Seattle Pacific University Homecoming and Family Weekend 2002

There has always been a special spirit about our bond as alumni, family and friends of Seattle Pacific University. What better time to celebrate that spirit than at Homecoming and Family Weekend? Plan now to join us January 31 - February 2 and be "encouraged in heart and united in love." (Col 2:2)

Class of 1952

Reunion: Friday and Saturday, June 7 and 8. This is the only class that will hold its reunion in the spring.

LEE "DUKE" ARGABRIGHT and NORMA JO TARRIN ARGA-BRIGHT are happily retired in Oceanside, California. Their three children and nine grandchildren live within a one-hour drive, and Duke and Jo enjoy their frequent visits. Jo continues to teach Sunday School, and Duke is active in Adult Bible Fellowship.

GENEVA CECIL is retired after 40 years in education, including 17 years as a teacher, 17 years as a principal and six years as an educational consultant. A resident of Watsonville, California, she now tutors students, volunteers in the classroom, and holds several leadership positions at Corralitos Free Methodist Church, including secretary of the board of administration.

VIRGINIA DRINKWATER NEWHARD DOMBROWSKI retired from teaching in 1993 after more than 38 years with Seattle Public Schools. She lives in Seattle.

MARTI OAKS ENSIGN still travels a great deal for speaking engagements, especially for Renovare and women's retreats. She and her husband, LEONARD ENSIGN '51, have been married for 50 years. They have two married children, NICOLE ENSIGN TAYLOR '80 and RICHARD ENSIGN '83, and four grandchildren. Marti and Len live in Olympia, Washington.

MARGIT OHRNELL GILES is retired after a lifetime of teaching at various levels and in several disciplines in the United States and abroad. She has two sons and one daughter. Margit resides in West Columbia, South Carolina.

JOE KEARNEY, now retired, is the former commissioner of the Western Athletic Conference, and former athletic director at Washington, Michigan State and Arizona State. A World War II veteran, he also served as the chair of the U.S. Olympic Committee Board of Directors and as a high school principal. Joe and his wife, DOROTHEA HURST KEARNEY '50, live in Tucson, Arizona. They have five children and 11 grandchildren.

WES LINGREN retired from the SPU faculty in December 1998. At SPU, he taught chemistry, directed the University Scholars Program, served as NCAA faculty representative for 25 years and coached the tennis team for eight years. Wes lives in Bellevue, Washington.

V.O. "BUD" MCDOLE writes that he and his wife are still enjoying sunsets over Seattle from their Eastside home in Clyde Hill. "We have abandoned retirement and are very busy with a new Œscripture imaging' ministry called BibleVista (," he says. Bud is a former chair of the SPU Board of Trustees.

E. ROBERT "BOB" MCDOWELL retired in 1995 after a career as a Free Methodist minister. He spent the last 25 years of his ministry as executive director of Warm Beach Camp and Conference Center. Bob is now consulting for Christian camps, and he is the event coordinator for the 2003 Free Methodist General Conference to be held on the SPU campus June 28-July 4, 2003. He lives in Stanwood, Washington, with his wife, Yvonne.

HECTOR MUNN was a professor in earth sciences and chemistry at George Fox College for many years, followed by 17 years as registrar. He retired in 1994. Hector and his wife, VERNA RICE MUNN '53, have two sons, including JAMES MUNN '86. They have traveled to Brussels and Rwanda, where they hosted a guest house for World Relief and started two secondary schools for Friends Missions. The Munns make their home in Port Townsend, Washington.

JACQUELYN EDWARDS NOLTE and her husband, LLOYD NOLTE '48, are retired and living in Seattle. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on the beaches of southern Portugal in April. In August, they celebrated again with their five children, their spouses and six grandchildren at the Casey Conference Center (Camp Casey) on Whidbey Island.

HARRY OLDENBURGER is retired from the pastorate and lives in Vancouver, Washington.

MARILYN FIELD PORTER and her husband, BILL PORTER '53, are enjoying retirement. Marilyn was a teacher, and Bill was the technical director at Naval Weapons Center, China Lake. Residents of Ridgecrest, California, they are active in their church and enjoy traveling and visiting their three children and 12 grandchildren. They have also participated in volunteer mission assignments.

HELEN HOOVER RASH and her husband, BUD RASH '49, lived in Sacramento, California, in the same house for 41 years. Two years ago, they moved to Elk Grove, just south of Sacramento. They have three children, including KYM RASH-NEWELL '80, and six grandchildren. Helen was a homemaker until the children were teens and then worked in school nursing for 14 years. The couple is actively involved in their Free Methodist church.

ROSS SHAW retired from his work as a professor of biology at SPU in 1996. He lives in Seattle.

PAULINE GILMAN WHALEN and her husband are both retired schoolteachers. They live in the mountain community of Shingletown, California, located east of Redding, near Lassen National Park.

Class of 1957

Reunion: Saturday, February 2, 10:00 a.m. Complimentary continental brunch. Fireside Room, Student Union Building.

MARY ANN ENNIS DELONG lives in Port Townsend, Washington, where she and her family operate "Old Consulate Inn," a Victorian bed-and-breakfast. The inn is located in a historic mansion, the site of a former German consulate.

DAVE GEORGE met his wife, ANGIE KOSANKE GEORGE '56, at SPC and the two were married in the summer of 1957. A resident of Yakima, Washington, Dave retired from teaching and coaching in 1988 after a 31-year career. Since then, he has been working in the life insurance and securities business, and is a representative for Pacific West Securities of Renton, Washington. The Georges have two children, DEBBIE GEORGE MACLURG '81 and DAN GEORGE '84, and four grandchildren. They enjoy walking, golfing, camping, traveling and family get-togethers.

EVELYN FREEMAN taught in several states while following her husband, Bill, on his assignments with the U.S. Air Force. While living in Seattle for 13 years, she taught in the Seattle Public Schools and was a director of Christian education. She then lived in Washington, D.C., for 20 years, where she worked in Christian education and directed nationwide programs for the U.S. departments of the Treasury, Interior and Army. Now living in Port Townsend, Washington, Evelyn is chair of the mission communications team for the Presbyterian Synod of Alaska NW, and coordinates education and outreach programs for the Port Townsend Presbyterian Church.

DICK HEDGES retired from the private practice of psychology last year. He and his wife, Jean, have enjoyed traveling to France and Sweden, and visiting their two granddaughters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Hedges make their home in Seattle.

BEVERLY ABEL JACKSON is retired from teaching in Washington's Renton School District. She and her husband, G. PAUL JACKSON '56, live in Gig Harbor, Washington. They enjoy missions, travel and spending time with their grandchildren.

LES NELSON is married and has four children and 11 grandchildren. He practiced pediatrics for 20 years in his hometown of Everett, Washington, and then spent 10 years as medical director at Blue Cross in Seattle. He retired in 1994 and continues to live with his wife in Everett.

DON NEWSOME lives in Renton, Washington, with his wife, ALMA OSTRANDER NEWSOME '58. The couple attends University Presbyterian Church in Seattle and became grandparents for the first time last year. Don's company, UV SYSTEMS Inc., keeps him busy, and he is currently redoing its website, He will travel to Europe with his son and daughter-in-law next year.

MARILYN SPURLING PAUL lives in Langley, British Columbia, Canada.

JAY PEARSON and KATHY JORDAN PEARSON are founding members of the Sacred Music Chorale, a 50-voice a cappella group dedicated to singing the great music of the Christian church. Alumnus BRAD KLOSTREICH '93 is the group's director. Jay and Kathy live in Kirkland, Washington.

QUENTIN PECK was a senior admissions officer at the King County (Washington) Juvenile Court's Youth Service Detention Center from 1955 to 1980. He then spent seven years as regional assistant coordinating comptroller of the Christian Broadcasting System Network's "Operation Blessing." For the last 121/2 years, he has worked part-time in maintenance and security for the headquarters of Dick's Drive-In Restaurant in Seattle. Quentin is a longtime member of Philadelphia Church, and has served on its Board of Trustees for four years. He's been in the church choir, and his wife, Virgie, played the violin in the church orchestra. They live in Seattle.

DUANE ROOT was a U.S. Army bandsman from 1957-1959. He married Margaret Carper in 1959, and the couple had four children. Duane worked as a band director in Minnesota and Idaho from 1959 until 1972, when he became a high school principal. He served as director of instruction in Sanaa, Yemen, and superintendent of schools in Owyhee County, Idaho. In 1986, he became co-founder/vice president of Quality Schools International (QSI), which has 21 schools in 18 countries. In his role with QSI, he lived for nine years in Yemen and three years in the Ukraine. The grandfather of eight now makes his home in Wilder, Idaho.

FREDRIC SJOHOLM and JOANNE PEARSON SJOHOLM live in Everett, Washington, where Fred is the senior shareholder of Hascal Sjoholm & Co. CPA, and the chairman of Providence Medical Center Foundation. The Sjoholms have three children: PAUL SJOHOLM '83, PAMELA SJOHOLM RUDEEN '85 and CHRISTOPHER SJOHOLM '92.

JEAN WHITFORD is vice president of Retired Teachers of Kitsap County. She lives in Silverdale, Washington, and attends Silverdale Baptist Church. The author of God's Rice Bowl, a book about her experiences in China, Jean gives frequent presentations about China, Russia and Australia.

HARVEY TAYLOR and his wife, Nina, finished their work with KunDe Foundation in Tibet in November 2001. They are in Katmandu, Nepal, until the end of January to help a related organization with its work.

Class of 1962

Reunion: Saturday, February 2, 2:00 p.m. Complimentary refreshments. Second Floor Seminar Room, Library.

FLORA TODD ALLEN retired in 1999 from George Fox University, where she was a family and consumer sciences associate professor and department chair. She is now the owner/designer of Allen Interiors. Flora's husband, RICH ALLEN '60, is an administrator at George Fox. They have two sons, including MICHAEL ALLEN '86. Flora and Rich reside in Newberg, Oregon.

LAWANDA CARTWRIGHT-MARVIK has taught kindergarten in Washington's Auburn School District for more than 20 years. She was named Auburn's "Teacher of the Year" in 2000. LaWanda lives in Puyallup, Washington.

MARILEE KAUFFMAN DREW lives in Federal Way, Washington, and is an instructional assistant in a special education classroom at Kentridge High School in Kent, Washington. She has three children and four grandchildren.

OIKWAN (BETTY) KWOCK GONG is retired after teaching for 36 years. She traveled with her husband last November to Thailand for a Peace Corps reunion, where he met with the princess of Thailand for lunch. They had planned more traveling but postponed those plans after the September 11 attack. Betty is a school and church volunteer, and is enjoying the couple's first grandson, born in October 2001. They live in Riverside, California.

SYLVIA SWAN HAGEN and her husband, Ron, live in Livermore, California. Parents of five and grandparents of 11, they will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary next summer.

PATT CUMMINGS HARDY is retired after teaching for 40 years in Southern California. For many years she crossed Terminal Island and the main channel of Los Angeles Harbor from her home in Long Beach, California, to teach in the Los Angeles Unified School District.

JAMES KURTZ retired after 33 years as an engineering manager at the Boeing Company. He has one daughter and four grandchildren. James and his wife, Nancy, live in Anacortes, Washington.

BERNICE LAVIK lives in Issaquah, Washington, and is retired from her work in the Seattle Public Schools. She has two daughters, MIRIAM LAVIK GILL '68 and REBECCA LAVIK LARSEN '78.

JOHN MOFFITT retired from the Seattle Public Schools in 1995 after 35 years as an elementary teacher and principal. He now works part-time for Foundation House at Northgate, a senior retirement community. He also serves on the board of Foundation House and the Seattle Education Foundation, as well as on the SPU Alumni Board. John enjoys golf, traveling to visit his daughters and families in New Jersey and Georgia, and doting on his six grandchildren. He writes that he has fond memories of SPC, where he met his wife, SHIRLEY PAULI MOFFITT '64.

ELOISE BROCK PHILLIPS graduated from Cascade College in 1962, as did her twin sister, Eleanor. Eloise married VICTOR PHILLIPS CC '66, and the couple has three sons and three grandchildren. During her career, Eloise taught second and fifth grades; multi-handicapped, vision-impaired children; and hearing-impaired children. She is now a substitute teacher for kindergarten through 12th grade. She also teaches Sunday School, assists in junior church and is a member of the Community Network board. Eloise volunteers two nights a week at the local teen center and enjoys a rousing game of ping pong. She lives in Walla Walla, Washington.

BOB PUTNAM lives in Columbia, South Carolina, and has begun his third year of seminary at Columbia International University. He intends to earn a degree in Bible languages (Hebrew and Greek).

CAROL SUNDBERG STRUM married her high school sweetheart ‹ a dentist from Seneca, South Carolina ‹ in April of 1992. Carol taught school for 18 years, served on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ from 1965 to 1968, and owned and directed a finishing school for girls and women in Tampa, Florida. She now lives in Seneca.

OPAL TOWNSEND writes from Kaneohe, Hawaii, "The years I spent at SPC-SPU were filled with happiness. I'm still around, enjoying life in Hawaii in my Œyouthful' 95th year."

GEORGE WAGNER retired from Seattle School District #1 after 36 years of teaching. He travels throughout the United States six months each year in a motorhome. George's home base is Lacey, Washington.

Class of 1967

Reunion: Saturday, February 2, 6:00 p.m. Dinner buffet. Lounge, Emerson Hall.

LAUREL STEDDOM BALLOU was a teacher/administrator for 22 years. She is now a real estate agent, managing the office for a developer of a community near Lake Tahoe. Laurel enjoys distance bicycling and backpacking with her husband, Bob, who is the executive director of the Pacific Crest Trail Association. The Ballous live in Minden, Nevada.

BOB BURWELL and LYNN CREED BURWELL make their home in Edmonds, Washington. They remember their college years punctuated by Vietnam, the assassination of JFK, protests against the war and racial discrimination. Bob writes, "Our years at SPC made us aware of social issues in America and how we could respond. Our time together at SPC made a large impression on who we are today and will be tomorrow."

JOAN HEWITT BUTLER retired from elementary teaching in 2000. She enjoys caring for her family, home, yard and garden. Joan's husband, Arde, does maintenance work at Tilikum Retreat Center for George Fox University. The couple lives in Dundee, Oregon.

JOANN CAETANO received a master's degree in marriage, family and child counseling from Azusa Pacific University in 1982. She lives in Roseville, California, and has been a regional manager with Primerica, a subsidiary of Citigroup, since 1988. Co-owner of a dog and cat boarding kennel, Joann established a nonprofit cocker spaniel rescue organization that has placed more than 1,000 dogs, saving them from euthanasia.

LINDA ELKINS ELLIS has worked at Weight Watchers for 13 years. Her husband, Ernie, is retired after 40 years of government service. Married for 36 years, the couple has four children and two grandchildren. They live in Folsom, California, and enjoy traveling in their RV and square dancing.

MARTI OKASAKI HAZZARD lives in Honolulu, Hawaii, where she has a retail clothing business. Her husband, Bob, has a successful plumbing and renovations business for bathrooms and kitchens. Marti has four children and two stepchildren.

KATHY SWANSON HOFF is retired after teaching for 32 years in Edmonds, Washington. She has since visited Vietnam, where she served with the Red Cross during the war. A resident of Lynnwood, Washington, Kathy substitute teaches and performs volunteer work with juveniles, Special Olympics and the elderly. She is married and has two children.

JACK JAFFE and CLELLA ILES JAFFE have two children, including SARA JAFFE REAMY '92. Jack works in the field of nursing infor-matics, which integrates nursing and computer science, at Willamette Valley Medical Center. Prior to that, he was in oncology nursing. Jack and Clella live in Newberg, Oregon.

JIM JOHNSON retired in 2000 to work on his book, which has the working title The Civil War and the Defeat of Christianity. He lives in Dawsonville, Georgia.

WAYNE KENNEY is the executive director of Bridge Ministries for Disability Concerns, a nonprofit organization that offers services to people with disabilities and their families. He and his wife, RUTH TUTHILL KENNEY '70, live in Bothell, Washington.

CHRIS GIBSON LINDBLAD retired from full-time teaching and now works part-time with Educational Tutoring and Consulting. Her husband, DONALD LINDBLAD '69, is the pastor of Trinity Reformed Baptist Church in Kirkland, Washington. They live on Mercer Island.

GENE MUMAU lives in Grants Pass, Oregon. He recently completed 31 years in pastoral ministry and his 10th year as pastor of Allen Creek Neighborhood Free Methodist Church.

JOEL PAGET is married to LORILEE NYHOLM PAGET '66. They have two children, including JEREMY PAGET '98. For 30 years, Joel has been an immigration and tax partner at the law firm of Ryan, Swanson and Cleveland in Seattle. He attends Westminster Chapel of Bellevue, Washington, where he was high school youth leader for 30 years. He has been an SPU trustee for 29 years and a member of the SPU Alumni Board for 27 years. Joel was named to Best Lawyers in America and as "Superlawyer" by Washington Law and Politics magazine. During the last 10 years, he has spent more than 10 weeks traveling in Europe and five weeks in Central America. He writes that he is "wondering what God has for me next." The Pagets live in Bellevue.

STEVEN PETTERSEN earned an associate's degree at Skagit Valley College and a bachelor's degree at Western Washington University after a stint on active duty in the U.S. Air Force. He then began teaching high school and went on to earn a master's degree at Portland State University. He returned to the Air Force, retired in 1996 and began teaching again. Last summer, he stopped teaching after 12 years total. Residents of Camas, Washington, Steven and his wife, Melody, enjoy their four children and 13 grandchildren. He is working on a young adult historical fiction book and teaches an adult Sunday School class at Laurel-wood Baptist Church.

SANDRA GOSNELL PYLES lives in Nampa, Idaho, with her husband. Since the last of their four children left home in September, Sandra has renewed her public teaching career after 29 years. She is now teaching fourth grade in the Nampa, Idaho, School District.

DENNIS REED has retired from teaching and now works full-time in the Sno-Isle Regional Library System in Marysville, Washington. His wife, CAROL SIZER REED '69, works there part-time. They live in Marysville, and both are actively involved in the Marysville Free Methodist Church.

JOY WILSON STALEY recently completed her doctoral academic work in clinical psychology at SPU. She is now a psychologist intern at Memorial Hospital in Yakima, Washington. She and her husband have six children and live in Yakima.

BARBARA SAMPSON STILLMAN and her husband, Jim Stillman, were featured in an article in The Wenatchee World. The Stillmans, who have served as Free Methodist missionaries in Africa for 29 years, were in Wenatchee for the Global Outreach 2001 Missions Conference last February. They returned to Tanzania in October.

RICHARD ZORNES retired in 1998 after a 31-year career in teaching, mostly as an elementary physical education specialist. He continues to substitute teach. Richard and his wife, Jeanne, a writer and speaker, have two teenagers. The Zornes family lives in Wenatchee, Washington.

Class of 1972

Reunion: Saturday, February 2, 6:00 p.m. Complimentary refreshments. Fireside Room, Student Union Building.

SUE LAUGHLIN BARWICK lives in Shelton, Washington, and is the director of quality improvement and the Diabetes Wellness Center at a local hospital. She has been married to her husband, Tom, for 29 years. They are foster parents of two and are active in their church. Sue enjoys gardening, tennis and biking.

JAN FISHER BLINCOE lives in Mesa, Arizona. She and her husband, Bob, have three children.

DAVID FINE earned his MBA after graduating from SPC. He now works for American Airlines and lives with his wife, Karen, in Dallas, Texas. David has one daughter.

DEBBI FINE GULBERG lives in Snohomish, Washington, with her husband, Larry. The couple has two children, including EDDIE GULBERG '99. Debbi teaches fourth grade in Woodinville, Washington.

DAVE HUNTER and JEANNE EHRET HUNTER '73 have gathered each summer since 1971 with friends from Fourth Hill and their families. The annual event is held at MARTY KLEIN '72's family beach house on Silver Lake outside of Spokane, Washington. Last summer's reunion was the 30th for the group.

GINGER FOSKET KAUFFMAN is on the pastoral staff of Marysville Free Methodist Church. Her husband, TOM KAUFFMAN '70, works for Boeing. They live in Marysville, Washington, with their two sons.

GEOFF KLEIN is in his 27th year of teaching, the last 23 of which have been in Washington's South Kitsap School District. His wife, Meg, is also a teacher. The couple has two sons and lives in Port Orchard, Washington.

PETER LOFGREN lives in the country near Chehalis, Washington, with his wife and horses.

BOB MASON, a science teacher at Shelton Middle School in Shelton, Washington, was nominated for Washington Teacher of the Year honors. He has taught at Shelton Middle School since 1973.

JON NOBLE is a software test engineer. His wife, Laura, is a surgical nurse. They have two adult children and live in Redmond, Washington.

J. VINCENT NORBERG has been a general contractor for more than 20 years. He and his wife have six children, ages 9-27, and they are in the process of adopting their 3-year-old foster son. The Norbergs live in Woodinville, Washington, and have been active at Evergreen Baptist Church in Shoreline for many years.

ROBERT ODMAN lives in Auburn, Washington, where he is an administrator at Auburn Riverside High School. Approaching his 30th year as an educator, Robert and his wife, Marianne, are now considering his next stage of life and vocation. They have two grown daughters, including HEATHER ODMAN BAUER '96, and a son in high school. They also have one grandson.

DARCY SORENSON PERRY and her family have moved to rural Nebraska after living in Alaska for more than 20 years. She is now the office manager/agent at Western Insurers of Nebraska in North Platte. Darcy and her husband, Jack Gregory, have three daughters. They reside in Ogallala.

JON SHARPE has joined Northwest Leadership Foundation (NLF) as a senior associate and city director. NLF works with churches, nonprofits and foundations to encourage renewal in the Seattle metro area. The organization is also developing a seminary (NW Graduate School) that offers certificate through doctoral programs. RAY BAKKE '65 is chancellor of the seminary. Jon and his wife, LAILA OLSEN SHARPE '73, SPU's alumni events and program manager, live in Seattle.

LANI JARVIS SIIRTOLA lives in Dollar Bay, Michigan, with her husband, David. The couple celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in September. Lani volunteers at Copper Country Christian School, teaches Sunday School, serves on the Lutheran Brotherhood Advisory Board, and manages her home. David owns and operates Siirtola Well Drilling, Inc. They have three children.

HAROLD WIEST is the new pastor of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. His wife, Charlene, was hired as minister of music. They and their three boys, he writes, "are definitely enjoying the milder climate in Kamloops." Prior to this, he had served as pastor of St. James Presbyterian Church in Dawson Creek, British Columbia.

KARON WILLIAMS is a seminar leader, elementary school teacher, and ordained minister with pastoral and evangelism ministry experience. She has written and sings her own praise and worship songs for concerts and praise teams. Karon lives in Seattle.

Class of 1977

Reunion: Saturday, February 2, 2:00 p.m. Complimentary refreshments. Lounge, Hill Hall.

MICHAEL BADE has been a full-time video producer for the last eight years but still does the occasional film score for PBS. His wife, Lisa, is an artist. The Bades have three children and live in Seattle.

PETER BALCH was promoted to vice president-general counsel for Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics in June 2001. He makes his home in Moorestown, New Jersey.

PATRICK BRADY is completing his sixth year as executive director of the Lutheran Conference and Retreat Center in Issaquah, Washington. A resident of Seattle, he is married and has seven children. Patrick's wife, Julie Josund, is the pastor of Calvary Lutheran Church in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. serves as director of music and worship for children and youth at First Presbyterian Church in San Mateo, California. She also teaches students privately in voice and piano. Cathleen lives in Pacifica, California.

PAULA SCHUFELDT BYNUM has returned to work full-time as an accountant. Her husband, David, continues to homeschool their children although, says Paula, "only two of our original five students remain." The Bynums, who live in Bellevue, Washington, have been caring for Paula's parents and handling all of their affairs for two years.

LINDA HURLIMAN CALMES recently completed her master of science degree in health services administration from Saint Mary's College in Moraga, California. She is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing in the Zeta Eta Chapter at California State University. Linda makes her home in Newcastle, California, and works for the state Department of Health Services as a nurse consultant. She oversees the clinical portion of breast and cervical cancer screening for low-income women.

STEVE DELAPP is a coordinator at Associated Grocers. His wife, MARJIE SKUDLER DELAPP '78, is a marketing representative for DeLapp Enterprises. They live in Kent, Washington, with their daughter.

JOHN FORTMEYER writes, "I am continuing to apply my media background to the Lord's work in two ways." He is the director of public information at George Fox University, a Christian university in Newberg, Oregon. He is also the publisher of Christian News Northwest, based in the Portland area. John and his family live in Newberg.

LINDA FREEMAN is an International Mission Board missionary to the Quichua people of Ecuador. She is involved in theological education and church planting. Linda is currently on a stateside assignment in Tacoma, Washington, until February 2002.

CAROL STEWART GOERZ is an Avon beauty consultant and "e-rep." She and her husband, LARRY GOERZ '76, have two daughters, including STACI GOERZ, a sophomore at SPU. The Goerz family lives in Cathedral City, California.

PAMELA LEFFMANN GOSLING lives in Pittsburg, California, and works part-time as a registered dietitian for WIC Program, and as a children's book consultant for Usborne Books. She also home-schools her three daughters. Pam's husband, Pete, works as a HVAC technician.

KEN HALL is a small-business owner supplying windows and doors. In his leisure time, he enjoys bird-hunting and home projects. His wife, LYNNE HANSEN HALL '76, is the administrative assistant to SPU's alumni director. The couple has three children, including SPU sophomore CHRIS HALL, and lives in Redmond, Washington.

ALICE HENDRICH is in her 24th year as a teacher in Oregon's Redmond School District. For the past 11 years, she has directed the District's sixth grade outdoor school. She makes her home in Bend, Oregon, and is an active member of First Baptist Church in Bend.

HEIDI NELSON is a clinical advisor/staff nurse in the telemetry unit at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle. She is a flutist with the Boeing Concert Band and enjoys travel and hiking. She lives in Seattle.

JOHN PETERSON recalls the life-shaping influence of SPU professors Ed Smyth and Frank Kline, and Muppet-viewing gatherings and Star War adventures with SPU classmates. A seminary graduate, he's worked in Hong Kong with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America for 17 years. He and his wife, Valerie, have two children.

JENNY FOOSHEE SWANSON married GREG SWANSON '75 the year before she finished her degree at SPC. After her graduation, they moved to Renton, Washington, where she taught gymnastics for several years. Greg worked at the Pacific Science Center, managed an Athlete's Foot store and joined the Boeing Company, where he's been for 22 years. Jenny eventually quit teaching gymnastics to work at a local high school. The couple has one daughter, and Jenny has been an active volunteer and running coach in her schools. They enjoy running and gardening, and own a greyhound that they got from a local rescue group. The family lives in Renton.

JENNY BIRD VANDERHOOF and FRED VANDERHOOF have been married for 22 years and live in Fresno, California. Jenny is a homemaker and Fred a sixth grade teacher. He is also the former chairman of the Fresno County Republican Committee and serves on the Selective Service Board. The Vanderhoofs are the parents of five children.

COLLEEN WALKER-NELSON works part-time at a hospital and is parish nurse at St. John Lutheran Church in Great Falls, Montana. She married Steve Nelson in 1981 and they live in Great Falls with their two daughters. Steve is pastor of St. John Lutheran Church.

Class of 1982

Reunion: Saturday, February 2, 6:00 p.m. Complimentary refreshments. Lounge, Miller Science Learning Center.

SHAWN KEARNEY BASSHAM is the director of program services for the March of Dimes and educates women throughout the state of Wyoming about infant and maternal health issues. Shawn lives in Casper, Wyoming, with her husband, Richard, and their two sons.

NANCY SCOTT BECKNER lives in Lake St. Louis, Missouri, and is a stay-at-home mom with three children. Her husband, CHIP BECKNER '93, advanced to captain at TWA/American Airlines in the spring of 2001. The Beckners are active in their church in St. Peters, Missouri. They also enjoy the regular company of another SPU alum, ANNA MCCLOUD DEAN '81, and her family.

LUANN CARLSON is an executive search specialist and has joined Corporate Strategies and Development, LLC, a Seattle-based organizational consulting and search firm serving Puget Sound businesses. As senior partner, she will use her background as a recruiter in concert with the other services Corporate Strategies provides.

CARLA PATTERSON CLEMENT is a homemaker married to BRUCE CLEMENT '81, a dentist in Lake City, Washington. They have four children. Carla is actively involved with her children's schools, Moms In Touch ministry, Community Bible Study and Powerful Partners in the Edmonds School District. She and her family live in Lynnwood, Washington.

BARBARA CLEMENTS has been a journalist for 18 years and is currently a business reporter and workplace section editor with the News Tribune in Tacoma, Washington. She covered the September 11 attack from Washington, D.C., for her newspaper. Barbara plans to get a master's degree in American studies, while continuing to hone her skills as an artist, horsewoman and mother. She is married to Gary Conner, assignment editor at KOMO TV; they have one daughter, three cats and "assorted other critters." The family lives in Kent, Washington.

NANCY CHRISTIANSEN DRINNON works part-time for Water Watch at Oregon as comptroller. A resident of Portland, Oregon, she also volunteers as the treasurer of her local PTA board. Nancy and her husband, Doug, have two daughters. The family is active at Temple Baptist Church.

KRISTIN ELLISON-OSLIN and her husband, Gordon, recently celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary. Kristin is chaplain at Fircrest Residence for disabled adults and writes that she is looking for volunteers to assist people to worship on Sundays at their Shoreline location. (Call or e-mail Response for a phone number.) Kristin and her family live in Seattle.

MARTHA NELSON GADY is the department chair for the Mathematics and Computer Science Department at Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington, where she has taught since 1984. She is active in the children's ministry at Whitworth Presbyterian Church. Martha, husband Steve and their daughter live in Colbert, Washington.

SHERI SMITH HITCH has taught junior high school for most of the last 19 years. She and her husband, Scott, live in Port Orchard, Washington, and have two children. Sheri continues to play her harp for enjoyment and ministry.

GREGORY HOISINGTON graduated from Des Moines Osteopathic School and did his medical residency at Blank Children's Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa. He now lives in Silver-dale, Washington, and has a practice in pediatrics.

FRANCIE URK MARTIN and her husband, George, homeschool their six children. They also have a communications contracting business. The Martins live in Soldotna, Alaska.

RON MCFARLAND went directly to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, after graduation and taught there for two years. He has taught in the Seattle Public Schools since 1986 and recently completed his master's degree in education. Ron and his wife, Pat, have been married for 20 years and have three daughters. They live in Seattle.

BERT POTWIN is a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps and serves as the commanding officer of Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 13 in Yuma, Arizona. He commands 700 marines who provide supply, maintenance, ordinance and information systems support to four AV-8B "Hurrier" squadrons.

REVADEAN QUASTAD lives in Morogoro, Tanzania, East Africa. He works for Youth With a Mission (YWAM), teaching English and health to Tanzanians.

CHRISTOPHER ROBINSON is executive director of International Network of Children's Ministry, which annually trains thousands of Christian leaders who work with children. His wife, Sheila, is the children's pastor at a large church in the Denver area. They have three children and reside in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.

SARAH ROCKSTEAD-GREEN is a patient care coordinator at the University of Washington Medical Center in the Orthopedic Department. Her husband, Dave, is an electrical engineer at the Boeing Company. They live in Brier, Washington, and enjoy hiking, backpacking, kayaking, snowshoeing and snow skiing.

BETH GROCOTT SAMMONS writes, "I have fond memories of cheap seats at the ballet, inspiring classes with Janet Knedlik, and figuring out that Œterrah and hurrah' in Poe's writing made more sense as Œterror and horror' when I figured in Fan Gates' charming Southern speech patterns. Most of all, I have standout memories of spending Fall Quarter of my senior year in Europe. I loved hiking to and from the castle/youth hostel down to the village of Heppen- heim, Germany." Beth now lives in Portland, Oregon.

SUZANNE GUSTAFSON SCHREINER lives in Lodi, California, and is a stay-at-home mom with three boys. She homeschools her seventh grade child. Suzanne's husband teaches at the local high school.

JANET NEWMAN SCLAR moved to Hydesville, California, in November 2000 with her husband, Tracy, two dogs, three chickens, one rabbit, fish and 150 rose bushes. They are expand- ing their mail order rose nursery.

BONNIE BARRETT STALDER is the lead obstetrics nurse at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Baker City, Oregon. Her oldest daughter was a homeschool graduate this year. Bonnie also homeschools her other three children and teaches a 4-H sewing group. The Stalders reside in Baker City.

Class of 1987

Reunion: Saturday, February 2, 2:00 p.m. Complimentary refreshments. Lounge, Weter Hall.

CAROL STANLEY CAMPBELL lives in Maryville, Tennessee.

HEATHER WHITEHEAD ERICKSON is in a graduate program at Seattle University, working toward a master's degree in counseling. She plans to become a school counselor. Heather and her husband, Steve, own and operate a landscape company and nursery. They have two boys and live in Bellevue, Washington.

JENNIE FULBRIGHT-HOLLAND taught music for a Montessori School, Cornerstone Christian School (CCS), and Prosser Piano and Organ Co. after graduating from SPU. Her CCS choir earned a superior marking at the 1999 Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Musicale held on the SPU campus. Jennie now gives voice and piano lessons at her home studio in Edmonds, Washington. She also sings with the Seattle Symphony Chorale and with the worship team at Cornerstone Community Church.

DIANE BLACK HALLBERG taught physical education for 10 years before retiring to stay home with her four daughters. A resident of Wenatchee, Washington, Diane also coaches volleyball and basketball at Wenatchee High School in between "taxiing girls to sports practices and homeschooling." Diane's husband, Rick, is a manager for Bank of America. They attend the Wenatchee Free Methodist Church.

JEANNINE HARBER received her master's degree in Christian education and youth ministry from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She is now in Tucson, Arizona, where she works as the youth minister at Christ the King Episcopal Church.

JERMAINE PEACORE LARSON has lived Bellingham, Washington, for the past five years. Her husband, Bruce, is a professor at Western Washington University. They have three children.

JACKIE NAGEL LAWSON and her husband, DAVID LAWSON '92, own a World Gym. He is a professional natural bodybuilder and Jackie is a polygrapher. They both promote natural bodybuilding competitions in the Northwest. Jackie writes that she is also getting into politics. The Lawsons live in Dallas, Oregon.

ROD MORASCH is the president and CEO of Morasch Consulting Inc., a land development, home-building and real estate services corporation. He lives in Camas, Washington.

SCOTT LARUE has been teaching for 12 years in the Puyallup School District, currently at Shaw Road Elementary School. He and his wife, HEATHER MCCAHAN LARUE '93, have three children and live in Spanaway, Washington.

ELIZABETH "BITSY" WARFEL O'NEIL moved back to Seattle in 2000 with her son. She teaches English as a Second Language at Seattle community colleges and also homeschools her son.

RICHARD REIFEL has traveled extensively in Asia, Europe and Africa. He writes he is "working way too hard for a small software company." He lives with his wife, Shelley, and stepdaughter in Englewood, Colorado.

MICHELE RUDISILL ROWLEY is a stay-at-home mom. She and her husband, JEFF ROWLEY '88, live in Bothell with their two daughters. They attend Elim Baptist Church in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle

TRICIA SCOVILLE SCHWARTZ is an employee of Swedish Medical Center in the medical oncology outpatient department. She has been married seven years and has two children. The family lives in Bellevue, Washington.

GERALD SMITH lives in Anchorage, Alaska, and is enrolled at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. His wife, JANEL JACKSON SMITH '86, homeschools their two children.

KAREN LINDQUIST STEMWELL has been a transplant/dialysis nurse at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle since 1988. Her husband, John, is a teacher at Parkside Elementary School. They have both run the Royal Victoria Marathon for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Team in Training Program. Seattle residents, the Stemwells attend Bethany Presbyterian Church and enjoy running, skiing and hiking.

DOUG TAYLOR writes that he enjoys camping, hiking and working at SPU as the alumni director. He and his wife, Jean, have two daughters and live in Seattle.

CARRIE DROZDOWSKI TIBBETTS enjoys homeschooling her two children, and she and her husband are looking forward to adding to their family through the foster-adopt program. They live in Redmond, Washington.

CHERYL BRAGONIER VUKELICH is a part-time hospice nurse, full-time "home executive" and volunteer for the youth program at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church in Johnston, Iowa. Her husband, Milo, is an attorney for Principal Financial Group. They have two children and live in Johnston.

PAM MARTIN WHEELER makes her home in Beaverton, Oregon, and is a part-time registered nurse in two clinics. Her husband, J.R., is the pastor of a small, rural church. The Wheelers have two children.

WENDY WAHLSTROM WOOD and her husband are missionary candidates with Christian and Missionary Alliance. They are in training at a church in North Seattle for a total of two years and then they will travel overseas with their two children.

Class of 1992

Reunion: Saturday, February 2, 2:00 p.m. Complimentary refreshments. Lounge, Emerson Hall.

LYNN KRAUS BOBERG works part-time from her home office as a product manager for Funosophy's new product line, KidQ's. She and her husband, DAN BOBERG '98, live in El Segundo, California, and have one daughter. They both teach at children's church and Lynn leads a women's Bible study.

JENNIFER BOSANKO earned a master's degree in education from Lesley College in 1996. She lives in Auburn, Washington, and has taught special education at Thomas Jefferson High School since 1993. Jennifer and her husband are the parents of two children.

SQUIRE BROEL lives with his wife and two daughters in Walla Walla, Washington.

LYNN VANDERLEY BROWN and her husband, Dave, make their home on five acres in Enumclaw, Washington. In addition to caring for her three children, Lynn runs a home business based on the science of glyconutritionals.

KRISTI LANGSTRAAT BUSCHING is an administrative assistant at the Community Log Church in Brewster, Washington. Her husband, DEAN BUSCHING '94, is a high school English teacher and soccer coach. They have two children and live in Brewster.

SHU-MEI GLORIA CHWO is working to complete a Ph.D. in linguistics. She writes, "I really miss the days in SPU, where my professional development in education goes hand in hand with my Christian faith." Shu-Mei lives in the United Kingdom.

MALAIKA SMITH CLELLAND moved to San Diego, California, with her husband, Jackson, in July. Malaika is a social worker for Children's Hospital and Jackson is an associate pastor with young adults at Trinity Presbyterian Church.

HEATHER WATTNEM CRAIG has worked for the Bothell, Washington, Police Department as a 911 police dispatcher and trainer for more than five years. She and her husband, Michael, are hoping to start a family this year. They live in Everett, Washington.

BARB GENSMAN FARRELL is a stay-at-home mom with two active boys. She and her husband, Scott, will celebrate nine years of marriage this fall. They live in Snohomish, Washington.

KIM DALRYMPLE FORCIER and her husband, CHAD FORCIER '95, recently moved to Auburn Hills, Michigan, where Chad is an assistant coach for the Detroit Pistons. Kim is continuing her work as a college counselor in the Detroit area.

CARRIE NELSON GENDRON lives in Monroe, Washington, and is a stay-at-home mom with three young children. Her husband, KIRK GENDRON '93, has worked for North Creek Analytical for the past seven years.

CHRISTY DUNAWAY GLAZE married Dave Glaze in January 1999 and completed a master's degree in teaching English as a Second Language in the summer of 1999. She taught high school Spanish at a residential school in Westminster, Colorado, until the birth of her son in February 2000. The family makes their home in Westminster.

DEBBIE OLSHEFSKY GOERING worked as a human resources manager for several companies in the Seattle area before deciding to be a stay-at-home mom in 1999. Debbie and her husband, KURT GOERING '91, have two children. They live in Monroe, Washington.

MARVIN GRAY and JULIE RADDATZ GRAY both work at Rainier Avenue Church, a multiethnic congregation in South Seattle. Julie is an executive assistant and worship leader, and Marvin is a Youth Outreach worker. They have four children and live in Seattle.

ELIZABETH PETERKA HANLY has been married to Phil Hanly since 1992. They have two children, including a baby born in December. The Hanlys live in Kirkland, Washington.

MELANIE HOLDCROFT has lived in Maui since 1999 and currently works at the Community Clinic of Maui. Her husband, LANE HOLD-CROFT '88 is a systems analyst for Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company.

CURTIS HAY spent eight years in the Air Force Officer Corps and has worked as an electrical engineer with the Onstar Corporation in Michigan for the past six months. He and his wife, Christy, live in Clarkston, Michigan, and have three children.

SHARON HOUK is a marketing manager at a Seattle-area interior design/architecture firm. She takes creative classes at the School of Visual Concepts and enjoys traveling when she can. Sharon lives in Seattle.

SHANE JOHNSON is the director of systems integration at World Wide Packets, a startup company that brings high-speed Internet access via fiber optics to homes. Shane lives with his wife, WENDY MARSHALL JOHNSON '93, in Greenacres, Washington.

ERIK LITTLE lives in Seattle and is a systems engineer at Infospace in Bellevue, Washington. He is married to CINDY MORSE LITTLE '94.

JOY ABBOTT MADOLE lives in Huntington Beach, California, and works part-time as an emergency room nurse at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center. Her husband, Kent, is a professor and baseball coach at Irvine Valley Community College. They have two sons.

BRAD MCDANIEL runs his family hardware store, McDaniel Do It Center, in Snohomish, Washington. AMY BAKER MCDANIEL taught fourth and fifth grade in Mukilteo, Washington, but now stays home with their four children. The McDaniels live in Snohomish.

HOPE MCPHERSON lives in Bellevue, Washington, and has worked in University Communications at SPU for two years. Prior to that, she wrote features for newspapers and magazines, and continues to do so on a freelance basis. She also writes screenplays.

JIM MISCHEL is a business owner and patent attorney. He describes himself as "... still single and looking for SPU alum." Jim lives in Seattle.

MOLLY MONTGOMERY has worked for The Domain Group for 10 years, and after a year at their Atlanta office, she was transferred back to Seattle. She now serves as the agency's online services manager. Molly's sister, MAGGIE MONTGOMERY '96, and brother, PATRICK MONTGOMERY '02, both followed in her footsteps at SPU. Molly lives in Seattle.

TROY MULJAT and his wife, Heather, had their third child in July. They live in Bellingham, Washington.

TYRA MURRAY and SETH MURRAY own and manage a home Internet business, The Rosary Shop ( Seth also does computer consulting and investing. Tyra teaches tumbling at a local community center and homeschools. Members of St. James parish in McMinnville, Oregon, the Murrays host a weekly prayer group. They have three children and celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary in August 2001. The family lives in McMinnville.

HEATHER WEEKS NICOLAE lives in Otelu Rosu, Romania, where she has been a missionary since 1998.

SHANNON BEAN OLSON worked in pediatric and obstetrics nursing until her two sons arrived. She writes, "Marty and I are thoroughly enjoying the joys of simple living now that the Army days are behind us." The Olsons live in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

KATHY DAUGHERTY POMEROY left teaching to become a stay-at-home mom for two young children. Her husband, Troy, is the youth pastor at Albany First Assembly of God. Kathy and her family live in Albany, Oregon.

TAMMI PALMER ROBERTIELLO is a nurse in an Eye Surgery Department at St. Vincent Hospital in Portland, Oregon. She and her husband, Dominic, have three children and live in Newberg, Oregon.

CHRISTINE LUSH ROTH-SCHILLER has stopped teaching third grade to stay at home with her two children. Her husband, Chad, designs software at Microsoft. The Rothschillers live in Edmonds, Washington.

CHAD RUSSELL is stationed at Edwards Air Force Base in Edwards, California. He is flight commander with the 413 Flight Test Squadron. He and his wife, Molly, have a son.

BECKY GODFREY SAMUDRE works part-time as a charge nurse on the intensive care unit at Valley Medical Center in Renton, Washington. She has four children and serves as secretary to a nonprofit organization called India Missionary Training Board, which raises support for missionaries. Becky lives in Renton.

MIA SILLANPAA plans to pursue a doctorate in administration. A 70 percent disabled Army vet, Mia is single, works in theatre/education and lives in Tacoma, Washington.

KEVIN SPENGLER works at Microsoft as a systems analyst. His wife, KIRSTI HUMPHREYS SPENGLER '95, taught kindergarten in the Shoreline School District until the birth of their daughter in March. The Spenglers live in Shoreline, Washington.

PAM YOUNG-HOLT taught for several years after graduation and earned her master's degree in education. She now enjoys being at home in Portland, Oregon, with her young son and daughter. Pam and her husband are expecting their third child in February.

Class of 1997

Reunion: Saturday, February 2, 6:00 p.m. Complimentary refreshments. Lounge, Weter Hall.

CAROLINE HOVICK BARRIE is a stay-at-home mom with two children. She and her husband, Jeremy, live with their family in Shoreline, Washington.

GINA MOODY BOLENBAUGH works with the high school ministry at Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena, California. She was recently licensed as a minister in the church. Gina and her husband, Jon, celebrated their five-year wedding anniversary in July. They live in Altadena, California.

GINNY BOON is the marketing manager for Baylis Architects in Bellevue, Washington. Before joining Baylis, she worked in the high-tech industry.

JENNIFER BUNCH is currently a stay-at-home mother with a 2-year-old. She and her husband, Jordan Greenbaum, live in Portland, Oregon.

SETH GARY lives in San Marcos, California, and is the resort assistant manager at San Diego's Four Seasons Resort Aviara. He writes, "My best memories are from fourth Ashton and three individuals who have changed my life: NATHAN HARTMAN '97, JOSH VAN EATON'97 and BRANDON LOHSE '97. I miss them all!"

BRENDA GREGURICH and her husband, Tim Walker, will move to Sicily, Italy, with the U.S. Navy in June 2002. She plans to continue to sing, counsel those in addictions and write. The couple now lives in Marysville, Washington.

LINDALEE EDWARDS HENDERSON lives in Bellevue, Washington, and is earning her master of divinity degree at Fuller Theological Seminary Northwest. She also works as care ministry coordinator at First Presbyterian Church of Seattle.

KELLY HOLTZ worked at Arvin Industries in Columbus, Indiana, as a manufacturing assistant manager before moving to Cleveland to become an assistant to Marsh Inc.'s CFO/CAO. She now lives in Cleveland and is a full-time mom for her daughter.

TRACY JOHNSON and JESSICA GILL JOHNSON are working on master of divinity degrees at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. They live in South Hamilton, Massachusetts.

MEGHAN KIERNAN works with TIM VIERS '99 at Avenue A, a digital media company in Seattle. Meghan makes her home in Seattle.

TERRY DUNCAN MARTIN is a teacher in the North Kitsap School District. She and her husband, Mike, recently celebrated their second wedding anniversary. They live in Suquamish, Washington, and have a daughter.

BILL MCBRIDE is a financial analyst. He and his wife live in San Francisco, California.

HOLLY KLOCKE MCGALLIARD and JOHN MCGALLIARD '96 married in 2001. They live in Los Angeles, California, near the beach.

JANA MICHAEL was a registered nurse in the U.S. Air Force after graduation. She spent three years in Europe, and now lives in San Antonio, Texas, where she works in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Wilford Hall Medical Center. She plans to move to Japan in a couple of years and eventually move closer to "home" in Seattle.

JONATHAN NEAL and wife LAUREN COMPTON NEAL '95 live with their infant daughter in Bothell, Washington.

AMY PALM has been hired to work with the Washington State Patrol Seattle Crime Laboratory. A forensic DNA scientist within the Bio/DNA Unit, she previously worked at a private corporation in Seattle as a forensic DNA analyst. Amy resides in Seattle.

GEOFFREY PING attends the University of Washington School of Dentistry. He lives in Seattle.

JAMES PRICHARD completed his master's degree in photojournalism at Ohio University's School of Visual Communication. He now works as the assistant picture editor at Education Week in Washington, D.C. His wife, TERESA WESTPHAL PRICHARD '97, is earning a second bachelor's degree in nursing at Johns Hopkins. They live in Baltimore, Maryland, and hope to return to the Northwest as soon as possible.

ANGIE HAGEDORN REYNOLDS moved to Lansing, Michigan, and designs homes for a local builder. She married Brian Reynolds in October 2000, and they will remain in Michigan while he completes his residency in emergency medicine. They eventually plan to return to live in the Northwest.

ABRAHAM LILOA ROCHA recently graduated from Gonzaga Law School in Spokane and took the Washington state bar exam in August. His wife, ERIN LUNDIN ROCHA '96, is a nurse in the NICU at Spokane's Sacred Heart Medical Center. They live in Post Falls, Idaho.

JESSICA MAJORS SHRINER received her master's degree in social work from the University of Washington in 2001. In May 1999, she married PAUL SHRINER '97. The Shriners live with their two cats in Everett, Washington.

KELLY SMITH lives in Illinois and teaches seventh grade in a private school. He married Kathy Dexheimer in July.

KRISSIE NELSON SMITH recently took the CPA exam. Her husband, KORY SMITH, a manager at Seitel Leeds and Associates, is about to finish his MBA at SPU. They live in Kirkland, Washington.

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