ALUMNI IN ACTION
26 JESUIT PERSPECTIVES • WINTER 2018-19
The Hon. Tom
Gallen ’50 recently
was recognized by
the Manatee County
Tom Gallen Jr. Day.
"Tom Gallen Jr.'s
the well-being of all
of race, creed,
color, or socio-economic status."
Gallen was an inaugural member of the
He was a law partner from 1960-85,
in the Florida legislature, in both the
House and Senate. In 1985, Gallen
and then as Senior Circuit Judge until
with his wife, Linda.
’60 recently received
Loyola University New
Orleans’ highest honor,
the Integritas Vitae
of integrity,’ presented
annually to someone
Jesuit ideals and the
qualities Loyola seeks
to instill in its students, such as high
moral character and a commitment to
a tenured faculty position at Emory
University School of Medicine to begin
his mission to serve those in need in
Peru. He established a foundation,
Villa la Paz (Home of Peace), with
his father, Anthony, and his brother
that collects funds
to cover medical care and food for the
destitute in his community. “For the
last 35 years, Dr. Lazzara has made the
world a better place as he continues to
president of Loyola University.
Msgr. Robert Gibbons ’67 recently
led a group of parishioners at
St. Paul’s Catholic Church in St.
Petersburg on a pilgrimage to the
Holy Land, which was chronicled
recently in the Tampa Bay Times
with a feature story and photo slideshow.
Gibbons is pictured celebrating
Christmas Eve Mass in the St.
Jerome’s Room below the Church of
the Nativity in Bethlehem.
Ken Hogue ’80 was promoted to
Vice President of Human Resources
for Old World Industries of North-
PEAK, BlueDEF, Eiko, Herculiner and
Final Charge, Old World Industries
manufactures and sells automotive
products and chemicals around the
globe in more than 60 countries.
Colorado Rockies as hitting coach.
Magadan has been a big league
hitting coach for the past 16 seasons,
including the past three with
their lowest batting average in team
batting average and .390 on-base
Mark Woodard ’76 recently was
honored for his 30-year career
as the County
He started in
in 1988 as a
spoke at Jesuit’s annual Veterans
Day Convocation in November (see
p. 14). He is pictured after Convocation,
second from the right, with
his brothers (L-R) Charles Hahn ’87,
Mike Hahn ’80, and Jeff Hahn ’84, in
front of Jesuit’s Gonzmart Hall.
and Kevin O’Brien ’81 recently
contributed free legal services to
other Jesuit alumni, during the
holiday season. On Tuesday nights
in November and December,
members of the Tampa-area legal
community provided pro bono legal
consultation to people in need at
Metropolitan Ministries. Pictured L-R
are Mooney, Stichter, Guerra, and
O’Brien with attorney Natasha Khoyi
of Booth & Cook.
and Rick Hurley ’77
are producing a documentary called
stopwar.today has information
about the documentary and Cory
and Hurley’s mission to educate
people about the full spectrum of
the costs of war on every level, and
promote peace and peacebuilding.
said Hurley, a lawyer and veteran’s
advocate who works to help
disabled veterans overcome the
physical and psychological wounds
of war. Cory, who is Hurley’s law
partner, is a military veteran and
college instructor. Cory and Hurley
co-host The Veterans News Hour