Class Notes

Class Notes | Obituaries

Submit a Class Note or Obituary »

Showing class notes submitted anytime by graduates in the 1970s

1970

UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
Walsh Jr, Edward

Edward Walsh '70, who retired from City of San Francisco service in Jan. 2009, went back to school to study math and science (his worst subjects in high school and college) toward a BS in Biology. He is also a commissioner/trustee of the Retiree Health Care Trust Fund, which funds medical care for retired City of San Francisco employees.

Contact Edward
Edward Walsh edfwalsh@sbcglobal.net
submitted May. 8, 2011 10:01A
UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
Walsh, Edward

Ed Walsh '70 retired Jan. '09 from the City of San Francisco after 34 years and has gone back to school to study math, botany, and music. He also serves as Trustee of the Retiree Health Care Trust Fund for retired employees of the City of San Francisco.

submitted Mar. 18, 2010 2:16P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
Tondreau, Patrick

Patrick Tondreau ’70 is serving as a Superior Court Judge in Santa Clara County and was named the 2013 Wilmont Sweeney Juvenile Court Judge of the Year by the Juvenile Court Judges of California. He also received the 2014 Wester Sweet Award for Legal Activism by the San Jose/Silicon Valley NAACP.

submitted Jul. 16, 2014 3:34P
GRD Leavey/MBA '70
Thomas-Sawaya, Joseph

Joseph A. Thomas-Sawaya '69, MBA '70 is recovering from cancer, mesothelioma, working part time as a psychologist in San Jose. Joseph has four children and eight grandchildren. 

submitted Apr. 13, 2010 12:33P
'70
Smith-Chavez, Elizabeth (Ebinger)

Freshman Dorm: Sanfilippo

After 35 years in a "big law firm," Liz Smith-Chavez ’70 opened her own boutique law firm (Smith Chavez Law) in 2013 in San Diego, specializing in business, real estate and probate litigation and dispute resolution, as well as oil and gas throughout the Western United States and Alaska. Liz has two daughters and three stepsons, as well as a 7 year old grandson who shares her passion for dinosaurs. She is probably the only attorney around with dinosaur poop in her office, right next to the books she has published on California Real Property litigation.

Contact Elizabeth
ElizabethSmithChavez@gmail.com https://www.linkedin.com/pub/elizabeth-smith-chavez/81/729/395/
submitted Feb. 6, 2015 5:09P
'70
Schwalen, Nancy (Whittaker)

Nancy F. Schwalen ’70 taught in the Eastside Union High School District for 40 years, starting at James Lick High School in the Fall of 1970 as a teacher-intern. She completed her credential studies in the summer of 1971. In 1976 she moved to Santa Teresa High School where she taught for the rest of her career. She taught almost every level of high school English, from English Language Development (ESL) to AP English Literature. In addition to classroom teaching, she served as a new teacher mentor, an ELD chairperson, and a staff development coordinator. Additionally she worked on accreditation teams for the Accrediting Commission for Schools - Western Association of Schools and Colleges, a task she has continued after her retirement in 2010. She married Stephen in 1971 and they reared three children, Chris, Andy, and Beth. She and Steve now enjoy the energy and antics of 4 grandchildren. She and Steve are also active in their parish, particularly in RCIA and liturgy.

submitted Mar. 9, 2015 10:51A
UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
Schrey, Stephen

Steve Schrey '70 has transitioned from his trial lawyer practice in San Francisco to a mediation and arbitration practice. He also now resides in Tiburon.

Contact Stephen
www.schrey-mediation.com steve@schrey-mediation.com
submitted May. 10, 2013 10:18A
'70
Rixon, Greg

Greg Rixon '70 is celebrating the launch of his new enterprise, EGI, Golf, a company providing expert golf instruction at courses and facilities throughout Northern Virginia. After careers in both the U.S. Army and corporate public affairs, he began a professional career as a sales and operations manager with Golf Galaxy before branching off as a custom equipment fitter, swing analyst, private instructor and occasional competitor. "My mom always wanted me to play golf saying it would be good for business (It was). She'd be surprised to know it now is my business." Greg and his wife Wanda reside in Chantilly, VA; son Geoffrey (Fordham, '07) lives in nearby Herndon, VA.

submitted Jul. 27, 2011 1:27P
'70
Rector, Mary (Terry)

Mary Terry Rector ’70 retired from GIC (Government of Singapore Investment Corporation), where she had been a  senior vice president for nearly 14 years. She and her husband, David, relocated to Genoa, the oldest town in Nevada. Lake Tahoe is about 20 minutes away, and deer, horses, cattle, sheep, and llamas abound in the beautiful Carson Valley.

submitted Jul. 1, 2014 4:16P
'70
Northup, Ed

Ed Northup ’70 joined CooperVision as president of the Asia Pacific Region. He brings to the company extensive international and general management experience in the medical device industry.

Prior to CooperVision, he was senior vice president for Thoratec Corporation, and chief operating officer for Mentor Corporation, a Johnson & Johnson Company. He also held several global positions at Boston Scientific, including president of the international and pain management businesses, as well as commercial and operational roles with Baxter Healthcare.

submitted Jun. 17, 2012 10:18A
UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
Myles, Alana (Hagood)

Alana Hagood Myles ’70 was elected, November 5, 2013, to the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District Board of Trustees. Monterey, Calif.

submitted Jan. 11, 2014 2:51P
'70
Myles, Alana

Alana Myles '70 writes, "Now serving my second year on the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District Board of Education." 

submitted Jun. 23, 2015 3:00P
'70
Moser, Rex

Rex Moser '70 retired in December after 26 years in foreign affairs for the Department of State and service in South Asia and Latin America. He is retiring to Santa Barbara and looks forward to many years of travel and cultural experiences.

submitted May. 3, 2013 9:19A
GRD Law '70
Morici, Alfred

Al Morici J.D. '70 has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Hospice of Palm Beach County Foundation. It is the largest Hospice in the country, treating over 1,200 patients per day.

submitted Aug. 3, 2011 4:37P
UGRD Engineering '70
Money, Arthur

Arthur Money M.S. '70 was appointed to the Government Advisory Board at Iridium Communications Inc. He previously served as the chief information officer of the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Air Force. 

submitted May. 6, 2010 2:18P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
McGrath, William

Bill McGrath ’70 just completed his 25th year on the Bench in San Diego County as a Superior Court Judge. He and wife Grace met on their junior year abroad in Vienna and have been married for 44 years with two sons and two grandchildren.

submitted Mar. 19, 2014 10:42A
'70
Mazza, Nancy

Nancy Mazza '70, Yvonne Hall '70, Pattie (Brown) Dullea '70, Melba (Englert) Tracy '70, Jan Morey '70, and Celia (Cantley) Sartor '70 celebrated their 60th birthdays with a long weekend in New York. They also celebrated 40 + years of friendship as they met during freshman year at SCU.

 

submitted Nov. 22, 2008 12:42P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
Mazza, Nancy

Nancy Mazza ’70 enjoyed an "Umbrian Cooking Class" reunion dinner with classmates Yvonne Hall ’70, Pattie (Brown) Dullea ’70, Jan Morey ’70, Cecilia (Cantlay) Sartor ’70, Susan (Cook) Craig ’70, and Arlene (Morey) Mariani ’72, led by our esteemed colleague from Assisi, Anne Robichaud ’70, on her annual US Cooking Tour.

submitted Feb. 26, 2015 5:00P
UGRD Engineering '70
Matzen, Norm

Norm Matzen ’70 retired in 2004 from Etymotic Research doing R&D for the ear. Norm and his wife, Terri, live in El Dorado Hills, Calif., and Norm still does consulting and expert witness work.

submitted Feb. 19, 2012 12:10P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
Lewallen, Deborah (Singer)

Freshman Dorm: Sanfilippo

Deborah Lewallen ’70 retired last year from the Department of Psychiatry at Kaiser, where she worked for 17 years as a Marriage and Family therapist. She and her husband, Rob, celebrated 40 years of marriage on Jan. 4 this year. They have three adult kids and two grandkids, all living in San Diego, who bring constant joy and amazement into their lives. They enjoy spending as much time as possible at their cabin in the Sierras near Bridgeport, California.

submitted Jan. 15, 2015 7:48P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
Hood, Mary (Dullea)

Mary D. Hood '70, J.D. '75 is now director of the Heafey Law Library. For the Law School's centennial celebration compiled a bibliography of law faculty scholarship which was just published -- Santa Clara Law: A Century of Santa Clara Law Faculty Publications, 1911-2010. It can be found online on Santa Clara Law Digital Commons: http://digitalcommons.law.scu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1041&context=facpubs

Contact Mary
http://law.scu.edu/faculty/profile/hood-mary.cfm
submitted Feb. 2, 2012 2:47P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '70
Hansel, Henry

Henry Hansel ’70 and son Justin Hansel ’96 oversee the largest group of car dealers in Sonoma County, a business with $288 million in sales last year. Henry Hansel is the son of the group’s founder, Walter C. Hansel, and is president of the Hansel Auto Group, which has four dealerships in Santa Rosa and three in Petaluma. Justin Hansel, one of two group general managers, is the fifth generation in the transportation business.  

submitted Feb. 16, 2011 11:56A
Viewing 1-25 of 547 (page 1 of 22)
| 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | next | last

Search all notes/obituaries: