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February 12, 2016

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February 12, 2016

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May 31, 2013
Dear Family,
I often thought of contacting your father when I attended SCU but was never successful and now I learn of his passing. My condolences....
I had heard over the years that he had a history of Sweeney Ridge, San Mateo. I believe it gained its name from one of my ancestors. If you can help please contact me. alanamaury47
@yahoo.com Alana McSweeney Maury
May 31, 2013
Dr. Sweeney was a wonderful teacher with a great sense of humor. My condolences to his family.

Best,
Chris Chiappari '85
May 27, 2013
Darling Sweeney "children" how often I have thought of you and your dad, you all welcomed me into your homes...
although I was far from a science student. You are in prayers, and I am so releived that his last years were filled with travel, good food and drink and his loving children.

love,
hope
April 23, 2013
Dr. Sweeney was a great guy and a great teacher. He knew his stuff and made learning it fun. The analogy I remember best was about entropy and socks scattered around the dorm room floor.
I'll always be grateful to Dr. Sweeney for arranging a paid internship for me at NASA Ames Research Center. There I got to run a gas chromatograph which was the first step in my 20 year career in export sales and marketing of gas chromatographs and other analytical instruments.
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