Class Notes | Obituaries
Showing class notes submitted in the last year by graduates in the
Frederick "Fred" Farrell '51 writes "87 years old two days ago, still surfing!"
Norman Slaught '52 and Claire celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary last July at one of their favorite spots: the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club. They have eight children and 27 grandchildren, including granddaughter Diane Slaught '11.
Henry Shea '54 has three grandchildren, Michael Shea '18, Elizabeth Stephens '18, attending Santa Clara University!
Curtis Cole '55, J.D. '57 practiced Worker's Compensation Law, representing injured workers from 1958 until 2005, when he retired. Cole writes, "My practice was taken over by my daughter, Leah Cole '81, one of six of my children (Cathy Cole Oleson '77, Nancy Hall '78, James Schimandle '81, Matthew Schimandle '83, Leslie Von Der Ahe '79) who attended Santa Clara. Leah has since been joined by her daughter Rachael (my granddaughter). I'm traveling a lot and still active on the Board of Fellows of Santa Clara since 1973."
Mike King '56 writes that his wife, Janet King, is celebrating her 80th birthday with their nine children and 18 grandchildren. (SCU grads include Kristopher "Gus" King '79, Gretchen King '80, Kathleen Twomey '81, Melinda King Grow '86). They are looking forward to the 60th reunion in October.
Duncan Fife '56, of that Dynamic Class, functions productively in Foster City, California. His five virtually perfect children, and two perfect grandchildren, and wife Robin celebrate the recent publication of his second book: Giving the Gift of Giggles—Incredibly True Confessions of a Singing Telegram Entertainer, available at Amazon. He writes, "Thank you for a great magazine: It gets better and better with each issue!"
Norman “Norm” Huletz ’58 has been playing the National Senior Softball league for 25 years and was recently inducted into the National Senior Softball Hall of Fame (November 2014). Over the years he's won 10 world championships. He currently plays infielder. When he attended Santa Clara, he played shortstop for the baseball team.
Dick Clark '58 writes that he's been attending monthly First Fridays at the Mission Church and luncheons at Donohoe Alumni House.