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Germany, has earned a DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship. He will research immigrant education policy and attend classes at the University of Bamberg. Keith spent the past year as an English teaching assistant in Germany. Anne Duyck ’13 of Forest Grove has a son, William, Dec. 27. Susana Fajardo ’13 of Martinez, Calif., will attend graduate school studying health behavior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill beginning in August. Stephanie Sirois ’13 of Portland is a registered nurse at St. Vincent Hospital. In memoriam Dorothy M. (Kenyon) Hoogeveen ’35 of Hoquiam, Wash., Dec. 19. Ellenor (Redmond) Ledgerwood ’37 of McMinnville, Feb. 17. Survivors include a niece, Kathryn (Nelson) Cabe ’72 and her husband Gary Cabe ’72. Kathryn (Cattle) Hardman ’39 of McMinnville, March 1. Cathleen “Ann” McCune ’45 of McMinnville, March 2. Velma (Bennett) Sales ’46 of Kennewick, Wash., Jan. 24. Survivors include brothers, James Bennett ’47, Stephen Bennett ’53, J. David Bennett ’63, and sister Lora Bell (Bennett) Stram ’55. David J. Bauman ’47 of Vancouver, Wash., April 8. Jerry Butler ’49 of Stayton, May 1. Linnea (Sword) Davenport ’49 and ’50 of Molalla, April 12. Joseph E. Norton ’51 of Corvallis, Feb. 6. Herman Crisp ’52 of Oregon City, April 17. Survivors include a son, Daniel, ’78. Glenn Knight ’56 of Keizer, March 21. Survivors include sons, Stuart ’70 and Scott ’71. Mariam (Beal) Dunbar ’57 of Flagstaff, Ariz., Aug. 10. Survivors include sisters, Kathy Beal ’60 and Clare (Beal) Bantsari ’65. Patricia (Buckingham) Lang ’58 of Sequim, Wash., April 30. Robert Nelson ’58 of Oak Harbor, Wash., April 24. Survivors include his wife, Beverly (Clark) ’58. Nancy (Rice) MacMahon ’59 of Webster, N.Y., Feb. 8. Survivors include a daughter, Janice Filion-Korolko ’88 and sisters, 3 0 - l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e Summer 2014 Phyllis Rice ’62 and Frances (Rice) Tanaka ’65. William Berlin ’60 of Anacortes, Wash., March 1. Survivors include his wife, Sandra (Kasen) Nielson-Berlin ’61 and ’91 and step-daughter, Kimberley Nielsen ’84. Patricia (Timmons) Crawford ’60 of Dayton, April 8. Esther L. Jones ’60 of Aurora, March 4. Gary Ritchie ’62 of Waldport, March 21. Richard Rossner ’63 of Portland, March 4. Donald Wilson ’65 of Elizabethtown, Ky., April 13. Survivors include his wife, Judie (Green) Wilson ’66. Lee Paulson ’67 of Aurora, Colo., May 18. Survivors include his wife, Donna (Thompson) ’66 and daughter, Christine (Paulson) Wulf ’90. William S. Garlick ’68 of Mesa, Ariz., March 18, 2013. Rosanne Van Zyl ’70 of Tigard, March 13. Steven E. Davis ’72 of McMinnville, April 22. Survivors include a daughter, Rori (Davis) Hartzell ’95, a brother, Craig ’76 and a nephew, Michael ’96. Lance S. Powell Sr. ’74 of Hartford, Conn., Feb. 18. Kristin Claeys ’87 of Portland, July 2, 2013. Scott R. Atkinson ’88 of Clackamas, April 10. Laurie (Wood) Brandt ’92 of Austin, Texas, Jan. 15. Steven A. Glover ’98 of Terrebonne, Feb. 9, 2011. Friends and family Norma Cochran, staff member from 1960-2002, Feb. 17. Ruth Howland, wife of the late James Howland, former trustee, March 23. Survivors include a son, Peter ’78. 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 Richard E. Ice ’52 Richard E. Ice ’52 of Alameda, Calif., former chair of the Linfield College Board of Trustees, passed away March 16. He served as a trustee for 36 years, 10 of those as chair of the board. He was elected chair emeritus of the board, the only time a board chair has been recognized in this way. He was named trustee emeritus in 2008. Ice served as chair of the board during the period in which Linfield more than doubled its size with the acquisition of the Hewlett-Packard property and during the most successful capital campaign in Linfield’s history. Because of his interest in music and as a tribute to his late wife, Ice funded the renovation of Melrose Auditorium in 2006, which was dedicated and re-named the Richard and Lucille Ice Auditorium in their honor. The college awarded him an honorary degree in 1978 for his service to the college and to the American Baptist Homes of the West. Ice received his master’s from the Berkeley Baptist Divinity School and graduated from the Advanced Management Program of Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration. He had a distinguished career with the American Baptist Churches. He was a pastor in Washington, served in state and regional roles in Washington and California, and served two roles for the American Baptist Churches Home Mission Society. From 1972 to 1995 he was president of the American Baptist Homes of the West and was recognized as a leader in the senior living profession. Ice served as vice president of the American Baptist Churches USA and also served on several boards. In 2011 he received the Religious Freedom Award and Dawson Religious Liberty Award in recognition of his lifelong commitment to promoting and preserving religious liberty. Survivors include daughters Lorinda (Ice) Bradley ’80 and her husband Steven ’80 and Diana (Ice) van Dyk ’82 and her husband Paul ’85.


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