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Dan Kachmarik '04, MS Engineering '06 and Alicia (Wheeler) Kachmarik '04 welcomed their second son, Andrew "Drew" Ryan, on September 15, 2011. Older brother, Connor, is 2 and the family lives in Butte, Mont.
Shankar Iyer MBA '94 is the new Vice President of Product Management and Receiver and End-user Services for Citrix Systems. Iyer will drive product strategy for personal cloud and end-user services with Citrix Receiver(TM), enabling anytime access to virtual desktops and applications from any device. Iyer comes to Citrix from the WebEx division of Cisco, where he led the formation of a Cloud Applications business unit focused on next-generation SaaS and cloud applications for large and small enterprises. Prior to its acquisition by Cisco, Iyer was vice president of products and new business initiatives at WebEx, charged with expanding new business opportunities for the next-generation WebEx platform. Prior to Cisco, he served as executive vice president, products and marketing for GemStone Systems (recently acquired by VMware) and before that, VP of products and strategy at TIBCO Software. Iyer received a M.B.A. from Santa Clara University, a M.S. in mechanical engineering from Ohio State University and a Bachelor of Technology in mechanical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai.
Erin Gay '04, MA '11 married Eric Hulderson on June 4, 2011. The wedding was held at Radonich Ranch in Los Gatos, CA. Rev. Aimee Moiso, Santa Clara Director of Ecumenical and Interfaith Ministries, presided over the ceremony. Other broncos in attendance included Katie Delor Childers, Torri Granger, Katie Gottlieb, Veronia Murphy, Ellen Peterson, Courtney Peterson Nilsson, Paul Nilsson, Scott Peterson, Jessica Gagnon, Anne Volz, Chris Madruga, Annie Colbeck, Victoria Reyes and Mike Theoharis.
M. Ryan Hubbard '04 D.O. completed his residency in internal medicine at Kaiser Permanente in Santa Clara. He was the recipient of the Stanford University School of Medicine Gold Humanism in Medicine and Teaching Award. He will join the Daughters of Charity Health Foundation and work at O'Connor Hospital, where he did a health care ethics internship during his time at SCU.
Lisa Hickey '04 was named principal at Juana Briones Elementary School in Palo Alto. Hickey has served as an elementary school principal in Cupertino Union School District since 2005. Most recently, she was principal at Meyerholz School, directing both a neighborhood population and a Mandarin immersion program.
Lucas Herrera '04 and Bree Horvath '05 were married at Mission Santa Clara on June 28th, 2009 by Father Paul Fitzgerald. The wedding party included fellow Santa Clara alumni Nicole Horvath '97, Megan (Horvath) DeMartini '01, Leslie Osborne '05, Jessica (Ballweg) Perkin '05, Annie Rainero '05, Brandon Butcher '05, Nick Mullen '04, Mike Baranick '04, Tyler Green '04, Colin Harrigan '04.
In 2012 James Hatcher MBA '04 established consulting firm Core Strategies Co. Ltd. in Bangkok, Thailand and resides there. Core Strategies provides consulting services to clients with business in the Middle East and Asia.
Colin Harter '04 and wife Laura (Del Santo) '04 welcome their first child, Charlotte Rebecca Harter, on July 28. The family lives in San Francisco.
Colin '04 and Laura Harter ’04—Addison Marie Harter on June 7, 2013. She lives with her big sister Charley and parents in San Francisco.
Ron Hansen M.A. ’95, M.Div. ’04 is this year’s recipient of the Evil Companions Award, which honors a writer who hails from the West or writes about it. Hansen is an Omaha native who teaches literature at Santa Clara University. He has earned numerous honors in his four decades as a novelist, essayist and short-story writer, including the status of creating one of the longer and more intriguing titles in contemporary fiction: The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.
Norman Gunther ’59, Ph.D. ’04, continues to be part of SCU's Department of Electrical Engineering’s Electron Devices Laboratory, which has advanced world-class research and scholarship in the areas of electronic devices, materials, and their manufacturing technologies. Gunther collaborates with fellow graduates of the program, advancing the methodologies used to characterize surface nanostructures of thin films used in semiconductors, and advising current graduate students as an applied mathematician.
Stacy Hartman '04 and Sean Greenwood were married on September 19, 2009 at Bianchi Winery in Paso Robles, California. In the wedding party: Alicia (Wheeler) Kachmarik '04, Katie Carlson '03, and Dina Salicido '04. Stacy currently works at Google as an Associate Manager in Online Sales and Sean, a Cal Poly San Luis Obispo grad, is a Project Engineer at Critchfield Mechanical. The newlyweds reside in San Jose.
Stacy (Hartman) Greenwood '04 and her husband Sean Greenwood welcomed their first child, a baby boy named Landon Robert on October 2, 2011. The happy family of three lives in San Jose.
Stacy (Hartman) Greenwood '04 and her husband, Sean, welcomed their first child, Landon Robert, on Sunday October 2, 2011. The happy family of three lives in San Jose.
Stacy (Hartman) Greenwood ’04 and husband Sean Greenwood welcome their second son, Cohen Michael, on September 6, 2014. The family of four resides in San Jose.
Tyler Green '04 and Meghan (Hanratty) Green '04 are happy to announce the birth of their first child, Gavin Michael Green, on July 20, 2011. The family lives in Bellevue, Wash.
Meghan (Hanratty) Green '04 and Tyler Green '04 welcomed their second child, Nora Elizabeth, on March 20, 2013. She joins big brother Gavin. They live in Seattle, WA.
Khanh-Thy (Nguyen) Gonzales ’04 and 1st Lt. Ramiro Gonzales celebrated their 10th year anniversary by renewing their wedding vows in Las Vegas with "Elvis." In attendance were Khanh-Vy Nguyen ’01, Hiroko Shirakata ’99, and Kristin Calcagno ’99. Future Broncos Aria and Ellia Gonzales served as flower girls.
Noel Fonseca ’04 married his partner Kyle Davidson on July 5, 2013 in Urbana, Ohio. In attendance were alumni Manuel Perez ’04, Khanh-Thy Gonzales ’04, Juan-Carlos Guzman ’04, Deanna Sainten ’06, and Communications Professor Charlotta Kratz.