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CAS Class Notes

Class of 1975

  • TB

    Thomas C. Bauer ’75, July 16, 2016, age 63. Survivors include his wife, Donna; children Alyssa, Chris, Stephanie, and Emily; and one grandchild.

  • MK
    • 10/09/2017

      Marcia Krieger BA ’75, who is mother to five grown children and grandmother to one young one, tells us she feels she is “nearing senior status.” Krieger is currently chief judge for the U.S. District Court of Colorado.

  • CL
    • 09/29/2017

      Christine Lorentz BA ’75, BA ’79 is the founding member of the Go Warriors! Aloha High School Opportunity Fund. Now in its third year, the fund awards grants through the Beaverton (Oregon) Education Foundation to small, nonsupported student group projects and funds optional class activities in a wide range of areas, including career and personal development.

  • Niels Marquardt
    NM
    • 02/03/2017

      Niels Marquardt BA ’75 was presented with the Distinguished Alumnus Award by the Lewis & Clark Board of Alumni. See “Lewis & Clark to Host Alumni Awards” in the winter 2017 issue of the Chronicle.

  • KP
    • 02/15/2017

      Kate Persons BA ’75 moved to Barrow, Alaska, immediately after graduating from Lewis & Clark and has worked as a fisheries and wildlife biologist in northern Alaska ever since. Currently living in Nome with her husband, Peter Rob, she is officially a retired Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife biologist but still works seasonally doing aerial surveys for big-game population assessment. Persons spends every possible moment outdoors enjoying the wildlife and beauty of northwest Alaska and traveling to see and learn about other ecosystems and natural wonders around the world.

  • ES
    • 02/15/2017

      Ed Sarrett BA ’75 is in the middle of his 39th year at Bellarmine College Preparatory, a Jesuit high school in San Jose. He spent 29 years teaching French and Spanish, 22 years coaching soccer, and the last 10 years as part of the counseling department. In 2001, Sarrett retired from coaching to go back to school for his master’s degree in counseling psychology from Santa Clara University. He now has a private practice as a marriage and family therapist. He has two grown children, one a graphic designer and rowing coach and the other a substitute teacher and basketball coach at Bellarmine.

  • CS
    • 02/15/2017

      Carol Savonen BA ’75 worked as an ecologist and science writer for most of her career. After 20 years on the faculty at Oregon State University, she retired in 2008 to do volunteer conservation work. Savonen has advised the Oregon Flora Project and the Institute for Applied Ecology in Corvallis. Five years ago, she started the first Oregon chapter of the Great Old Broads for Wilderness, a national grassroots organization that engages and inspires activism to preserve and protect wilderness and wild lands. She still loves to ski and explore wild places and has a huge garden in the Coast Range on the Marys River with her husband, Kirk Schroeder.

  • JS
    • 02/15/2017

      Janet Hall Schempf BA ’75, having retired in 2013 from an award-winning career as a biologist and environmental impact analyst for the State of Alaska, returned to school to earn a graduate-level certificate in nonprofit management and start her own consulting service. Schempf’s home is in southeast Alaska, where her family has lived for about 120 years.

  • Primus St. John
    PS
    • Communion: Poems 1976–1998

      Primus St. John BS ’75, winner of the Western States Book Award for his poetry anthology Communion and an Oregon Book Award winner for poetry, was featured last summer on Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Oregon Art Beat. During the feature, he read from his work and discussed his time at Lewis & Clark, including his friendship with Professor and Oregon Poet Laureate William Stafford.

      Posted 10/14/2016
  • PS
    • 10/14/2016

      Patricia Sullivan BA ’75, whose career in law has spanned 38 years, culminating in 2000 with her appointment as Malheur County Circuit Court judge, announced her retirement in March 2016. While she plans to maintain an active presence in the community, Sullivan looks forward to having more time to spend with her husband, two daughters, and 7-year-old grandchild.

  • JW
    • 02/15/2017

      Joan Williams BA ’75, who was a clinical and school psychologist for many years, founded the nonprofit Mundo Exchange with her partner in 1996. Mundo Exchange offers volunteer programs and global cultural exchanges for people of all ages in partnership with local communities. The organization’s current projects focus on rural high-need areas in Thailand and Guatemala. Most of the year, Williams is either in Bueng Kan, Thailand, or Chajul, Guatemala. She has had a great time reuniting with dear friends from Lewis & Clark.

  • MW
  • CW
    • 02/15/2017

      Carolyn Wright BA ’75 is a field botanist with Washington’s Department of Natural Resources in the Natural Areas Program, where habitat restoration is a major focus of her work. She volunteers with Oregon State University’s Master Gardeners and The Dalles Art Center (where she was previously the director). She also works with the Native Plant Society of Oregon, hikes with the Foggy Ridgers, and tries to do more than just fret about current politics.

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