Class Notes: 1975
After 38 years, Scott Jenkins has retired from practicing business and real estate law at Hahn & Hahn LLP on June 29, 2023.
Jenkins has been the lead attorney on many significant real estate projects in the Pasadena area. Jenkins has also proudly represented many well-respected local businesses and non-profit entities in Pasadena.
Jenkins has been a leader in many local charities and civic groups, currently serving as Chair of the Board for Forest Lawn Cemeteries and Mortuaries, a Director of Huntington Hospital, and a Life Director of the Tournament of Roses, which he intends to continue in retirement.
Carol Brandt is a Senior Project Control Analyst for Environmental Science Associates (ESA). She is a founding member of the Cal Women’s Crew Team (1975). Carol lives in Petaluma, CA with husband Gregg. She is a published photographer and loves the outdoors, taking photos of birds, landscapes and everything else in between!
Frank Kilpatrick announces that Stay Alive, his award-winning Mental Health documentary, was released on Friday on Amazon Prime. https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B09KDXDF36/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_r The film features Kevin Hines (“The man who jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge and lived”), noted UCLA psychiatrist Mark Goulston, MD, and musician Rayko. www.StayAliveVideo.com
Judy Kutulas, professor emerita of history and gender and sexuality studies, retired after 35 years of teaching U.S. history, gender studies, and popular culture at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. She plans to spend her time finishing a manuscript on depictions of motherhood in sitcoms, as well as further indulging her hobby, pottery. Her last book, After Aquarius Dawned, looked at popular culture in the 1970s, coinciding with her time spent in Berkeley. Some of the research and photographs came from the Bancroft Library.
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