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    • 12/24/2015

      Joanne Forstrom Nash BM ’56, December 23, 2015, age 81.

    • 02/22/2019

      Audrey Underdahl ’84, September 20, 2018, age 85. She married Kenneth in 1952 and they shared 57 years together. She worked as a teacher in Lake Oswego, Oregon, and she loved to ski, bike, hike, and play tennis. Survivors include her children, Sally, Dana, Louise, Gretchen, Randi, and Rees; 17 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

    • 11/30/2018

      Robert E. McEnany BS ’50, November, 2018, age 93. His son, David, reports that McEnany is a member of Lewis & Clark’s Sports Hall of Fame for his track achievements and that he loved his time at Lewis & Clark.

    • 11/22/2018

      Lyle O. Wilson BA ’54, November 22, 2018, age 87. Wilson worked as a pastor for much of his life, serving in churches across Oregon. Survivors include his wife, Vera; children Jim, Joanne, and Joyce; four grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

    • 01/16/2019

      Anne Whitman BS ’61, January 16, 2019, age 79. After marrying Jim in 1961, Whitman worked as a secretary until shortly after the birth of her first child. She then worked as a full-time mother to three children, returning to work in retail sales when they were grown. Survivors include her husband; children Steve, Beth, and Dan; and six grandchildren.

    • 11/21/2018

      Carol Terril-Hanchrow MA ’85, September 15, 2018, age 80. Terril-Hanchrow worked as a family and marriage counselor, therapist, and Hakomi practitioner. Her life took her to a variety of places, including California, Alaska, Oregon, and Arkansas. She also spent time living on the tundra with Native peoples, which gave her insights she would later use in her therapy and counseling work. Survivors include her husband, Jesse; children Erzsi, Stevie, and Tommy; stepchildren Marsha and Eric; and five grandchildren.

    • 02/07/2019

      Bernice Stewart BS ’49, September 13, 2018, age 89. After earning a master’s degree in zoology from the University of Washington in 1952, Stewart began her career at Western Washington University in Bellingham. Over the course of her career, she also worked at the University of Maryland and Montgomery College. Eventually, when her children were older, she earned a doctorate in zoology and biochemistry fronm the University of Maryland. Stewart then became a professor at Prince George’s Community College, where she taught for 20 years. Survivors include her children, Glenn, McDonald, and Janet; nine grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; and many other loving family and friends.

    • 11/29/2018

      Dara Singmaster BA ’92, November 28, 2018, age 48. Singmaster was a passionate traveler of the world. She backpacked in Europe, fished in Alaska, and roamed Africa on safari. When she wasn’t adventuring, she lived in Wilmington, North Carolina, where she founded Canada Meds Service. Later, after moving to Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, she worked for Sullivan Insurance Agency. Survivors include her parents, Barbara and Lawrence; siblings Carlen and Ross; and nephew Dominic.

    • 12/04/2018

      Caitlin Murphy Nash BA ’05, MA ’10, September 30, 2018, age 35. Nash worked as a child and family therapist for Lifeworks in Portland, counseling children and teens. She loved to host a yearly weekend “summer camp” for her friends at her home in Portland. Survivors include her husband, Paul; parents Michael and Nancy; siblings Ryan, Sarah, and Matthew; as well as many other family members and friends.

    • 01/26/2019

      Wallace L. Moore BS ’61, January 26, 2019, age 83. While studying at Lewis & Clark, Moore worked at Copeland Lumber for his mother-in-law, Mary Larsen. Later recruited by Parr Lumber, he became assistant manager of their Cedar Hills location in 1962. A successful manager at several locations, Moore worked his way up to vice president of the corporation and board of directors. When he wasn’t working, Moore focused on constructing a family home in Northwest Portland as well as a vacation home in Sunriver, Oregon. After retirement, he lived in Bend, Oregon, where he enjoyed golfing, fishing, and socializing. Survivors include his wife, Ann; children, Marianne, Kathleen, and Michael; and two grandchildren.