Clarence P. Hilbrick, Eng ’64
Dorothy Moroney Herro, Nurs ’64
Gerald B. Hauser, Grad ’64
Jerry M. Gasser, Dent ’64
Thomas T. Bellino, Ph.D., Arts ’64, brings his experience as a pediatric neuropsychologist and U.S. Navy psychologist during the Vietnam War to his debut novel,Bac Si: A Novel. The story takes place in Vietnam and on Marquette’s campus.
David Szucs, Arts ’64, and Charlotte (Toma) Szucs, Sp ’64, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Dec. 26, 2014 with a dinner with family and friends. They met at their freshman mixer and dated throughout college.
Dan Kain, Arts ’64, was inducted into the Boston/New England chapter of the Silver Circle of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for his contribution to the community and television industry.
Dennis Herrick, Jour ’64, wrote a mystery novel, A Brother’s Cold Case, which is based in and around Albuquerque, N.M.
P.L. Mulvihill, Law ’64,
Raymond A. Noonan, Dent ’64,