Allen Kelley Stone, '60 B.S. Police Science, author of Police English, is currently a commissioner at the North Orange County Municipal Court.
Robert E. Alberti, '62 M.A. Education, coauthored the seventh edition of Your Perfect Right, a book about assertiveness.(picture enclosed)
Bonnie R. James, '62 B.A. Education, was recently appointed vice chancellor of operations for the Los Angeles Community College District.
Cecelia S. Arnold, '63 B.A. Education, has retired after 30 years with the Los Angeles Unified School District. She plans to start a home-based travel agency.
Dennis Spencer, '63 B.S. Business Administration, has retired from hospital administration. He spends his time playing golf, traveling and baby-sitting his five grandchildren.
Ralph (-Rafas') F. Lopez-Urbina, '64 B.A. English, is founder and editor of the magazine Con Safos.
John E. Huerta, '65 B.A. Political Science, was recently appointed as the Smithsonian Institution's general counsel in Washington, D.C. Most recently, he was counsel to the Western Center on Law and Poverty in Los Angeles. He previously was Deputy Assistant U.S. Attorney General for Civil Rights during the Carter Administration.
Mack Queen, '65 B.S. Engineering, has been named vice president of manufacturing at Mitsubishi Consumer Electronics America, Inc.'s Santa Ana projection television plant.
Virginia Ulfeldt, '65 M.S., has written a novel, Forever the Land, based on her mother's life.
Ruby Fleming (Drayer), '66 B.A. Liberal Studies, is a homemaker and community volunteer.
Alan Sasaki, '66 B.A., has been with Los Angeles County for more than 25 years in auditing and information systems.
Janice V. Ackles, '67 B.A., is director of development for A Noise Within, Glendale's repertory theater company.
Patrick Nagatani, '67 B.A., was one of four visual artists who presented E.O. 9066, an exhibit on the Japanese-American internment experience during World War II. He is an associate professor of art at the University of New Mexico.
Antonio Rodriguez, '67 B.A. Social Welfare, practices law with his sister Isabelle in East Los Angeles.
Jorge Luiz Albertella, '68 B.A., a playwright who began writing stories at the age of 10, opened his play, Beginning at the End, at the Los Angeles Theater Center.
Bruce Leeds, '68 B.A. History, is an export-import adviser for Hughes Aircraft Company in El Segundo. In his 17-year career at Hughes, he has held several positions including import manager and manager of export/import operations. Before joining Hughes, he spent seven years with the U.S. Customs Service, the last four as senior import specialist. In addition, he is a member of the California State Bar and holds a Customs broker license.
Kay Arthur Martin, '68 B.A. Mathematics, has been working on several projects for TRW in Hawaii and Russia for the past few years.
Bob McVey, '68 B.S. Police Science, former Los Angeles Police Department Harbor Division commander, ran for the 27th State Senate seat. He has been an active volunteer for many area elected Republican officials. He has served in law enforcement for more than 35 years.
Ron Rodriguez, '68 Political Science, is a Boyle Heights elementary school teacher.
Gaymon Bennett, '69 M.A. American Studies, completed her Ph.D. in American Studies at Washington State University in 1982. She spent 24 years teaching English and is currently serving as chair of the Division of Language and Literature at Northwest Nazarene College.
Ernest H. Moreno, '69 B.A. Political Science, was recently named president of East Los Angeles College by the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees.
Willie E. Thompson, '69 B.A., has been a probation officer in Santa Monica for more than 30 years.