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Therese King McNeil

Therese King McNeil August 13, 1939 - February 7, 2014 Resident of Monte Sereno, Therese died peacefully with her family in the home she cared for and cherished after a two year struggle with cancer. Therese is survived by Don '57, her husband of fifty years, by their four sons: Peter '90 ( Patricia), Timothy (Katie), Patrick '92 (Erica), and Thomas '98 (Darcie) and nine grandchildren: May Margaret, Eamon, Dillon, Ryan, Keira, Will, Luke, Timothy and Cassidy. Therese was born of Irish immigrant parents in San Francisco, California. She attended St. Rose Academy and Dominican College of San Rafael. She taught school in Marin County, then in Campbell after her marriage. She loved teaching and was an inspiration to her students and everyone around her. She retired from teaching to raise her four boys - a very polite and well mannered group, of course. The job she retired to was loving, guiding and supporting her husband and family. She did her new job well and was loved and valued in return. She was president of the Bellarmine Mothers' Guild, chair of the Bellarmine Fashion show, and active in and an officer of a number of non-profit agencies. She was also a member of Santa Clara University's Board of Fellows. Therese's particular gift was her ability to make and keep friends. She was interested in the stories of those around her, and was able to share with them a love of life, a sence of humor, a generous spirit and a scrupulous honesty. Her friends are loyal and legion. Therese will miss them and they her. 

submitted Apr. 22, 2014 9:02P
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Dale Schrumpf

Dale Schrumpf M.S. '73, MBA '80, May 5, 2014. Dale Schrumpf was born March 3, 1935, in Perryville, Mo., the first of three children.  He attended Missouri School of Mines and then moved to California to work as an engineer, after serving in the Army briefly.  He worked at Sylvania and GE when the microwave was first in development.  He worked at Lockheed Missiles and Space as an engineer in two different time periods, including work on the Space Station.  In between he worked at Quantic Enterprises, where he attained several patents.  He received a Master of Science degree and an MBA from Santa Clara University.  He also had a passion for sales and entrepreneurship.  For many years he traveled the Bay Area with his son, placing Christian books in grocery stores.  He started many of his own businesses, including Satellite Solutions, one of the first distributors of DISH Network systems in the Bay Area.  In his retirement, he enjoyed merchandising and product demonstration jobs, feeding his love of interacting with people.  After moving to Texas, he was able to return to his love of fishing.

Dale had a passion to read the Bible and serve the Lord.  He was active in Peninsula Bible Church (Palo Alto, Calif.) in the 60s and 70s, and Menlo Park Presbyterian Church (Calif.) from the 80s until he moved to Texas in 2012.  In Arlington, he found a church home at Pantego Bible Church.  At Peninsula Bible Church he was active in evangelism programs, he helped with counseling at Billy Graham events, and he led a Bible study at Lockheed.  For several years he and his wife Dianne helped Wycliffe Bible Translators in their recruitment program (TOTAL It Up) in Temecula, Calif.  He attended Western Seminary in Santa Clara, Calif., for several years, working towards a Certificate.
 
He is preceded in death by his sister, Darleen Dunker.  He is survived by his brother Leman Schrumpf, his son John Schrumpf (Claudia), John’s mother Jan Schrumpf, step-daughter Beth Bryson, step-son Jim Bryson (Joelle) and their children, and Beth and Jim’s mother Dianne Bryson.
submitted May. 16, 2014 12:27P
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