News, Media and Stories | Class Of 1988

Toni Hecksel
Toni (Walker) Hecksel '88, PT '91 of Hood River, Ore., was featured in the Swimmer Spotlight by Oregon Masters Swimming.
Short-eared owl
The Blaine County (Montana) News-Opinion featured Toni Collins '88 in a story about a volunteer project to collect data about Short-Eared Owls in Montana.
Dennis Carline '79, MST '88
As a coach, teacher, mentor and father, Dennis Carline '79, MST '88 has made a profound difference in the lives of underserved kids.
Romero and Harris
Cecilia "Cea" Romero '88 and Brian Harris '93 earned biology degrees from Pacific and now co-teach biology at Baldwin High School in Wailuku, Hawai'i.
Seconds Cafe
Karla Fox, '88, has published her second novel, Seconds Café on Xlibris.
Sandra (Gardenier) Hilton ’87, PT ’88 was chosen as one of the Top 40 Physical Therapy Influencers of 2018.
Daintry Bartoldus with Alice.
As executive administrator of the Hawai`i Council on Developmental Disabilities, Daintry Bartoldus '88 spends her working hours ensuring support for vulnerable members of her community. But outside of work, she goes even further, taking in neighbors and lifting up those in need.
We are honored to announce the recipients of the 2018 Alumni Association Awards.
Dennis Smith and Nada Lingel pictured together in the lab.
With the right education and training, optometrists can save lives. That's why two recently retired College of Optometry professors have created an award to inspire future generations of doctoral students.

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