In memoriam for May 2017

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In memoriam for May 2017

Betty Benjamin ’58 Cole Burbank Michael Burton Jessica Currier ’97 Betty Dial – Dial was the managing editor of Clark’s student newspaper the “Penguin’s Progress” in the 1950s. She receive a certificate in journalism while at Clark. Clark Easter ’84 Clarence Elliott ’73 Jill Garrow ’77 Sharon Leeper ’73 Lyman Momeny Jack Purdy ’68 William Simpson ’67 […]

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In memoriam for April 2017

Shanon Anzjon-Paddock ’92 Eugene Beard Kathy Bogert ’84 James Carpenito Conrad “Gene” Chambers ’69 – A 25-year veteran of the Vancouver Police Department, Chambers also taught criminology at Clark. Jeff Clark Larry Costello Paula Gardner Ellen Gould Rex Gunderson ’77 Myrna Hauzenberger Phillip Herron ’74 Dorothy Hopkins Marian Jacobson James Kalz Gene Loomas Flo McBee ’77 […]

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In memoriam for March 2017

Martha Aspitarte Wither ’74 Beth Athay ’63 Willis Bross ’70 Wayne Davisson ’95 Markus Eckstein ’00 Ella Mae Fisher ’70 was raised on a dairy farm in Brush Prairie, Wash, and was active in 4-H and the Clark County Fair as a member and leader. She graduated from Clark College with an associate degree in […]

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In memoriam for February 2017

Ruth Beatty  –  A career as a nurse followed her graduation from Clark College. Beatty worked for Kaiser Permanente and remained there for the 32 years. Nursing wasn’t a job, it was her calling. (The Columbian) Dorothy Boyea Esperanza Brillante ’69 Carole Campbell ’80 Janice Catt ’91 Robert Cruden ’87 Larry Daniel Esther Friberg Bonnie Gilbert […]

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In memoriam for January 2017

Lucinda “Cindy” Ammeter ’61 Larry Anderson ’66 Helen Bourcier ’71 Agnes Byrne ’69 Korey Cochran ’00 of Vancouver, Wash., passed away January 4, after battling aggressive brain tumors. Cochran, 38, started earning an associate degree from Clark College when he was in high school through its Running Start program while simultaneously working as an IT […]

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In memoriam for December 2016

We honor Clark College’s departed alumni, friends and colleagues in this monthly posting. Robert Back Richard Bea ’63 Sue “Sue” Bishop ’76 Elaine Chenette Gary Chumbley ’68 Vern Dollar ’66 Carroll Glaus ’75 Robert Hafner Sandra Hawkins ’96 Bob Lindauer Gary Lynk ’58 Forrest Miller ’50 Fred Olsen  – Fred loved the outdoors and in particular, […]

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In memoriam for November 2016

Annabelle “Ann” Alexander William DeLong ’98 Kit Cargile Elonne Deckert Barry Farrell Velma Gunn Clarence Harris ’50 lived in Clark County for 74 years, making his family one of the first African-American families to settle in the county.  He was educated at Clark College where he excelled in his studies, football and track. After graduating […]

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In memoriam for October 2016

Earl Brannan Virginia “Ginny” Braskett Fred Cates Wallace Clauson ’55 Clyde Craig Virginia Darst Joe DeBoever Connie Durkee ’96 Bob Gaylor ’60 Kathy Grate-Brown ’02 Bettie Henifin Juanita Larimer Arthur Lemon Genevieve Lobey Bob Mercer Shelleigh Nelson ’95 Violet Ohman Larry Oster George “Pat” Parker Cheri Phillips Rebecca Richards ’92 Sawyer Schultz ’12 – Sawyer […]

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In memoriam for September 2016

Deloris Cothren ’63 Jerry Davis Marsha Dixon Gary Edmonds Raymond Foulke Helen Freeman Douglas Gilson ’60 Bob Jagelski Larry Kirkland Betty Pennington ’50 Randy Porter Thomas Potter ’87 Jon Stephens ’12 Reva Zoda Mature Learning Evelyn Becker Don Berryhill Eileen McGoffin – McGoffin was the first woman disc jockey and broadcaster in the Pacific Northwest. She served in […]

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In memoriam for August 2016

Arthur Baxter ’89 Lori Below Harry Carlisle Daniel Cluzel Donald Dickensheet Jeanine Gillas Helen Grams Virginia Gray Barbara “Marilyn” Hannah Penny Holdal Charles Houglum ’48 Steven Hudson Bruce Jones Bradley Kielman Jason Kravitz William Langford John Lowery Donald MacArthur ’05 Harry “Gene” Mason Guinivere Merritt William Miller ’07 Sabrina Mueller Donald Murdock Melody Owens ’77 […]

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