Santa Clara University

Class notes


70 James Jolly Ph.D. and his wife, Rose, celebrated their   60th wedding anniversary in Columbia in the Gold Country in January.
78 Barbara Spector J.D. was elected to the Los Gatos Town   Council in November 2004. Barbara has been a trial attorney for 26 years handling   business, employment and personal injury cases. She is also a mediator, settlement   conference judge pro tem, special master and judicial arbitrator. Her colleagues   in Northern California selected her as a Super Lawyer 2004. Since 1973, Barbara   and her husband, Ira, have lived in Los Gatos where she served on the town’s   planning commission from 1980 to 1988.
86 James F. Rigali J.D./MBA ’87 was elected a judge   in the Santa Barbara County Superior Court in November 2004.
89 Edwin R. Stafford MBA has received a $500,000 Congressional   Earmark grant to establish a renewable energy/ cleaner technology research center   at the College of Business at Utah State University. Ed will be co-director   of the center. He is an associate professor of marketing at the university,   where he researches the diffusion of cleaner innovations and products.
90 Debora (Dimino) Kristensen J.D. is president of the Idaho   State Bar, one of only three women to ever hold the post. As part of her presidency,   she has gathered the personal and professional histories of the first 50 women   admitted to the Idaho bar into a book. She practices with the firm of Givens   Pursley in Boise, Idaho.
92 Brian Shetler J.D. is a partner at Berliner Cohen in San   Jose. He is an estate planning attorney.
94 Constance Dixon-Sorogane M.A. has been honored twice by   Who’s Who Among American Teachers, most recently for 2004-2005. She is   a resource specialist in the Folsom Cordova Unified School District near Sacramento.
95 Daniel B. Myers J.D. is a partner at Wendel, Rosen, Black   & Dean in Oakland. Daniel is a member of the firm’s real estate and   land use groups, and also counsels clients on advertising and promotional practices.
00 Viola Kung J.D. is a partner at Howrey Simon Arnold &   White’s Menlo Park office. She began her career as a research scientist.   She previously worked for Liposome Technology Inc., Molecular Devices Corp.   and Metra Biosystems Inc., which was acquired by Quidel Corp.
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