UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO / Spring 2008
1950s

[1953]

TERRY (TRUITT) WHITCOMB (B.A.) was re-elected for a second term to the executive committee of the San Diego Museum of Art. She also serves on the policy committee and chairs the acquisitions committee. In May, Terry was invited to the 400th anniversary of the Jamestown, Va., settlement. Terry is a direct descendent of a resident of the colony, the first permanent English settlement in America.

[1958]

NADINE (TREVORS) THOMAS (B.A.) has worked at EdenGardens, an assisted living home in South Carolina, for six years. Her son, Michael Trevors, has a restaurant and catering service in Poulsbo, Wash. “In my free time, I enjoy traveling and have been on many cruises and tours with my aunt over the past eight years: Ireland, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Morocco, the Panama Canal and the Caribbean,” she writes. “My time at USD is still one of my favorite memories. I attended my 50th high school reunion in Coronado in 2004. It was a wonderful experience, and I enjoyed touring USD during my stay.”