Wayne Norman '80, business administration, has been named consulting fellow by the National Property Management Association (NPMA). The consulting fellow designation is the highest bestowed on qualified NPMA members. Most recently, Norman helped form an NPMA student chapter at Cal Poly Pomona. He is currently working as director for NGAS Sector Property Management at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems.
Michael Story '80, political science, was named Rialto’s city administrator.
Terry Weed '80, animal science, is currently the vice president of measurement sales and marketing for Meggitt Sensing Systems.
William H. Winn '82, marketing management, is president of Passco Companies, LLC. The company offers real estate investment to qualified investors. Winn resides in San Juan Capistrano with wife Kathy and two daughters.
Robert J. Bunker '84, history, '85, anthropology, behavioral science, social science, provided testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere at the hearing ‘Has Media Evolved?’ Bunker has edited and written a number of articles and books on the Mexican cartels and gangs including the edited works Narcos Over the Border: Gangs, Cartels and Mercenaries (Routledge 2011) and Criminal Insurgencies in Mexico and the Americas (Routledge Forthcoming). He has also provided training to US law enforcement in California concerning the cartel threat and officer safety issues.
Kenneth McFarland ‘84, accounting, was named president and chief executive officer of Mission Hospital. In 2007 he received the CFO of the Year Award from the local CPA chapter.
William Manis '86, urban and regional planning, is currently the economic development and redevelopment director for the city of Banning, CA.
Virginia Grebbien '86, civil engineering, was named president of Parsons Water & Infrastructure, Inc. She is responsible for the business unit’s global operations, including sales and marketing. Grebbien joined Parsons in 2008 and has 25 years of experience in both the public and private water sectors in North America and the Middle East.
Jacquie Nelson Walburn '86, nutrition & food science, is a high school biology teacher and a coach in Orange County. Walburn recently self-published an all in one reference book on all researched/proved natural alternative nutritionals and herbals.
Alex Clifford ‘87, marketing management, is currently executive director for Metra.
Nancy Aandahl '80, kinesiology, was inducted to the Rowland High School Alumni Hall of Fame. She has taught at Baldwin Park High School for the past 25 years and serves as athletic director. In 2008 Aandahl was named teacher of the year by the Baldwin Park School District for her outstanding leadership and dedication to the students.
Cindi Anderson '80, communications, is supervising producer at Quantum Television in Encino.
Mark Arenal '80, engineering technology, is a designer and manufacturer of precision motion and metrology systems. He lives in San Juan Capistrano with his wife, Corrine; daughter, Michelle; and son, Michael.
Martin (Marty) Berbach Ph.D. '80, biology, '87, master's in biology, is an environmental scientist with the Department of Fish and Game in Sacramento. Marty coordinates the statewide review of timber harvesting on private lands and also works as the Department's liaison to the Board of Forestry. Marty lives in Sacramento with his wife Julie and sons Michael and Joseph.
Bernard Bernstein '80, accounting, has been named to the Los Angeles County Fair Association's board of directors. He is also managing partner at Bernstein and Rathman, Inc. His community ties are linked to service on a number of non-profit organizations, including Pomona Rotary Club, Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center and the Pomona chapter of the American Red Cross. He received the Pomona Community Service Award in 2001, Pomona Chamber's President's Award in 1994 and Small Business of the Year in 1996. He and his wife, Barbara, live in Claremont with their two sons.
R. Duke Blackwood '80, marketing, is heading up the Ronald Reagon Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA.
Jim Brulte '80, political science, recently stepped down from his position as a leader in the California Senate. In 1990, at the age of 34, he was elected to the Assembly after working in Washington for a California senator and for the administration of former President Ronald Reagan.
Timothy J. Gilbreth '80, communications, is the technical director for "Good Evening Sacramento," which airs on UPN31 in the Sacramento market.
Daniel W. Roth '80, engineering technology, is principal of Ernst & Young LLP in Chicago, heading the contracts and program management department.
Thomas Chapman '80, behavioral science, is an assistant pastor of the River Church in Moreno Valley where he enjoys teaching and training musicians in a youth group. He also owns Creation Imports.
Linda Arriola De Long '80, business administration, recently completed her Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership from the University of La Verne. Since graduating from Cal Poly Pomona, De Long has worked in the financial services, utility and insurance services industries in training and development capacity as well as a human resource professional, consulting for both non-profit and for-profit organizations in the area of professional development and people. Her focus includes organizational culture and generational differences. For the past 20 years, she has been a senior adjunct professor, teaching leadership, management, communications and diversity for both undergraduate and master’s level business and public administration classes. During her free time, she enjoys life with her husband, Charlie and their border collie, Eddie.
John Gassman ’80, communication, books hotel reservations for the three hotels at the Disneyland Resort. When John was hired in May 2003, after teaching at the Braille Institute, he became the first totally blind person hired at the resort. For twenty years, John and his twin brother Larry ‘81, communication, played old time radio shows and interviewed those radio artists on their KPCC radio show Same Time Same Station. The brothers also sing in a barbershop harmony in a chorus and district level quartet.
James Heimler '80, architecture, is president James Heimler, Architect in Tarzana, received the American Institute of Architect's 1998 Citation Award for Design Excellence from the San Fernando Valley Chapter. He has been elected as a member of the board of directors of LINC Housing Corporation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide affordable housing for seniors throughout Southern California.
Mitchell C. Hill '80, economics, is CEO of Avanade in Seattle.
Marina Jenkins '80, communications, was one of 50 Horace Mann-Abraham Lincoln Fellows. The fellowship is open to any full-time teacher of kindergarten through 12th grade of any discipline in the U.S.
Fred P. Kerz ‘80, architecture & ‘82 master's in architecture, is a principal of Altoon + Porter Architects, LLP. Kerz has been with A+P for fifteen years. He is responsible for the design and management of projects both domestic and international.
William A. Lebreton '80, engineering technology, owner of Lebreton & Company, a building construction company in Duxbury, Mass., has been selected to work as a volunteer construction supervisor for Habitat for Humanity in Dade County, Fla., overseeing construction of 25 homes for the needy. In 1992, he volunteered in Washington, D.C., building 10 homes in five days. He also supervised a project in Americus, Ga., in 1993, building 21 homes in five days.
Joel McGinley '80, mechanical engineering, works for Boeing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in the Payload Handling Group. This group plans and directs the ground handling of space shuttle payloads before and after flight, including installation and removal from the Orbiter and final payload preparations at the launch pad. He is the recipient of the NASA Public Service Group Achievement Award, NASA's highest group award.
John Nemoto '80, civil engineering, an engineer at Kajima Engineering and Construction, Inc., in Monterey Park, recently appeared on "Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser." He has also spoken several times to students at Cal Poly Pomona's Construction Engineering & Management Association chapter and is the treasurer for the MIT Club of Southern California.
Ron Nestor '80, architecture, is a partner at Nestor & Gaffney Architecture, LLP, a design, planning and interior design firm in Santa Ana Heights.
Susan L. Phillips '80, zoology, has opened a law practice in Portland, OR. She is licensed in CA, OR and WA.
Steven Preston '80, urban regional planning, '84, master's in urban regional planning, has been elected by members of the American Planning Association (APA) to represent Region VI on the organization's national board of directors.
Stephen R. Pusey ‘80, landscape architecture, has been appointed as maintenance deputy director for Caltrans District 8 for Riverside and San Bernardino counties. He will oversee a $84.5 million maintenance budget for the district.
Lee Segal ’80, foods and nutrition, is recently the recipient of a Golden Apple Award sponsored by the Northwest San Gabriel Valley Administrators Association. Her husband; Mickey Segal ’80, accounting; was also a recipient. They were honored for their dedication in making a difference in their community. Mickey and Lee have lived in Arcadia for 20 years and have three children.
Hilda Solis ’80, political science, is a congresswoman for California’s 32 nd Congressional District. She and her husband reside in El Monte, CA.
Paul Syiem '80, agricultural engineering, '84 MBA, is director of the Inland Empire Center for California Manufacturing Technology Center in Ontario.
James E. Wurst '80, architecture, is a senior project architect at HMC in Ontario.
Gary Adams '81, civil engineering, is vice president and area manager at Parsons Transportation Group in Newport Beach. He was elected to Newport Beach's City Council.
Gerold B. Adams ‘81, civil engineering, was appointed executive vice president and global business development manager at Parsons Transportation Group, Inc. In his new position Adams will lead the PTG’s global sales and marketing program. Adams joined Parson in 1991 and has held a succession of positions. He is a registered professional engineer in several states and the District of Columbia, a fellow in both the American Society of Engineers and the Institute of Transportation Engineers. Lastly, he is a former part-time lecturer at both Cal State Long Beach and Cal Poly Pomona.
Mohammed Ahsan '81, MBA, is vice president for First Sierra Financial Inc. in Los Angeles.
John Buchanan ’81, political science, is senior labor and employment counsel for Southern California Edison. He also serves as council member of the City of Sierra Madre and has served on its Library Board of Trustees since 2001.
Fred Ceballos '81, horticulture, is manager at Euro-American Propagators in Bonsall.
Ernest Covelli '81, computer science ,
led the Hewlett-Packard team in 1984 that designed the first version of the Printer Command Language, or PCL, that still drives desktop printers more than two decades later. He continues to work at Hewlett-Packard on innovations that shape the HP LaserJet line.
Martha Daniel '81, information systems, is president and chief executive officer for Information Management Resource, Inc. (IMRI), a technology and engineering services company in Aliso Viejo, CA. The company works to support defense communications for all branches of the service and for the Defense Department. Daniel is currently an ordained minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Frank Diggins ’81, business administration, is an executive with the United States Postal Service and also the Postmaster of Portland, Oregon.
Dean Erlandson ’81, business administration, is vice president of US sales for Binney and Smith, Inc. in Easton, Pa. Binney and Smith are the makers of Crayola Brand products. Dean lives in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
Timothy Fedorchak '81, urban planning, is an associate at Vitetta Group in Sacramento, an architectural, engineering , planning and interior design firm serving the education, college and university, health care, historic restoration and justice markets.
Patrick Glover '81, civil engineering,
was named city manager for the city of Chino in July 2007. Glover has done government work for 26 years. He currently resides in Walnut, CA and has two daughters.
Don Gottfeld ‘81, architecture, is president of Gottfeld Architects, Inc. in Bel Air, CA. Gottfeld has completed the largest multi-plex movie theatre in Hawaii and a 16-plex in Honolulu.
Jon Hall '81, finance real estate, and law and hotel, restaurant management, is president of Lee & Associates' Irvine office. Lee & Associates is one of the largest national commercial real estate providers.
Dan Harden '81, history, is government and economics teacher and Bonita High School in La Verne, CA. He is also a city council member for the city of La Verne, where he lives with his wife and two children.
Robert Horton ‘81, aerospace engineering, was the chief pilot for the Boeing X-45 Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV). The Boeing aircraft is now hanging in the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. Horton is a distinguished lecturer for the AIAA.
Linda King ‘81, kinesiology, is retiring from the Fullerton law enforcement after 26 years on the force. King was the first woman to serve as a tactical training officer in the Orange County Sheriff’s Academy, the first to work the Fullerton streets, the department’s first traffic sergeant and the first female full-service retiree.
Terrance Lai '81, computer science, is responsible for Engineering Circuit Technologies' corporate strategy, finance and general administration. Prior to co-founding ECT, Mr. Lai was the director of business development at a wireless software company. His past professional experiences include strategy consulting with Ernst & Young LLC, asset management with Paine Webber, Kidder Peabody and Merrill Lynch, and software development with Unisys Inc. Mr. Lai also holds an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Sandie Pasik '81, hotel and restaurant management, is a realtor at Prudential Dinning-Beard in Wichita, KS. She also volunteered for 12 seasons for the Habitat for Humanity and Christmas in October projects. She teaches water aerobics and was married in 2002.
Martin Plourd ‘81, food marketing, was named president and chief operating officer of Temecula Valley Bancorp. He has 27 years of banking experience. Plourd lives in Temecula, CA with his wife of nine years and three children.
Dino Putrino '81, urban regional planning, is planning manager at CellularONE of San Luis Obispo, a local market wireless communication carrier in the Central Coast of California. He manages the Site Development Technical Operations team, developing cellular antenna sites via radio frequency engineering, site acquisition, architectural designing, land-use entitlement, building code compliance, construction, and on-air administration.
John Randall III '81, master of arts education, received a Doctor of Education, emphasis in Administration and Leadership, from La Sierra University, Riverside, CA.
Dale R. Rice ’81, animal science, after receiving his MS in animal science from the University of Connecticut and completing over 22 years in the meat/food industry, will be returning to school in the fall of 2005 to the Colorado State University, School of Veterinary Medicine in their four-year professional veterinary program. His goal is to become an expert in animal disease as related to food safety, as well as a practicing DVM. He and his wife, Brenda, live in Elizabeth, CO; they have three children and a five-year-old granddaughter.
Darlene Riess-Chandler ‘81, agricultural science,
is a fiscal affairs officer for the Orange Police Department. Chandler has been employed with the City of Orange since 1982. Her son, Geoff, will be graduating in 2008 from Michigan State University.
Richard Schneider ‘81, accounting, was named tax account leader within the real estate, construction and hospitality sector by Ernst & Young LLP, Irvine, CA. His primary focus will be on providing real estate tax advisory and tax operation services to companies in Southern California. Schneider is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountant Tax Division, the Georgia and California Society of Certified Public Accountants and the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trust.
Jane M. Scott '81 and '86, English, authored “Genesis II,” a fiction novel, released in December of 2005.
Robert Verloop '81, fruit industries, '96 master's in agricultural science, is vice president of marketing at Buyproduce.com in Irvine, a business-to-business digital marketplace that connects produce buyers and suppliers through e-commerce in the fresh produce industry.
Brian Wong '81, economics, is a financial consultant and is a member of the Monrovia Board of Education.
J. Edwin Clark '82, animal science, is staff engineer at ITAC, a defence contractor in Reston, VA.
Brenda Dunkle '82, communications, is a news editor at the Chino Champion.
Jeanette Hayhurst '82, zoology, became the executive director for the Barstow Humane Society after retiring from the city of Barstow as a community service director.
Jodilee Huston ‘82, behavioral science, is now the senior vice president and manager of Core Banking Division’s Westside region of City National Bank. She is responsible for client service and retention, business development and branch operations at 11 California City National banking offices located in Century City, West Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Long Beach and the South Bay.
Paul Hwee '82, MBA, received his law degree from Southwestern University School of Law.
Robert Issai '82, MBA, has been named president and chief executive officer of the Daughters of Charity Health System in Los Altos, CA.
Paul Jones '82, civil engineering, is general manager of the Irvine Ranch Water District. He is also a member of the Tustin Planning Commission.
Pat Kohlmeier '82, horticulture, is president of the United Way of East Valley.
Jennifer Krauel '82, information systems, is pursuing a PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her research interest is animal migration, and she is studying the fall migration of Brazilian Freetailed bats and their insect prey in southern Texas. In 2009 she completed a Master’s degree in Biology at San Francisco State University.
Paul Krumholz '82, biology, joined Habitat for Humanity International and was assigned to build housing in Africa/Middle East area. Paul and his wife Imelda had previously served in the Peace Corps.
John Lohman '82, civil engineering, a principal at Kleinfelder, and long-time faculty member at Cal Poly Pomona, has temporarily relocated to the East Coast, to help integrate and diversify Kleinfelder, Inc.
Teresa McClung ‘82, landscape architecture, was promoted to the post of the Calaveras District ranger in the Stanislaus National Forest.
Peter M. Nicholas ‘82, architecture, is currently living in Skokie, Illinois with his wife and two sons. He earned his master’s of architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1985. Nicholas and his wife, Ann Clark, are the founders of Nicholas Clark Architects.
Douglas E. Noble ‘82, architecture, is a professor and the Chair of the Ph.D. program at USC. He recently completed a term as Associate Dean. Noble is the author of several books and was awarded Fellowship in the American Institute of Architecture. He completed his Masters and Ph.D. degrees at Berkeley after graduating from Cal Poly Pomona. He is the former president of the Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA).
Gregory Patch '82, civil engineering, is senior vice president at G.C. Wallace in Las Vegas.
Sidney A. Robinson '82, communications, is director of public affairs at California State University, San Bernardino.
Steve Roger '82, accounting,
is the chief executive officer of Riverside-based K&N Filters. Roger sales reusable vehicle filters all over the world. K&N Filters were recommended by the EPA.
Michael S. Swann '82, mechanical engineering, owns Swann & Associates Instrumentation Sales, Inc. in Long Beach, CA.
Pamela (Wasz) Westcott, '82, home economics, has received an award from the Healthcare Marketing and Public Relations Association of Southern California. Westcott received a “Silver Advocate” for a series of newsletters she wrote for The CHOC Foundation for Children. Westcott has been working with hospitals, medical groups and health plans in the development of marketing communications materials for more than 15 years. Her clients include Children’s Hospital of Orange County, Monarch HealthCare and Health Plan of Nevada.
Michael Whisenand '82, master of arts education, is currently the superintendent of Alta Loma School District. He has been a student, teacher, vice principal and principal in the district.
Bill Winn ’82, marketing, is president and partner at Passco Companies LLC., a owner, manager and developer of retail, multi-family, office and industrial properties headquartered in Irvine, CA. Bill, his wife, Kathy, and their two daughters reside in San Juan Capistrano, CA.
Jeff Winner '82, engineering, recently has been named general manager of the Groveland Community Services District, an unincorporated community in South Tuolumne County known as the "Gateway to Yosemite National Park."
David Wong '82, engineering technology , is responsible for Engineering Circuit Technologies' manufacturing operations, sales, technology research and development. Prior to co-founding ECT, Mr. Wong was a testing and testability design expert with over 20 years of industry experience, advising numerous electronic manufacturing and OEM companies in Southern California . His past professional experiences include engineering development and management with Cal-Comp, Hughes Aircraft and Lockheed.
Diane Arias ‘83, liberal studies, received the Diocese of San Bernardino’s Distinguished Principal of the Year award. She is currently the principal at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School.
Sean Bennett ‘83, landscape architecture, is the president of Bennett Landscape, Inc. 500 magazine named Bennett Landscape as one of the 2009’s fastest-growing businesses in America. This landscaping company offers a complete spectrum of landscape services to the greater Los Angeles area and the South Bay. Bennett Landscape was part of the building team for “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” in 2006. The California Landscape Contractors Association awarded Bennett Landscape two 1st place awards in both residential and commercial categories.
Jean C. Conley ‘83, computer information systems, earned her MBA at USC and manages the Contracts & Finance Division at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. She currently lives in Orange County, CA with her husband and daughter.
Mark S. Erickson ‘83, history, has retired after working for twenty-five years with the Defense Department. He currently resides in El Paso, Texas.
Vernon Gettys '83, hotel & restaurant management, is CEO of Healthview Inc. in San Pedro.
Steve Huff ‘83, civil engineering, was appointed to the Mobility 21 Advisory Board of the Southern California Transportation Coalition. He is currently vice president of public works/ transportation at RBF Consulting. Huff will provide expertise to the advisory board as a registered civil engineer in three states with 26 years of project experience.
Eric Inglett '83, finance real estate & law, was named principal and an investment representative with Edward Jones investments.
Barry James, Jr. ‘83, business administration, was recently promoted to director, Javelin Program at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control in Orlando, FL and vice president of Javelin Joint Venture with Raytheon.
Maureen Keedy ’83, chemical engineering, is a high-school teacher at Pacific High School in San Bernardino, CA.
Kevin McDonald '83, mathematics, was promoted to the second highest position at West Covina based Foothill transit after serving as director of planning at the agency.
Donald P. McDougall '83, engineering technology, is vice president of forward planning at Western Pacific Housing, Orange County/Inland Empire Division.
Leslie J. Mouriquand ‘83, anthropology & geography, currently serves as the county archaeologist and tribal liaison for the County of Riverside, Transportation & Land Management Agency- Planning Department. She is also pursing a doctorate in Archeology and Ancient History through the University of Leicester, in England.
Mark A. Olinger '83, business administration, is a Colonel in the U.S. Army and currently the Commander, Defense Energy Support Center – Middle East. In June 2006 he received his master's degree in national security strategy from the National Defense University and is a graduate of the National War College. He is married to Sandy Martin of Mount Vernon, Texas.
Lawrence J. Pasco '83, park administration, is the urban forestry manager for the City of Anaheim.
Katherine Querubin Rogers '83, education, received the Community Service award from the Inland Valley News for her work as an educator.
Chai K. Sanyakorn '83, hotel & restaurant management, is restaurant manager at Renaissance Esmeralda Resort in Indian Wells.
Lance Brown '84, architecture, is president of Enter-Arc Incorporated in Costa Mesa.
Robert J. Bunker ‘84, history, ‘85, social science, anthropology-geography, behavioral science, is CEO of Counter-OPFOR Corporation, a consulting entity focused on “criminal-soldier” mitigation and neutralization strategies. He recently presented on terrorism, non-state warfare, and advanced weaponry to the Terrorism Early Warning (TEW) Groups and the California Office of Emergency Services (OES).
Daniel Busbin '84, landscape architecture, is principal of Daniel Busbin Landscape Architecture in Beverly Hills, California. DBLA provides consulting design services to estate residential clientele. He was recently featured in Land Online, Landscape Architecture News Digest published by American Society of Landscape Architects.
Joe Cascio ’84, landscape architecture, has started his own landscape architecture firm, Joe Cascio Dezine Solutions LLC. He is also a sub-consultant for a number of architectural, engineering, and landscape firms in Phoenix, AZ. Joe’s hobbies include international travel, working in his garden, photography and raising West Highland terriers.
James S. B. Chew '84, mechanical engineering, is vice president for Exide Corporation in Reading, PA., a global leader in the lead-acid battery business and electric energy storage solutions.
Ray Davies, SGCS '84 horticulture, with CourseCo, Inc., received the George Santana Distinguished Service Award for his high level of professionalism while demonstrating a long-standing commitment to the GCSANC and the turf grass industry.
Michael Diaz ‘84, urban regional planning, was named the new city planner for the city of Montclair, CA.
Mark B. Dobkin '84, operations management, has his own law practice in Upland, CA. Mark is also a cellist with the Claremont Symphony Orchestra.
Daniel J. Domonoske '84, economics, is vice president of Potential Industries, a full service recycling company in Wilmington. He received his doctorate in political science from Claremont Graduate School in April 1998. His dissertation was titled "Privatization of Residential Refuse and Recycling in Southern California."
Neil Friedlander ‘84, industrial engineering & ’90, masters of business administration, is the new vice president of operations for CalAmp Corp, Oxnard, CA. He is responsible for the company’s manufacturing operations on a global basis.
Karen Furlow '84, accounting, is the controller for the L.A. County Fair.
Steffyne Glenn '84, computer information systems, is co-owner of an age-appropriate preteen clothing website based out of Pontiac, Michigan. Their commercial site is called Cyndi and Nicole's Closet and can be found at www.cyndinicole.com.
David Harris ‘84, accounting, was appointed vice president of finance for Stater Brothers Markets. He will be responsible for directing the day to day operations of the Company’s Financial Department. Harris has over 25 years of accounting, auditing and business advisory experience. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Children’s Fund and the Inland Empire Economic Partnerships. Harris is also a member of the Inland Empire Chapter of Financial Executives International.
Victor Khachatourians '84, master's in chemistry, is manager of manufacturing at Baxter Healthcare Corporation in Los Angeles.
Bruce Kirby ‘84, civil engineering, was named the leader of the land development team by Psomas Inland Empire office.
Brian K. Lee '84, urban and regional planning, is the director of community development for the city of Bellflower, CA.
Kevin Lyman '84, recreation administration,
is the founder of alt-rock and extreme sport festivals. Lyman is the creator of Warped Tour the longest running annual tour in North America and the Taste of Chaos tour.
Rebecca Montecino '84, marketing, is senior financial analyst at Kaiser Permanente in Pasadena.
Lori Morris '84, kinesiology, is principal at Grace Miller Elementary School in the Bonita Unified School District.
Aileen Osborn ‘84, home economics, is currently living outside of San Antonio, TX in Garden Ridge. She has been working for five years as a grocery store demonstrator. Osborn’s husband is currently attending the Industrial College of the Armed Forces for his second master’s degree.
Willy Paul ‘84, architecture, is currently the director of Kaiser Permanente National Facilities Services in the Northwest Region. He is leading the design and construction efforts in Portland, Oregon.
Jennifer Perry '84, home economics, is a school nurse in the Corona-Norco Unified School District. She is also currently finishing her master's degree in nursing.
Melvyn Tan ‘84, architecture, received a promotion to lead design architect for MVE Institutional.
Eunice Ulloa ’84, management and human resources, is mayor of Chino, CA. She has served as mayor since 1992 and is also an office manager/controller of a computer consulting firm in Brea, CA. She and her husband, Bob, have three children and four grandchildren.
James Winsor ‘84, engineering technology, is the CEO of Automated Vending Technologies Inc., a retail and technology development company that creates vending machines that have miniature version of personal computers and high definition TV screens.
Hagop K. Bedikian '85, commuunication arts, is principal of The Analytical Group in Glendale, a full service consulting firm.
Steven D. Blades '85, political science, was appointed to a judgeship in Los Angeles County Superior Court by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Colleen Bonney '85, biology & '88 masters of science,
earned her Ph.D. in Physiology from the University of Chicago. She is currently and associate professor of Biology at Cal State San Bernardino. Bonney married Geoffrey Bonney '85, architecture, and has two boys.
Janice Busco '85, horticulture, is the co-author of a book titled Native Plants for High-Elevation Western Gardens.
Francis Chen '85, computer science, is manager of customer service for Neasi-Weber International in Northridge.
Robert Allen Corley ‘85, landscape architecture, was named Vice President of Store Design for DSW Shoes. Corley is redesigning the DSW Shoes store concept and brand. Currently, he lives in Buckeye Country with his wife and two children.
Carl Dameron '85, communication, is president of Dameron Communications, a full-service advertising and public relations firm in San Bernardino established in 1988. Some of Carl's clients include California Portland Cement Company, Steelcase Inc, Sprint PCS, The South Coast Air Quality Management District, State of California Department of Health - Tri-County South Tobacco Free Project, and San Bernardino Department of Health. Carl is married to Malaika and has two daughters, Shiane and Shaila.
Linda Garcia ’85, chemical engineering, has recently obtained her Civil Professional Engineer license. She is now licensed in both chemical and civil engineering.
Suzanne Gomez '85, political science, has been appointed to the Irwindale city council.
Dan Gonzales '85, behavioral science, is a manager with the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing and lives in Elk Grove. He was awarded the Elk Grove Citizen's Man of the Year in 2001 and was recently appointed to the Sacramento County Parks and Recreation Commission.
Lt. Colonel James Gunn ‘85, aerospace engineering, received his MS Aerospace Science from Embry-Riddle University in 1996. Jim retired this spring from the United States Air Force after 24 years of service. He completed ROTC at Cal Poly Pomona and began his career as a Weapons Systems Officer in the F-111. Following seven years of flying the Aardvark, he transitioned to the F-15E Strike Eagle in 1993. Colonel Gunn has served stateside, in Europe and in the Middle East. He has flown over 3800 hours in fighter aircraft with 425 hours in combat over Afghanistan and Iraq. He commanded an F-15E Fighter Squadron over Iraq in 2002 and in his final assignment was the Inspector General for the 4th Fighter Wing at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC. Jim was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross on two occasions and the Air Medal on eight occasions. He is married to Jacqueline LaBerge. Jim and Jackie live on the Payette River in Horseshoe Bend, Idaho. Jackie is an editor for the Idaho State Legislature in Boise.
Rebecca Guzak '85, art, owns an art studio in Upland. Her art can be viewed at her Web site www.galleryguzak.homepage.com.
Steve Hartert ‘85, communications, is the managing director of marketing for All School Loan. He will be leading the company’s marketing activities and strategies. Hartert resides in Palos Verdes, CA.
Micarl “Mica” Hill '85, The Collins School of Hotel Restaurant Management, is entering his 30th year in the hospitality industry. Recently Mica joined the Ueberroth family and now is managing director for Summit Hotels & Resorts overseeing 125 hotels worldwide.
Joseph Klein ‘85, music, is currently the professor of composition at the University of North Texas College of Music, where he has served as chair of composition studies since 1999. His compositions for various media have been performed and broadcast internationally, and he has been a featured guest composer at academic institutions, performance venues, conferences, and music festivals throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.
Ben Kyger ‘85, mechanical engineering, is now managing the day-to-day operations of the Nation’s weather and climate supercomputers that give federal, private and broadcast meteorologists the latest forecasts and models for national weather.
David Larson '85, master's in biology, is the field station manager at Washington University's Tyson Research Center near St. Louis, Mo.
Caroline R. Lee '85, landscape architecture, founding partner of MLA Design Studio-Landscape Architects, has been recognized for being an outstanding entrepreneur and community contributor by the National Association of Women Business Owners in Affiliation with the Asian Business Association of San Diego. MLA, an award-winning landscape architectural and planning firm based in San Diego, was established by Lee with partner and fellow alumnus Barney F. Matsumoto '85, landscape architecture.
Theresa Lopez (Romero) '85, marketing management, received a master of science degree in counseling from Cal State Los Angeles in 1993 and is completing a doctorate in education in organizational leadership from the University of La Verne. She is an assistant dean of career services at Cerritos College in Norwalk and is active in the Western Association of Colleges and Employers where she serves as secretary for that organization. Theresa is married to Mark Lopez '92, engineering technology.
Paul Lopez '85, master of business administration, is chief executive officer, president and director of Valley Forge Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Lopez has over 23 years of experience in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries.
Ana Martinez-Holler '85, communications, has been involved with the coordination and publicity of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce's famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. She has been the Director of Publicity there for 15 years. The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the top tourist attractions in California and Martinez-Holler says it is one of the most exciting never-a-dull moment jobs she's had.
Mary Matthews '85, computer information systems, works for systems integrator company in Grand Rapids, Michigan as the lead Novell engineer/consultant. Prior to that she worked at the Center for Child Protection at Children's Hospital in San Diego as an IT Coordinator where she performed a wide variety of roles, including "pet therapist" with her Great Pyrenees dog, Kodi. She is married, no kids, 2 dogs, and 2 cats.
Perry Moreth '85, finance, real estate and law, is head of Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank in Los Angeles.
John H. Nicolaus, FASLA, '85, landscape architecture, a principal of The HLA Group, Landscape Architects & Planners, has been inducted into the Council of Fellows by The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
Christopher Pak '85, architecture,
has completed a seven-story luxury condo tower in Koreatown. Pak working on one of his biggest Koreatown projects, a 40-story mixed use tower that is going to be the centerpiece of Korean trade and cultural center. He was the first Asian board member of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California in the 1990's.
Steven Pomerenke '85, architecture, is director of design at Howard Sneed Interior Architecture in San Diego.
Tracy Reed '85, architecture, was appointed administrator of San Diego's Economic Development and Community Service's Parking Meter District program. He is a reservist in the U.S. Navy and is studying for a master's degree in public administration.
David Rossiter ‘85, computer information systems, worked as an independent consultant for 14 years. He specialized in business analysis and requirements for engineering. Rossiter and his wife, Julianne Rossiter ‘89, marketing management, founded Trestle Community Management, a homeowner association management company in Redmond, WA.
Olivia Sevilla’s ’85, behavioral science, is executive director at Bilingual Family Couseling Services, Inc. in Ontario, CA. BFCS provides numerous services throughout San Bernardino County, including drug/alcohol outpatient treatment, prevention/education programs, school-based counseling, and child-abuse treatment programs.
Wayne E. Stone '85, computer information systems, is a senior programmer/analyst at Raley's Superstores, one of the largest privately held grocery markets in Northen California. He retired from the California Air National Guard at March Air Force Base in 1995 as a master sergeant after more than 23 years of service.
Roy D. Surovec '85, aerospace engineering, has been involved in flight test at Edwards AFB, California for the past 15 years. Aircraft I've worked with include C-17, C-130J, Airborne Laser and a number of smaller projects, including 2 years testing solid rocket propellants.
Karen Sztraicher '85, accounting, is chief financial officer of GMS Realty LLC, a Carlsbad-based company that leases 21 shopping centers in California and Arizona.
Dennis Thompson '85, business administration, '92 MB, is manager of the Cardiology Group at Merck & Co. in Pomona.
Blair Ridgely Williams, AIA, '85, architecture, has joined Heery International, one of the nation’s leading architecture, facilities planning, engineering and construction management firms, as project architect. He is based in the firm’s Long Beach office. Prior to joining Heery, he served as a project architect for HMC Architects where he served as project architect, providing construction administration services for elementary, middle and high school projects. Williams has also served as a consultant for Walt Disney Imagineering, developing projects at Disney’s Tokyo Sea and California Adventure theme parks; Kennard Design Group, transforming an office building into a preschool and a residential property into an AIDS hospice; and Claremont Colleges, establishing a system for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance.
Robert J. Williams, Jr. ‘85, architecture, is the principal at Gensler in Newport Beach, CA. He recently became LEED accredited. William married Sue Williams ‘85 kinesiology, ‘91 physical education credential. They have two daughters, Erica and Amy.
Miguel Alfredo Acuna ‘86, business administration, is currently manager of the City of Los Angeles Business Assistant Program. LABAP provides technical assistance to small business owners. Acuna has three children and currently resides in East Los Angeles, CA.
Michael Bandick '86, communication, was named Vice President of Health for Ipsos Understanding UnLtd. He will be leading the IUU’s qualitative health team. Bandick brings to the role a diverse background in healthcare, including leadership roles in both client-side and supplier–side settings. He currently resides with his wife and sons in Zionsville, Indiana.
Jose Sergio Bohon ‘86, management and human resources, is a divisional development officer at Smith-Barney in Los Angeles . He married Christine M. Salinas on November 18, 2006. They now reside in Laguna Beach.
John G. Bowman '86, behavioral science,
received his MFT license in March. Brown released his 5 th volume poetry book “Diamonds in the Sand.”
Christi Bulot '86, operation management, is CEO of Fourth Street Rock, a concrete company in San Bernardino, CA.
Maurice G. Cook III '86, electrical & computer engineering, is project leader for automatic target recognition (ATR) rotary wing aircraft targeting, at the Night Vision Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD) in Ft. Belvoir, VA.
Linda Reed Coulson ‘86, finance, real estate and law ,
is currently vice president of investments with UBS Financial Service, Inc. in Brea , CA . She has worked in the financial services industry since 1986. Coulson resides in Diamond Bar, CA.
Kevin Covert ’86, engineering, is managing director at Montgomery & Co. in Santa Monica, CA. He has recently been elected to the board of directors of Orange Coast Venture Group, a non-profit organization that serves as an educational and networking platform for Orange County’s venture community.
Juan Diaz '86, civil engineering, '91 MBA, is manager of transportation services at ASL Consulting Engineers in Pasadena.
Jim Doyle '86, behavioral science, has recently been promoted to Deputy Chief of Ontario Police Department.
Barbara Deckmeyer ’86, home economics, is an interior designer with her own company that specializes in custom shades, draperies, and bedding. The company, The Shadey Ladies, is located in Laguna Beach, CA. She has also published several articles and has been on the home decorating channel, HGTV.
Richard Fisher '86, landscape architecture, owns Toyon Design in Glendora.
Sheri Jennum ‘86, behavioral science, is the first head coach for women’s basketball at Cal State San Marcos. She was the head coach at Palomar College for the last three years. There she compiled a record of 74-17 and won three consecutive Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championships. As a Cal Poly Pomona student she was captain of the Women’s Basketball team and was named the West Regional Most Valuable Player and was selected to the Final Four All-Tournament team.
Pamela Jones '86, civil engineering, is an assistant civil engineer for the City of Livermore. She, and husband Mike, have an eleven-year-old son, Mitchell.
Bernie J. Maddis '86, hotel & restaurant management, is account executive of the foodservice distribution division at U.S. Foodservice in La Mirada.
Bernie Marez ‘86, marketing management, is the assistant principal in charge of discipline at Ramona High School in Riverside, CA.
Julia A. Mode '86, home economics, is now a personal chef with her own company, A La Mode Foods in Orange County after 10 years in the test kitchens of Hunt-Wesson, now ConAgra Grocery Foods, Inc. She is a premier member of the United States Personal Chef Association, and helps solve the working professional's dilemma of "what's for dinner?" by cooking in client's homes. After completing a questionnaire of food likes and dislikes, and discussing any personal diet concerns, she plans a menu, does the grocery shopping, and cooks on an appointed day. Her services also include packaging food, leaving it frozen or refrigerated, and clean up. Active seniors also benefit greatly from such a service.
Mark Nuaimi '86, electrical engineering, is the mayor of the City of Fontana. Mark has been on the city council since 1996 and a resident of Fontana for the last 14 years. Mark is married with three children and is employed as a senior program manager for Iteris, Inc., working in the field of Intelligent Transportation Systems development.
Ilona Ognibene '86, hotel & restaurant management, worked at the Sheraton Grande Hotel in downtown L.A after graduation. She worked there for three years as a front desk supervisor and later as an assistant night housekeeper. In 1990, she went to Europe and traveled for five months, then got married 1991 and moved to Boston. She and her husband both worked for Conner Peripherals, and later after an acquisition Seagate Technology. Ilona had her first daughter in 1997 and became a stay-at-home mom. In 1999 she and her family moved to Texas and her second daughter was born in 2000. Ilona is still a full time mom, but hopes to go back to work when both girls are in school full time.
Aubrey Overby '86, computer information systems, is administrative services assistant manager of technical services at State Farm Insurance Co., Georgia-South Carolina Regional Office.
Eric Pauwels ’86, marketing, is senior vice president of Global Commercial Operations at Transkaryotic Therapies, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company focused on researching, developing and commercializing treatments for rare diseases.
Steve Sala ‘86, finance, real estate, and law, is the Chief Financial Officer for Santa Fe Partners. Sala is responsible for all financial matters of the firm including financial reporting, managing the firm's debt and equity relationships, and providing the optimal capital structure for SFP and its related entities and their respective transactions.
Phil Sheingold ‘86, chemical engineering, was named the new chief operating officer at Sign Craft Industries. He is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers.
Nyala Wristen '86, liberal arts, got her teaching credential in 1987 and taught elementary school for 6 years. She is the lead mentor teacher and curriculum specialist for Excelsior Education Center in Victorville. Excelsior is a charter school for 7th - 12th grade students. Wristen teaches art, English, and social studies. When not working, she spends time with her five grandchildren.
Mark Alexander '87, political science, was approved as La Canada Flintridge's interim city manager by the city council.
Lonnie Andre '87, operation management,
works for the RE/MAX organization. He was named the number 1 agent for close transaction in 2006. Andre was also recognized in the RE/MAX Hall of Fame.
Trent Bahadursingh ’87, communication, is the technology director for the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District.
Sandra L. Barlo-Higginbotham '87, accounting, is assistant finance director at the City of Indian Wells.
Loren J. Brody '87, economics, is senior commercial account executive at Reliance Insurance Company in Glendale.
Margaret Cady '87, accounting, is a CPA and revenue/audit manager for the Orange County Sheriff Coroner is Santa Ana, CA.
Frank Clementi' 87, architecture, is one of the principals of Rios Clementi Hale Studios a company that was founded in 1985. The corporation received the Firm Award by The American Institute of Architects, California Council, for consistently producing distinguishing architecture for a period of at least 10 years.
Alex Clifford ’87, marketing management, as recently been appointed the new general manager of Metro Gateway Cities by MTA. Metro is a community-based transit system that serves communities in the southeast portion of Los Angeles County. He has also served as councilman in Riverside, CA and chairman of the Riverside County Transportation Commission.
Dean De Cocker ‘87, art, presented an exhibition “Oahu Before Dawn,” at the Sherry Frumkin Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. De Cocker has explored formal elements by transforming flat, two dimensional surfaces into three-dimensional objects in the cool, impersonal style and exacting finish. He is currently a professor of Art at California State University, Stanislaus.
Cheryl (Provence) Donahue '87, communication arts, is the public information officer for San Bernardino Associated Governments, the transportation authority for San Bernardino County.
Alexandria Fabbro ‘87, mechanical engineering, is currently attending Cal Poly San Luis Obispo earning a multiple subject and single subject math credential. She worked as a flight test engineer for the Air Force Test Center and the Air force Operational Test and Evaluation Center. Fabbro also spent four years as the Government Relations Manager for Mammoth Mountain Ski Area.
Marc Garcia ’87, finance, real estate, and law, is a senior real estate officer with Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. He supervises professional and technical employees engaged in acquisition, title examination, and record keeping functions. He is married to Susan Morrison ’97, management/human resources.
Chris Gibbs '87, aerospace engineering, is the chief static rocket motor test conductor at the Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, China Lake, in the Mojave Desert. It is the U.S. Navy's largest facility for the research, development, test, and evaluation of weapons systems.
Mark T. Green ‘87, business administration, was named principal of The Family Business Consulting Group, Inc. in Salem, Oregon. Green is an expert on succession, governance, entrepreneurship and professionalization of the family business. He received his masters in business administration from Atkinson Graduate School of Management at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, and earned a master’s degree in political economy and Ph.D.s in economics and political science from Claremont Graduate School in California.
Jess Hartmann '87, computer information systems, is vice president and chief information officer for New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, Inc., in Santa Ana.
John C. King ’87, communication, is a city council member for the city of Covina, CA.
Irene M. Lin-Dilorinzo '87, biological sciences, is a self-employed optometrist. Her office is called Monarch Bay Optometry and is located in Dana Point, CA. She graduated from the Southern California College of Optometry in 1992.
Carole R. McCoy '87, operations management, is vice president of Future Perfect in Palm Desert.
Dawn Meng '87, behavioral science, lived in Japan for four years ('91-'95) doing Christian missionary work and is now counseling at a local church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She has been married for 13 years and has done volunteer and paid counseling for the past 19 years. She earned a doctorate in ministry in 2000.
Lorenzo Najera '87, mechanical engineering, is currently a staff member at Los Alamos National Lab in Los Alamos, New Mexico. Also completed his M.S. in mechanical engineering at CSU Long Beach.
Valerie Perez '87, biology, is a senior chemist a Wella hair company. She was recently engaged on the "Pyramid" game show and will be married in May 2004. She currently lives in Redondo Beach, California, but will soon reside in Jasper, Indiana.
Karen Reynosa ‘87, biology, is currently a chemistry instructor at Ventura High School.
Gregg Ross ‘87, marketing management, completed a juris doctor degree in 2004 and was sworn in as a California Attorney. He is currently working with Unisource Worldwide, Inc. as a sales associate. Ross resides in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
Melinda Seevers '87, mechanical engineering, is the director of development for the college of engineering at Boise State University in Idaho.
Mark Sherwood '87, business administration, is the owner of Certified Wiring Systems, an electrical company in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
Kimberly (James) Sutton '87, computer information systems, works for Conexant Systems in Newport Beach.
Bill Van Stone '87, civil engineering, is an engineer at Black & Veatch in Las Vegas.
Robbie Abdalla '88, hotel and restaurant management, is financial advisor for Farmers Insurance Group, which offers total financial solutions for diverse clients both personal and business needs and operates in Brea, CA and Long Beach, CA.
Ralph R. Basilio ‘88, aerospace engineering, is employed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, as the OCO (Orbiting Carbon Observatory) Deputy Project Manager. Although his responsibilities make considerable demands on his time, he makes traveling and vacationing with the family a priority.
Mary Ann Beaman ’88, english, works as a grant developer officer for the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences at UC Riverside. She also conducts private educational consulting and grant writing services for other colleges, universities, and non-profit institutions who wish to secure federal grants that fund programs to assist disadvantage students prepare for and succeed in higher education.
Brian Bristol '88 communications & '92 MA English, is superintendent of schools in South Pasadena.
Mark Bustamante ‘88, american studies, is currently the site manager for Vestas American Wind Technology in Wasco, OR. Bustamante joined Vestas after eleven years in the aerospace industry as quality manger for Dicronite Dry Film Lubricant.
Steve Edward '88, computer information systems, is manager of personal computing services and management information services at Warner Bros. in Burbank.
Jo Flores '88, zoology, works for Science on the Go, a hands-on science program based in Brea. She travels to schools in four Southern California counties, including Riverside and San Bernardino, teaching students about small animals, volcanoes, fossils, geodes, rainforests, deserts, prehistoric life, insects, spiders, amphibians, reptiles, bird, mammals and sharks.
Jose Flores '88, engineering technology, is engineering manager at Kino Flo Incorporated in Sun Valley.
Larry Hyde '88, park administration, has been promoted to superintendent of Crowders Mountain State Park in North Carolina.
Roger A. Johnson '88, agricultural engineering, was appointed by the Los Angeles World Airports as deputy executive director for environmental services. He is responsible for all environmental planning, mitigation and compliance services for four city airports - Los Angeles (LAX), Ontario International, Palmdale Regional and Van Nuys.
Ray Koopman '88, agriculture, was appointed vice president and agri business officer in the Agribusiness Department at Citizens Business Bank's Ontario office.
Christopher Lawrence 88, architecture, project architect at HMC Ontario/Taylor Studio, has been promoted to associate.
Augusto Lopez '88, engineering technology, is a senior administrative analyst in the safety department at the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. He also teaches environmental courses at the University of Phoenix.
Trish Luckeroth-Lockhart '88, home economics, is department chairperson of Couseling Services at Palmdale High School.
Ken Maddox '88, communications, was elected to the Garden Grove City Council in 1996. He received a master's degree in management from National University. He lives in Garden Grove with his wife and two children.
Dawn Cass Meng '88, behavioral science, has a masters degree in MFCC and a doctorate in ministry. She just completed her first book titled, 'Counseling You Can Trust,' which will be available on Amazon.com in 2007.
Jan Newton '88, hotel & restaurant management, is Southern California district manager for Cinnabon, world-famous bakery and coffee shop.
Violet Palmer ‘88, recreation administration, was named the Pac-10’s Coordinator of Women’s Basketball Officiating. Her duties will include implementing the Pac-10 officiating program in women’s basketball, as well as indentifying, recruiting, and assigning referees for games.
Brian Pencall '88, mathematics, manages the Cactus Mart in Morongo Valley, a family-owned business on the lower edge of the high desert.
Amity B. Perry '88, finance, real estate & law, is an investor relations analyst for Countrywide in Calabasas.
Tom Robillard '88, urban planning, is director of planning and development for the city of Kettering, OH.
Roy T. Torres '88, political science, is a management analyst for the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation.
Richard D. Williams '88, architecture, senior project architect at HMC Ontario/Wilkeson Studio, hs been promoted to associate.
Marissa J. Andrada '89, management & human resources, is director of management and organization development, corporate human resources, at Universal Studios.
Deborah Karen Brokl '89, behavioral science, is a business analyst for Pacific Life in Foothill Ranch. She married Steven Francis Johnson, a service department manager for Lexus, on April 1, 2006.
Sandra Bufalini '89, management and human resources, is a manager in compensation and benefits in the human resources deptartment at Cal Poly Pomona.
Steve Choi ‘89, landscape architecture, was promoted to a senior position in Lewis Scully, Gionet, Landscape Architects. Choi is a landscape architect with extensive design experience on projects throughout the U.S. and overseas.
Ellen Crawford ’89, management and human resources, is a fifth grade teacher at Condit Elementary in Claremont, CA. She and her husband have a sixteen-year-old daughter and a twelve-year-old son.
Chris Dominski ‘89, accounting, was elected assistant controller for Edison International, by the Edison International and Southern California Edison board of directors. She will assume responsibility for the strategic leadership of Edison 's financial reporting and research. Dominski received her MBA from the University of La Verne.
Todd Farrand '89, engineering technology, owns Farrand & Associate, a financial consulting firm in Lake Forest.
Mark Graham '89, architecture, is senior project architect at WLC Architects in Rancho Cucamonga.
Laurie Henkel ’89, animal science, is an 8th grade teacher at El Roble Intermediate School.
Kent Hoyos '89, accounting, is director of decision support services at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center in Pomona.
Ashish Kotecha ‘89, information systems, is vice president and senior auditor at City National Bank in Los Angeles, CA. He is currently pursing an executive MBA at Chapman University in Orange, CA. Kotecha currently resides in Orange County with his wife.
Lynne Litterini ‘89, marketing management & ‘91 masters of business administration, has been in the banking industry since 1990. She is currently living in Northern New Jersey with her husband and one daughter, Cameron, 9 and has another on the way.
Yolanda Munoz '89, agriculture, is a sales representative for McAnally Enterprises Inc. in Yucaipa.
William E. Murray, Jr. '89, civil engineering, is a senior civil engineer, public works department, in Garden Grove.
Craig J. Parker '89, civil engineering, is president of Craig Parker & Associates, a water resources engineering firm in Upland.
Anthony Pirozzi '89, engineering technology, has been with Boeing Satellite Systems since graduating from the Cal Poly Pomona Engineering Technology program. Anthony is the department manager of the Test Systems Engineering and Support organization. He received his master's degree from Loyola Marymount University (LMU)in 2000. Anthony enjoys spending time with his wife and three boys, and lives in San Pedro.
Tom Riggins ’89, engineering technology, is president of Riggins Construction & Management, Inc. The company provides construction management services, general contracting, design/build construction, tenant improvements and seismic retrofits in the Southern California area. He has been married to wife Michiko since 1988. They have two daughters, Emiko, 13, and Kimiko, 8, and live in Placentia, CA.
Kurt Seemann '89, communication arts, is a money manager for InterFirst Capital Corp. in South Pasadena.
Kelly Sigmon ‘89, industrial engineering, will be managing the engineering department for the postal service in the D.C. region.
Carolyn Soth-Wertheim '89, marketing management, is a management analyst for the city of Mission Viejo.
Tom Towey ’89, engineering technology, is employed with Mindspeed Technologies, a manufacturing company that designs and sells semiconductor networking solutions. He and his wife live in Mission Viejo , CA . They have 2 children.
Chuck Walker '89, marketing, works for a computer consulting group based in Los Gatos doing Year 2000 compliance programming. He has served on the Planning Commission for Scotts Valley and is currently an elected city councilmember.
Todd T. Yamagata '89, computer science., is a software development manager for the eSecurity at Rainbow Technologies, Inc.
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