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    Donald J. Welcome BS ’61, February 5, 2018, age 78.

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    Jean McDougal BA ’48, August 1, 2017, age 91. After graduating from Lewis & Clark, she married Douglas in 1952. She was an active member of the Lake Grove (Oregon) Presbyterian Church. McDougal loved to travel and took annual trips abroad with a group of friends from Lewis & Clark called the “Free Spirits.” Survivors include her children, Laura and Tom; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

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    Gerald H. Perry ’40, January 15, 2018, age 103. After attending Lewis & Clark, Perry worked as a salesman and apartment manager before being drafted into the U.S. Navy. After returning from military service, he played banjo with the Rose City Banjoliers and the Northwest Banjo Band, traveling all over the world. Survivors include wife Joan; daughters Carolyn and Rosalie; and one grandson.

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    Mary Anderson Munro BA ’51, September 21, 2017, age 95. After graduating from Lewis & Clark, Munro worked as an elementary school teacher in Portland. In 1955, she married Donald. Together, the couple ran several businesses, including the Birkenfield (Oregon) Country Store and Post Office. She loved taking care of her pets, spending time with her children, and gardening. Survivors include her children, Stan, Stuart, and Ann, and five grandchildren.

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    William H. Beazley BS ’60, April 22, 2014, age 84. Beazley and his family moved to Seattle in 1966. He worked at Fircrest School in Shoreline, Washington, and also served as a part-time therapist. In his free time, he loved to fish. Survivors include wife Doreen; children Robert and Terri; four granddaughters; and six great-grandchildren.

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    Robert S. Pettingell BA ’62, January 25, 2013, age 72. Pettingell worked for Pacificorp for 31 years. He was an avid musician and spent most of his free time playing. Pettingell founded and directed the Rose City Classic Festival of Jazz, which began in 1991 and ran for five years. Survivors include wife Elaine and daughters Debbie and Lisa.

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    Virginia S. Heisler ’56, September 5, 2017, age 82. After attending Lewis & Clark, Heisler worked for Sunset Lanes bowling alley as program director for more than 40 years. She married Donald Heisler in 1954. Heisler loved to travel and took part in bowling competitions both at home and away. When she wasn’t competing, she enjoyed sightseeing with her daughters, who often came along. Survivors include her children, Linda and Lisa, and two grandchildren.

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    Jeffrey E. Arnold BS ’74, July 8, 2016, age 63. Arnold, a physician, had a deep appreciation for art and poetry. He also loved to hunt. Survivors include wife Laurie; daughters Rebecca and Haley; and three grandchildren.

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    Norman W. Schwinge BS ’51, August 2, 2017, age 89. Schwinge attended Lewis & Clark after serving in the military during World War II. He met his future wife, Joan, at the college, and the couple married in 1952. Schwinge worked for Farmers Insurance, eventually moving to Southern California. When he retired in 1979, he was Farmers’ director of advertising. Norman and Joan bought a hotel and worked together to maintain and improve it. When they could make time to get away, they traveled all over the world. Survivors include his wife of 65 years, Joan; sons Robert, Craig, Mark, and Scott; four grandchildren; and one great-grandson.

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    Norman L. Stauffer BS ’54, December 23, 2017, age 85. Stauffer’s career began in Denver, at aerospace engineering company Honeywell, in 1957. While there, he helped to develop patents that were used to create the autofocus function for slide projectors and cameras, which helped revolutionize the photo industry. Survivors include wife Carolyn and children Peter, Eric, Thomas, and Susan.

 

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