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Ronald Workman ’57 of Bremerton, Wash., Aug. 18. LaVern Davis Jr. ’58 of Trout Lake, Wash., July 22. Survivors include wife Doris (Scott) ’62. Marnie (Sullivan) Marr ’59 of Bremerton, Wash., May 13. Jack Musgrove ’60 of Vancouver, Wash., June 17. James Finical ’61 of Tucson, Ariz., Aug. 5. Allen Madson ’61 of Winston, Aug. 20. Survivors include wife Nancy (Erickson) ’66. Marvin Ludwick ’63 of Portland, June 6. Dale Hannaford ’63 of Plano, Texas, July 27. Janis (Southwick) Cantrell ’64 of Alsea, July 30. Rose Marie (Strom) Fredricks ’66 of McMinnville, Aug. 28. Colleen (Perry) Morgan ’70 of Portland, June 4. Gilbert Hargreaves ’71 of 3 0 - l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e Fall 2014 Salem, July 10. Survivors include wife Vickie (Boyer) ’69. Richard Loy ’71 of Salem, May 18. Survivors include wife Marilyn (Popoff) ’67. Donald Garris ’72 of Forest Grove, Sept. 14. Survivors include daughter Bryn (Garris) McCleary ’01. Chuck Johnson ’72 of Salem, Sept. 26 Kathleen (Eichhorn) Gould ’74 of Sherwood, May 17. Chase Hastings ’74 of El Portal, Calif., May 19. Elizabeth Crispell ’76 of Carmichael, Calif., July 10. Survivors include brother Peter ’79. Therese Stevens ’77 of Salem, June 16. Wanda (Sathoff) Hughes ’80 of Monmouth, May 24. Joan (Basken) Schulze ’81 of Eugene, July 19. William Bridgeman ’85 of Salem, Aug. 9. Survivors include wife Terrie ’88 and ’93, sons William ’89 and Joseph ’93, and daughterin law Deona (Hagedorn) ’93. Shanna Frey ’85 of Huson, Mont., July 11. Richard Morse ’85 of Woodburn, Sept. 3. Douglas Bochsler ’87 of Mt. Angel, May 24. David Safford ’89 of Kennewick, Wash., Aug. 12. Farahnaz (Tamimi) Schmidt ’90 of Vancouver, Wash., July 20. Survivors include husband Troy ’90 and sister Dzaleh Tamimi ’93. Jeffrey Burdg ’93 of Vancouver, Wash., July 5. Jonathan Putney ’94 of Bend, June 28. Charysse (Chowning) Hesse ’99 of Jefferson, Oct. 13. Nancy Wolf ’02 of Salem, Aug. 19. Friends and family Frank Bumpus, psychology professor emeritus, of McMinnville, Oct. 16. Max Powers, trustee emeritus, of Oakland, Calif., June 10. Got news? Have you changed jobs? Received a promotion? Returned to school? Received another degree? Started a business? Did you get married or have a child in the last 12 months? If you have news for your classmates and other Linfield friends, visit us online at: www.linfield.edu/alumni Giving Back Linfield College brought us together 50+ years ago. But Linfield did so much more! Linfield gave us a “whole-person” experience – mental, emotional, physical, spiritual and vocational. Linfield shaped our lives and helped us build foundations that have lasted a lifetime. We are delighted to see how Linfield continues to foster an amazing spirit of inquisitiveness and collaboration among students and faculty. In gratitude and appreciation for all that Linfield was for us, and is for students today, we are pleased – and privileged – to be able to “give back” to Linfield! Doug ’63 & Mary (Bjornson) Brown ’63 Doug is professor emeritus of English (TESOL) at San Francisco State University and Mary retired as director of resident and social services at Piedmont Gardens Retirement Community in Oakland. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in Hawaii in 2013. If you’d like to talk about how to include a gift to Linfield in your will like the Browns have done, contact Craig Haisch ’95, director of philanthropic planning, at 503-883-2675 or chaisch@linfield.edu.


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