1950s & 1960s


ROSALIE PARKMAN (B.A.) is retired and living in Tucson, Ariz. “I am enjoying a summer home in the mountains, connecting with good friends and writing (hopefully, if it ever gets finished) a children’s book.”


SISTER LINDA HAYWARD (B.A., M.A. ’68) spent 10 days in New Orleans nine months after Hurricane Katrina for a retreat and to witness the effects of the storm.


MARITA ANGLETON SHEEHAN (B.A.) is assistant academic dean and professor of pediatrics at the Texas Tech University School of Medicine in Amarillo, Texas. “I am a pediatrician and teach medical students and residents. I also serve as academic dean for medical students and residency programs at this campus.”


RICHARD GRAY (B.A.) is training in Washington, D.C., for a new assignment as management officer at the U.S. Consulate in Naples, Italy. “I’m happy to meet USD alumni if you visit Naples during the next three years!”

EVA (VIDAS) YOUNG (M.ED.) is a professor for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, where she teaches aviation/aerospace, management, humanities, and literature and writing.


THOMAS WOOD (J.D.) still lives in Carlsbad and drives 1 1/2 miles to work. His office is just blocks from the beach in the village area. Thomas and wife Barbara have two grown children — both married — and two grandchildren.


DENNIS DIEMOZ (J.D.) is the chief legal officer for United Space Alliance in Houston. He is responsible for legal, internal audit, security, technology protection and export control functions. United Space Alliance operates the space shuttle and the International Space Station for NASA.

KENT LEVIS (J.D.) plans to retire in April 2008. He is a judge for the Fresno County Superior Court and, having completed a two-year stint as misdemeanor presiding member of a criminal law education committee, is now sitting on a general trial assignment. He bought a second home in Cambria, Calif.