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1972

GRD Ed./Couns Psych./Pastoral Min. '72
Rice, Terry (Goodfield)

Terry (Goodfield) Rice ’71, M.A. ’72 writes, "Alain Pinel Realtors keeps me busy up and down the Peninsula and even over to Santa Cruz, selling homes. It's truly amazing and fun. I continue with my love of airplanes by volunteering at the SFO International Airport Museum. This gives me an opportunity to see my Pan American friends and 'talk over the Old Days.' In fact, we had a fun-filled PAA reunion in Monaco a few months ago."

Contact Terry
Alain Pinel Realtors 657 University Avenue Palo Alto, California 94301
submitted Aug. 12, 2013 10:26P
GRD Law '72
Pursley, Bill

William "Bill" Pursley J.D. ’72 writes, "Hi, Everybody. I hope all of you can attend our reunion. You'll see that only a few of us have noted on the website that we are coming. But many more should be attending, they just haven't noted it yet. I am practicing Workers' Comp law all over the state, representing both sides of the fence. I had a great time at our reunion 5 years ago. All we did was sit around and shoot the bull. It was really heartwarming. So please come! Thanks."

submitted Sep. 6, 2012 6:02P
'72
Petroni-Newhouse, Diane (Petroni)

Freshman Dorm: Nobili

Diane Petroni-Newhouse ’72, M.A. ’78 has been in private practice at the Almaden Institute for more than 30 years.

Contact Diane
www.dianepetroniphd.com
submitted Jun. 6, 2012 4:05P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '72
Peters, Mary Ann

Ambassador (ret.) Mary Ann Peters '72, is Provost of the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, RI. She and her husband, Tim McMahon, a teacher, have two college-age children, Maggie and Blaise.

submitted Jun. 14, 2011 1:24P
'72
Peters, Mary

Freshman Dorm: Graham 100

Mary Ann Peters ’72 writes: "After 30+ years as a diplomat, I am back home in Newport, RI, where I am the provost of the Naval War College. My husband, Tim McMahon, is a teacher here and our children, Maggie and Blaise, are in college in Massachusetts."

submitted Sep. 19, 2012 12:17P
'72
Peters, Mary Ann

Former ambassador Mary Ann Peters '72 has been appointed chief executive officer of The Carter Center. Peters, leaving a position as provost of the U.S. Naval War College, will provide vision and leadership for The Carter Centerand will oversee all program implementation and operations.

The Carter Center is the not-for-profit, nongovernmental organization founded by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter in 1982 to "wage peace, fight disease, and build hope" worldwide. The Center has improved the quality of life for many millions of people in 80 nations by resolving conflicts; advancing democracy, human rights, and economic opportunity; preventing diseases; improving mental health care; and teaching farmers in developing nations to increase crop production.

 
Peters has been provost of the U.S. Naval War College since September 2008. Previously, she was dean of academics of the College of International and Security Studies at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Garmisch — Partenkirchen, Germany. 
 
Prior to becoming dean of the college, Peters served as associate director for international liaison at the Marshall Center. Peters spent more than 30 years as a career diplomat with the U.S. Department of State. From 2000 to 2003, she was U.S. Ambassador to Bangladesh, leading the mission's efforts in support of the war on terrorism and other key U.S. foreign policy goals. She received a Presidential Meritorious Service Award in 2003 for her work there.
Prior to her posting in Dhaka, Peters was the deputy chief of mission at the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa, responsible for the management of the embassy and supervision of the six U.S. consulates general in Canada.
 
From 1995 to 1997, Peters served in the White House as director for European and Canadian Affairs at the National Security Council. Among other portfolios in this position, Peters worked on the diplomatic and security aspects of the search for peace in Northern Ireland. 
 
From 1993 to 1994, Peters served as deputy assistant secretary of state with oversight responsibility for U.S. relations with 19 Western European countries and Canada. In this capacity she acted as the U.S. chair of the U.S. — Canada military coordination body, the Permanent Joint Board on Defense. A senior diplomat, Peters also has served in Sofia, Bulgaria, as deputy chief of mission; in Moscow as economic counselor; and in Mandalay, Burma, as principal officer. 
 
From 1988 to 1990, Peters was the deputy director of the Office of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh Affairs in the State Department. She began her career as a vice-consul in Frankfurt, Germany, in 1975.
 
Peters holds a bachelor of arts degree from Santa Clara University and a masters of international studies from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. Her formal education also included courses at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques in Paris. Peters is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and Women in International Security.

 

 

submitted Apr. 24, 2014 11:06A
GRD Law '72
Nielsen, Phillip
Phillip Nielsen J.D. ’72 writes: "My son, Jeffrey Nielsen, passed the California Bar Exam and now practices with me in San Jose. Our practice emphasizes on estate planning, trust and probate administration, and business transactions."
submitted Jul. 4, 2012 4:20P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '72
Nicholson, Martina (Nicholson)

Martina Nicholson '72 writes, "I am still practicing OBGYN in Santa Cruz, Calif. Recently got to sing at Blues Alley in Georgetown, with Second Wind Bandits--a song I co-wrote with Bill Mulroney, called "Velveteen Rabbit". You can check it out on the band's site at MYSPACE.COM.

Contact Martina
http://www.myspace.com/secondwindbandits
submitted Dec. 6, 2010 7:08P
GRD Law '72
Nichols, Michael

Michael A. Nichols ’66, J.D. ’72 reports that he has been practicing Criminal Defense Law in Sunnyvale since 1976, and prior to that he was a Deputy District Attorney in San Mateo County.

submitted Sep. 17, 2010 4:09P
'72
Moorhead, Gary

Gov. Jerry Brown ’59 announced the appointment of Gary L. Moorhead ’72 to a judgeship in the Orange County Superior Court. Moorhead, 63, of Laguna Niguel, has been a managing partner at Pohlson and Moorhead LLP since 1980. He was an associate at Schell and Delamer from 1976 to 1980. Moorhead earned a Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree from Santa Clara University.

submitted Dec. 30, 2013 12:46P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '72
Metzger, Peggy (Lautze)

Peggy (Lautze) Metzger '72 and Greg Metzger '73 celebrated their daughter Ellen's graduation from SCU on June 12th. Peggy and Greg live in Connecticut. Greg is with GE Capital and Peggy is an Occupational Therapist with special needs students.

submitted Jun. 8, 2010 4:52P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '72
McGraw, Denise (Traficanto)

Denise Traficanto McGraw ’72, M.A. ’74 teaches first grade at an Orange County Magnet School. Her husband Ambrose is semi-retired as a federal auditor and business professor. Both their adult daughters work as teaching assistants, respectively in Orange County and in northern France.

submitted May. 16, 2011 11:15A
'72
MacManus, Thomas

Tom MacManus ’72 currently resides in Rancho Santa Fe in San Diego County, where he runs his own real estate appraisal company.

submitted Jun. 1, 2012 6:57P
GRD Law '72
Loris, William

William T. Loris '68, J.D. '72 serves as PROLAW's Program Director and as a Senior Lecturer at Loyola University Chicago's Law School. He comes to Loyola after a distinguished career in international service. He served for five years in Abidjan, Ivory Coast as a Regional Legal Advisor for West Africa to the US Agency for International Development (USAID), working on the legal aspects of the USAID program across West and Central Africa, followed by five years in Cairo as a Legal Advisor in USAID's Egypt mission. He then co-founded the International Development Law Institute, a Dutch foundation, which was later transformed into an inter-governmental organization, the International Development Law Organization (IDLO), by an international convention. IDLO is now a key international institution in the promotion of the rule of law and good governance in developing countries, countries in economic transition, and countries emerging from violent conflict.

submitted Mar. 28, 2011 12:48P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '72
Likos, Anna (Likos)

Anna Likos ’72 writes: “I am currently living in Morocco, working for the CDC as the resident advisor to the Ministry of Health. After 2.5 years in Haiti and 2 years in the Ivory Coast, Moroccan life is wonderful! I expect, though, to return soon to the U.S., to which my husband and I are both looking forward.”

submitted May. 4, 2012 3:16A
UGRD Arts & Sciences '72
Kennedy, Michael

Michael J. Kennedy ’72 is a retired science teacher who now volunteers at California State University Stanislaus, at the Community Hospice, and several other organizations. He also travels internationally.

Contact Michael
kennedybioman@velociter.net
submitted Nov. 12, 2012 2:32P
UGRD Arts & Sciences '72
Kaminski, Linda

Linda Kaminski 72 was named superintendent of California’s Azusa Unified School District. Kaminski has worked for years as an administrator as well as a bilingual teacher and was selected as superintendent because of her "variety of experiences," Azusa's school board president said in an interview. Karminski has a master's degree from Pepperdine and a master's and doctorate from Harvard University's Urban Superintendents Program.

submitted Sep. 2, 2012 6:35P
'72
Johnston, Elgin

Gail (Bennett) Johnston '72, senior lecturer in mathematics at Iowa State University, was recently named Outstanding Teacher by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Elgin Johnston '72 is a  professor of mathematics at Iowa State University and is director of the university's Center for Excellence in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. They have four children, all grown and on their own, and are adjusting well to the "empty nest."

submitted Jun. 10, 2013 12:54P
'72
Ingraham-Bartelmie, Marcia

Marcia Ingraham-Bartelmie '72 is senior vice president of IP Value.

submitted Apr. 12, 2010 3:21P
UGRD Leavey Business '72
Herrera, Esau

Esau Herrera '72 is back on the Board of Education, Alum Rock Elementary School District in East San Jose, after a voluntary absence of 3 years. He also proudly reports that his daughter, Kiara, is a Bronco (SCU '12).

Contact Esau
Esau Ruiz Herrera Attorney at Law 302-F Toyon Ave, No. 284, San Jose, CA 95127
submitted Sep. 23, 2010 10:54A
UGRD Leavey Business '72
Herrera, Esau

Esau Herrera ’72, J.D. ’76 is proud to report that his daughter, Kiara ’12, recently graduated from SCU and promptly joined AmeriCorps to "save the world." Esau is serving as president of the school board at Alum Rock School District in East San Jose, the same district that he attended as a child.

Contact Esau
EsauLawyer@gmail.com
submitted Jul. 15, 2012 7:12P
'72
Frier, Laura

Laura Casas Frier J.D. ’82 is a candidate for Governing Board, Foothill-De Anza Community College District. She is currently vice president of the Foothill-De Anza Community College District’s Board of Trustees, member of the Audit and Finance Committee, and board ember since 2006. She is also member of the state-wide California Community College League Board.

submitted Oct. 15, 2012 7:56A
'72
Fardella, Alayne

Alayne Fardella 72 was named chief operating officer of the Seattle Times. Fardella served in a number of leadership roles at the Seattle Times over 15 years, most recently as senior vice president/business operations. She left the company in 2010 and has since served in a consulting role. Previously, she held management positions with technology and manufacturing companies, including Intel and National Semiconductor.

submitted Aug. 12, 2012 2:00P
'72
English, Jeanne

Freshman Dorm: Campisi

Jeanne English ’72 retired after 26 years at the California DMV, where she did driving tests, specializing in big rigs.

submitted Jun. 4, 2012 5:13P
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