Kenneth Hulburt B.A. ‘34, July 12, 2006, age 92. He worked for 30 years in the public school system as a teacher, athletic coach, and principal. He was on the board of the Medford Rural Fire District and was state president for three years for the Oregon Fire District Directors.
Helen MacPherson Connine B.S. ‘43, September 9, 2006, age 84. She taught second and sixth grades for 28 years in the Glide School District.
O. Harold Smith B.A. ‘45, September 11, 2006, age 83. He owned a certified public accounting firm, Smith, Gerstein & Smith, and was a member of the school board in Vancouver, Washington.
Dean E. Billings B.S. ‘48, September 10, 2006, age 82. He served in the Navy during World War II and made a career as an engineer for E.S. Constant Company.
Robert Kent B.S. ‘48, September 4, 2006, age 78. He was a vice president of Western Equipment Company of Portland.
Duncan O. Faus B.A. ‘49, July 25, 2006, age 82. He lived in Monterey, California, where he taught mathematics and loved to ride his bicycle through the byways of the Monterey Peninsula.
William Wonderlick B.S. ‘49, November 5, 2006, age 79. He was a teacher for Portland Public Schools.
Lee A. Daniels B.S. ‘50, September 2, 2006, age 79. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II and the Naval Reserve during the Korean War. He worked for 30 years as a business development officer for U.S. Bank. Past president of Mount Hood Ski Patrol and commodore of Klamath Yacht Club, he climbed Mount Hood and Mount Rainier and sailed the South Pacific.
William E. Heber Jr. B.A. ‘50, August 5, 2006, age 80. He was a principal and superintendent for the Cupertino (California) School District.
Patrick Howland B.S. ‘50, August 1, 2006, age 80. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II and later went to work as an insurance agent.
Helen Bonadurer Mader B.S. ‘51, August 15, 2006, age 78. She worked as an accountant and a realtor.
Charles L. “Mickey” Healey B.S. ‘52, November 8, 2006, age 88. He served with the Army Air Corps 17th Photo Reconnaissance during World War II. He later worked at the Social Security Administration and took pride in his lithograph work.
Mary Miller Leaverton B.A. ‘52, September 6, 2006, age 76. She was a kindergarten and second grade teacher at Duniway Elementary School. She was a member of the Town Club and a board member of the Parry Center.
Warren Lindstedt B.A. ‘53, August 2005. He was a member of Lambda Phi Epsilon and worked in medical claims and personnel.
Blanche Caffiere M.Ed. ‘54, November 19, 2006, age 100. She was an avid swimmer well into her 80s. A schoolteacher and librarian for more than 50 years, she taught in Seattle, Portland, and in London as a Fulbright exchange teacher. She met the young Bill Gates while working as a librarian at Seattle’s View Ridge School. Gates later credited her with inspiring his philanthropic effort to bring technology into school libraries. Caffiere published several articles and books including Rocking Chair Memories (2002), about her childhood.
Esther Evans Leinbach B.S. ‘54, October 14, 2006, age 82. She was a caseworker for the Yamhill County Welfare Office and had a passion for the peace movement, natural foods, and alternative healing movements. A lifetime member of the International Society for Astrological Research, she published a daily forecast titled “Daily Astrological Currents” and numerous books including Degrees of the Zodiac (Macoy Publishing, 1972).
Jaqueline Pochert Sandvig B.S. ‘54, October 29, 2006, age 77. She taught for Portland Public Schools, and later for Navy dependent schools in Italy, Morocco, and Guam.
Virgil Edwin Velene J.D. ‘56, July 21, 2006, age 91. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and was an attorney for the Internal Revenue Service for 35 years.
Myles Ralston J.D. ‘58, August 13, 2006, age 78.
Gary Wright B.S. ‘58, October 29, 2006, age 70. After serving in the Navy, he moved to Tigard in the late 1960s and was a counselor for the Tigard School District for more than 20 years.
William B. Workman B.S. ‘59, September 20, 2006, age 69. He played “FanFare” on his coronet at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland and learned to fly a plane in the National Guard. After earning a master’s degree from Harvard Business School, he founded Workman Forest Products and Pacific Mill Supply.
Ella I. Kennell B.A. ‘61, September 12, 2006, age 87. She was a secretary at the Bonneville Power Administration and a longtime member of the Eighth Church of Christ, Scientist in Portland.
Sandra L. Lindsey B.A. ‘64, J.D. ‘99, September 20, 2006, age 64. She was an English professor.
Allen Hein J.D. ‘69, July 19, 2006, age 68.
Richard G. Ford J.D. ‘71, August 23, 2006, age 66. He was a contract lawyer for Boeing.
Terrence C. Tindall B.S. ‘71, M.A. ‘74, September 7, 2006, age 59. He taught special education and served as a school psychologist in Yuma, Arizona.
Maureen Karigan-Goodrich M.A. ‘72, August 4, 2006, age 59. She was a special education teacher in Lake Oswego and Tuality high schools.
Sally Pierce Sandy B.S. ‘73, September 9, 2006, age 55.
Sarah St. John Creswell B.A. ‘76, July 23, 2006, age 51. She met her husband-to-be, Jeff Creswell B.A. ‘76, during her first year at Lewis & Clark. She taught for Portland Public Schools over 16 years at nine elementary schools.
Michael Thomas Muñiz J.D. ‘78, September 30, 2006. In private practice Muñiz specialized in immigration law. He received many honors for his work, including the 2005 Gerald H. Robinson Excellence in Advocacy Award from the Oregon chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He was a founding member of Scholarships for Oregon Latinos, a program to assist Hispanic students in their education.
Eric K. Manning B.A. ‘81, August 28, 2006, age 47. A clinical psychologist, he was active in social service agencies in Santa Barbara, California.
Debra “Debi” Anderson J.D. ‘88, July 9, 2006, age 49. Anderson practiced law with Schulte Anderson and was active in the Oregon State Bar New Lawyers Division, where she founded several community service programs. Beginning in 1996, she shifted her focus from her profession to her family and community activities. She was named Bridlemile Elementary Volunteer of the Year in 2005 and was honored with a Bridlemile Heart of the Community Award in 2006.
Linda Algar J.D. ‘94, April 16, 2006, age 62.
Elizabeth “Lisa” Diane Geary J.D. ‘96, June 28, 2006, age 51. A member of the bar since 1997, she had practiced in both Oregon and Washington.