Faye Mondschein Sarkowsky ‘51
Faye served as an active board member and leader of many major arts and nonprofit organizations, including the Seattle Art Museum, Children's Hospital, and the Washington Women's Foundation, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and ArtsFund. She was the first female president of PONCHO and the 5th Avenue Theater Association. In 1991 she received the Isabelle Coleman Pierce Award from the YWCA for excellence in community service. Faye received the Pennington award from Children's Hospital and was honored with the Jewish Federation Woman of Distinction Award.
Alan Dennis Vickery ‘63
Alan Dennis Vickery held a distinguished four decade history with the Seattle Fire Department, where he currently served as the assistant chief of operations. Prior to this he was responsible for all operational issues for the department's specialty teams. He is recognized for his proactive role in preparing firefighters to safely perform their jobs, using the latest technology available.
Gerard Tsutakawa ‘65
Gerard Tsutakawa is a world-renowned sculptor whose major works can be seen in private collection and in public spaces. He apprenticed with his father, the late George Tsutakawa, and later oversaw his father's fountain sculpture fabrication and installation. He then established himself as an accomplished sculptor in his own right, recognized for his elegant bronze fountains, with installations throughout the Northwest and Japan. One of his most famous public pieces is his nine-foot-tall bronze mitt, named "The Mitt," located at the northwest entrance of Safeco Field.