HUGH E. STANCIL 77 and Monica Murphy
WILLIAM JAMES S. SPENCER PharmD 80 and Michelle Hawker
CHERYL MELTON 84 and Dan Foliart
MICHELLE MOREY 84 and William Thompson
DAVID M. RING 87, JD 90, and April Florentino
LESLIE M. KANEKO 89, DDS 94, Specialty Certificate (Prosthodontics) 98 and RICHARD K. FURUICHI 91, DDS 95, Specialty Certifi-cate (Prosthodontics) 98
PATRICIA ANN REYNALES MA 90 and Kevin Philip Twidle
JUDITH A. ADELIZZI 90 and Sean D. Parker
SUZIE DAVIES 90 and JAMES (JAMIE) DAVENPORT III 90
JUAN D. ANGULO 91, DDS 96, and YOLANDA VELASCO 95
YAR ROMAN CHAIKOVSKY 91 and CAROLYN CANDICE CHOBOIAN 92
JODIE LINN PHILLIPS 93, MPA 94, and JIM W. MULLER MPA 95
ELIZABETH A. GANIERE 94 and Brian V. Powers
KATHLEEN CLINE 95 and Kenneth Yagen
JENNIFER THIBAULT and Mike Bryant
ADRIANE ALYNN AHNSTEDT 96 and BRANDON M. MERCER 97
RUSSELL HAYDEN DAVIDSON 96 and LAURA SULLIVAN BARRETT 97
ERIN LEIGH LARSON 96 and JAMES ANTHONY DEáK 98
NIKI COSAND 97 and RENE DELACUEVA 98
MAYLENE MISSAKIAN GLIDEWELL 81, MD 85, and HAROLD GLIDEWELL 98, a daughter, Tessa Mae. She joins sisters Kelsey, 6, and Marissa, 3, and brother Michael, 3. They are the grandchildren of Michael Missakian MD 58 and the nieces and nephew of Marylisa Missakian Boghosian 85
DALE INOUYE 81, DDS 85, and Blanca Gil Inouye, a daughter, Tiffany Brianne Luz
LINDA J. MIWA PharmD 82 and Richard Adleson, a daughter, Sabrina Marie Adleson. She joins brother Christopher, 5
DIANE (DAYTON) BLEAK 83 and BRIAN BLEAK 84, a daughter, Kimberly Dayton Bleak. She is the niece of Laurel Bleak 77 and Janine Bleak 80
LINDA RAWLUK 83 and Joe Orozco, a son, Christopher John Orozco
KELLY (PATSCHECK) MURPHY 84 and Shawn Murphy, a daughter, Taryn Patricia. She joins sister Ryan Kelly, 3
MELISSA (McEWEN) RIJ 84 and P. David Rij, a daughter, Amanda Melissa. She joins brothers Cameron, 6, and Colton, 2
GEORGE SHANNON 84 and Linda (Gerken) Shannon, a daughter, Kathryn Elizabeth
JODY LEIGH SORENSON 84 and MARK DUSTIN ZUVICH 85, a son, Mark Stephen. He joins brothers Peter and Luke
RICHARD T. DOUGHTY 85 and Robin Doughty, a daughter, Emily Taylor. She joins her sister Rachel, 3. She is the niece of Cindy (Doughty) Davis 80 and Allen Davis DDS 81 and the cousin of Denise (Doughty) Klein 80
TOM REYNOLDS 85, MM 87, and Monica Bachner, a son, Charles John. He joins his brother, Sam, 5. He is the nephew of Charles Reynolds 76, PharmD 80
ROBERT W. THOMPSON 85 and Melinda Thompson, a son, Bryce Joseph. He is the grandson of Arthur J. (Joe) Thompson 57 and the nephew of Thomas A. Weller 83
KIMBERLY (MULLEN) HEBERT 86 and Bradford Hebert, a daughter, Elise Ann, and a son, Michael Bradford. The twins join their sister, Claire Frances, 4. They are the nieces and nephew of Kristin Hobart 87 and Kelly Mullen 90
KATHRYN (HOBBS) HILL 86 and Chris Hill, a son, Jared Robert. He is the grandson of Robert W. Hobbs 64 and the godson of James Griffin 85
JUDY (INOSE) JOBES 86 and Gregory B. Jobes, a daughter, Krislyn Kayoko. She is the great-great-granddaughter of Seijiro Shibuya 06; the great-granddaughter of Seijiro Inose 28; the grand-niece of David Nakatani 63, MS 65, PhD 72, and Lily (Inose) Nakatani 67; the second cousin of Jeffery Sakamoto 87, Diane (Sakamoto) Kuramoto 89, Karen (Yoshiyama) Bunuan RDH 90, Nancy (Nozaki) Yoshiyama PharmD 90, Cynthia (Naktani) Enderwick 93, and Alexander Bunuan MA, ORT 99
PAMELA J. (MOORE) PETERSEN 86 and Ken Petersen, twin sons. Chase and Brock join brother Dane
TAMARA C. (SMITH) STEWART 86, JD 89, and Iain A. Stewart, a daughter, Shannon Carlisle. She is the granddaughter of Diana Lee Smith 91 and the niece of Kimberly M. (Smith) Tagle 89
GINA JARRIN 88 and Andy Keir, a daughter, Charlotte Isabel, joining sister Grace Jarrin, 2
CHARLES MORRIS JR. 88 and Nina Kihlman, a son, Eden Patrick Morris
ERIC S. BLUM JD 92 and MICHELLE (NUSZKIEWICZ) BLUM 89, JD 92, a son, Brian Gregory. He is the grandson of Robert L. Blum MD 64 and the nephew of Joshua D. Blum MD 95
ELSA (ELLER) PALMER 89 and Paul J. Palmer, a son, Nicholas Theodore
BRUCE D. POLTROCK 89 and Michelle Poltrock, a daughter, Reagan Christine. She joins her brother, Dylan, 5
BETH ROSENSTEIN SILVER 89 and Barry Silver, a son, Brooks Matthew
ELIZABETH CONNELL SULLIVAN 89 and Clifford Balkeom Branan III, a daughter, Langley Bennett
APRIL M. (NISHIOKA) JOKE 90 and Jon Joke, a son, Nicholas Takashi. He is the cousin of Erica K. Oyadomari MA 97
BRIAN J. LITTLE 90 and STACY TRISCH LITTLE 91, a daughter, Kaylee Lynn
DENNIS DOODY 91 and KARI JO (EISAMAN) DOODY 93, a daughter, Kaiden Rae
PAIGE (OLSON) FARMER 91 and Sam Farmer, a son, Thomas Harris
CHRIS PAGLIARO MS 91 and Doreen Pagliaro, a daughter, Alaina Noel
DAN P. IFTIGER 92 and Kathryn Iftiger, twin daughters, Courtney Elizabeth and Camryn Mary. They are the granddaughters of the late Allen G. Iftiger 56 and nieces of Allen P. Iftiger 90
DIANE (TONKOVICH) MILLER 92 and Douglas Miller, a daughter, Jacqueline Nicole. She is the great-great-granddaughter of Ruth (Dallman) Launer 16; the great-granddaughter of Earl Harris 39 and Eunice (Launer) Harris 39; the great-great niece of Ruthmarie (Launer) Gruber 41; the granddaughter of Janet (Harris) Tonkovich 65; the great niece of Kathleen (Harris) Windsor 66; and the niece of Matthew Tonkovich 92 and Gregory Tonkovich 94
PATRICK A. WARD 92 and Christine (Phillips) Ward, a daughter, Stephanie Marie
SHANNON (CLARK) MARTIN 93 and DARYN MARTIN 93, twins, daughter Abbey Drew and son Bradley Arthur
EDYTA J. FRACKIEWICZ PharmD 93 and Richard Koziol, a son, Jakub Martin Frackiewicz Koziol
ERIC DAVID BERG 94 and Christie Roberts Berg, a son, Jack Gustave. He is the grandson of David Berg 60 and Kay Steltenkamp Berg 60, and the niece of Julie-Kay Berg 89
SHERRI (LOSA) ESPINOZA 95 and Alex Espinoza, a son, Nikolas Oscar
DAVID M. VICTORINO 95 and Kandi Victorino, a son, David Samuel
ROY A. HOPKINS 37, of Reno, Nev.; Sept. 2, 1999, at the age of 92. He was a practicing optometrist in Los Angeles and Long Beach for more than 50 years. He was also active in numerous civic and social organizations. In 1941, he married Edna M. Tripp, who preceded him in death in 1984. He is survived by two sons, a daughter and five grandchildren.
JOHN STANLEY BUTLER 38, of Claremont, Calif.; March 7, 1999, at the age of 86. He was a building inspector with the county of Los Angeles for 32 years. During World War II, he was lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy. He is survived by his wife, Doris, three sons and nine grandchildren.
WHITNEY K. TOWERS 39, of Brentwood, Calif.; June 12, 1999, at the age of 82. He worked in the aircraft and home construction industries, but model railroading was his lifelong passion. At the age of 45, he sold his businesses, built a new home with a large railroad room and settled down to devote his time and energy to the field. More than 100 of his articles about the construction of the Alturas & Lone Pine Railroad were published in Model Railroader, Railroad Model Craftsman and the National Model Railroad Association Bulletin. He bequeathed his home and an industrial building to the USC College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, and was an annual donor to the USC Marshall School of Business.
DOROTY ANN TUTTLE 39, of Pasadena, Calif.; June 19, 1999; at the age of 81. She served in the military, enlisting as a member of the Waves, the womens branch of the U.S. Navy, in World War II. After receiving a medical discharge, she was cared for by the Veterans Administration in various veterans hospitals and facilities. At USC, she belonged to Kappa Delta. Her sister, Mary Florence Tuttle Pegrone 42, preceded her in death in 1998. She is survived by another sister and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.
PATRICIA MARY (BOELLER) ALTER 40, of Irvine, Calif.; June 25, 1999, at the age of 80. She worked in financial aid at USC and Pepperdine University for a number of years, as well as at a school for retarded children. While a student at USC she was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. She is survived by four children, Melinda Alter Garroway, Richard Alter 67, MBA 75, Shannon Alter Yerkes 75 and Jonathan Alter 77; a nephew, Stephen Nordeck MBA 72; and a niece, Vicki Nordeck Pank.
ROBERT J. LAPHAM 41, of Newport Beach, Calif.; June 4, 1999, at the age of 77. He was the former president of Conde Nast Publications. Lapham served in the Coast Guard amphibious forces in the South Pacific during World War II. He began his career in the West Coast offices of Seventeen and Esquire magazines and joined Conde Nast in 1954 as Vogue magazines West Coast advertising and office manager. He moved to New York in 1961 as advertising director for the entire corporation, and later was named general manager and then a vice president. Lapham became president of Conde Nast in 1974. He served on the board and as vice chairman of the Magazine Publishers Association and was chairman of the Publishers Information Bureau.
RAYBURN REESE RAY ANDERSON 42, of Upland, Calif.; Dec. 23, 1998, at the age of 82. He was a business administrator with Sunkist Growers Inc. for 27 years. A U.S. Navy veteran during WWII, serving in he Pacific Theater, he is survived by two children, two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
PATRICIA ASHLEY ROBERTS 47, of Mission Viejo, Calif.; Aug. 22, 1999, of cancer, at the age of 72. An ardent member of the USC Alumni Club of South Orange County, she ran the clubs spirit fun bus to all home games over the last 15 years. She participated in every activity of the club and was honored by USC with the Widney Alumni House Award in 1998. She was an Alpha Chi Omega. Survivors include her husband of 52 years, Keith Roberts 47, two children and three grandchildren.
F. MAYNARD LANDSTROM MEd 48, of Northridge, Calif.; Aug. 29, 1999, at the age of 86. Born in Nebraska and a graduate of the University of Nebraska 36, he began teaching at Santa Monica (Calif.) High School in 1941. During World War II, he was commissioned and served in the U.S. Naval Reserve, earning 14 battle stars in the Pacific before being honorably discharged with the rank of lieutenant. In 1958, he became a professor at Santa Monica College and remained there until his retirement in 1978. He was active in church and in numerous educational and Swedish organizations. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Melinda, two sons, including Mark R. Landstrom 75, two daughters and 11 grandchildren.
HOWARD J. RUSSELL 48, MEd 62, of Malibu, Calif.; July 14, 1999, at the age of 76. He was a teacher, first with the Los Angeles Unified School District at Jordan High School, and later as professor of speech at Los Angeles Pierce College for 24 years, where he became chairman of the department and president of the faculty association. Russell was also active in the American Federation of Teachers and a regular participant at meetings of the Pierce College Board of Trustees. He studied under the G.I. Bill at USC following service in the U.S. Navy. At USC, he was a member of the gymnastics team, performing on rings and in rope climbing. Cherishing his memory are his wife, two children, four grandchildren and a host of students, colleagues and other friends.
RICHARD A. TRYON 48, of Newport Beach, Calif.; Aug. 24, 1999, of throat cancer, at the age of 76. He was a real estate broker in Newport Beach. He is survived by a nephew, a niece and 10 grandnephews and grandnieces.
ANTHONY GUZMAN VALLES 48, of Wildomar, Calif.; Sept. 13, 1997, at the age of 77. He was a chemical engineer and musician. He is survived by two sons, three daughters, 15 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
HAROLD WILSON 49, of Brea, Calif.; Aug. 9, 1999, at the age of 74. He worked for the California Division of Highways and the cities of Pasadena, Whittier and Brea and owned a civil engineering firm, Wilson and Associates, for many years. In 1943, he entered the U.S. Army Air Corps and served in B29s as a radar observer. In the American Society of Civil Engineers, he was active in the student chapter at USC and was chairman of the Transportation Group of the Los Angeles Section. He became a Fellow of the ASCE and was active in the Los Angeles Section. He also served as president of the Orange County Branch of the ASCE. He is survived by his wife, Joyce, three children, and seven grandchildren.
RICHARD O. EGAN MEd 50, of Whittier, Calif.; Feb. 24, 1999, of a heart attack, at the age of 77. After a five-year U.S. Army stint, he graduated from the University of Minnesota and followed with a teaching degree from USC. His career was in sales and management with Gates Rubber Co.; in retirement, he continued as an automotive parts manufacturers representative. At USC, he was active in the Delta Chi fraternity and served as a national field secretary and Southern California area alumni president. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Eunice.
HARRISON LYON KELLEY 50, of Altadena, Calif.; Nov. 3, 1998, of cancer, at the age of 73. He was the retired president of Ben F. Smith Inc., an El Monte-based concrete construction firm he hand built for his family 46 years ago. He retired in 1995, but continued to serve as an advisor. After serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, he attended USC, where he was affiliated with Sigma Chi. He remained a loyal Trojan and fraternity member all his life. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Margaret Kelley 49, four children, eight grandchildren and two brothers.
H. GEORGE TAYLOR 51, of Alta Loma, Calif.; March 18, 1999, at the age of 68. He was a Superior court commissioner. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jazz Scholarship Fund, USC Administration Building 252, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0015.
DONALD W. BROWN 52, of San Pedro, Calif.; July 30, 1999. He served on the U.S.S. Rogers in the Far East during the Korean War, retiring as a lieutenant commander. After leaving the Navy, he was employed as a reporter at several Los Angeles area newspapers. Brown also had a teaching career, which began at his alma mater, Orange High School, and continued when he became a faculty member in journalism and photography at El Camino College. He went on to serve as coordinator of public information, associate dean and dean. He is survived by his wife, Andrea, three children and four grandchildren.
DONALD E. HERMAN 52, of La Crescenta, Calif.; June 23, 1999, of a coronary attack, at the age of 68. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., the son of Dodger great Babe Herman, he was an outfielder on the Rod Dedeaux-coached PAC 10 champion Trojan baseball teams. A minor league injury halted his baseball career. He became a coach and mathematics teacher at Hoover High in his hometown of Glendale, Calif., retiring in 1989. Recognized internationally as an orchid expert, historian and noted speaker, he was owner of Trymwood Orchids, past president of the American Orchid Society and the Orchid Digest Corp., as well as managing editor of Orchid Digest magazine. He is survived by his wife, Ann, three daughters, three grandchildren and a sister.
JOHN HOWARD BROADBENT JR. 53, of Fullerton, Calif.; Sept. 3, 1999, at the age of 71. He was past president of the Orange County Trojan Club. Surviving are his wife, MaryLou, three children and three grandchildren.
ROBERT L. PARKER MS 56, of Alta Loma, Calif.; Dec. 2, 1997, at the age of 74. He was a retired engineer for Jones & Jones Industrial Engineering. He was a World War II Army Air Corps veteran. Parker is survived by his wife, Dorothy Jean, a son, two daughters, two stepsons, two stepdaughters, four grandchildren and 11 step-grandchildren.
JOAN SPARLING 58, of Aspen, Colo.; March 28, 1999, of oral cancer, at the age of 62. She was a generous contributor to USC, both of her time and financially, one of a long line of Sparlings who attended and supported the University. Among those who also attended USC were her two brothers and sister: Raymond, Steven and Marilyn, all of whom are living and reside in California. Her father, Raymond, played football at USC. Her mother, Hazel Tuck, and her mothers sister, Helen Tucker, also attended USC. Both were Helens of Troy. During her own student days, she held student government offices, belonged to Delta Gamma, was a Helen of Troy and graduated magna cum laude. She was a life member of Cardinal and Gold, the Orange County Alumni Association and the Trojan Guild. She worked as a dental hygienist for 22 years. For the remaining years of her life, she worked in real estate and created her own investment business. She is survived by her siblings, two children and two grandchildren.
CARLFRED B. BRODERICK of Cerritos, Calif.; July 27, 1999, from cancer, at the age of 67. He was a professor of sociology in the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences at USC and executive director of the Universitys Marriage and Family Therapy Training Program. He was director of USCs Human Relations Center, which trains graduate students in marriage and family counseling, and chaired the sociology department from 1989 to 1991. A relationship counselor himself, Brodericks research findings and views on courtship, marriage and human sexuality were featured in Time, Life, Newsweek, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and many other publications. A lively and humorous speaker, he was a frequent guest on radio and television talk shows appearing 10 times on Johnny Carsons The Tonight Show during the 1970s. Among the many books he wrote were Understanding Families (Sage, 1993), the widely used college text Marriage and the Family (Prentice-Hall, 1979, 1983, 1988, 1992) and Couples: How to Confront Problems and Maintain Loving Relationships (Simon and Schuster, 1979). He was editor of A Decade of Research and Action on the Family (National Council on Family Relations, 1971) and co-editor (with J. Bernard) of The Individual, Sex and Society (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1969). He married the former Kathleen A. State in 1952; the couple raised eight children.
DANA BARTLETT FISHER of Los Angeles; July 11, 1999, at the age of 80. He was the son of Wayne Fisher and grandson of philanthropist Elizabeth Holmes Fisher, benefactor of USCs Fisher Gallery, and a member of a prominent Los Angeles family that helped shape the growth and character of the region. He was an early aviator, businessman and leader in California agriculture and water rights. He leaves behind his wife of 51 years, Betty, four children and eight grandchildren.
BERT MacLEECH of Los Angeles; Aug. 26, 1999, from heart failure, at the age of 90. An associate professor of special education at USCs Rossier School of Education from 1967 to 1975, he was a USC emeritus professor and co-founder of one of the nations largest providers of services to the developmentally disabled. During that time, he was state president of the California Association of Professors in Special Education and co-chair of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradleys Task Force on the Handicapped. Among his publications was the Handbook on Mainstreaming for Regular Classroom Teachers. An advocate of home health-care options for the elderly and persons with disabilities, he was appointed in 1998 to the governing board of the In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority. He formed the Coalition for In-Home Supportive Services Reform, which has transformed services delivery in Los Angeles County, and was instrumental in forming the Personal Assistance Services Council, responsible for the monitoring of care providers in the county. Into the last month of his life he was active in the Senior Citizens Club at Angelus Plaza, the downtown Los Angeles complex where he lived, lecturing and leading discussions on Social Security reform and legislation and acting as a mentor to troubled teens.
PAUL D. SALTMAN of San Diego; Aug. 27, 1999, from cancer, at the age of 71. He was a faculty member for 14 years in the department of biochemistry and molecular biology at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. Following his time at USC, he joined the administration of UC San Diego, where he served as provost of Revelle College from 1967 to 1972 and as vice chancellor for academic affairs from 1972 to 1980. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Barbara, two sons and five grandchildren.
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