Charles “Chuck” Currie ’91 is the director of Pacific’s center for peace and spirituality, as well as the University Chaplain and professor. He wrote an opinion piece, "Blind evangelical support for Trump is theological malpractice," that was published by the political newspaper, The Hill.
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Jill White ’90 has been teaching at the Guam Department of Education for almost three decades.
Kathy (Svane) Schreick-Latto OD ’90 has been practicing optometry for almost two decades since earning her degree from Pacific.
Cathy (Leong) Doyle ’87, PT ’89 moved to Salmon Creek, Wash., after living in Beaverton, Ore., for 30 years and working at Providence Home Services for almost 20 years.
Katherine “Katy” (Bryans) Mount ’84 retired in July 2017 after 31 years of teaching middle school at Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind.
Frank Giardina ’83, OD ’86 is the optometric director of Community Health Centers of the Central Coast Inc., in Califorina.
Richard “Rick” Snyder ’81 became the new principal for Winchester (Ore.) Elementary School, the school he attended as a child.
Jeffrey “Jeff” Grundon ’80 and Patrick “P.K.” Higa ’94 organized a free workshop called College Prep 101 that was held at King Kekaulike High School in Pukalani, Hawai’i.
Max Miura ’79 was presented with the Oahu Interscholastic Association Official Service Award for his longtime involvement with wrestling.
Gail Dudley PT ’79 kicked off her retirement in May by spending her summer exploring and enjoying the state of Alaska.