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Alumni News News and notes about your Pacific McGeorge classmates and friends 36 summer 20 1 3 won a $2 million verdict in Riverside Superior Court in an auto v. pedestrian case. He is a senior partner at Kinkle, Rodiger & Spriggs. | Pamela King was named to the San Bernardino County Superior Court by Gov. Jerry Brown. She has served as a county deputy public defender since 1998 after beginning her career as a deputy district attorney and practicing law for eight years with Markman Arczyski Hanson Curly & Slough in Rancho Cucamonga. Her husband, Jeffrey King, ’76, is a justice on the California Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District. | John Taylor won an $8.76 million verdict in Los Angeles Superior Court in a wrongful death, police shooting case. He is a senior partner at Taylor & Ring LLP. 1958 Edward J. Garcia was the subject of a lengthy profile in the Sacramento Bee. He is retiring after 25 years of service as a judge on the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California. 1973 Ken Meleyco negotiated a $4.75 million settlement in San Joaquin Superior Court for the family of a special-needs student who was molested by a Lodi Unified School District bus driver in 2010. Meleyco is a principal in the Law Offices of Kenneth L. Meleyco in Stockton. 1974 Dennis Seley has joined Reynolds Maddux LLP in Auburn in an of counsel capacity, and his practice now focuses on business law, product liability and real estate. 1975 Ron Blubaugh received the Fr. McDermott Award for Integrity from the St. Thomas More Society of Sacramento in recognition of his public service career and his advocacy and legal service on behalf of the poor. He is a retired administrative law judge. | Constance Picciano was cocounsel for a successful defense team in a U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California, in a prisoner’s rights case. She is a deputy attorney general with the state Department of Justice. 1976 David Boyd has joined Porter Scott in Sacramento in an of counsel capacity. His practice focuses on defense of a variety of professionals. 1977 Lloyd Connelly was the subject of a feature story in the Sacramento Bee. He is retiring as a judge of the Sacramento Superior Court after 20 years on the bench. | Bruce Disenhouse John Taylor, ’77


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