USD Magazine, Winter 2004


the University of Washington and is an associate clinical professor at the Un iversity of Hawaii Medical School's Department of Surgery. Alfred has been in private practice in orolaryngology in Honolulu since 1986.... Michael Mullen lives in Sc. Petersburg, Fla., and sails most of che rime. 1976 UNDERGRADUATE ALUMNI Mary (Martell) Coury and her husband Tom Coury have four children and reside in Chandler, Ariz. Tom has been a private pilot and the couple now live in an airpark and have an airplane hangar attached co their home. Their oldest son, Thomas Coury II '01 , accends Kirksville College of Medicine and is married to Heidi Collins '01. Mary and Tom's ocher three children are in college.... Marilyn (Douglas) Ditty served as a dele– gate ro the Un ited Nations Internacional Year on Aging, and as a White House Conference on Aging delegate in 1981 and 1995, a post she is expected co hold again in 2005. She currently does research in the field of gerontology on health and wellness in later years. She also focuses on elderly nutrition, the pre– vention of falls and home modifica– tion for che elderly. GRADUATE AND LAW SCHOOL ALUMNI Sally Ann Zoll (M.Ed. '76, Ed.D. '90), president and chief operating officer of LearnScar, which provides an educational sofrware system to schools, was honored with the "Emerging Company CEO Award" in August by che Mecroplex Technology Business Council at its annual Tech Titans award ceremony to celebrate growth and innovations in technology. 1977 UNDERGRADUATE ALUMNI Marianne (Mathewson) Chapman received her M.S.N. from UCLA in 1977. She served in the National Guard in California, Pennsylvania and Florida, served in Desert Storm, and pursued her Ph.D. in nursing, with minors in anthropol– ogy and gerontology. Marianne com– pleted a post-doctorate fellowship, specializing in men with prostate can– cer. She lives in Washington, D.C., where she works as a nurse executive

Larry Bouche recently was pro– moted to district manager for the 3E company, which provides services tai– lored to fulfill environment, health and safety compliance to require– ments by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Department of Transportation and che Environmental Protection Agency.... Lorraine (Rubino) Baumann works for che Navy as a wildlife biologist studying birds, including both least terns and snowy plovers. She enjoys painting in her spare rime and for 10 years has vol– unteered at the Blue Sky Ecological Reserve. Her son, Jonathan, is a sophomore at UCSB, and her daughter is a freshman ac Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. Her husband, Tom, is the chief financial officer for Graham Webb Internacional in Carlsbad, Calif. ... Fred Carmel works for Vincennes University in Indiana, where he is the director of Northern Indiana Business and Industry. He's also pursuing his master's degree in elec– tronics and computer technology at Indiana Scace University, and expects co graduate in Spring 2004.... Kernan Chaisson retired from the Forecast Internacional News Group, which publishes a series of electronic newsletters and larger market intelli– gence reports on the latest news and high-level analysis of programs in the aerospace industry. He says his responsibilities include analyzing electronic programs and covering defense budget and policy issues at the Pentagon, White House and Capitol Hill. 1974 UNDERGRADUATE ALUMNI Deborah (Cuyler) Lambert recently was named educator of the year for 2002-03 for the Clark County School District in Las Vegas. She was chosen from among 14,000 teachers for the honor. 1975 UNDERGRADUATE ALUMNI Connie (Rozmus) Cahill contin– ues her career as an elementary school teacher at the Bonsall Union School District, where she's worked for 27 years.... Alfred Liu graduated from Baylor College of Medicine in 1979. He completed his residency at Air Force in 1985, and is the Washington, D.C., editor for

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