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Alumni News from Loyola High School of Los Angeles

Alumni News · Winter 2021 | Issue No. 15

Remembering Mrs. K – A Tribute to Janie Kuhnmuench

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Alumni News · Winter 2021 | Issue No. 15

George Paton ’87 Named GM of NFL’s Denver Broncos

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Alumni News · Winter 2021 | Issue No. 15

Deacon Albert Graff ’36 Celebrates 102nd Birthday

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Alumni News · Winter 2021 | Issue No. 15

Keith Jones ’79 Appointed as State Department’s New CIO

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Alumni News · Winter 2021 | Issue No. 15

Veteran Wesley Willard ’98 Now on Frontline Fighting COVID-19

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Remembering Mrs. K – A Tribute to Janie Kuhnmuench

George Paton ’87 Named GM of NFL’s Denver Broncos

Deacon Albert Graff ’36 Celebrates 102nd Birthday

Keith Jones ’79 Appointed as State Department’s New CIO

Veteran Wesley Willard ’98 Now on Frontline Fighting COVID-19

Alumni Notes

Loyola High Alumni go on to be agents of change in their communities long after their time on campus. Let us in on what you’ve been doing since you’ve graduated by submitting an alumni note!

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Tony Shelton '67

“I retired in 2020 after 41 years at Cornell University where I was an International Professor of Entomology. My wife and I now split our time between the Finger Lakes Region of New York, where I can sail and bike for 8 months, and Santa Barbara, where I don’t have to shovel snow!”


John Debney '74

The Emmy-winning film and television composer’s work on the 2020 musical fantasy film Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey was recognized by the Oscars. Jingle Jangle made the shortlist in multiple categories, including Music (Original Score).


Craig Bowers '92

Craig Bowers ’92 (right) and his “South Los Angeles Beverage Company” were featured by SpectrumNews and the LA Times. To give back to his home city, proceeds from his first beer release in late 2020 went back to South Central as Chromebooks were purchased for underserved students in the area.

Dan Hoedeman '99

Hoedeman, who received an honorary diploma from then-Loyola President Fr. Robert Walsh, SJ, continues to impact his local community through the game of soccer. The former Cub soccer player and diver co-founded a club of his own, Minneapolis City SC and was profiled in this story here.

Fr. Sean Carroll, SJ

Fr. Sean O. Carroll, SJ, who was a former scholastic, coach and social studies teacher at Loyola in the early 1990s, has been selected to serve as the next provincial of the Jesuits West Province. “Fr. Carroll, SJ has a good heart and soul. He taught here at Loyola as part of his Jesuit training, so we have someone who knows us well, just like former Provincial Fr. Scott Santarosa, SJ did.” – Fr. Greg Goethals, SJ ‘73

Joaquin Torres '93

Torres was appointed the next Assessor-Recorder of the City and County of San Francisco earlier this month. Since 2018, he served as Director of the Office of Economic and Workforce Development where he significantly increased support for small businesses and firmly centered racial equity in the department’s mission and operations.

Keith Ramsey '98

Ramsey has found a new, creative way to share about his experience as a former Minor League ballplayer. The baseball coach in Manhattan Beach started a podcast titled “Heading for Home” where he interviews friends and former teammates, focusing on life and the journey of reaching the Major Leagues.


Tim Collins '01

The Senior Associate Athletic Director (AD) at Fresno State University was recently honored as one of the nation’s best Assistant Athletic Directors. Prior to Fresno State, he was the Associate AD for Development at Wyoming.


Clayton Evans '11

Now a physics and engineering teacher in Oakland, Clayton Evans ’11 was featured in the Smithsonian Magazine piece titled “The State of American Craft Has Never Been Stronger.”

Jerry Neuheisel '11

The former Loyola Football player was promoted to assistant coach at UCLA, where he will be the Bruins’ new wide receivers coach. Neuheisel played in Westwood from 2012 to 2015 and earned three varsity letters while playing at Loyola.

Max Hazzard '15

Hazzard, an all-state honoree who played basketball at Loyola from 2011 to 2015, joined Klutch Sports Group Agency to work as an executive assistant to NBA agent and fellow Cub, Omar Wilkes ’03. Hazzard graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a degree in sociology and earned a master’s in entrepreneurship at the University of Arizona last year.


Kevin Parada '20

Already one of the nation’s top freshman baseball players, Parada has made a big splash in his collegiate debut for the No. 15-ranked Georgia Tech Baseball program. On Feb. 24th, Parada went 4-for-4 and hit the first home run of his career in a win over Mercer. He was also ranked No. 2 in Baseball America’s “Top 25 New Additions to College Baseball” list.

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Caruso Hall Update

Cross Country Team Officially Begins Season

After nearly a year-long hiatus, the Cross Country team became the first Loyola sport to participate in official competition.

Loyola Brings Ash Wednesday to Cub Homes

Campus Ministry hand-packaged blessed ashes, included a dedicated prayer and mailed them to every students’ household.

Senior Project Celebrates 40th Anniversary

The 40th anniversary of the Senior Service Project was reinvented to include an online format this year in lieu of a “direct service” experience.

Calling All Cubs
Calling All Cubs: Engineers Needed!

The cyberCubs, Loyola’s Robotics team, is looking for mentors! If you are an engineer, please consider volunteering. Click to find out how you can assist our group of Cubs.

Campus News
Lenten Streamed Masses

Members of the Jesuit Community that serve both Loyola and Verbum Dei high schools will preside at Masses throughout Lent, Holy Week and Easter Sunday.

In Memoriam
Prayer Requests & In Memoriam

To request prayers or notify Loyola of a loved one’s passing, please share your special intentions by filling out the form here.

What's New
Interchange 49

Interchange 49: Get ready for Loyola’s Magical Virtual Event and Mystery Drive-Thru Tour! Save the Date for Saturday, March 27th

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