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1966

'66
Morrow, James

James Morrow MBA '66, Ph.D. '73 is chairman, president and CEO of Green Energy 1, Inc., a designer, developer, owner, and operator of waste to energy technology and solar plants for the generation of electricity and production of potable water worldwide.

submitted May. 10, 2010 4:29P
GRD Leavey/MBA '66
Home, Stephen

Stephen D. Home '62, MBA '66 writes, "Still alive and working full time as a Financial Planner with MetLife, and continue to keep in touch with many of my class mates. Two grandchildren to talk about, just ask. I am currently living in Palo Alto."

Contact Stephen
work phone, (408)352-3968; e-mail shome@metlife.com
submitted Jun. 7, 2010 5:08P
'66
Hillis, John

John "Jack" Hillis '66, a longtime Saratoga resident, will be honored with the Distinguished Service Award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley in December.

The recognition will be presented for his longstanding involvement in the organization. Hillis has served faithfully over the years, currently on the club's golf committee, and was a member of the board of directors for 15 years, including serving as board president. He was chosen for the prestigious award by an internal selection committee, based on his service and dedication to the club.

Over the years, Hillis and his wife Polly have supported the club with their time and treasure including supporting silent auctions, committee work and donations. Hillis has been affiliated with the Boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley for 25 years and served as president for three years.

He's also the president and founder of Hillis Financial Services and has more than 40 years experience providing financial planning and asset management advice to individuals, corporate executives and business owners.

submitted Nov. 4, 2012 7:50P
'66
Hillis, John

John "Jack" Hillis '66, President of Hillis Financial Services in San Jose, has been named to the LPL Financial Chairman's Council. This prestigious distinction is based on a ranking of revenues of all registered LPL advisors. Jack was ranked 90th of over 13,100 advisors.

Contact John
www.hillisfinancial.com
submitted Apr. 17, 2013 10:57A
'66
Happoldt, Richard
Richard Happoldt ’66 writes: "This was the fourth cruise for this group from the class of '66. The first was to Mexico in '94 (everyone was turning 50!), then to the Caribbean in 2004, on to Alaska in 2009, and then this Canadian cruise that kicked off in Boston. We sailed north to and around Nova Scotia, ending in Quebec—a Bucket List city if ever there was one!  A train ride to Montreal for a couple of days and then homeward bound.  Thirty hearty travelers, eating too much, remembering how to play "Pedro" (card game played for hours on end in the '60s), supporting local economies, eating too much, laughing too much, and completely taking over the karaoke bar one night on the ship. Go Broncos! The next event is in the planning stages for a getaway weekend on The Central Coast next year to celebrate turning the BIG SEVEN-O!"
 
submitted Oct. 30, 2013 8:39A
UGRD Leavey Business '66
Green, James

James P. Green '66 writes: "Still in active law practice of my 39th year as trial lawyer. 3 adult children, 3 grandchildren--soon to be 4."

submitted May. 27, 2011 12:14P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '66
Gomes, Don

Don Gomes ’66 teaches at University of Alaska Anchorage and serves on the Anchorage Arts Advisory Commission. He and wife Ann Holt are staff to their Aussie “Bear.”

submitted May. 30, 2012 6:27P
GRD Law '66
Glennon, William

W.E. Glennon, Jr. writes, "My dad, Bill Glennon J.D. ’66 will be 95 in January. He has shot his age in golf starting when he was 73 and every year since until two years ago when he was 92--with the exception of one year when he was 82. A bad middle finger on his left hand has kept him from playing for the last two years. Things have improved so that my son, Damian, and I are going to play my brother, Tim, and Dad next month at Spyglass. My dad belongs to Spyglass, Bighorn and Saratoga C.C."

submitted Nov. 21, 2012 11:03A
GRD Leavey/MBA '66
Cooper, William

William A. Cooper MBA ’66 was granted Muskingum University's Distinguished Service Award (DSA) in recognition for his personal and professional achievements. The award, the university’s highest alumni honor, was presented at a June 17 ceremony, held as part of the university’s annual Alumni Weekend festivities. Sponsored by the Muskingum University Alumni Council, the DSA recognizes and honors alumni who have distinguished themselves through their professional endeavors and exemplary services to society. Any living Muskingum graduate or former student is eligible to receive this award. William Cooper is president of Cooper & Company, a full-service industrial and commercial real-estate brokerage and real-estate development firm in Santa Clara County. Since the late 1960s, he has helped strengthen Silicon Valley’s entrepreneurial climate, providing technology start-up companies with access to facilities which support their innovation and business growth. A professional football player for the San Francisco 49ers from 1961-1966, Mr. Cooper’s achievements have brought a positive and powerful spotlight to the educational and athletic ideals embodied by NCAA Division III.  In 2000, he became the first Ohio Athletic Conference player to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Ind. As a power fullback for Muskingum, “Cannonball Cooper” gained 3,651 yards rushing during his college career.  He led the Muskies to the 9-0 undefeated 1960 season with 1102 yards rushing that year, and was named to the 1960 Associated Press All-American Football first team.  He is a three-time member of the All-Ohio Athletic Conference first team, and the first and only three-time recipient of the OAC’s Mike Gregory Award. Mr. Cooper earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Muskingum and a MBA from Santa Clara University. He has served as a member of the Muskingum University Board of Trustees for over 25 years. He is married to Muskingum classmate Sandra "Sonie" Green Cooper, and through their leadership and support of their alma mater, they have furthered educational opportunities for generations of students. The Coopers reside in Monte Sereno, Calif.

submitted Jun. 21, 2011 9:29A
UGRD Leavey Business '66
Cody, John (Cody)

John Cody ’66 writes that he was named a Top 1000 Financial Advisor by Barron's Magazine this year. John has spent more than 40 years helping clients at Merrill Lynch achieve their financial goals. He is married to Victoria Cody ’66, and works with his sons Brian and Patrick in the Century City branch of Merrill Lynch.

Contact John
http://fa.ml.com/codygroup
submitted May. 9, 2012 5:26P
UGRD Leavey Business '66
Clark, Joe

Joe Clark ’66 and his wife, Cathy, are happy to announce the adoption of their grandson Owen Michael Clark on June 1, 2012.

submitted Jun. 17, 2012 10:29A
'66
Charkins, Jim

Jim Charkins ’66 has been granted the highest honor of the California Council for the Social Studies, the Hilda Taba award. The award is given to an individual who has demonstrated organizational leadership; involvement in policy development for social studies; collection and dissemination of research bringing innovation to the field; and distinction as a teacher, teacher educator, and curriculum developer. Last October in Chicago he was presented with the Bessie Moore Award for outstanding national leadership in economic education. Charkins is professor of economics at California State University, San Bernardino, and executive director of the California Council on Economic Education. Jim and his wife, Linda Jackson Charkins ’66 live in Wrightwood, Calif.

Contact Jim
www.ccee.org
submitted Apr. 25, 2012 4:01P
'66
Barr, Kevin

Kevin Barr '66 writes, "Retired in Boise, Idaho, with wife, Mary Pat, where we volunteer at the zoo, taking care of animals and educating kids of all ages. Also am a member of the Friends of Zoo Boise Board of Directors. Recent travels have included Australia (boyhood home) and Eastern Europe."

submitted Jul. 22, 2010 3:50P
'66
Barr, Kevin

Kevin P. Barr ’66 writes: “Enjoying retirement, traveling to places like Tanzania, and working at the zoo with animals and children. Also a member of the board of directors.”

submitted Dec. 9, 2011 9:56A

1967

UGRD Arts & Sciences '67
Thuner, Kathleen (Meehan)

Kathleen (Meehan) Thuner ’67 writes: “Director, North County Fire Protection District; director, Mission Resource Conservation District; director, American National Standards Institute.”

submitted May. 3, 2012 8:19P
'67
Taylor, Margaret

Margaret “Margie” Richards Taylor ’67 was recently profiled in the Sun.Star, a news website serving the Philippines, for her long career and entrepreneur endeavors. After prominent positions at companies including Johnnie Walker, United Distillers Group, Kraft General Foods, and Brown and Williamson, a tobacco company, where she becme its first woman and first Asian corporate vice president, Taylor started the Harston Group, a Hong Kong–registered family company representing well-known brands in the duty-free markets, in 2006.  

Two years ago she launched Bibendum, a quality wine shop based in Cebu, Philippines, where she was born. Soon, she will manage a Cebu branch of the employment agency Omafil Phil., which is tasked to hire 800 Filipino nurses for England.
 
submitted Jul. 21, 2014 9:27A
'67
Spalding, Ralph

Ralph Spalding '67 is currently the chair of the history department at Mt. San Antionio College in Walnut, Calif.

submitted Jun. 10, 2009 2:53P
'67
Neighbors, Rondel

Rondel Neighbors '67 retired five years ago after 37 years teaching high school English, he is now working part time at a golf course and enjoying eight grandchildren.

submitted Apr. 29, 2010 3:12P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '67
Lo Baugh, Leslie

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck has announced that Les Lo Baugh '67 has joined the firm's Los Angeles office as its newest shareholders. Lo Baugh will join Brownstein's natural resources practice group. At SCU she earned her bachelor's in philosophy.

submitted Jul. 15, 2010 11:20A
UGRD Arts & Sciences '67
Humphrey, Rosemary (Cosgrove)

Rosemary Cosgrove Humphrey '67 is serving her fourth term as mayor of Palos Verdes Estates. Rosemary, a high school principal, has been on the city council for 21 years. She and her husband, David, have three children.

Contact Rosemary
www.palosverdes.com/pve (until 8/31/2010) www.pvestates.org (after 8/31/2010)
submitted Mar. 24, 2010 7:53P
UGRD Leavey Business '67
Hanley, Dan

Dan Hanley '67 MBA '69 J.D. '74 celebrated the birth of his granddaughter last August. He has been married to Judi Hanley since October 22.

submitted Apr. 12, 2010 3:12P
UGRD Leavey Business '67
Hanley, Daniel

Daniel E. Hanley MBA ’67, J.D. ’74 is still in private law practice in San Jose doing estate planning, probate, and business law. He practices with his son Sean Hanley, who does bankruptcy and debt relief. Dan recently became a grandfather with the birth of Brynn Hanley (daughter of Brian Hanley). Dan is happly married to Judi (since 1974). They live in Saratoga, Calif.

Contact Daniel
www.hanleylaw.com
submitted Jan. 11, 2012 9:27A
'67
Dooling, Kathy and Mike

Kathy Dooling '67 and Mike Dooling '67 are enjoying six grandchildren. Kathy is a professional artist and a member of the Pasadena art colony.  She specializes in California plein air images.

submitted Apr. 12, 2010 3:28P
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