INEZ BUTLER '45, WILLIAM COX '58 and JOHN (JACK) FAILOR '49 recently received Medallion Distinguished
Service Awards for their dedication to excellence, and their leadership and selfless service to God
and others. The three were honored on October 7, 2000, when Cascade College graduates met in Portland,
Oregon, for their annual Alumni Luncheon. Butler was posthumously honored for her work as a teacher,
missionary, Bible translator and author. Cox was recognized for his work as a pastor, former president
of Mountain View Bible College in Alberta, Canada, and church growth consultant. Failor was honored as
a teacher, missions executive and music minister.
MARV MARDOCK and LEE NASH were emcees on August 11, 2000, when 64 graduates of Cascade College's classes of 1949 and 1950 met for a reunion on the campus of George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. As emcees, they introduced a program that led Cascade alumni in fellowship, special music and worship.
MYRON TWEED, professor of music at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California, was honored at a Reunion Concert on May 13, 2000, which brought together nearly 100 singers from his 27 years at PLNU. Retiring after 41 years in higher education, Myron also led a final concert tour in Scandinavia with the chamber ensemble, May 16-31. They performed in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. He'll continue to teach privately and serve as minister of music at First Presbyterian Church in San Diego.
TOM SINE is the author of Mustard Seed vs. McWorld: Reinventing Life and Faith for the Future, recently published by Baker Book House. The book contrasts America's materialistic culture with the Christian faith. Sine is also the author of the best-selling Mustard Seed Conspiracy, and he is an adjunct assistant professor at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.