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3 0 - l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e Fall 2013 c l a s s n o t e s Ellen (Stone) Carlson ’49 of East Wenatchee, Wash., June 19. Vernon Griffin ’50 of Astoria, May 2. Survivors include his wife, Elma (Olson) ’50. Vern Simmons ’50 of Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., July 7. Survivors include a granddaughter, Shelby ’11. Jesse Grigsby ’53 of Mukilteo, Wash., Dec. 26. Bruce Patton ’54 of McMinnville, May 14. Beulah (Shinn) Hayward ’57 of Roseville, Calif., March 23. Patricia (Berg) Nelson ’58 of Richmond, Calif., Aug. 3. May (Phelps) Phillips ’59 of Las Vegas, Nev., June 17. Survivors include her husband, Bryon ’59. Douglas Mauerman ’62 of Rochester, Wash., July 13. Alison (Laurie) Lewis ’66 of Salem, June 29. Survivors include her husband, Gary ’65. Dorothy (Mills) Van Zyl ’67 of McMinnville, July 6. Lowell Dayton ’68 of Bow, Wash., Aug. 31. Steven D. Bech ’68 of Kalispell, Mont., May 11. Survivors include his wife, Eileen (Bach) ’70 and son, Aaron ’99. Isabel (Guajardo) Montemayor ’72 of McMinnville, Jan. 19. Barbara (White) Cruickshank ’73 of Dayton, June 11. Survivors include her mother, Lola (Hise) Burke ’49. Thomas M. Hays ’77 of Washougal, Wash., Sept. 14. David Sobba ’80 of Whitefish, Mont., Jan. 22. Lea (Jean) New ’88 of McMinnville, Aug. 25. Phyllis (Stuestall) Davis ’92 of Salem, Sept. 20. Jacob Redwine ’00 of White House, Tenn., Sept. 26. Tricia (Jackson) Crawford ’01 of McMinnville, June 4. GSH June (Isenberg) Campbell ’40 of Husum, Wash., Aug. 10. Susan Foster ’69 of Vancouver, Wash., May 31. Friends and family Robert Bull of Madison, N.J., husband of President Emerita Vivian Bull, Aug. 31. Earl Fox of Madera, Calif., former trustee, June 9. Survivors include a grandson, Nathaniel Feldman ’02, and granddaughter, Heidi (Lynn) Meyst ’98. Ezra Koch of McMinnville, former trustee, major donor, longtime athletics volunteer and honorary degree recipient, Oct. 20. Survivors include a sister, Lydia (Koch) Zimmerman ’54, and a niece, Katherine Koch-Reiner ’74. Jeffrey R. Scott of Molalla, former landscape supervisor, Aug. 30. Thank you, Harold Eilers ’38 A son of German immigrants, Eilers understood the transformational power of education. Thanks to a generous gift from his estate, several Linfield students will receive scholarships annually to help them complete a Linfield education. A decorated World War II veteran, Eilers had a distinguished career with Sears Corporation. He never forgot how a Linfield scholarship changed his life and he wanted to extend the same support to future generations. If you’d like to have a confidential conversation about how to configure your estate plans to benefit future generations of Linfield students, please contact Craig Haisch ’95, director of philanthropic planning, at 503-883-2675 or chaisch@linfield.edu. | www.linfield.edu/giftplanning


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