Class Notes | Obituaries
Showing class notes submitted anytime by graduates in 1967
Kathleen (Meehan) Thuner ’67 writes: “Director, North County Fire Protection District; director, Mission Resource Conservation District; director, American National Standards Institute.”
Ralph Spalding '67 is currently the chair of the history department at Mt. San Antionio College in Walnut, Calif.
Rondel Neighbors '67 retired five years ago after 37 years teaching high school English, he is now working part time at a golf course and enjoying eight grandchildren.
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck has announced that Les Lo Baugh '67 has joined the firm's Los Angeles office as its newest shareholders. Lo Baugh will join Brownstein's natural resources practice group. At SCU she earned her bachelor's in philosophy.
Rosemary Cosgrove Humphrey '67 is serving her fourth term as mayor of Palos Verdes Estates. Rosemary, a high school principal, has been on the city council for 21 years. She and her husband, David, have three children.
www.palosverdes.com/pve (until 8/31/2010) www.pvestates.org (after 8/31/2010)
Dan Hanley '67 MBA '69 J.D. '74 celebrated the birth of his granddaughter last August. He has been married to Judi Hanley since October 22.
Daniel E. Hanley MBA ’67, J.D. ’74 is still in private law practice in San Jose doing estate planning, probate, and business law. He practices with his son Sean Hanley, who does bankruptcy and debt relief. Dan recently became a grandfather with the birth of Brynn Hanley (daughter of Brian Hanley). Dan is happly married to Judi (since 1974). They live in Saratoga, Calif.
Kathy Dooling '67 and Mike Dooling '67 are enjoying six grandchildren. Kathy is a professional artist and a member of the Pasadena art colony. She specializes in California plein air images.
Christine (Mattson) Barrett '67 writes: "I work as a homeopathic and spay/neuter veterinarian. I live with Ed (husband of 8 years) and a few dogs and cats in the Sierras."
I wish my life would allow including the sure-to-be-terrific Reunion, but that's not so. Know that I'm with you all in spirit as I travel to Baja California to review a cooking school that was fun to launch at Rancho la Puerta. Who knew in the ’60s which adventures we would pursue? I launch cooking schools, conferences for food writers and wine writers, and I coach professionals in those two fields. My husband, Donn Black, and I share six adult children and six grandchildren, ages 5 to 22. And I'm still singing--alto in a trio here in Napa Valley. Here's a toast to you all, with wishes for a marvelous reunion!