33 O’Melveny & Myers LLP I omm.com In Memoriam PAUL HANNON (CLASS OF 1960) Former O’Melveny Partner Paul Hannon passed away on September 6, 2022, at the age of 87. Paul was born in Denver, Colorado in 1935. He graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Colorado in 1957, and from Yale Law School in 1960, after which he spent a year in South America on a US Government scholarship. Paul worked at O’Melveny for twenty years, initially in Los Angeles, specializing in international business transactions, and spent eight years in the Paris office. He subsequently joined Chuck Feeney, a noted philanthropist and one of the founders of Duty Free Shoppers, and finished his legal career as an arbitrator of international business disputes. Paul married twice: first to Helen Linder “Ducky” Boutwell, and thereafter to Dagmar Mesnard, both of whom predeceased him. He is survived by his brother, Jerry Hannon, his two children, Helen Christine Hannon and Sean Bowen Hannon, his daughter-in-law, Lori Hannon, and six grandchildren. Read more about Paul’s passing here. GIRARD “GERRY” E. BOUDREAU, JR. (CLASS OF 1964) Girard “Gerry” Boudreau, Jr. passed away on November 8, 2022, at the age of 86. Gerry graduated from North Augusta High School in South Carolina and attended The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill like his father. At UNC he studied History, was a proud Delta Upsilon fraternity brother, and participated in ROTC. After completing his studies, he was an officer in the US Marine Corps serving the majority of his time at Camp Pendleton in Southern California. He took the LSAT on a whim before his discharge and did so well that he enrolled in law school at Duke University where he met the love of his life, Barbara Cavender. He and Barbara were married in 1961 and were together until her passing in March of 2016. After law school, they moved to Southern California where they lived until 1989. During that time, they became parents to five children while Gerry flourished as a corporate litigator at O’Melveny and then Jones Day. Read more about Gerry’s passing here and here.