’60 Jerry Guy retired July 1, 2000, after serving 40 years as a public school educator. For the past 28 years he had served as principal of the Barnstable-West Barnstable Elementary School on Cape Cod. He now looks forward to having more time to pursue a variety of interests.
’64 Ronald Stovitz was reappointed as a review judge of the California State Bar Court by the California State Supreme Court. He has been a review judge since the State Bar Court was established in 1989, and had been reappointed twice. Prior to serving as a judge, Ron served as an attorney in the State Bar’s office of trial counsel, which prosecutes attorney misconduct.
’68 Robert Gracy (Ph.D.), associate vice president of research at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, received the International Achievement Award for Science and Medicine from the World Affairs Council of Greater Fort Worth at its annual awards banquet in September. Robert oversees all areas of research and technology transfer, and has trained scientists and physicians from more than a dozen countries on four continents. He maintains active research and educational collaborations with academic and industrial centers in Europe and Asia, and his research focuses on components of aging such as Alzheimer’s disease, vision impairment and wound healing. He also serves as a consultant and sits on the board of several pharmaceutical, health care and biotechnology associations, and assisted the city of Fort Worth in the development of the Medical Industry Complex.