Ted Randall performed with Pacific Crest in 1994, the corps' first ever competitive season. He is an annual Director's Circle Donor to the Tour Fund, and in this Alumni Spotlght he notes how the PC experience affected him and why he continues to give back.
Brian Stockard marched in the tenor line in 1996, and on snare in 1997 and 1999. Every show he ever marched with the corps was in California, as PC was still a local corps. He aged out in the 2000 Cadets snareline, but returned to PC as an instructor for the 2001 and 2002 seasons. He and his wife,
Meredith Galentine performed on alto bugle in 1996, 1997 and 1999. This past summer (2008) she reconnected with Pacific Crest by spending a few days on the cook staff when the corps travelled through the South.
Karen Gardner-Quinlan was a charter member of Pacific Crest. She performed in the color guard during our first year two years. Born and raised in the Diamond Bar/ Walnut area, I didn't have to go far to find Pacific Crest. In 1993 rumors began to fly around the Diamond Bar High School band room.
Pacific Crest Alumnus, Matthew Jamieson Abiva, was recently asked to speak at the Walt Disney Concert Hall and share his personal thoughts on the relationships he has found between the experience of music and architecture: