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  • Rand Dawson BS ’70, after retiring from Alaska trial law practice, returned to the Oregon coast. He has helped start various Oregon noncommercial community radio stations along the coast and in Eugene. He’s also involved in land use, health care, and environmental issues. Dawson says he’s “now working on a satiric Dystopian non-epic view of current corporatized political culture.”

  • Karen Busch BS ’70, although semiretired, still works part time at Living Wisdom School (which she helped found in 1997) and serves as a minister for Ananda Church of Self-Realization. She recently earned a ham radio license, KB7AUM. Busch reports that her latest hobby is moulage, which involves creating mock injuries for purposes of medical training.

  • Pamela Stambaugh BA is “living the dream” as founder and president of Accountability Pays, which provides management coaching, leadership training, and executive recruitment services to Fortune 500, midsized, and small companies throughout the United States.

  • Rev. David W. Duncan BA ’70, May 17, 2015, age 67.

  • Charles Cantelon BA published three books in 2014: Continuity is a book of poems; The Musings of T. C. Worthe is a collection of poetry and opinions; and Mankind is a compilation of thoughts on subjects relating to mankind.

  • Michael Harrison Hicks JD ’70 died of cancer June 19, 2015, at home in Vancouver, Washington. He was 72.

    Born April 21, 1943, in Vancouver to Glen and Helen Hicks, Mike was raised in Clark County and graduated from Hudson’s Bay High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington, where he particularly enjoyed his time as a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.

    Mike practiced law in Clark County and the surrounding areas for 42 years before retiring in 2014. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved fishing and hunting.

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