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c l a s s n o t e s 1930-39 available at Barnes & Noble or on the green room, the Sally Skelding with Viking Freight and FedEx industry, primarilytransportation in her honor and namedprogram by Strategic Books that ispublished amazon.com. Green Room. She also received a Freight. Joseph Medicine Crow ’38 of Spotlight Award for outstanding Lodge Grass, Mont., was honored contribution to community theatre 1970-791960-69 as one of eight Humanities Heroes from the American Association for by the Montana Committee for the Community Theatres. Humanities for his contributions M. Kent Mayfield ’60 of Richard Laughlin ’64 of Tyler, David Canary ’72 of West to the humanities. He was awarded Dodgefield, Wis., has been Texas, chief technology officer with Linn received a Pro Bono Award the Presidential Medal of Freedom appointed artistic director of Optical Wireless, has developed of Merit from the Multnomah in 2009. the Rural Musicians Forum. The a solution to the lenses fiber Bar Association for more than 12 organization is a collaboration termination, a project he worked years of service to the Community 1950-59 communities with a summer has for 12 years. The company Development Law Center. He is attorney with Garvey Schubertan a for patent a for appliedon musicians, audiences andof concert series, and several other design and was recently awarded a Barer. T. Glenn Knight ’56 of Salem events throughout the year. contract for their work. Mike Dressel ’73 of Monmouth has completed two new books – a Sally (Ferguson) Skelding ’62 Art Larrance ’66 of Portland married Louise Bos Aug. 25. three-volume novel of the Oregon of Portland was recognized by was named Restauranteur of the Diane (Pelt) Hedrick ’73 of timber industry and a fantasy. Celebrate North Portland for her Year by the Oregon Restaurant Cove was elected secretary of the Thomas and Virginia (Nelson) work with the North End Players and Lodging Association. He owns Oregon Nurses Association. Blackburn ’57 and ’58 of community theatre and her Cascade Brewing and the Raccoon Wes Suan ’74 of Dallas, Texas, Hotchkiss, Colo., celebrated their commitment to the community. Lodge and Brew Pub. is running back coach at Southern 56th wedding anniversary Aug. The North End Players named their Brian Petersen ’68 of Eugene Methodist University. 26. Virginia had a children’s book Children’s Theatre Scholarship retired after 30 years in the Cris Wyly ’74 of Marshfield, “At Linfield, we strive to provide our students with a personalized education. Your gift will support scholarships, student-faculty collaborative research and a comprehensive educational environment that makes the Linfield experience unique.” – Susan Agre-Kippenhan Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty Please consider supporting Linfield College this year by making your annual gift. Learn more about the power of philanthropy at www.linfield.edu/giving. | www.linfield.edu/giving Fall 2012 l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e - 2 5


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