Dan and Marvelyn would have been married 58 years on December 27, 2011.
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Both Emma and Cliff have now passed on but they often spoke of their time at Pacific.
Shirley came from Skagit County, W
Delores (Geist) Stevens '45 asked Howard Stevens '42, "Why wait?"
Alice remembers Homecoming in 1951, which she and Everett Stanley co-chaired. She enjoyed having her picture taken with Everett and the Boxer, as well as her husband Ken.
Carrie Newman '88 sometimes uses the word "magical" to describe how the opportunities in her life have come to pass. From majoring in biology and sociology at Pacific, her winding journey has included the Peace Corps, graduate school, healthcare management, a public charter school, and now the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra..
Carol Pott '86 recalls how her liberal arts education at Pacific University started a journey that has included everything from working in post-genocide Rwanda to singing French ye-ye music.
Aaron Fentress '91 chose Pacific for its journalism program. After graduation, he worked his way up at The Oregonian before becoming a cable TV sports commentator.
Amber Patton '14 finds new talent, new perspectives while studying abroad in Ireland.
Rich Burk ’88 came to Pacific to play baseball and found a career as an announcer. Today, he’s the radio voice of Oregon’s newest minor league team, the Hillsboro Hops.