Class Notes | Obituaries
Showing class notes submitted in the last year by graduates in 1973
Peter Wise ’69, MBA ’73 will finally retire next year - what a long strange trip it's been. He plans devote time to Puppy Mill rescues and awarness. He and his wife Julie live in Louisville, Colo.
Andrew Swartz ’73 has been a partner for Spiering, Swartz & Kennedy law firm located in Monterey, Calif. since 1974. He is married to Kiane Swartz, and they reside in Monterey. They have two grown sons: Adam, a longtime Chicago firefighter married with one daughter, and Alex, a business analyst for Visa.
Alvaro A. Reis MBA '73 writes that he is retired and has been enjoying lectures and OLLI activities at SCU, doing in-state travel, and catching up with family and friends. He adds that he reads Santa Clara Magazine from cover to cover.
John Fox ’73 is director of Multilateral Nuclear and Security Affairs at the Department of State in Washington, D.C.
Freshman Dorm: Swig
Greg Fox ’73 is married to Anita Ruud, lives in San Francisco and they are blessed with three daughters Anna-Kristina, Elisabeth and Alexandra. He is a partner of the San Francisco law firm Bertrand, Fox & Elliot.
Mary Alice Cerrito Fettis ’70, M.A. ’73 was honored by the Italian American Cultural Center Foundation for her dedication to the marine environment, Monterey's cultural past, Italian and Japanese heritages, Catholic community, and Fisherman's Wharf.
Bill Ducas ’73 writes: "My very best good wishes to those classmates attending the reunion this September."
Larry Bogner '73, MBA '77 reports that all is well with him and his wife Lynda in Napa.
Retired teacher Julie (Clinnin) Bishop '73 is an Ignatian Volunteer in San Diego at the Jesuit middle school Nativity Prep, where she has volunteered for six years. She learned about Ignatian Spirituality from her daughter Erin Bishop '03, MTS '09, who served with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps after college at the Camden Center for Law and Social Justice, in New Jersey. Erin now works in Campus Ministry at the University of San Diego. Read more about them here.