Class Notes | Obituaries
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William J. "Bill" Enos ’90, 44, of Carmichael, CA, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, February 22, 2013. He is survived by his loving wife, Jennifer and their three beautiful daughters, Natalie (13), Sarah (10), Shannon (8); his parents Bill and Sally Enos, brother Mark '83 (Heather), sister Karen, and 9 nieces and nephews. Bill was born in Redding, CA on August 23, 1968, graduated from Rio Americano HS and Santa Clara Univ. where he played baseball, was captain, and was awarded the team MVP while making the all conference team in his junior and senior years. He was active in Carmichael Girls Softball as a manager, coach and served as league president for 2 years. He will be sadly missed by his family, numerous loyal friends, co-workers and clients of NDS.
Linda Laverne (Scott), B.S. '90 on Nov. 26, 2009. Born in Woodland, Calif., on June 16, 1968. She will be remembered by family and friends for her playful and loving spirit and for striving for excellence in all parts of her life. A talented and accomplished ceramic artist, she has pottery gracing homes around the world. She leaves her husband Christophe and their three children Emeric, Quentin, and Maylis.
Kathleen Davey ’90, June 21, 2013. A resident of Campbell, Davey died June 21, 2013 ans was just 46. Kathleen is survived by her husband Mike Davey ’90 of Saratoga, her two beautiful daughters Samantha and Rachel, her mother Connie McGrath of San Jose and her siblings Wendy Krafft and Joe McGrath of Hollister, Megan McGrath of Fremont, Jim McGrath of Phoenix, Ariz., and Sheila Martins of Ft. Bragg. Kathleen (Bean) was the sixth child of Connie M.A. ’83 and Jerry McGrath ’56, M.A. ’72.
Kathleen was a Santa Clara Valley native, and when she was born the entire neighborhood waited on the street curb to greet her when her parents brought her home for the first time. From that day forward, she was adored by her family and friends. We miss the joy her sense of humor, angelic laugh, contagious smile, and love of life brought to all of us. Kathleen received a B.S. from Santa Clara University in Political Science and went on to a successful career as a Paralegal and caseworker, most prominently at Onetta and Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich and Rosati.
Kathleen's most treasured accomplishment was her role as loving mother for her daughters Samie and Rachie. Kathleen was the best friend to many and the confidant of all who knew her. She had a unique way of making everyone she knew feel that there was a special bond between them. She will be greatly missed.
Jean Kathryn Klein MA ’90 was born into this world August 4, 1942. On November 27, 2011 she was united with her Lord in the next. She spent her first 25 years in St. Louis, Mo. She moved to southern California and then to Colorado Springs for a brief time before moving back to the west coast. She earned a masters degree in marriage and family therapy from Santa Clara University in 1990. She has worked with Stanislaus County and private clients since 1994. Kathy was actively involved in the music community of Modesto. She was a member of The First United Methodist Church Choir, the Modesto Symphony Orchestra Chorus and Townsand Opera Players. She will be greatly missed by the many groups and individuals that she gave her heart to.
Henry Joseph Greiner M.A. ’90 passed away peacefully on May 17, 2013. Henry was born on March 16, 1943, in Keota, Iowa, to Leonard and Mary (Woerdeman) Greiner. He always said, The two best things I ever did were to get ordained and to get married. He was ordained in 1968 in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Davenport and served as pastor in many parishes in the Diocese, ending up with one of the largest parishes of the Diocese, St Mary's in Iowa City. While attending Santa Clara University on a study leave he met Anne Blair M.A. ’90. In 1993, he left ordained ministry to marry Anne. They have lived in Palo Alto, Calif., for 20 years. He worked as the administrator of the El Retiro Jesuit Retreat House in Los Altos, Calif., until 1998. He then became a financial planner with Money Concepts International. In 2001, he began working part time for several of the mortuaries in the Palo Alto area. By request he would conduct funerals of those who did not belong to a congregation but wanted a religious service. Henry felt he was a blessed man and throughout his life he was pleased to share those blessings in many wonderful ways. Henry loved his grandchildren, travel, golf, fine wines, salmon fishing in Alaska, the Iowa Hawkeyes and sunsets on the beach. He is survived by his wife, Anne, stepsons, Christopher Blair (Manisha) and Andrew Blair (Robin) and his grandchildren, Anand, Sonali, Ewan and Mimi Blair. He is also survived by his brothers, Paul Greiner (Nadine) and Marlin Greiner his sisters, Jeanette Vittetoe, Veronica Menke (Paul) and Marlene Clerkin (Patrick) and 25 nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents sister-in-law, Bonnie Greiner brother-in-law, Alvin Vittetoe and godson, Douglas Vittetoe.
Donald Edward Dalton M.S. ’90, age 48, of Springdale, died March 26, 2012, at the Willard Walker Hospice Home in Fayetteville. He was born in Little Rock on July 12, 1963, to Donald and Betty (Carson) Dalton. Donald received his bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering and completed his master's studies in business administration, both at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. He also received his master's of science degree in computer engineering from Santa Clara University in California. Donald was an active member of Cross Pointe Community Church in Tontitown and was a computer engineer with Hewlett-Packard. Survivors include his wife, Susan of the home; children, William Aubrey Dalton of Fayetteville, Amelia Dalton and Alex Dalton of the home; his parents; one brother; two sisters; and numerous stepsiblings, nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.