IAN was created to preserve and capitalize on the relationships and experiences we developed while at Intel. Our goal is to encourage former Intel employees to meet, share, network and to make powerful connections that will help members succeed in their careers, business ventures, life adventures and to have more fun!
Jean Jones: August 30, 1927 - March 18, 2015
Jean Chisholm Jones passed away quietly in the comfort of her Palo Alto home, embraced by family.
Jean was born to Scottish immigrants in the Bronx, New York, from whom she learned the values that sustained her throughout her life. A strong work ethic, integrity, and personal responsibility were the hallmarks of Jeans life, both at home and at work. Jean worked at Intel from its inception in 1968 to 1996. During her 27 year career, she developed innumerable personal relationships which she maintained throughout her retirement. A longtime resident of Palo Alto, she was an active member of the South Palo Alto Food Closet.
Jean is survived by her children – Charlie, Robert, Susan, Randy, and her dog Bebe. A life well lived will be celebrated at 1:00 pm on May 3, 2015 at the Intel Museum in Santa Clara.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to the South Palo Alto Food Closet - 670 East Meadow Drive, Palo Alto, Ca 94306
Intel Alumni Sean Maloney Biking Across America
Sean's cross-country kickoff is at Palo Alto City Hall Plaza from 10:00 AM to noon on Sunday March 22nd.
Support Sean Maloney and his Heart Across America campaign. Meet him at the location closest to you, and send your photograph with him to IAN board member Dane Elliot. Please make sure you include names date and location. The photo will become part of our Heart Across America Album, tracking his progress from Palo Alto to New York City.
If you are interested in coordinating with Sean's ride, the best time to take the photo with Sean is 7:00 to 10:00 AM at the hotel where he is staying that day. View details on route stopovers where you can take photos with Sean. Alternately, you can email Jaril Valenciano to make arrangements.
Intel Alumni Network is excited to launch a new project – Memory Lane. Our intention is to create are repository of our collective history – the past, present and the future – as seem through the eyes of our alumni.
Intel Alumni – Historical Perspectives – a crowd-sourcing effort to capture first-hand experiences of major milestones in Intel’s past. This will be the most comprehensive & only account of Intel’s history created by the people who made the history.
Intel Alumni – Then & Now Videos (coming soon) – a collection of historical & current video.
Once in a Lifetime, Under One Roof
It was an epic evening! We mingled. We reconnected. We celebrated 45 years of all the wonderful things Intel Alumni did while at Intel and the impact we continue to make today!
Whether you missed the party or attended … take a trip down memory lane & revisit the evening.