Class Notes | Obituaries
Showing class notes submitted in the last year by graduates in 1966
John "Jack" Hillis '66, a longtime Saratoga resident, will be honored with the Distinguished Service Award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley in December.
The recognition will be presented for his longstanding involvement in the organization. Hillis has served faithfully over the years, currently on the club's golf committee, and was a member of the board of directors for 15 years, including serving as board president. He was chosen for the prestigious award by an internal selection committee, based on his service and dedication to the club.
Over the years, Hillis and his wife Polly have supported the club with their time and treasure including supporting silent auctions, committee work and donations. Hillis has been affiliated with the Boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley for 25 years and served as president for three years.
He's also the president and founder of Hillis Financial Services and has more than 40 years experience providing financial planning and asset management advice to individuals, corporate executives and business owners.
Don Gomes ’66 teaches at University of Alaska Anchorage and serves on the Anchorage Arts Advisory Commission. He and wife Ann Holt are staff to their Aussie “Bear.”
W.E. Glennon, Jr. writes, "My dad, Bill Glennon J.D. ’66 will be 95 in January. He has shot his age in golf starting when he was 73 and every year since until two years ago when he was 92--with the exception of one year when he was 82. A bad middle finger on his left hand has kept him from playing for the last two years. Things have improved so that my son, Damian, and I are going to play my brother, Tim, and Dad next month at Spyglass. My dad belongs to Spyglass, Bighorn and Saratoga C.C."
Joe Clark ’66 and his wife, Cathy, are happy to announce the adoption of their grandson Owen Michael Clark on June 1, 2012.