Jay Knepp, '64 BS Accounting, recently self-published Sinatra-The Vegas Way, which he describes as a souvenir book. He began his accounting career working at Conway, Moe & Hibbs while a student at what then was Nevada Southern University. In 1967 he passed the CPA exam, working for Peat, Marwick, Mitchell. Later he went into private tax practice and for two years wrote a tax column that was printed in Gannett newspapers in 89 cities. He also wrote six tax advice/recordkeeping books for Sunset Magazine/Books. Additionally, he self-published three other books, one of which, Pilot's Taxlog, was in print for nearly 40 years. He and his wife, Dorothy, have been married more than 30 years and have three sons, Jay, Jeff, and Erik, nine grandsons, and one granddaughter. One of the sons, Erik Knepp, '02 BA Communication Studies, also is a UNLV alum. A 49ers and Golden State Warriors fan for more than 50 years, Knepp played organized basketball for 40 years at every level except the NBA. At age 79 he still could shoot very accurately and throw a pretty hard fastball to the grandkids. The couple lives in San Rafael, California.