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who attends the Mannes College of Music, returned to Oregon for the world premiere of his composition, Symphonic Prelude, performed by the Salem Youth Symphony May 3. Britni Tidrick ’14 of Portland is a nurse at Adventist Medical Center. Clayton Truex ’14 of Kirkland, Wash., is playing baseball professionally for the Oregon City Mud Turtles. Amanda (Smith) Wallace ’14 of Beaverton is a labor and delivery nurse at Kaiser Permanente. In memoriam Martha (Archibald) Bronson ’42 of Junction City, March 10. Richard Mudrow ’42 of Lebanon, April 18. Theodore Scott ’42 of Eugene, May 14. Survivors include son Steven ’74 and granddaughter Brittany Scott ’06. Betty (Sexton) Engle ’43 of Mc- Minnville, May 3. Survivors include daughter Meri (Engle) Roberts ’77. 3 0 - l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e Summer 2015 Wilma (Wagner) Therkelsen ’42 of Wenatchee, Wash., Feb. 25. Catherine (Anderson) Jernstedt ’43 of McMinnville, Feb. 27. Margaret (Fiss) Wilde ’47 of Vancouver, Wash., April 23. Patricia (Walker) Harms ’48 of Springfield, April 18. Dorothy (Taus) Cereghino ’49 and ’71 of Pendleton, April 16. Stephen James Harvey, Jr. ’50 of Longview, Wash., April 5. Survivors include cousin Margery (Jordan) Pease ’47. William Iron ’50 of Tigard, May 12. Elmer “Budd” Reschke ’50 of Kelso, Wash., April 8. Betty (Lowrey) Hamilton ’51 of Milwaukie, March 25. Survivors include daughter Mary (Hamilton) Dong ’88. Richard Chatterton ’52 of Newport, Dec. 14. Richard Chamberlin ’52 and ’61 of Maupin, Feb. 28. Ralph Schapler ’52 of Everett, Wash., Feb. 8. Survivors include wife Shirley (Quilliam) ’53. Charlotte Filer ’54 of McMinnville, March 24. She was a journalism professor, director of the college’s news bureau and Linfield Bulletin editor. Dwane Kern ’54 of Nampa, Idaho, April 3. Vlasta (Miller) Armstrong ’55 of Shasta Lake, Calif., Dec. 2. Ronald Workman ’57 of Bremerton, Wash., Aug. 18. Bob Collins ’57 of McMinnville, Feb. 24. James Gardiner ’58 of Salinas, Calif., Feb. 12. Survivors include sister June ’63 and brother John ’65. Robert McCorkle ’60 of Eugene, April 23. Robert Scollick ’60 of Surprise, Ariz., Feb. 13. Survivors include wife Barbara (Pickering) ’59. Waldemar De Ben ’61 of Newport, Feb. 12. Dorothy (Chance) Worrall ’63 of Forest Grove, March 22. Survivors include daughter-in-law Tamsel Tack ’75. Judith (Holcombe) Eccles ’64 of Olympia, Wash., May 27. Martin Myhre ’65 of Port Orford, Dec. 26. Survivors include wife Carol (Quinn) ’70. Keith Shriver ’70 of Salem, Jan. 27. Eric Lindberg ’73 of Lynnwood, Wash., Feb. 9. Carole (Newland) Whitehead ’79 of Dundee, Feb. 5. Jon Yeakey ’92 of Redmond, Feb. 11. Survivors include sister Kristine (Yeakey) Graf ’89. Friends and family Henrietta Cox of McMinnville, former Linfield employee, Feb. 18. Donald Schnitzler of Pueblo, Colo., former lab coordinator who taught in the physics department, May 23. Survivors include wife Aileen ’96. Support Linfield beyond your lifetime. It’s possible, and it’s easy. You can leave a meaningful legacy of support for Linfield College by directing a gift from your estate to Linfield’s endowment. For example, if you give Linfield $250 annually, an estate gift of $5,500 will continue your support of the college long after your lifetime. Named scholarships and other designated endowment funds may be created with gifts of greater amounts. A little planning today can make a tremendous difference for tomorrow’s students. If your annual gift to Linfield College is: $250 $500 $1,000 Will be sustained with an estate gift of:* Contact Craig Haisch ’95, director of philanthropic planning, at 503-883-2675 or chaisch@linfield.edu www.linfield.edu/giftplanning $5,500 $11,100 $22,200 *based on a 4.5% endowment payout rate


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