SISTER VIRGINIA RODEE (B.A., M.A. ’74) is assistant vice president for mission and ministry at USD. She serves as chaplain to the USD Alumni Board and as moderator for the Alumnae/i of the Sacred Heart. Sister Virginia also serves on the board of trustees for St. Madeline Sophie’s Center for adults with developmental disabilities; the Kraemer Endowment board of trustees, which secures funds for St. Madeline Sophie’s Center; and the Conrad N. Hilton Fund for Sisters committee, which distributes funds to religious congregations in all parts of the world.
PETER JUNGERS (BBA) is retired from his position as a district manager for the San Diego Park and Recreation Department. “I attended last season’s homecoming football game,” he writes. “I was honored along with many of my 1956 teammates. We were the school’s first football team. It was great seeing old classmates. The athletics department did a great job for us, and has developed a very excellent sports
STEWART TAYLOR (BBA) is retired from Bank of America and is a member of the Bonita, Calif., Kiwanis Club. In 1958-59, Stewart belonged to the USD Circle K Club, which was sponsored by the San Diego Kiwanis Club. “Vice President Richard Nixon handed me my diploma,” Stewart remembers.