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A gift with several benefits “We’re back living in McMinnville and genuinely enjoying Linfield again. Our small house is only a few blocks from campus, so we attend many campus events. “Being close makes us remember wonderful moments from an earlier time. It also makes us remember times when there weren’t enough dollars to fund good ideas developed by faculty and others. “This memory led each of us to create a fund that initially provides us income, but later will give the President an added place to turn to each year and say ‘yes’ to good ideas to strengthen student learning. “Our plan was to do this quietly and privately, but Craig Haisch ’95, in Institutional Advancement, advised that sharing might help someone else take action, too. So we agreed.” Charlie Walker Cherie Walker President Emeritus Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, 1992 www.linfield.edu/giftplanning If you’d like to learn more about how a Charitable Gift Annuity might work into your financial and estate planning to benefit you and Linfield, please contact Craig Haisch ’95, director of philanthropic planning, at 503-883-2675 or chaisch@linfield.edu. Summer 2014 l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e - 2 9 nville completed her master’s of library and information science from Emporia State University School of Library and Information Management. Ruth (Cordell) Woodward ’08 of Meridian, Idaho, is pursuing a master’s in speech pathology at Idaho State University. Lucas Bensen ’09 of Portland is an accountant at Cambia. Jeneva Foster ’09 of Vancouver, Wash., married Douglas Anderson Sept. 7. Both are earning Ph.D.s in biochemistry. Chandra Hanson ’09 of Bend is project coordinator at Navis. Calvin and Kathleen (Kilborn) Park ’09 and ’11 of Sloughhouse, Calif., had a daughter, Kailey Nadine, Sept. 23. Eric Phillips ’09 of Vashon, Wash., helped launch South Lake Union, a restaurant in Seattle. He is salmon fishing in Bristol Bay, Alaska, this summer. 2010-13 Linda Dibble ’10 of Albany is enrolled in the master’s of spiritual formation program at George Fox University. Krista Foltz ’10 of Eugene is a teacher at Marist Catholic High School. Willam Gandolfi ’10 of Oglesby, Ill., completed his MBA and master’s in accounting at Texas A&M University Commerce and was inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, the business honor society. Reveka Primachenko ’13 of Vancouver, Wash., is pursuing a graduate degree in piano performance at the University of Oregon. Caitlin White ’10 of West Linn married Dane Dials March 1 in Roatan, Honduras. Jessica Barriga-Hernandez ’11 of Salem received the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Registered Nurses at Salem Hospital. Christina Chuckas ’11 of Honolulu, Hawaii, is attending Hawaii School of Professional Psychology. Barrett Dahl ’11 is working on a master’s degree at San Francisco State University. Zachary M. Hubbard ’11 of Napa, Calif., plans to pursue a master’s in business administration at Sonoma State University. Dulce Kersting ’11 of Moscow, Idaho, is director of the Latah County Historical Society. Katie Kilborn Park ’11 of Sloughhouse, Calif., had a daughter, Kailey Nadine, Sept. 23. Jamie E. Lyon ’11 of Moscow, Idaho, is working on a master’s at the University of Idaho with a focus on fiction. Lauren Sawyer ’11 of Salem teaches physical education at Amity High School. Brannon Smith ’11 of Glide is working on a master’s degree. Alicia Tishmack ’11 of Junction City deployed to Afghanistan this spring. Keith Mader ’12 of Vancouver, Wash., and Lindsay Sterkson ’14 were married Dec. 27. Vanessa Schilber ’12 of Portland is enrolled in the women’s health master’s program at Boston College. Junita Spann ’12 of Corvallis is director of health services at Trillium Family Children’s Farm Home. Kelli Van Wagner ’12 of Wenatchee, Wash., is pursuing a master’s in nursing (HSOL program) at Oregon Health & Science University. Keith Welch ’12 of Bamberg,


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