Titan Alumni came back to beat the current Varsity team 18-15 in the Alumni vs Varsity Baseball Game last week.
- Arnab Gupta (Class of '96, formerly GE/Agilent Technology Business Development, now an entrepreneur)
- Takayuki Furuyama (Founder of イトナプ石巻, a post-3/11 initiative to get 100 IT specialists coming out of Ishinomaki)
- Yoshihiro Kurashige (取締役 at Netyear Zero, one of Japan's oldest Internet companies)
- Dong Yol Lee (early evangelist of startup culture in Japan and Korea/founder of Startup Weekend Japan)
This is the fifth year since the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami. It is also the fifth year that Arnab Gupta '96 is conducting this event and fundraising initiative. His target is to raise JPY1m and is aiming to raise the remaining JPY700,000 over the next five days prior to the deadline.
Extend your generousity for this important cause.
ReadyFor crowdfunding campaign page:
We regret to inform the SM community of the untimely death of Eduardo Laurel (Class of '75) who is the younger brother of Benjie Laurel (Class of '71). Eduardo's untimely passing was due to a blood infection.
RIP fellow Titan
St. Mary’s alumni met Dec. 12 at the Hondaya Japanese Restaurant in Los Angeles for a bonenkai.
Shown (left to right) are Ken Watanabe (Class of 1977), Robert Deckle (Class of 1977), George Ko (Class of 1977) and Kent Hori (Class of 1987).
I must regretfully inform you all that Billy Grossmann, an established architect, a former leader of the horn section of the band, a 101-lbs Kanto Plain wrestling Champion, an Honor student, the member of the class of 1975, and a man with great smile, passed away on September 22, 2015, in Sydney, Australia, after a long illness. No words can express the loss, but we will forever remember him as a great human being of many talents.
The funeral will be held on September 30 in Sydney. He is survived by his mother.
The St. Mary's Class of '75 invites all fellow Titans (and extended family and friends) to help us celebrate our momentous 40th Reunion, to be held in Tokyo from October 16 to 18, 2015. We have planned a number of events that should bring back fond memories and create even more to share with friends both new and old.
The 2015 Titans Cup is right around the corner. While participation has been somewhat on the decline over the past few years, we’re looking to re-energize this long-standing traditional event with a great turn-out this year! So, please mark your calendars for Saturday, Oct. 24 and have a look at the following information for further details:
On behalf of his non-profit "Mission Himalaya" Class of 1979 Bibhu Thakur is presented a Letter of Appreciation by the Prinicipal of Shree Bhawani School which was damaged by the April 25 earthquake in Nepal.
Go Titans !