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c l a s s n o t e s Lawrence Bennett ’49 of McMinnville, Feb. 9. Survivors include wife Mary (Thomas) ’47; brothers J. David ’63, James ’47 and Stephen ’53; and sisters Velma (Bennett) Sales ’46 and Lora (Bennett) Stram ’55. Jesse Rolph ’49 of Fresno, Calif., Aug. 24. Robert Hancock ’50 of Mercer Island, Wash., April 11. Paul Carter ’50 of Fircrest, Wash., trustee emeritus, Feb. 5. Survivors include wife Virginia (Stow) ’50, daughters Julie ’81 and Marcia (Carter) Kurtz ’78, son Robert Jr. ’88, niece Maria Crouser ’87, sisterin law Marilyn (Stow) Crouser ’58 and brother-in-law Donald Stow ’53. Phyllis (Burkhart) Williams ’51 of Highland, Calif., Feb. 4. Alice (Smith) Kovenz ’52 of Redmond, Jan. 3. Survivors include brother Patrick ’53 and daughter Karin Kovenz-Coombe ’85. William Mann ’54 of Aurora, Colo., May 24, 2012. Arnold Owens ’54 of McMinnville, May 25. Survivors include wife Marilyn (Gilbertson) ’53. Barbara (Morton) Workman ’62 and ’64 of Renton, Wash., Oct. 22. Survivors include husband William ’63. Floyd Shipman ’63 of Salt Lake City, Utah, March 8. Jerry Luoto ’64 of Coquille, Jan. 18. Survivors include sons Jerold Jr. ’82 and Deric ’85. Frank Bake ’66 of Portland, April 1. Survivors include sister Cathy (Bake) Sullivan ’70. Roger Williams ’69 of McMinnville, Feb. 11. Karen (Coulter) Wescom ’70 of Battle Ground, Wash., Jan. 22. Survivors include husband Hubert ’71. Constance (Dale) Dolan ’71 of Amity, April 10. Survivors include husband John ’71. Dennis Stevens ’71 of San Antonio, Texas, March 14. Survivors include wife Joyce (Greene) ’71. Teresa (Johnson) Bacon ’82 of Amity, Feb. 25. Mark Emerson ’84 of Nampa, Idaho, April 9. Survivors include wife Kimberly (Benyon) ’87. Toby Weymiller ’93 of Hokkaido, Japan, March 28. Survivors include brothers Peter ’82 and Paul ’87. GSH Dorothy Elhart GSH ’51 of Portland, Aug. 21. Friends and Family Joan D. Austin of Newberg, trustee emerita, and honorary degree recipient, June 5. We believe strongly in the value and usefulness of education. It has deepened and broadened our lives. We want students with meager financial resources to have the opportunities we had, to not just learn a vocation, but to have their passion take wing and to contribute to their communities and society as a whole. Linfield’s mission and core values align with these aspirations. We have decided to leave a gift to Linfield to work for us after we are gone as a sign of our appreciation for education and in support of Linfield’s mission and future students. – Stephen (’69) and Mary Jane Ott Stephen is recently retired from a career in the ministry that included teaching and vocational counseling, and Mary Jane is an advanced practice nurse specializing in pain and symptom management and complementary care. 3 0 - l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e Summer 2013 | www.linfield.edu/giftplanning If you wish to make a difference in Linfield’s future like the Otts, contact Craig Haisch ’95, director of philanthropic planning, 503-883-2675, chaisch@linfield.edu.


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