2010s

Collin Geoffrey
Class of 2018
Collin Geoffrey
Class of 2018

Collin Geoffrey premiered his first feature-length film, “A Knight to Remember: The Late Knight Documentary” at PLU in November 2019. The documentary featured over a dozen PLU undergraduates and Late Knight team members, giving them an excuse to spend some time together again for the first time since graduation. There were also lots of hugs. The movie can be watched for free online at bit.ly/AKTRmovie

Future Lute - Kailey Huber
Class of 2017
Future Lute - Kailey Huber
Class of 2017

Kailey Huber welcomed Colbie Margaret Huber on Aug. 9, 2019.

Lisa (Harvey) LeClaire
Class of 2017

Lisa (Harvey) LeClaire achieved her project management professional (PMP) certification in November 2019 and started a new job as a project manager at Costco Travel in May 2020.

Peter Mueller
Class of 2016
Peter Mueller
Class of 2016

SeaChange Fund, providing intelligent capital for early-stage startups, is pleased to announce the addition of Peter Mueller as an associate. He has been passionate about technology markets since starting his career at Bank of America-Merrill Lynch. Peter then moved on to become an early employee at Carta, where he helped develop their valuations product and later moved into private equity.

Future Lute - Shannon Reynolds and Corbin Edwards ’21
Class of 2015
Future Lute - Shannon Reynolds and Corbin Edwards ’21
Class of 2015

Shannon Reynolds and Corbin Edwards ’21 welcomed Haddon Hyperion Edwards on Dec. 20, 2019 at 3:50 a.m. Haddon measured 19.75 inches and weighed 7 lb, 1 oz.

Erika (Tobin) Bergh
Class of 2015

Erika (Tobin) Bergh graduated with a master of divinity from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley, CA. In June she was ordained as a pastor in the ELCA. In July she got married to an amazing man, Oliver (Ollie) Bergh. She moved to Alaska to start a job as a pastor in the Anchorage area. In August she started working at Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church.

Sydney Elliott
Class of 2015

Sydney Elliott received the 2020 Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty Award from the American Association of Community Colleges. This national award recognizes individuals who demonstrate a passion for students, show a willingness to support students inside and outside of the classroom, participate in college committees, and go beyond what is required to ensure students are successful.

Picture Perfect
Class of 2014
Picture Perfect
Class of 2014

PLU Softball was well-represented at the wedding of Samantha (Pryor) Welcher ’14 to Brent Welcher on March 14 in Woodinville, WA. Left to right front: Leah Butters ‘15, Haley Harshaw ’13, Samantha (Pryor) Welcher ’14, Kelsey Robinson, Chelsea Moorhead, Tori Hamura ’16

Left to right back: Stacey Hagensen ’12, Ami Gran ’13, Marissa Miller ’18, Lindsey Matsunaga ’14. In attendance but not pictured: Spencer (Sherwin) Bowen ’14, Amy King ’18.

Future Lute - Laura (Rudquist) Nagel and Ryan Nagel
Class of 2012
Future Lute - Laura (Rudquist) Nagel and Ryan Nagel
Class of 2012

Laura (Rudquist) Nagel and Ryan Nagel welcomed Olivia Jane on Nov. 2, 2019.

Kellie Brookman
Class of 2012
Kellie Brookman
Class of 2012

Kellie Brookman married Andreas Heimsvik in Spring 2019 in Yakima, WA. A reception on the family island off the coast of Norway followed in Summer 2019. The couple now resides in Trondheim, Norway where Kellie is working toward her dual citizenship. Lutes in attendance were Alexis Briggs ’12 (bridesmaid) and Stena Troyer ’12.

Krista Seaman
Class of 2012

Krista Seaman completed her PMI project management professional certification and works as a project manager for a marketing and advertising design agency in Southern California. She has also published a collection of short stories and is working on a children’s book.

Picture Perfect
Class of 2011
Picture Perfect
Class of 2011

Lynsey (Tveit) Burge met up with these three Lutes and another friend in Bogota, Colombia. The Lutes attending from left to right were Kelly Ryan ’10, Lynsey (Tveit) Burge ’11, and Davis Burge ’11.

Rebekah Henke
Class of 2011
Rebekah Henke
Class of 2011

Rebekah Henke got engaged July 11, 2019 and a wedding was planned for July 10, 2020.

Future Lute - Hadley (Schmitt) Arnits and Erik Arnits ’11
Class of 2010
Future Lute - Hadley (Schmitt) Arnits and Erik Arnits ’11
Class of 2010

Hadley (Schmitt) Arnits and Erik Arnits ’11 welcomed baby boy George Luther into the family on April 3, 2019. He joins big brother Henry Scott (2 years).

Future Lute - David and Kelsey (Liddle) Horne ’10
Class of 2010
Future Lute - David and Kelsey (Liddle) Horne ’10
Class of 2010

David and Kelsey (Liddle) Horne ’10 welcomed Phoebe Louise Horne on Aug. 19, 2019.

Kristin Henry
Class of 2010
Kristin Henry
Class of 2010

Kristin Henry passed away Dec. 7, 2019 in Bellevue, WA. Kristin was born on March 15, 1939 in Raymond, WA. A life-long fan of Shakespeare, she always loved the thought that her birthday fell on the “ides of March.” She worked in public schools in the 1980s and she tutored struggling students at Seattle Academy of Arts and Science (SAAS), where she founded the language skills program that continues to serve students today. At the age of 67, showing characteristic spunk, Kristin enrolled in the master of fine arts program at PLU and graduated when she was 71.

Megan Galbraith
Class of 2010
Megan Galbraith
Class of 2010

Megan Galbraith married Stuart Bruzek on Oct. 5, 2019 in Brentwood Bay, British Columbia. Lutes in attendance were Jillian (Foss) Adkins ‘10, Breona Mendoza ’10 and Eric Buley ’10.

2000s

Future Lute - Morgan (Root) Oster
Class of 2009
Future Lute - Morgan (Root) Oster
Class of 2009

Morgan (Root) Oster and her husband, Adam Oster, welcomed their first child Henry Waldemar Oster on Oct. 31, 2019.

Timothy Bell
Class of 2009
Timothy Bell
Class of 2009

Timothy Bell graduated with a masters in public administration from the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance at the University of Washington in June 2018. In September 2019 he married Melissa Raap. The wedding was officiated by Micah Gronvold ’09 and was attended by PLU alumni Brady Somers ’10, Nick Reiersgard ’09, Danny Hibbard ’09, Chris Allen ’09, Tim Allen ’11, and Jared Miller ’09.

Joy Farrell
Class of 2009
Joy Farrell
Class of 2009

Joy Farrell, Marisa Bateman ’10, and Caitlin Webb ’10 virtually reminisced about their PLU days during the COVID-19 quarantine.

Future Lute - Cory and Lauren (McNally) Cumming ’08
Class of 2008
Future Lute - Cory and Lauren (McNally) Cumming ’08
Class of 2008

Cory and Lauren (McNally) Cumming ’08 welcomed their second son, Ryan Cumming, on June 18, 2018.

Sam Porter
Class of 2008
Sam Porter
Class of 2008

Sam Porter earned her master of public administration degree from The Evergreen State College in September 2017 and began working on the nonpartisan policy team for the King County Council. She was recently promoted to senior legislative analyst.

Future Lute - Kayla (Pendrak) Hayden
Class of 2007
Future Lute - Kayla (Pendrak) Hayden
Class of 2007

Kayla (Pendrak) Hayden welcomed Bradley Dennis Hayden who was born on Jan. 30, 2020 at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Tacoma, WA. Bradley was 9 lbs even, 21 inches long at birth.

Alison Roberts
Class of 2007
Alison Roberts
Class of 2007

Alison Roberts earned her master of nursing degree from University of Washington in 2012. She then relocated to Colorado Springs, CO in 2014 and has been working for UCHealth. She recently accepted a position as clinical manager of HealthLink, a telephone nurse triage and community service program. She lives in Colorado with four of her five children, two of them adopted from Korea and China after her graduation from PLU.

Bryce Robbert
Class of 2005
Bryce Robbert
Class of 2005

Bryce Robbert completed his masters in environmental science from the University of Idaho in May. He and his wife want to share a belated note to celebrate the birth of their second and third daughters, Bekah (6) and Olivia (1).

Melissa (Schultz) Coombes
Class of 2005
Melissa (Schultz) Coombes
Class of 2005

Melissa (Schultz) Coombes married Dan Coombes on the cliffs of Stehekin, WA in July 2018. Shortly before, they moved back to the Northwest from Kansas City and reside in Brier.

Future Lute - Stacy Hilton Klutzke
Class of 2003
Future Lute - Stacy Hilton Klutzke
Class of 2003

Stacy Hilton Klutzke and her husband, Matthew Hilton Klutzke, welcomed their first child, Katerina Morgen, on June 2, 2019.

Future Lute - Michael Petorak and Lisa (Sims) Petorak ’02
Class of 2002
Future Lute - Michael Petorak and Lisa (Sims) Petorak ’02
Class of 2002

Michael Petorak and Lisa (Sims) Petorak ’02 welcomed their third child, Evander August Petorak, on Jan. 2, 2019.

1990s

Suzy (Hooper) Levy
Class of 1999
Suzy (Hooper) Levy
Class of 1999

Suzy (Hooper) Levy was appointed to a second term as a non-executive director on the board of the Home Office, a U.K. department of state.

Jenny (Lindsay) Morris
Class of 1999
Jenny (Lindsay) Morris
Class of 1999

Jenny (Lindsay) Morris has earned a tenure-track biology professor position at Allan Hancock College, in Santa Maria, CA. Jenny has taught a range of courses including human anatomy, human physiology, zoology, and introductory biology. She enjoys spending time with her husband Matt and two kids.

Jessica Brattland
Class of 1999

Jessica Brattland graduated from Southwest Acupuncture College in August 2019 with dual masters in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, and will open an acupuncture practice in Detroit Lakes, MN in

Michael Rouse
Class of 1999

Michael Rouse is currently on the front lines in the coronavirus pandemic. He serves as a senior nurse at the Veterans Administration hospital in Seattle, where he has been on the medical team for over 15 years. He was a pre-med student at PLU, graduating with a bachelor of science degree and then choosing a career in nursing. He has worked in various units of the VA Hospital including gastrointestinal, oncology, and the intensive care unit. Michael is married to Ruth (Hagglund) Rouse ’99. They have two children and are active members at University Lutheran Church in Seattle.

Eric Schuck
Class of 1993

Eric Schuck is an economics professor at Linfield and also a Commander in the Navy Reserve. In March, he was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for his tour as Commanding Officer, Pacific Fleet Logistics Readiness Center 219 from 2017-2019. He is currently serving as the Commanding Officer, Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services Unit One at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. His executive officer is PLU grad Lt. Col. Karrie Marton ’93, United States Army Reserve.

Eric Cultum
Class of 1991
Eric Cultum
Class of 1991

Eric Cultum & Kari Cultum celebrated their 21st wedding anniversary with a seven-day Alaskan Cruise. Their children include Andrew (19), Stephanie (18), Mckenzie (15) and Emily (12)
and reside in Spokane, WA.

Michelle (Calhoun) Holford
Class of 1991

Michelle (Calhoun) Holford was hired as the global head of public relations for Cognite AS. She will lead the communications team from Oslo, Norway.

Jennifer (Henderson) Kovacs and Guy Kovacs
Class of 1990
Jennifer (Henderson) Kovacs and Guy Kovacs
Class of 1990

Jennifer (Henderson) Kovacs and Guy Kovacs ’90 recently celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary in Thailand with several other Lutes. The two were married at Trinity Lutheran while attending PLU. They continue to love being educators in Puyallup, WA. Guy was recently selected as the State Principal of the Year (AWSP – Middle Level).

1980s

Peggy Kurtz
Class of 1989

Instead of a party to celebrate turning 65, Peggy Kurtz presented a “senior recital” with an equally mature clarinetist friend, featuring the West Coast premiere of “Toot Suite” by Jerry DePuis, along with works by Vivaldi, Dvorak, Salazar, and others. She currently teaches voice at Everett Community College and has a private voice studio, in addition to a church musician position.

Greg Schieferstein
Class of 1988
Greg Schieferstein
Class of 1988

Greg Schieferstein started a new job in March, as news director for KRNV-TV (NBC) in Reno, NV. Greg recently celebrated 30 years in TV news, moving up through reporting, producing, anchoring and several management positions. Greg and his wife Barbara live in Sparks, NV.

Kitti (Bowers) Wheeler
Class of 1985
Kitti (Bowers) Wheeler
Class of 1985

Kitti (Bowers) Wheeler has been a business marketing teacher in the Clover Park School District for 30 years. She has a passion for Career and Technical Education (CTE) and was recognized in 2018 as marketing “Teacher of the Year” by the Washington Association of Marketing Educators. She was named the WA-ACTE “Teacher of the Year” and won the Region V-ACTE Teacher of the Year award and is a finalist for the CTE Teacher of the Year award to be announced in December.

Cindy Shepherd
Class of 1985
Cindy Shepherd
Class of 1985

Cindy Shepherd was promoted to senior underwriter at Rain and Hail, where she has been a crop insurance underwriter for 19 years.

Rosemary Jones
Class of 1984
Rosemary Jones
Class of 1984

In August 2019, Rosemary Jones was named the Director of Marketing at the National Nordic Museum in Seattle. The museum shares Nordic culture with people of all ages and backgrounds and provides educational and cultural experiences. Jones also is the published author of novels for Wizards of the Coast and is currently working on a new book for Aconyte’s Arkham Horror series.

Andrew Robertson
Class of 1984

Andrew Robertson was inducted into the Washington Music Educators Association Hall of Fame in February with the Class of 2020 during the WMEA Annual Conference. At the same conference, he was elected to the 2020-2022 Executive Board of WMEA as vice president. Andy has taught school instrumental music for 36 years, the last 29 at Redmond High School in Redmond, WA.

Steve Ellersick
Class of 1983
Steve Ellersick
Class of 1983

Steve Ellersick was elected President of the Pioneer Association of the State of Washington June 22, 2019. The Pioneer Association incorporated Dec. 5, 1895 and traces its origins back to 1871.

Tom McArthur
Class of 1983
Tom McArthur
Class of 1983

Tom McArthur was presented with the L.W. Hutton Legacy Medallion to acknowledge two years of work on a documentary film about the Hutton Settlement. Levi Hutton founded his eponymous settlement in 1919 as a home-like alternative to an institutional orphanage. The 300-acre children’s home near Spokane, WA celebrated its centennial in 2019. The film received its world premiere on Spokane Public Television KSPS-TV.

Candace (Armstrong) Mumm
Class of 1982
Candace (Armstrong) Mumm
Class of 1982

Candace (Armstrong) Mumm was recently elected as Large City Representative to the Association of Washington Cities executive committee. Mumm has served on the Spokane City Council since 2014 and is in her second term.

Paul Collard
Class of 1982
Paul Collard
Class of 1982

Paul Collard will be inducted into the Pacific Northwest Officials Association Hall of Fame in November 2020. He had a successful officiating career over 28 years, officiating Washington State High School Championship football games, the NCAA D3 National Championship Game in 2009, and the Stagg Bowl.

Kathleen (Seitz) Price
Class of 1980
Kathleen (Seitz) Price
Class of 1980

Kathleen (Seitz) Price won a cedar strip canoe handcrafted by Sequim’s Jerry Enzenauer and donated for a raffle to benefit Dungeness Homes, the nonprofit raising funds for low-income housing west of Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church.

1970s

Picture Perfect
Class of 1978
Picture Perfect
Class of 1978

Alumni Lutes reunited aloha-style in Waikoloa, Big Island Hawaii in January 2020. Pictured left to right is Gregg Shankle and Ronelle Shankle of Waikoloa; Jeff Baer ’79 and Jorie (Lange) Baer ’82 of Buckeye, AZ; Mark Leeper ’79 and Carolyn Leeper of Anthem, AZ; Leland Snyder ’77 and Carol Snyder of Gig Harbor, WA and winter home in Waikoloa.

David Dorothy
Class of 1978
David Dorothy
Class of 1978

After a long battle with cancer, David Dorothy passed away at his home in Kirkland, WA on Aug.1, 2019, surrounded by loved ones. Dave graduated magna cum laude from both PLU in 1977, and the University of Washington in 1979. He was a licensed professional civil engineer. His most rewarding achievement was establishing the Snoqualmie Ridge community which he often said he was born to do. He was also very proud to have played a significant role in establishing the Bellevue Habitat ResStore. He is survived by Wendy, his wife of 38 years, children Jamie (Shawn) and Tim, and grandson Caden.

Deb Benedict
Class of 1975

Deb Benedict will bring 25 years of experience in the development, implementation and oversight of non-profit organizers as she joins the Humane Society of El Paso as CEO.

Charles W. “Bill” Carlson
Class of 1974
Charles W. “Bill” Carlson
Class of 1974

Charles W. “Bill” Carlson passed away in Chehalis, WA on Aug. 24, 2019 at 90 years of age. In 1961, Bill decided to go to college after operating a family farm for 16 years. Bill earned an associate degree from Centralia College, bachelors of education and master of arts from PLU. After graduating Bill began his teaching career in the Chehalis School District where he taught for 25 years. After retiring in 1989, Bill and his wife Adele enjoyed traveling. Bill is survived by his wife of 69 years, three children, four grandchildren and one great-grandson.

Norma Kathryn Aamodt-Nelson
Class of 1973

Norma Kathryn Aamodt-Nelson passed away on April 29, 2020 at home from complications of multiple-myeloma. Norma attended PLU, receiving a bachelor of arts degree. While at PLU, Norma met Steve Nelson and they were married on June 29, 1974. Norma left an important legacy of music in the church and her work continues on in the lives of the hundreds she has influenced through her ministry.

Davis Strandemo
Class of 1972

Davis Strandemo passed away in Kenyon, MN on Aug. 14, 2019. After graduating from PLU, he was an instructor of business education for Peninsula High School and returned to PLU in 1979 as chief accountant. He then took a job at a firm in Minneapolis where he remained until his retirement 18 years later. He enjoyed music, photography, arts and crafts, swimming and church activities. He is survived by his mother Eileen, brothers Gary and Mark, sisters Annie and Mary, and several nieces and nephews.

Barbara (Thompson) Dittrich
Class of 1970
Barbara (Thompson) Dittrich
Class of 1970

Barbara (Thompson) Dittrich retired in October 2019, concluding a 49-year career in public education. Barbara worked 34 years as a history teacher in the North Thurston Public Schools, one year for the Office of Program Research in the Washington Legislature as an assistant to the House Education Committee, and 10 years for the state Superintendent of Public Instruction. Barbara and her husband Richard Dittrich ’72 live in Olympia. She looks forward to spending time with family and friends as well as volunteering in the community.

1960s

Holly Adams Sherman
Class of 1967

Holly Adams Sherman passed away on Jan. 15 in Mississippi. She retired as a lieutenant commander from the U.S. Navy after serving many assignments in locations around the world. An art major at PLU, she was an accomplished artist and has pieces displayed in museums across the U.S. In 1986 she married her husband Tony, also a naval officer. They had two daughters, Leslie, who perished in the Virginia Tech shooting in 2007, and Lisa. She is survived by her parents, Les and Gerry Adams, husband, daughter, granddaughter and four sisters. Her remains will be laid to rest next to Leslie in Arlington National Cemetery.

Timothy Forester
Class of 1962
Timothy Forester
Class of 1962

Timothy Forester worked at the Space Needle as a guard before traveling with the Rev. Carl Zingler ’59 through Europe. After earning his M.A in 1969 and Ph.D in 1979, he was a staff member for the National Lutheran Campus Ministry for six years. Beginning in 1980, he was a consulting psychologist until his recent retirement in Eugene, OR. He currently raises goats with his wife of 49 years in Central Oregon. He crafts baptismal fonts for churches as a hobby and is available to churches to craft a font for them.

Elaine (Benson) Brooks
Class of 1962

Elaine (Benson) Brooks passed away Jan. 2 at her home. She was born in San Francisco on Nov. 23, 1940. She met her husband, Tacoma native Alan Brooks, in chemistry class at PLU in 1959. Her passions included singing, baking, sewing, progressive politics and nursing. She was instrumental in establishing childbirth education in Tacoma and teaching standards for prenatal courses. Elaine spent years supporting immigrants settling in the community arriving from Vietnam, Somalia and elsewhere. She is survived by her husband, three children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

Peter C.C. Wang
Class of 1960

Peter C.C. Wang passed away on May 31, 2020. Born in 1937 in Yentai, China, Peter studied and lived in Yentai, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Tai Chung, before coming to the United States to continue his education in 1957 at the age of 20. Peter majored in math and physics at PLU. At age 22, he met Grace Luo, whom he married the next year. After completing his Ph.D., Peter taught statistics at Michigan State, the University of Iowa, Stanford University, and the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey. The family fell in love with the Monterey Peninsula, making Pebble Beach their home for the next 50 years. After a long teaching career, Peter transitioned to real estate investment and became a passionate investor in the Monterey Peninsula, and across the West Coast. Generous philanthropists to Chinese student scholarships and global education, Peter and Grace are responsible for the donation that established PLU’s Wang Center for Global Education, a gift that has left a lasting impact on campus and the lives of countless PLU students. Peter is survived by Grace and their
three children and five grandchildren.

1950s

Tom and Kathie Reeves
Class of 1958

Tom and Kathie Reeves ’59 recently celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary. For the past 50 years, they have lived in Racine County, WI. Their three married daughters live nearby. Tom is a retired professor of history and an author.

Richard “Jerry” Benson
Class of 1958

Richard “Jerry” Benson passed away April 24, 2020. Jerry graduated from Pacific Lutheran College in 1958 with a degree in business and entered the Navy Officers Training School. He returned to Skagit County, WA after completing his service. There he met and married his wife Sharon. Jerry served on the Lutheran Bible Institute board of directors, the Burlington-Edison School Board and was an active member of the Skagit County Republicans. Jerry and Sharon enjoyed a rich and full life together as they raised their 4 sons, participating in church and traveling around the country and world.

Helen Larson
Class of 1957

Helen Larson passed away Sept. 14, 2019. She was the second youngest of 10 children and was a first generation American citizen, born to parents who emigrated from Sweden. After graduating from PLU, she served briefly as a technician for a Tacoma blood bank before switching careers to teach second grade. She then met her husband Sam Larson and lived several places around the country before settling in Edgewood, WA. She was a fabulous baker and whose cookies were enjoyed by neighborhood kids. Helen is survived by her two sons, granddaughters, and grandson.

Pauline (Skjonsby)Schryver
Class of 1957

Pauline (Skjonsby)Schryver passed away April 6, 2019 at age 86. She is survived by her husband Duane Schryver, sons Jon and Paul, and daughter Ruth Burks.

Clarene Johnson
Class of 1956
Clarene Johnson
Class of 1956

Clarene Johnson passed away June 1, 2020. Clarene sang in The Choir of the West and graduated in 1956 with a degree in education and fine arts. She was a fierce champion of all children and believed that no child should be overlooked. She was a dedicated “Lute” for life, serving for many years as her class representative, an active board member of the Scandinavian Cultural Center and PLU volunteer extraordinaire. Clarene cherished and nurtured her Norwegian heritage and was a dedicated “Daughter of Norway.” She also loved her garden, being “Beste” (short for Bestemor, which is grandmother in Norwegian) to many, and looked forward to hosting her PLU classmates, her Bible study group, and others at her home in Lakewood, WA.

William Ludwig
Class of 1956

William Ludwig passed away March 27, 2020. Bill earned degrees in biology and chemistry from PLU and then went on to get a degree in pharmacy from the University of Washington. He married his soul mate, Janice Forrester, and they shared nearly 62 years of marriage together. He was an avid outdoorsman involved with fly fishing, skiing and tennis. He is survived by his wife, sister, children, and grandchildren.

Norman Knutsen
Class of 1951

Norman Knutsen passed away Nov. 14, 2019 at age 91. Norm was a PLU and University of Michigan graduate. At U-M he received an engineering degree in naval architecture and marine engineering. He was registered as a professional engineer in the field for the states of Washington and Oregon. Although Norm lived in many parts of the U.S, his heart always remained in the Puget Sound region and he was happiest when he was on or near the water.

Kenneth Lobeda
Class of 1950

Kenneth Lobeda passed away Dec. 11, 2019. Kenneth graduated from Lincoln High School. After serving in the Navy in WWII, he attended Pacific Lutheran College where he earned a degree in education and met his future wife, Dolores. Ken and Dolores built their home in University Place, WA and he dedicated 38 years to the school district and his community. He and his wife had two daughters. After his wife passed away in 2001, he married Jan in 2008. They supported each other in the loss of their spouses and Ken’s happiest times were spent with family.

1940s

Lorna (Vosburg) Burt
Class of 1940

Lorna (Vosburg) Burt celebrated her 100th birthday on November 30.