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1960

Arts & Sciences Reunion June 24-27, 2010

1966

Ron Talney J.D. has had his poems published recently by the Legal Studies Forum of the College of Law of West Virginia University; in Bifocal, the journal of the American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging; and in non-law-related literary journals and periodicals. Several of Talney’s personal essays have been published in the Oregonian during the past year. Talney teaches a poetry workshop in Lake Oswego and designs and produces small-press publications of poetry.

1968

Jacqueline Richey B.A., four decades ago, dropped out of a Peace Corps training group headed for Ecuador. She relates, “I then married a returned Peace Corps volunteer with a promise from him that we would someday go to Latin America for two years. We immediately went to Southeast Asia for two years (Vietnam and the Philippines). We came back to the U.S. (Michigan and Oregon) for family (one daughter and two foster daughters) and career. (After getting an M.B.A. from Portland State University, I was CFO at small and medium-sized nonprofits in Portland.) After waiting 42 years we are finally in Latin America–we retired and moved to Morelia, Mexico. We teach English two days a week as volunteers, enjoy fiestas, concerts, and exploring our state of Michoacan and elsewhere in Mexico. Hasta luego!”

1969

Arts & Sciences Reunion June 24-27, 2010

Law School Reunion Oct. 9, 2009

Anne Caputo B.A. says, “I have spent my whole professional career working for publishers of electronic news and information. I’m currently an executive director of marketing for Dow Jones & Company and in June 2008 was made a fellow of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). In October 2008 I was elected president-elect of SLA, the capstone of a long career serving and working with corporate and other special librarians. I also teach in the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland and am active in leading youth groups to New Orleans each summer to work on Katrina relief projects.”

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