clara.  

submitted Jul. 30, 2017 4:29P
'80
Aubertine, Matthew

Matt Aubertine ’80 retired from IBM in Austin, Texas, after over 30 years.   

submitted Jul. 30, 2017 6:31P

1981

GRD Ed./Couns Psych./Pastoral Min. '81
Taylor, Patrick

Patrick Taylor M.A. ’81 retired after 43 years as an Ignatian educator, serving as director of resident students (twice), dean of students, director of student activities, campus minister, personal and academic guidance counselor, JV baseball coach, roller hockey coach—and for the past four years, program director for personal counseling. He says, “This ministry has filled my heart with gladness and gratitude for the many wonderful memories and cherished relationships with Bellarmine colleagues, students, and families. My service has been guided by the Bellarmine motto (and Santa Clara charism) ‘men & women for and with others’ as well as the scripture verse ‘Much is expected from those to whom much has been given’ (Luke 12:49). God has blessed me in a special way these past 43 years in addition to my life pathway of 65 years. Being a Bronco is awesome, too!”

submitted Aug. 21, 2017 2:41P
GRD Law '81
Schmidt, Lloyd
see year 1978

1986

UGRD Arts & Sciences '86
Lefebvre, Mary Beth (Cebedo)

Mary Beth Cebedo Lefebvre ’86 is an IT project manager at Stanford University. This summer, she attended a family reunion in Lake Tahoe, California, with her parents and siblings Francis Cebedo ’87Celine Cebedo Schmidek ’88Josephine Cebedo Copeland ’90 and their families. 

submitted Aug. 6, 2017 4:53P
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