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Class Notes–1970s

October 21, 2015

1971

Arts & Sciences Reunion June 23−26, 2016

1972

Class Correspondents: Beth Knudsen, Bob Oleson, and Ronald Gaither notes@lclark.edu

1973

Class Correspondent: Becky Dimond notes@lclark.edu

1974

Class Correspondent: Merrilee MacLean notes@lclark.edu

1975 Missy Dalgarn B.A. retired in June 2010 after a 30-year career in human resources management within the consumer products industry (Pillsbury, Kraft Foods, and Daymon Worldwide). In 2014, Missy and twin sister Mindy created The Mop Shop, a nonprofit organization that provides cleaning supplies to those in need in Jo Daviess County, Illinois.

Gary Grenley J.D. received Lewis & Clark Law School’s 2015 Distinguished Business Law Graduate Award. The honor recognizes demonstrated exemplary leadership. Grenley is a partner in Garvey Schubert Barer’s business litigation practice in Portland.

1976

Arts & Sciences Reunion June 23−26, 2016

Class Correspondent: Susan Bennett Olson notes@lclark.edu

Linda Austin B.A., choreographer and performer, received a Performing Arts Fellowship from the Portland-based Regional Arts & Culture Council in 2014. With the support of the fellowship, she is revisiting past work and embarking on the creation of a new three-year, three-phase project, (Un)Made. She continues her efforts to support other artists through programming at Performance Works NorthWest (pwnw-pdx.org), which she cofounded in 1999 with husband Jeff Forbes B.A. ’78.

Douglas Neville B.S. now lives at a residential care facility in the Cully District of Northeast Portland. He developed cellulitis in his legs and feet and had to relearn how to walk. Neville is completely retired from the landscape maintenance business that he owned for 25 years. In his early career, he was active in Democratic politics, doing research for Neil Goldschmidt’s 1986 campaign for governor and writing speeches for Bud Clark when he was Portland’s mayor. Neville also did a KOPB radio show on Oregon history. His social life consists of participating in groups such as the Elks, Knights of Pythias, and Masonic Portland Lodge #55.

1978

Philip Berkowitz J.D. was appointed 2014–15 vice-chair of the International Employment Law Committee of the American Bar Association Section of International Law. Berkowitz, a shareholder in the New York City office of Littler, is also the U.S. practice cochair of the firm’s international employment law practice group.

Ann Lehman J.D. was honored by San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee in May 2014 for 20 years of advocating for women and girls. “Your dedication and service were instrumental in our city gaining international and nationwide recognition through the years, and your service has bolstered San Francisco’s reputation as a leader in equality and justice for all,” said Lee. “You have blazed a trail for generations of San Francisco women, and our city thanks you for your many significant contributions.” Lehman is principal at Zimmerman Lehman, a consulting firm to nonprofits, located in El Cerrito, California.

1979

Class Correspondent: Maggie Englund notes@lclark.edu

Jack Lundeen J.D. received the Hon. Ralph Holman Lifetime Achievement Award in March from the Clackamas County Bar.

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