Clark Peters ’65, MSEd ’70 receives the 2012 Pacific University Outstanding Alumni Service Award for his years of service to public education in Oregon and his ongoing support of Pacific University’s speech and education programs.
Irv Zemrau ’62, O.D. ’63 receives the 2012 Pacific University Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award for his years as an optometrist, community volunteer and advocate for people diagnosed with schizophrenia and their families.
Lynn Meredith ’44 posthumously receives the 2012 Pacific University Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award for his service in World War II and his 32 years protecting presidents in the U.S. Secret Service. He died in 2009 at the age of 84.
P.J. Pitts, Pharm.D. ’09 receives the 2012 Pacific University Young Alumni Leadership Award for her work to provide triage and long-term health care in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake.
Craig Eyestone now teaches math at Ilwaco (Wash.) High School, after earning a master’s degree from Phoenix University, a six-year stop in Moses Lake, Wash., and a 20-year career in television.
Irv Zemrau ’62, OD ’63 and his family received the Mary Fitzgerald Award for 2013 in “recognition of outstanding support for Prosper Place Clubhouse and its members.” Prosper Place Clubhouse in Edmonton, Canada, offers a safe place where adults with mental illness participate in their own rehabilitation and function as independently as possible.
Richard “Dick” Beers and his wife, Ann (Bernheim) Beers ’65, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 29, 2013, in Eugene, Ore.
Ed McQuary has published a book, 100 yards of Memories: Memorable Players and People of an Old Coach, detailing nearly 50 years coaching high school sports. A retired history teacher and school counselor, he coached at St. Helens, Banks, Lakeridge and Riverdale high schools in Oregon after graduating from Pacific University, where he played football. Read more of his story.
Dave Pump recently retired as executive director of Sequoia Mental Health Services in Beaverton, Ore.
Steve Dustrude is the president of the Pacific University Alumni Association.
Art Kalahiki is the owner of APK Entertainment in Hawai’i, specializing in providing services for weddings, corporate events, and hotel and restaurant shows.