David Goss '72, OD '74 has published From Spectacle Making Trade to Scholarly Profession: A History of Optometry in the United States, by Pacific University Press.
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Tim Tran '74 won the 2020 Best Indie Book Award for his biography, American Dreamer –How I Escaped Communist Vietnam and Built a Successful Life in America.
Denis Humphreys OD '74 retired from his multiple roles in the optometry field in 2020.
Richard Rowland '74 is well-known in his community for building a safe and healthy space through the art of ceramics.
We met as freshmen in 1970 and dated each other's roommates and realized we had more to talk about with each other. It certainly worked out as we celebrated our 46th wedding anniversary in 2020.
Loren Cordain ’74 was featured on the Primal BluePrint Podcast.
The first week I arrived at Pacific in late summer 1970, I was 18 years old and excited for the opportunity to establish myself as a serious student. My roommate, however, was much more excited about meeting new people (boys) and finding social opportunities (parties).
Sue (Judson) Hamly ’74 retired after 27 years of pastoral ministry.
Patricia “Trisha” Degman ’74 recently moved back to Forest Grove.
In 1970, Khiem "Tim" and Thuy "Cathy" (Trinh) Tran came to Pacific as bright-eyed international students. Less than a decade later, they were refugees. With the help of friends at Pacific, they made it— and today, the successful retirees are saying thank you with perpetual support for the university they love.