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October 01, 2007


Manuel Cabral B.A. is the interim chancellor at University of Hawaii-Leeward Community College.

Rick Metsger B.S. represents District 26 in the Oregon State Senate.


Greg Tenney B.A. recently became vice chair of the Multnomah County Republican Central Committee.


David Grill B.S. and his wife, Kellie Poulsen-Grill, self-published Send Me a Sign (Whirlwind Publishing, 2005). The book recounts the story of David’s first wife’s battle with cancer and how he and his children, “steered by the gentle hand of Teresa,” were led to Kellie.

R. Niels Marquardt B.A. is the new U.S. ambassador to Madagascar and Comoros. He previously served as ambassador to Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. Earlier in his career, he served as director of the Secretary’s Diplomatic Readiness Task Force at the Department of State.


Martin Waugh B.S. is a nature photographer and lives in Portland.

Stephanie Zito B.A. received a Community Arts Funding Grant through the New York State Council on the Arts to perform solo cello concerts and art presentations in 2007.


Alan Larsen J.D., a senior intelligence service officer in the CIA and general counsel to the inspector general of the National Reconnaissance Office, represented the United States as delegate to the International Intelligence Review Agencies conference in Cape Town, South Africa. The subject of the conference was “Balancing National Security and Constitutional Principles Within a Democracy.”

William Stokes B.A. lives in Southern California and works as a “sales jock.” Stokes is a husband and father of two sons. He still likes to reminisce about his time at Lewis & Clark.


Anna Moran J.D. was appointed to the Kenai (Alaska) Superior Court by Governor Sarah Palin on March 5, 2007. She has practiced law for 28 years and is currently a magistrate and standing master in Kenai.


Anthony DeConciliis M.Ed. is president of Our Lady of Holy Cross College in New Orleans and led the college in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Steven Fendrich B.S. is publisher of Pioneer Drama Service, one of the largest full-service play publishing and licensing companies in North America. However, his main focus is on Debra, his wife of 20 years, daughter Rachel, 16, and son David, 13.

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