This is a list of notable alumni of Pacific Union College, a highly ranked private liberal arts college in California's Napa Valley.
Pacific Union College has produced a large number of distinguished alumni for a school of its size. It has been noted for being the "training ground for an inordinately large number of outstanding physicians, dentists, nurses, teachers and theologians" who make up part of its over 50,000 alumni. PUC's notable alumni include members of the United States Congress and California State Assembly; a Harlem Renaissance poet, a professional smooth jazz saxophonist, and others in the arts; multiple presidents of the World Seventh-day Adventist Church, judges, the founder of the Loma Linda University Medical Center, Glendale Adventist Medical Center and Glendale Adventist Hospital; presidents of many institutions of higher education including the University of Houston, La Sierra University and others; among the alumni also numerous scientists, professors, television personalities and even a surgeon in the Japanese Imperial Army.
- ^ Angwin Community Council website "Angwin: Then and Now" page. Accessed 2011-09-10.
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- ^ Watkins, Holly (2003). "Marnie Breckenridge at Pacific Union College". PUC News & Events. Retrieved 2 November 2011.
- ^ Spurgeon, Kristi. "President Jon Dybdahl to retire effective August 31, 2006". Walla Walla University website. Retrieved 19 November 2011.
- ^ Fimrite, Peter (1 February 2007). "JACK KIRK: 1906-2007 / The 'Dipsea Demon' was a renowned runner, curmudgeon". Pacific Union College News and Events Archive. Retrieved 19 November 2011.
- ^ Lee, Julie Z. (9 November 2007). "Assemblyman Nakanishi Visits PUC". Pacific Union College News and Events Archive. Retrieved 15 May 2011.
- ^ Thomas, Robert (15 May 1998). "Wesley A. Pomeroy, 78, Security Chief at Woodstock Festival". New York Times. Retrieved 15 May 2011.
- ^ Brigadier General Loree K. Sutton, M.D.
- ^ de Barros, Paul (8 September 2011). "Smooth-jazz sax man Kyle Wolverton comes home". Seattle Times. Retrieved 10 September 2011.