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Joan Marie Banich

Joan Marie Banich '82 passed away peacefully at home on Friday May 2, 2014, in Campbell, Calif. surrounded by many loved ones. Joan personified a life well-lived and touched many lives worldwide in her short time. While battling the bone marrow disease MDS for the past 11 years, she continued working at Cisco Systems while also being involved in GWLN (Women Leaders of the World) and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and Team in Training. Joan was a graduate of Blanchet High School and Santa Clara University, a loving daughter and great mom and partner, an Aaron Gordon fan, a mentor, a hiker, an entrepeneur. She will be missed by all! Born in France on November 14, 1960, she is survived by parents Al and Lorraine Banich of Magnolia, sisters Peggy Hughes (Bill), Mary Clipsham (Barry), all of the Seattle area. Sister Cathy Bates (James) of Reno, as well as her husband Dave and daughter Atley Keller of Campbell, Calif. She is pre-deceased by her brother Steven. 

submitted May. 22, 2014 10:43A
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Jim M. Ingram
James "Jim" Michael Ingram ’82 died unexpectedly of natural causes on November 27, 2013, in Temecula. He was born on May 23, 1960 at the U.S. Naval Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Shortly after his birth, his family moved to Southern California. Jim was a graduate of Mater Dei High School, Santa Clara University and Pepperdine University Law School. He played football at both Mater Dei and Santa Clara University. Jim always felt his years at Mater Dei contributed to his success throughout his life. He practiced law in both Northern and Southern California, and always enjoyed a spirited dispute. Many of Jim's lifelong friendships were developed through his love of sports. An avid reader, he always had several books close at hand. 
 
He is survived by his wife, Leslie Sachs Ingram ’81, parents and extended family. 
submitted Dec. 12, 2013 11:31A

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