Class Notes - 1960s
Ann Haldors Fontaine ’63 is a reverend and the diocesan coordinator for Episcopal Relief and Development at the Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming. She raises funds and uses local networks to offer relief and rebuilding after disasters. Fontaine also serves as the communications coordinator for the diocesan response to Hurricane Katrina.
Eldon Wolfe ’64 retired from teaching music in 1996 but keeps his fingers in music by playing for church choirs. He also started his own vocal group with his wife, Joy, in Paradise, California. They tour Northern California two times a year performing sacred music concerts. He would love to hear from classmates from his era who might be in Northern California.
Arts & Sciences 40th Reunion Oct. 5-8, 2006
Law School 40th Reunion Sept. 7, 2006
Jude Russell ’66 started bicycle racing in 2003 at age 59. In 2004, after winning several Oregon gold medals, she competed in the U.S. Federation of Cycling National Time Trials in Park City, Utah, where she won a bronze medal. In 2005, she competed again and won a gold medal in the women’s 60-64 age category. Russell’s husband, David, has also won several Oregon gold medals and leads bicycle tours in Europe. The couple has traveled to France (twice) and Italy with two groups of cyclists.
George Cannelos ’69 was named federal cochair of the Denali Commission, the statefederal agency responsible for construction projects in the Alaskan bush country. The commission creates new bulkfuel storage facilities and health clinics, and provides job training, infrastructure, and other economic development services for needy communities in rural Alaska.