News, Media and Stories | Alumni

Jean Black-Groulx PT ’79 is happy to announce the arrival of her sixth great-grandchild.
William Romley ’76 retired from being a high school administrator and football coach in Bakersfield, Calif. 
Florence (Holmes) Bracy ’76 published a memoir, Help Me Understand My Child, about her experiences of advocating for her autistic son.
Sue (Judson) Hamly ’74 retired after 27 years of pastoral ministry.
Patricia “Trisha” Degman ’74 recently moved back to Forest Grove.
Wilma Nakamura ’69 is the founder and executive director of SharingAloha Maui, a nonprofit organization that champions sustainable practices.
Elvis Kawahara ’69 helped producer Fauna Hodel publish her autobiography, One Day She’ll Darken. It was sold to the cable channel TNT as a six-part mini-series renamed I Am the Night. 
Ian Cheslock OD '21 wrote his grandfather's name in the wet concrete.
Third-generation Pacific optometry student Ian Cheslock honored his family legacy by signing his late grandfather's name into the Golden Guard sidewalk.
Marta Stueve '11, PharmD/MHA '16 didn't plan an administrative career — but she's found a position she loves as supervisor of the oncology pharmacy at Yale-New Haven Hospital.
Boxer III with artist Pat Costello
Boxer I and Boxer II have been absent from campus for years, but Boxer III was unveiled during 2018 Homecoming festivities.

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