Class Notes | Obituaries
Showing class notes submitted anytime by graduates in the 1960s
Albert Chen ’68, MBA ’70 writes: “Returned at the end of 2011 to San Francisco after four-plus years working in Beijing, People’s Republic of China. Was chief risk officer of CCB Financial Leasing Corporation, a joint venture leasing company between Bank of America and China Construction Bank.”
A. A. Chanteloup '54 is retired in Sunnyvale. He writes that he's taking care of his very ill wife and enjoys Santa Clara Magazine.
Victoria Ann Burnett ’68 writes, "I have been a Marriage and Family Therapist at the Christian Counseling Center in San Jose, Calif. for twelve years."
Theodore E. Burke ’68 writes: “Co-owner of Shadowbrook Restaurant in Capitola and having complelted 12-years of services as the California State Representative on the Board of Directors of the National Restaurant Association, I was recently elected Director Emeritus, a lifetime position.”
Helen Baumann '68 is living happily in Palo Alto, practicing law in Redwood City, and hoping that her 16 year old granddaughter decides to come to Santa Clara for college.
Peter Wise BSME '69, MBA '73 came out of retirement and accepted a faculty research associate position at the University of Colorado's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics in 2009. He lives with his wife, Julie, and their three dogs in Louisville, Colo., where they enjoy rides on the Harley, writing their blogs, and conducting research on Julie's book about Christian Sacred Sexuality.
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.
Thomas M. Wendel MBA '69 is on the board of directors of Cognizant, a leading provider of information technology, consulting, and business process outsourcing services.
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.
Terrence Stinnett J.D. '69 left his law firm at the end of 2006 to become general counsel and corporate secretary for Fremont Bank, a $2 billion community bank in the San Francisco Bay Area owned by his family. He has been on the board of both the bank and the holding company for 19 years. He is also chair of two board committees and serves on two other board committees.
Terrance L. Stinnett J.D. ’69 has been recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a result of his excellence in both the fields of banking and legal services. Terrance currently serves as general counsel and secretary for Fremont Bank and Fremont Bancorporation. He has been a member of the board of directors of both corporations since 1990.
Kenneth G. Stevens ’69, MBA ’84 writes, "I am retired from NASA Ames Research Center and married to Catherine Schulbach who is still working at NASA. I also taught for several years in the early bird computer science program in the Dept. of Engineering."
Roger V. Smith MBA '69 has been President of Smith Venture Group since 1994, and he has been an Owner of Smith Venture Group since January 1999. Smith is recognized as a leader in the financial community. He has served on the boards of Silicon Valley Bancshares, Greater Bay Bancorp, and the Community Foundation of Silicon Valley, and he currently holds the position of Director at Bell Microproducts Inc., ReSourcePhoenix.com, and Venture Lending & Leasing III Inc.
Thomas L. Simpson '69, J.D. '73 is a lawyer and Certified Family Law Specialist with his own three-attorney firm in Glendale, Calif. He was recently elected President of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Southern California Chapter. He resides in La Canada with his wife, Lili.
Christopher J. Reynolds '69 writes, "On April 1, 2011, the Maryland State Senate consented to my appointment by Gary D. Maynard, Maryland Secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Corrections, approved by Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley, as a member of the Maryland Parole Commission. This will require that I close my private law practice in which I have engaged for the past 40 years but the challenge of the new position will allow me to transform my professional career into one of public service."
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Dennis Raefield ’69 has joined the board of directors of Viscount Systems Inc., a high-technology supplier of security systems and software. Raefield has a long and distinguished career in the access control and security industry. Mr. Raefield was president of Honeywell Access Systems, a $100M+ division of Honeywell International, which manufactures enterprise-level access control systems for Fortune 100 clients. Prior, Raefield was president of Pinkerton Systems Integration (now Securitas), a $70M+ security system integration business installing video, access control, and alarms to Fortune 500 clients. He was also owner/CEO of Omega Corporate Security, a West Coast premier systems integrator based in the San Francisco area. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Santa Clara University, and is a member of ASIS, SIA, ESA, ISIO, CAA, and CSAA.
Stephen Pineau, Viscount Systems' Chief Executive Officer, commented, "Dennis Raefield is a valuable addition to our Board. His profile and experience running some of the largest access control companies in the industry will bring enormous insight to our Company. We are honored that he has agreed to join our Board of Directors."
Mr. Raefield remarked, "I am excited to be affiliated with Viscount Systems and hope to assist them in the growth of their flagship enterprise access control solution. Steve Pineau has assembled a strong team with a novel concept in centralized access control decision making, which has real world value for those larger enterprises desiring strong control over their sensitive data. I look forward to adding value as a Board member."
Keith W. Paulson ’69 and Claire M. Campodonico write, "Our daughter, Angela Anne Gavin M.A. ’05, was married to Tomislav Majic. Their first child, Natalia Rose, was born on July 9, 2013. Angela works full-time as an advanced-class yoga teacher in Los Gatos."
Michael Murphy ’69 writes that his current position is solutions developer, Acxiom Corp.
Bill Mowatt ’58, M.A. ’69 has recently retired from completing Team N Training marathons. Dr. Mowatt and his wife, Gail, have raised more than $75,000 for Leukemia-Lymphoma research, and now they both chair fundraising events for the Santa Cruz County Symphony. Bill still teaches the Shakespeare plays for Shakespeare Santa Cruz. They enjoy living in Santa Cruz with Mike, their lovable Airedale terrier.
Patrick Mason ’69 writes, "I would be remiss if I did not add some facts on my wife, Christine Bjorklund 72. We have been married (by Father Pat Carroll at Mary Lautze Garland 70's resort in Sedona, Ariz.) for 33 years. Chris was the on-air Consumer Reporter for KGO-AM radio for 15 years and served on the Board of Directors of Consumer Reports Magazine for 24 years. She is currrently a Consumer Quality Consultant for Diamond Certified, a services rating company, and Podcast Editor for AllBusiness.com, a website for small business owners. She also works as a water aerobic exercise instructor at The Olympic Club and UCSF Mission Bay in San Francisco. Our two grown children went to Georgetown (Dan of New York City) and U of Portland and USF (Molly of Novato)."
Vincent Mancuso ’69 writes, "We recently sold our house in Bethesda MD and downsized to a condo in Arlington VA. The condo is adjacent to the Iwo Jima Memorial and Arlington Cemetery. We spend a lot of time at our cottage in south eastern West Virginia in the Alleghany Mts. WV is a very special place with wonderful people."
Marilee Pierotti Lau '69 has been appointed to the ERISA Department of Labor Advisory Council in Washington, D.C., for a three-year term.
Bob Labozetta ’69, MA ’75 writes: "After 33+ years teaching at the secondary and lately the community college level, I have retired my chalk and white board pens, closed my grading software, and boxed my PowerPoint presentations and lessons. The last six years my wife, Susan, and I resided in Oregon, and last summer decided to chuck it all and travel full-time. We sold our home and most of our possessions, bought a motorhome, and now see the USA (but not in a Chevrolet). While Susan continues her art (sculpture), I may put my SCU education to work by writing who-knows-what. Figuring out how to brew beer on the road, fishing across this great land, and viewing historical sites that I discussed in the classroom but never took the opportunity to visit are prominent objectives as well."
Daniel Kelly J.D. ’69 recently received the Civility and Professionalism award from the San Francisco Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. The Chapter consists of 350 selected trial lawyers from all of Northern California. Kelly was elected to membership in 1986 and served as Chapter President in 1994. In 2001, he was the recipient of the law school’s Edwin J. Owens Lawyer of the Year award.