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Paulson, Keith

After 38 fulfilling years in the beverage industry, Keith Paulson '69 has retired. He's living in Monte Sereno with his wife, Claire Campodonico. He is an ace golfer at Saratoga Country Club.

submitted Jun. 23, 2015 3:03P
Giebel, Kenneth

Kenneth Giebel '69, MBA '76 has been appointed director of homeownership at California Housing Finance Agency by Gov. Jerry Brown '59. California Housing Finance Agency provides home mortgage financing to first-time homebuyers and renters in California. It also provides mortgage insurance; permanent financing for the acquisition, rehabilitation, and preservation of existing or new construction of rental housing; and multifamily rental development properties management services. Giebel, 68, of Lincoln, has served as acting director of single family lending for the agency since 2012 and was director of marketing from 2002 to 2012. He was director of promotions and ethnic advertising at the California State Lottery from 1994 to 2002. Prior to the Lottery position, Ken worked in marketing, advertising, and promotion positions for a number of Fortune 500 Companies.

submitted Apr. 10, 2015 5:48P
Fraga, Edward

Edward A. Fraga '69 writes, "I retired two years ago after a 42-year career in IT, including department directorships, and 10 years as VP for state and local government for Gartner ( My wife of 36 years, Carol, and I have lived in our home in Topanga, California, since 1988. We have traveled the world, including to all seven continents and remote locations such as the Falkland and Galapagos Islands, Mongolia, and Antartica. I recently completed the P90X 90-day exercise program and am currently training to participate in a triathlon. We have been blessed with a good life and good health, and so we are now giving back to our community in emergency-preparedness assistance."

submitted Jun. 23, 2015 2:54P

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