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Monty Recipients

The Montys honor SDSU's most distinguished alumni and friends.

  • William E. Cole (2014)
  • Catherine Stiefel (2013)
  • Craig Stevens (2012)
  • Susan Nowakowski (2010)
  • Stephen Coslik (2009)
  • Mark McMillin (2008)
  • Linda Lang (2007)
  • Art Flaming (2006)
  • Brent Wilkes (2005)
  • Gerald Davee (2004)
  • Dee Coffman (2003)
  • Tom Darcy (2002)
  • Art Nicholas (2001)
  • Ralph Rubio (2000)
  • Frederick Watson Pierce, IV (1999)
  • Ralph R. Pesqueira (1998)
  • Raymond V. Dittamore (1997)
  • Randy J. Johnson (1995)
  • F. Duwaine Townsen (1994)
  • James D. Sinegal (1993)
  • Arthur R. Barron (1992)
  • James S. Brown (1991)
  • Arch H. Rambeau (1990)
  • Jack W. Goodall (1989)
  • Robert N. Beck (1988)
  • Robert T. Sprouse* (1987)
  • James M. Sweeney (1986)
  • Walter A. Turner (1985)
  • Ronald H. Kendrick* (1984)
  • S. Donley Ritchey (1983)
  • H. Michael Stansbury (1982)
  • Timothy M. Considine (1981)
  • Earl B. Gilliam* (1980)
  • Thomas F. Carter (1979)
  • Paul C. Barkley* (1978)
  • Norman E. Brinker* (1977)
  • R. Gene Brown (1976)
  • Carlos A. Cazares (1975)
  • Jack W. Goodall (1974)
  • Robert T. Sprouse* (1973)
  • L. Robert Payne (1972)

Distinguished Alumni

  • Doug Collier (Volcom Inc.)
  • Norm Fjeldheim (Qualcomm Inc.)
  • Linda Lang (Jack-in-the-Box)
  • Jerry Halamuda (Color Spot Nurseries)
  • Art Nicholas (Nicholas Investment Partners)
  • Bob Payne (Multi-Ventures, Mission Valley Hilton)
  • Ralph Pesqueria (El Indio Restaurants)
  • Zane Rowe (Apple Inc.)
  • Susan Salka (AMN Healthcare Services Inc.)
  • Neil Schloss (Ford Motor Company)
  • Rick Tigner (Kendall-Jackson Winery)

Honorary Doctorates

  • Linda Lang (2013)
  • Leonard Lavin (2012)
  • Malin Burnham (2009)
  • Ronald Fowler (2005)

* Deceased

The Aztec Warrior statue in Student Services

The Aztec Warrior, AKA Monty

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