G. Patricia Mann, '51 B.A., is currently a caregiver for the elderly. She has been a social worker for 21 years.
David L. Jacobsohn, '52 B.A. '57 M.A. Education, retired from Cal State L.A. in 1983 as Professor Emeritus of Health and Safety Studies. He has been teaching part time for Central Michigan University for the past 8 years.
Maurice Krasnow, '52 B.A., '54 M.A. Sociology, is the author of It's Never Too Late to Have a Future: Adding Life to the Later Years. Through candid and touching interviews and insights into his own enlightenment, his book shows that seniors are society's most valuable asset.
Cleo C. Latimer, '53 B.A. Education, is retired and lives in Downey.
David E. Snyder, Jr., '54 B.S. Engineering, retired in January 1993 after 39 years in aerospace. He was with McDonnell- Douglas as senior director/program manager for 36 years.
John Diaz, '55 B.S. Business Administration-Accounting, was featured last spring on Making It: Minority Success Stories, a television program airing weekly on KTLA. He retired in 1990 from his own successful tax consulting business.
John Dalis, '56 B.S. Business Administration-Management, retired in December 1993 after 37 years at CalTrans.
Frank M. Witman, '56 B.A. English, is chairman of the board of the United Methodist Federal Credit Union.
Sidney Brickmann, '57 M.A. Education, is a contract hearing officer for the Los Angeles Department of Housing. He is a retired school district administrator who most recently served as elementary region superintendent for the Harbor Area.
Darwyn H. Lumley, '57 B.A. '67 M.A. American Studies, retired last August after 38 years of service in education.
Karl Koski, '58 B.S. Business Administration, '65 M.A., was honorary grand marshal for the 51st annual Camellia Festival parade last year. He served as city manager of Temple City for 25 years before his retirement in 1990.
Ken Steele, '58 B.S. Engineering, '73 M.A. Political Science, was promoted to the position of CalTrans District 7 Director. He was the director of two other Caltrans districts (6 and 8) before being named to the top post in District 7.
Sterling Williams, '58 B.A., '75 M.A. Education, is the assistant principal at John Muir High School in Pasadena. He served as acting principal for six months last year.
Russell R. Bradford, '59 B.S. Police Science, is the co-author of Introduction to Handwriting Examination and Identification, a book that provides investigators the fundamentals of handwriting examination. He has been working at Bradford Document Examinations in San Pedro for 23 years.
Nida Brinkis, '59 B.S. Chemistry, is a family law attorney who is considering entering the race for a judicial seat in the Citrus Municipal Court.
Thomas T. Samaras, '59 B.S. Engineering, is the author of The Truth About Your Height, a book on how human stature affects our performance, health, and environment.