Class Notes | Obituaries
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Patrice (Mueller) Stork '76 welcomes her first grandbaby, Caitlin. Her daughter is also an '09 SCU graduate.
Freshman Dorm: Walsh
Mimi Sherman-Braatz '76 writes: "Since 1984, I've been running my own advertising and marketing company, Mimi Braatz & Associates. My husband, Skip, is a commercial RE broker and we have two 'kids'. Biggest news -- our daughter Lauren and her husband just had a baby boy named Max on 2/19/11. Our son Mark is head of Operations and Sales & Marketing for a Bay Area tech start-up, Etology, Inc. We live in the Willow Glen neighborhood of SJ."
Steven Schumann '76 writes: "Back to managing the work at SLOCO Data & Printing after visiting Cabo San Lucas for 11 days. Adjusting to two adult children now back living at home with us parents. Maybe I should ship them off to Santa Clara!"
Florian Rothbrust ’76 writes: "We are expecting our second grandchild in December 2012."
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Patricia Rosenthal ’76 writes, "Our son, Samuel James Rosenthal, was married May 31, 2014, to his high school sweetheart of 11 years. Sam is finishing his PhD at Stanford, and his wife, Allison, is finishing her PhD at Cal. Sorry, SCU! As for Marty and me, we are living our plan to travel until there is no 'go' left, and then we'll look into cruises. Our latest trip was six weeks in Turkey, and the next will be a month in Paris to celebrate our 30th."
After serving seven years in the California Legislature (51st Assembly District and 26th Senate District) Curren D. Price Jr. J.D. '76 has returned to public service in Los Angeles. In June 2013, he was elected to the Los Angeles City Council, 9th District. On the council he chairs the Economic Development Committee and serves on the ad hoc committee to oversee and coordinate the city's bid and participation in hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics. He is married to businessswoman and social activist Del Richardson, and they have two grown children and three grandkids.
Risë Pichon ’73, J.D. ’76 was honored with the Santa Clara Law Social Justice and Human Rights Award in October 2011 in honor of her work for equality and human rights during her career.
Larry Paxton '76 was recently elected as president of the American Geophysical Union's Space Physics and Aeronomy Section. Larry is the head of the Geospace and Earth Science Group at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. In July, he met Dr. Frank Drake of the Drake Equation. Dr. Drake had presented a lecture on project Ozma to the physics majors in 1974. That lecture and Larry's experience as an undergraduate researcher and participation in the Honors Program at Santa Clara shaped Larry's later life and career.
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Freshman Dorm: Swig
Margaret "Gret" Ontiveros '76 has been teaching for the last 35 years. She is currently beginning her fifth year as principal of Juan Pacifico Ontiveros School. She and her husband Paul have six adult children. "Regrettably, none are Broncos," she writes. Margaret enjoys running, working in her rose garden, and spending time with friends and family.
Dennis O'Hara '76 has been honored for the second year as a "Power Broker" by Risk & Insurance magazine. This honor comes as Risk & Insurance performs research to identify the top men and women in the property/casualty brokerage segment of the insurance industry. His classification and industry focus within the awards is nonprofits. "More important," he writes, "I've been SCU's insurance broker for the last eight years -- and hopefully many more to come. I lead at team at Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. that coordinates insurance analysis, purchasing and risk management consulting at SCU (and USF, Loyola Marymount and the California Jesuit Province). On the SCU campus we are directed by and support Bob Warren, Harry Fong and Sam Florio."
Freshman Dorm: Swig
Mike O'Hara '76 writes: "Mary '77 and I are healthy and living in San Diego. Children are Sean, Dan, Katie, Jim and Patrick. We root for the Aztecs and USD these days."
Freshman Dorm: Dunne
Martin Morici '76 writes: "I have been in the commercial real Estate business for 34 years. I have two children: Adianna, who is 27, and Mary, who is 25. They are both graduates of Jesuit education--Mary from Loyola Chicago and Adrianna from Loyola Chicago. I am living my passion of travel and spend a month a year traveling the European continent and learning Italian."
Kate McDermott '76 is the creator and founder of Art of the Pie. Since 2006 she has taught the time-honored craft of pie making to thousands. One of the most highly sought-after culinary instructors in the United States, Kate is widely acknowledged as one of the best makers of pie ever. Named "Food Rock Star" by Seattle Magazine, Kate has given her Art of the Pie workshop to food luminaries and has received high praise from Ruth Reichl, former editor of Gourmet, Dorie Greenspan, Elise Bauer (Simply Recipes) and many others. Her blackberry pie was featured in Saveur Magazine's Top 100 Issue and appeared on the cover. She has been written about in numerous books, magazines & blogs by award-winning authors. A practitioner of kindness, she aspires to pass on the craft of pie-making to as many as she can. She has two children and lives at her home, Pie Cottage, in Port Angeles, WA.
http://artofthepie.com http://artofthepie.com/wordpress http://twitter.com/katemcdermott https://pinterest.com/artofthepie/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Art-of-the-Pie/162210717203760
Dr. Patrick J. Lydon '76 is Director of Clinical Markering and Training for NeoVista Inc. An early phase Medical Device and Clinical Research company in Newark, Calif. Pat is on an extended two-year assignment in Europe -- living in London. "Come visit," he writes.
Dr. Pat Lydon '76 is an optometrist and the Director of Global Clinical Training and Marketing for NeoVista, Inc — an Ophthalmic Medical Device and Clinical Research firm based in the Bay Area. He is based in London, England. Enjoying golf, poker, scuba, and guitar — plus catching up with old friends. Feel free: email@example.com
Call me on 510-402-7076. Or firstname.lastname@example.org
Margaret A. Leonard '76, J.D. '79 retired from her private law practice in 2008 and recently rejoined the workforce as an adventure guide. Her new company, Slow Adventure (www.slowadventure.us), takes hikers/walkers on a four day, 40 mile journey along the Monterey Bay, from Santa Cruz to Monterey, on North America's only coastal serf guided inn to inn walking vacation. Margaret continues to live in Santa Cruz with her spouse, Clare, who celebrate 25 years together next month (June 2010).
www.slowadventure.us Facebook page: Slow Adventure
Chi-Chia Hsieh Ph.D. '76 is Chairman of Taiwan Science Park Associations.