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c l a s s n o t e s Junji Kashwagi ’88 of Malaysia and Sudeep Shrestha ’91 of Nepal recently reunited in Kuala Lumpur more than 25 years after they attended Linfield together. 1990-99 Thomas Fast ’90 of Mill Creek, Wash., is now teaching at Okayama University after teaching for 10 years at Gakugeikan High School. Steven Sugg ’90 of The Dalles was elected to the high school Oregon Coaches Association Hall of Fame for his years as a baseball coach. Royce Embanks ’92 of Madras is president of the Madras City Council. Theressa (Jefferson) Hollis ’92 of Wood Village became an equity partner in the law firm of Fitzwater, Meyer, Hollis and Marmion LLP. James Long ’92 of Hayward, Calif., was the national regional sales representative of the year for 2012. He works for Wellpoint, Inc. Richard Louys ’92 of Iron Mountain, Mich., is president of Nelson Paint Company. Curtiss Shelley ’92 of John Day is principal of Grant Union High School. Jon Davenport ’93 of Beaverton was promoted to lieutenant colonel in the United States Marine Corps. He is the team chief for 4th Brigade 215 Corps Afghan National Army We believe in Linfield The Linfield Student Alumni Association enables us to give back to the community that has given us unique experiences and the chance to grow. Scholarships have made our education possible. We give to the Linfield Fund to make the Linfield education possible for future Wildcats. believe in Linfield The Linfield Student Alumni Association enables us to give back to the community that has given us unique experiences and the chance to grow. Scholarships have made our education possible. We give to the Linfield Fund to make the Linfield education possible for future Wildcats. Katie Devore ’16, co-chair, SAA Mass communication major, Camas, Wash. Mariah Torres ’14, co-chair, SAA Health education major, Honolulu, Hawaii Join us in supporting the Linfield Fund this year. Visit www.linfield.edu/giving to make your gift and learn more about the Student Alumni Association. Katie Devore ’16, Co-Chair, SAA Mass Communication Major Camas, Wash. Mariah Torres ’14, Co-Chair, SAA Health Education Major Honolulu, Hawaii Join us in supporting the Linfield Fund this year. Visit www.linfield.edu/giving to make your gift and learn more about the Student Alumni Association. 2 8 - l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e Summer 2013 Security Force Advisor Team in Delaram, Afghanistan. Marc Lund ’93 of Cottage Grove was named chair of the National Funeral Trust Services Board. Frances Mayor ’93 of Dundee retired from Oregon Mutual Insurance Company. Joelle Davis ’94 of Tualatin was re-elected to the Tualatin City Council. Matt and Heidi (Shortell) Reinker ’94 and ’95 of McMinnville celebrated their 18th anniversary in June. Lincoln Bach ’95 of Happy Valley was named one of the Portland Business Journal’s “40 under 40.” Christa (duToit) Brown ’95 of Hillsboro and her husband, Carson, had a son, Gibson, Jan. 31. Kimberly (Kresal) Coburn ’95 of North Plains and her husband, Mark, had a son, Joshua, in December. Gregory Mitchell ’95 of McMinnville won the Corvallis Half Marathon. Walter Simmons ’95 of Keizer completed his MAT at Willamette University. He teaches math and science and coaches softball at Kennedy High School in Mount Angel. Peter Creech ’96 of San Bruno, Calif., had a son, Gino, Jan. 16. Alison (O’Neal) Hilkiah ’96 of Portland and her husband, Rodney, had a son, Lincoln Larsen, March 2. Colby (Cummings) Knifong ’96 of Enterprise was named educator of the year for her high school and was inducted into the Weston McEwen The Linfield College Student Alumni Association educates members of the Linfield community about the college’s rich history and need for charitable gifts, while enhancing the student experience and building lifelong bonds with Linfield College. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Linfield.SAA


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