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    • 12/29/2019

      Melissa Thaw BA ’04 and Alexander Gerodias, August 17, 2019.

    • 11/28/2019

      Maria Morrisson Copolillo BA ’10, who received her MS in education and social change from the University of Miami, works as a design principal for Education Elements. She currently lives in Los Angeles, where she is active with the New Leaders Council and improv comedy. Copolillo lives with her husband, Chris, and her two cats, Ted and Tina. She reliably brings the coolest board games to get-togethers.

    • 11/27/2019

      Victoria Wodarczyk MAT ’97 completed her doctor of education in organizational leadership in May 2019 from the School of Education at Brandman University in Irvine, California. Her dissertation, “Leading With Trust: A Phenomenological Study of the Strategies Leaders in Certified B Corporations Use to Build Trust With Their Employees,” was published in March 2019.

    • 01/10/2020

      Susan Zimlich BS ’97 received tenure and was promoted to associate professor at Southeastern Louisiana University.

    • 09/26/2019

      Carrie Wynkoop BA ’99 is the owner of Cellar 503, an Oregon wine club. Wine Enthusiast magazine recently included Cellar 503 in its top 10 list of clubs to join. 

    • 10/10/2019

      Don W. Wolfe BM ’60, April 25, 2019, age 86. In 1953, he married Patricia Edmonds, while serving in the Navy during the Korean War. After completing his military service in 1959, he was able to focus on his passion for music. He taught choral music at a series of Portland-area schools and was a well-regarded choral clinician and adjudicator. Wolfe served as director of music for the Apostolic Faith Church in Portland for more than 40 years. Survivors include his wife of 66 years, Pat; his children, Connie, Kathleen, Gary, Larry, Debra, Cheryl, and Lori; 19 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren.

    • 11/28/2019

      Stephanie Witkowski BA ’10, who earned an MA in linguistics from the University of Hawai’i, currently works as a linguist for a Native tribe in Southern California. In addition to her language revitalization work, Witkowski is a founding board member for Girls on the Run Riverside County. She lives with husband John and cat Daisy. She enjoys organizing baby showers, playing a Secret Santa, and submitting class notes.

    • 01/23/2020

      James Wilder Hancock ’86 finally crossed off an important milestone on the bucket list he’s had since 1983: He spent six and a half months walking the entire length of the Pacific Crest Trail, from Mexico to Canada.

    • 09/20/2019

      James Whitman BS ’62 was presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award in September 2019. Marquis Who’s Who, a publisher of biographical profiles, selects a recipient from those who are considered accomplished and notable in their fields.