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1990-99 Donna (Moe) Falk ’90 of La Center, Wash., has a jam business, Grandma Candy’s Jam. She recently published a novel and a children’s book. Simon Lawton ’91 of Seattle, Wash., released his third instructional movie, Progression. Timothy Cochran ’92 of Eugene married Sarah Schnitzius Oct. 27. Christopher B. Nash ’92 of Escondido, Calif., was promoted to the rank of colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps. Richard Rosenthal ’93 of Ashland was elected to the city council. He also participated in an attempt to set a Guinness Book of World Records for the longest whiffle ball game. Aaron Waxenfelter ’93 of Oregon City received a master’s in speech language pathology from Portland State University. Michael “Brian” Twardoski ’94 2 8 - l i n f i e l d m a g a z i n e Winter 2014 of Cle Elum, Wash., is vice president of customer and partner solutions at Conductiv Software, Inc. Mariam Bruce ’95 of Portland married Nathan Wicks Aug. 17. Veronica (Calkins) Heller ’96 of La Center, Wash., is director of special programs at Hockinson School District. Erin (Hall) Jenkins ’96 of Milwaukie had a daughter, Elanor, Sept. 17. Catherine (Conover) Clark ’97 of Anchorage, Alaska, and her husband, Paul, had a son Finley Dale, March 27. Lisa (White) Roper ’97 of Meridian, Idaho, is a high school athletic trainer and sports medicine teacher. Carolyn Heberlein ’98 of Hillsboro is an international board certified lactation consultant. Karen (Churchill) Garcia ’99 of Yuba City, Calif., completed a threeyear term on the board of directors of the Performance Marketing Association. Rebeka Gipson-King ’99 of Salem is the deputy director of the Office of Communication at the Oregon Health Authority. Samantha (Schmehl) Hines ’99 of Missoula, Mont., published Revolutionizing the Development of Library and Information Professionals: Planning for the Future. The edited volume includes contributors discussing the future of professional development for library workers. Elizabeth (Walsh) Hunt ’99 of Anchorage, Alaska, teaches music for the Anchorage School District. She was recently named one of 100 National Educational Partners for the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Khale Century (Tyler) Reno ’99 of Jackson Hole, Wyo., is head girls basketball coach at Jackson Hole High School. Summer (Griffith) Sears ’99 of Bend has her own practice, Summer Sears CPA, providing contract work to local governments. 2000-09 Donegal Fergus ’00 of Seattle, Wash., and his wife, Kim, had their third child, Maclean Birke, Nov. 16. Donegal is the hitting coach for the University of Washington baseball program. Ann (Case) Flickinger ’00 of Newcastle, Wash., and her husband, Eric, had a daughter, Katie, Aug. 27, their second. Brian Gustafson ’00 of San Francisco, Calif., married Elizaveta Vakhroucheva Oct. 27. He is a principal attorney at Fish & Richardson, P.C. Kathleen (Frasier) Burbank ’00 of McMinnville and her husband, Jacob, had a son, Wyatt Jacob, Jan. 3, their first. Anne Zimmerman ’00 of San Francisco, Calif., and her husband, Sean Finney, had a daughter, Vera, Sept. 20. James Busby ’01 of Iowa City, Iowa, received his master’s from the University of Iowa. He participated in the Fall in Art and Soul art show in Michigan. Todd Patterson ’01 of Portland and his wife, Katie, had twin daughters, June 13. Kelley Story ’01 of Eugene is women’s program director at Sponsors, Inc. David T. Watson ’01 of Vancouver, Wash., was married July 20. Daryl Agpalsa ’02 of St. Paul, Minn., married Ali Benson ’03 of Whitewater, Wis., July 5. Daryl is offensive line coordinator at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Michael Kerr ’02 of San Diego, Calif., completed an MBA at San Diego State University in August. Timothy and Becky (Hadley) Schuette, both ’02, of Baker City, had a daughter, Ainsley Grace, May 17. Kathleen (Harper) Cook ’03 of Helena, Mont., and her husband, Brad, had a son, Ethan Cook, in September. Dan Davison ’03 and Kelsey Lange ’11, both of McMinnville, were married Nov. 23. Emily Hanes ’03 of Forest Grove married Matthew Rawls Aug. 17. Forest Inter ’03 of Kaneohe, Ha- 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. Contact Craig Haisch ’95, director of philanthropic planning, at 503-883-2675 or chaisch@linfield.edu www.linfield.edu/giftplanning If your annual gift to Linfield College is: $250 $500 $1,000 Will be sustained with an estate gift of:* $5,500 $11,100 $22,200 *based on a 4.5% endowment payout rate


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