helped many young people excel in the subject.
Survivors: his wife, Janet; his son, Nicholas; a
brother; and a sister.
Norman A. Stoner, JD ’ 40, of Los Gatos, Calif.,
October 21, at 97, after a short illness. He
served in the Navy during World War II. While
at Stanford, he and his brother opened a
breakfast delivery service at Encina Hall, delivering a roll and orange juice to students in
their rooms for 20 cents per day. After the
war, he had a private law practice in estate
and trust affairs and was later associated with
the firm Mount, Spelman & Fingerman. He
practiced law in San Jose for 50 years and
was presented with an award from the Santa
Clara Bar Association in recognition of his service. He was predeceased by his wife, Shirley,
MA ’ 77. Survivors: his children, Robert, Martin,
’ 71, and Douglas; and a brother, Gerald, ’ 42,
MBA ’ 49.
Bernard John Favaro, JD ’ 49, of Cupertino,
February 14, at 91. He served in the Marines
during World War II and earned 13 battle stars.
After graduating from Stanford, he served as
deputy district attorney of Santa Cruz County
and then founded a law firm that became
Favaro, Lavezzo, Gill, Caretti & Heppell. He was
deeply involved in local, national and international swimming and was a founding member
of the international swimming (FINA) doping
panel. He loved physical activity and the outdoors, and he swam laps and hiked trails in
Yosemite well into his 80s. He was predeceased by his wife, Jeanne (Roberts, MA ’ 47).
Survivors: his children, Joanna, John, Ken, ’ 78,
MBA ’83, Jim, ’ 78, Paul, ’80, and BJ; 14 grandchildren, including Alexander, ’ 12; and three
Howard M. Daschbach Jr., JD ’ 51, of Atherton,
February 9, at 87, after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. He served in the Army during
World War II. After law school he established
his practice in Menlo Park and provided counsel to individuals and families for 43 years. He
was a 57-year parishioner at St. Raymond
Catholic Church and a longtime member of
the Menlo Circus Club, where he enjoyed playing tennis. He was a loyal San Francisco Giants
fan and was happiest playing dominos with his
children and grandchildren. Stanford Associates awarded him a five-year service pin. He
was predeceased by his daughter Michele
Fast. Survivors: his wife of 59 years, Leonore;
his children LeeLee Cusenza, Rooney, Lisa
Fuerst, Laura Pitchford and Mark, ’84; 18
grandchildren, including Doyle Pitchford, ’ 13;
two great-granddaughters; and a sister.
76 july/august 2012
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Stuart Burden, ’84, san Francisco
Ashwin Adarkar, ’86, Ms ’87, MBa ’92,
Vice President for Alumni Affairs and
President, Stanford Alumni Association
Howard E. Wolf, ’80, stanford
Subhan Ali, Ms ’09, PhD ’ 14, stanford
Chuck Armstrong, jD ’ 67, seattle
Paige Arnof-Fenn, ’87, Cambridge, Mass.
Shruthi Baskaran, ’ 12, stanford
Greg Boardman, stanford
Marisa Brutoco-SaintMeyer, ’00, jD ’04,
DeAngela Burns-Wallace, ’96, Columbia, Mo.
Edith Ngan Chan, ’87, Hong Kong
Karletta Chief, ’98, Ms ’00, Henderson, Nev.
John Fernandes, ’86, MBa ’91, san Francisco
Jim Friend, ’ 75, New york
Wallace Hawley, ’ 60, atherton
Robert Hellman Jr., ’82, atherton
John L. Hennessy, stanford
Mary Himinkool, ’04, Ma ’04, san Francisco
Andrew Howard, ’98, los angeles
Carolee Nance Kolve, ’ 67, Palm Desert, Calif.
Hilary Lieberman Link, ’91, New york
Bruce W. McCaul, Ms ’ 63, PhD ’ 69, Palo alto
Ruthanne Mefford, ’ 77, sugar land, texas
Wendy Munger, ’ 72, south Pasadena, Calif.
Paul Ormond, ’ 71, MBa ’ 73, Ottawa Hills, OH
Reiko Osaki, ’00, san Francisco
Quan Luong Phung, ’92, los angeles
Kelley Price, ’ 72, Medina, Wash.
Jennifer Chavez Rubio, ’95, Washington, D.C.
Ole Jens Rummel, ’89, london
Rick Sapp, ’ 78, Rancho santa Fe, Calif.
Karen Springen, ’83, Chicago
Jon Streeter, ’ 78, Berkeley
Lindsay Arnold Sugden, ’02, MBa ’ 10,
Jeff Wachtel, ’ 79, stanford
Jake Young Jr., ’ 78, Mill Valley, Calif.