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    Frank Lawrence and Donna Macklin met in William Stafford’s English class in 1948. They graduated from Lewis & Clark in 1952 — Frank with a degree in business and Donna with a degree in music and education.
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    People close to Pat Hibbard have often heard him begin a conversation by saying, “You know, I love this college.” Hibbard graduated from Lewis & Clark in 1952 with a bachelor’s degree in business. After many busy years, he reconnected with the College during his Golden Reunion. He has devoted himself to the institution ever since.
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  • Patrick Hibbard BS ’52 spoke with the Gresham (Oregon) Outlook about his experiences in the Korean War and the dioramas they inspired. Hibbard, now retired, found his hobby long after he had returned from service. He started out making model airplanes and later transitioned into crafting dioramas. The meticulously detailed scenes “allowed [him] to be creative” and offered an outlet for his love of the vehicles and planes of World War II.

  • Robert Peters B.A. recounted his experience watching Martin Luther King Jr. stride confidently into Montgomery, Alabama, in March 1965 in an article in the Eugene Register-Guard. Peters, who, at the time, was a young Methodist minister with three young boys at home and another on the way, was one of 150 people who formed a buffer to protect black marchers from hateful crowds along the route. Peters later became a public defender and a University of Oregon history professor before retiring in 2005.

  • Nancy I. Bates BS ’52, May 29, 2014, age 84.

  • Lenore Gerber BA ’52, July 25, 2014, age 86.

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