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Judy Mason ’60 was involved in a serious car accident. After weeks of hospitalization and intensive care, she made a steady recovery.
Will Loveall ’58, OD ’66 is enjoying fishing and a relaxing retirement. He owned and ran an optometry practice in Columbia Falls, Mont., for 37 years.
The games are an international multi-sports event for young athletes with physical disabilities.
When Luis Cisneros MAT ‘13 was a child, he worked with his family members in the fields and ditches around Nyssa, Ore., on the Idaho border. Now he’s overseeing other young people as dean of students at Nyssa Elementary School. 
Dr. Natalie (Stewart) Kiefer PT '16 recently received the first-ever Early-Professional Scholarship from the American Physical Therapy Association’s – Section on Women’s Health.
Boxer Love
Renae and Josiah began dating at Rex Putnam high school during their Junior year. When they began looking at colleges, Renae had already fallen in love with Pacific. Josiah didn't want them to base their college decisions off of each other so they kept their decisions a secret until they had both paid their deposits to their respective schools. 
Renae and Josiah
Anthony and Janae met at their freshman orientation dance and clicked instantly. They spent the next few days hanging out between his basketball practices and general chemistry homework sessions until Anthony asked Janae if she wanted to be his girlfriend. 
Deborah and Korey
Korey and Deborah met on their first day at Pacific. They moved into Clark Hall in the fall of 1989. Their dorm rooms were on the same floor, around the corner from each other.
Dr. Evan Liu holding child.
Dr. Evan Liu '12, PT '15 recently returned from a physical therapy service trip in Granada, Nicaragua.
Pacific Alumna Dana Zurcher '07 & Ian Eytzen Wed.

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