Class Notes | Obituaries
Showing class notes submitted in the last year by graduates in 1977
Rob Uyttebroek ’77 is currently working for the Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington, D.C. and living in Alexandria, Va.
Antonio Reyes J.D. ’77 of Visalia has been appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown ’59 to a judgeship on the Tulare County Superior Court. Reyes, 60, has been in solo private practice since 1990. He has a law degree from Santa Clara University School of Law and Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Mary's College. Reyes is a Democrat and fills a vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Gerald F. Sevier J.D. '71.
Gregory McNulty ’77 recently joined the Honorable Everett Alvarez Jr. ’60 as chief technology officer for Alvarez and Associates. Company founder and CEO Everett Alvarez Jr. was the first U.S. combat pilot shot down over Vietnam and held as a POW for more than eight years in the infamous "Hanoi Hilton" and later served under four U.S. presidents in senior level positions.
John Hagerman MBA ’77 has joined CEO Advisor Franchising Inc., a franchisor of business advisory firms serving the needs of CEOs, presidents and business owners of small and mid-size companies, as CEO Advisor of Silicon Valley.
Dr. James Barrett MBA ’77 was honored by the Tech Council of Maryland with its Lifetime Achievement Award, in March. The award is given each year to a local individual who has gone above and beyond to serve the community at large over the course of his or her career. Recipients display commitment and leadership both in the field and within their company, fostering new ideas and encouraging creativity. The recipient also demonstrates generosity and compassion, making sure their work benefits others.
Barrett is a general partner at New Enterprise Associates, one of the world's largest venture capital firms. He focuses on investing in healthcare technologies and therapeutics as a pioneering figure in the field of biotechnology, during which he worked with companies that focused on gene therapy, targeted cancer therapies, rare diseases and the first implantable glucose sensor. In 2012, Barrett was on the Forbes Midas List.