Class Notes

Class Notes Update

Historically, Xavier’s Class Notes has been featured in our Connections magazine. In a conscious effort to go green and maintain Xavier’s STEAM goals, Class Notes is now available online. Similarly, in order to maintain continuity as well as keep our community informed the featured notes will be updated twice a year (January and July). As the feature note is updated the prior will be archived as a viewable PDF available at all times. Class Notes featured prior to May 2017 are available through our Office of Alumnae Relations and are physically archived on campus in the Xavier Archive.

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Showing Class Notes 1960-1964

Loretta McCarthy was named to Forbes 50 over 50.


Some of the Class of 1963 celebrate a special birthday dinner.


The Class of 1962 celebrated 60 years of friendship.


Elaine Voita Patterson, Rita Eckert Cleveland, Barbara Rifley Van Houten, Terry Hanson and Pat Driscoll Peachey gathered for dinner recently in Phoenix.


Karen Elise Clay lives in Downers Grove, Illinois. She is a practicing metaphysical therapist and spiritual guide.


Sister Lynn Winsor was interviewed on ABC national news for the anniversary of Title IX. meet-the-nun-who-became-a- trailblazer-for-girls-sports/

Faculty & Staff

Sister Lynn Winsor was inducted into the National interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association Hall of Fame in December. She now has her own bobble head!

Faculty & Staff

This year Sister Lynn Winsor gave her 39th speech on How to Meet a Brophy Boy, right before the Frosh Mixer. She and Mr. Dave Van Sickle teamed up for two Frosh Mixers because of Covid canceling the Class of 2024 Frosh Mixer last year.


Eileen Brennan is a Research Professor of Social Work at the Regional Research Institute for Human Services at Portland State University. Her most recent research focuses on the study of support for employed parents of children and youth with special health care needs. Earlier this year she participated in the Work and Family Researchers Network international conference by leading a Roundtable on Work, Family, and Disability. 


Joette Corriere Lookabaugh is an elected County Prosecutor after 30 years of practicing law. She travels between Goodyear, AZ and a summer home on the Snake River in Idaho. She has been married to Steve for 30 years and they have four sons and 10 grandchildren. She enjoys golf, pilates and is very interested in maintaining a conscious connection with the Holy Spirit.

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