1985-Iowa City, Iowa

     Roger Aiken went to graduate school at Berkeley and Rome. He is currently associate Professor of Fine Arts at Creighton University gallery. Roger is married to Judy Popovich (CHS ‘64). They live in Iowa City, where Judy is Associate Professor of German Literature, with their son, Tom, age 7.



1985-Phoenix, Arizona

     Graduated Salem Technical Vocation Community College June of 1967. Electronics Technician at Motorola, Inc. Currently enrolled at AZ State U.  to complete a B.S. E.E. degree. Have also been a part-time instructor at the Phoenix Arthur Murray Dance Studio.




       Married to Jim, have three daughters, Theresa 16, Tina 15, Tiffany 12.



1985-Florence, Italy

       Living in Florence off and on since 1977 when I came to get a master’s degree in Art History at Rosary College Graduate School of Fine Arts. Presently working full time as a librarian at the European University Institute library in Florence. Married Maurizio Giachetti, a restoration architect and architecture historian in Portland on August 23, 1980, the day of our 15th class reunion, which is why we did not come. We have a 2 year old son, Lorenzo, who was born in Corvallis in August, 1983.




       The past twenty years have gone by real fast. I was married for ten years; have two children, a daughter and a son. I have lived in Portland for 18 years. I was divorced in 1977 and went to work for Raz Transportation as a bus driver. After listening to noise for seven years, I quit and am now working at River View Cemetery as the Secretary/Bookkeeper (its so nice and quiet). Remarried this last April, obviously acquiring a new husband,Larry, plus an additional son.



1985-Dallas, Texas

      I was married to David Rettig, a Real Estate Broker here in Dallas, in Sept. of 1982-it was, fortunately, one of the best things I have ever decided to do in my life. We are all happy living in our home, and seemingly maintaining a constantly, ever changing, fast pace here in Dallas. David is doing very well with his Real Estate work, and I am working as the Administrative Assistant for a construction company. Our kiddos keep us on the move all the time just trying to stay one step ahead of them.



1985-Newport, Oregon

        -Living in Newport since H. S. Graduation

        -Teach Emotionally Handicapped Children for the last 10  years.

         -2 children, 10 years old and five years old.

         -I am presently single

         -I will continue teaching and living in Newport.



1985-Corvallis, Oregon

      Lineman with Pacific Power and Light. Married to Janet (Morris) 19 years. Two sons,  J.R., 17 years old; Jon, 15 years old. Enjoy: jogging, racquetball, waterskiing and snow skiing.



1985-Springfield, Virginia

     Commander, Civil engineer Corps, US Navy/Navy Diver/Officer-in-Charge, Underwater Construction Team ONE, Little Creek, Virginia. Resident Officer-In-Charge of construction, Mare Island Naval Shipyard, CA/presently involved in Deep Submergence Technology, Washington D.C.



1985-Corvallis, Oregon

             1966-68: Army-stationed in Frankfurt

  1968-72: School-Graduated Portland State, B.A History

  1972-79: Painting contractor in Lincoln City and Corvallis


  Accountant. Currently a CPA, working for Larry Stover. Married in 1969. We      have two children: Jody (13), and Jefferson (9)



1985-Corvallis, Oregon

      1969: BSEE Oregon State University

      1969-1974: Bell Telephone laboratories, North Andover, Mass.

      1970: Married Claudia Patterson

      1970: MSEE Purdue University

      1974-1980: Oregon State University School of Oceanography

      1980-Present: Hewlett-Packard (Corvallis)



1985-Salem, Oregon

      For the last six years my husband and I have owned and operated a business. Before that, I worked at Salem Memorial Hospital as a nurse. I still work there approximately three months of the year in order to keep my license. I have two teenagers, Jason 15 and Vanessa 13, who keep me busy as a chauffeur. We spend our leisure time snow skiing in Winter and boating in the Summer.



1985-Corvallis, Oregon

      I married Brian Quakenbush in Feb. 1967. We have 2 great daughters, Tracy, 15, and Shelly, 11. Brian and I own both G & J tire and G & J Auto Sales, here in Corvallis.



1985-Eugene, Oregon

       Aside from being five years older than my last reunion not much has changed. I am trying to take time to enjoy the quality of life, being at the age where the realization occurs that the quantity of life is limited. I am still selling woodworking machinery. My wife, Linda, is still teaching, my oldest son, Ross, will be in the eighth grade and youngest son, P.K., will be a first grader.



1985-West Richland, Washington

       For the past 15 years I have resided in Richland, Washington. I am a Senior Research Scientist employed by Battelle, Pacific organization. I am primarily involved in Research for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on reactor safeguards.

      I am married to Karen Byers and we have two sons. Kevin is 3 ½ and Kristopher is 1 12/. The boys keep busy. We enjoy sailing, bicycling and running, snow skiing in the winter.



1985-Corvallis, Oregon

      Mrs. Middle America here-with a husband, daughter, son, dog, country home and station wagon. We enjoy outdoor living, overseas travel, boating and water sports, gardening and any luxury we can afford. M individual interests include volunteer work, golf, skiing and reading. My favorite food------ FRESH TOMATOES!!!!!



1985-San Diego, California

      The biggest change for me since high school is that in 1981 I suffered a brain stem stroke due to a machine malfunction due in an angiogram. I was in the hospital for 3 months where I got married.

      The 3 years I have been married, my husband has been in the Navy. But now he is getting out. We are moving to Marysville, CA and have no idea what is in store for us!



1985-Corvallis, Oregon

     1966: University of Oregon, Eugene

      1967-69: New York City, N. Y.

      1970-71: U of O



1985-Aloha, Oregon

     After CHS I attended OSU until 1969 when I married R. Michael Cregan, Jr. and moved to Hayward, CA. Michael worked for Pan Am and we traveled to Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and Hawaii.

      In 1971 we returned to Corvallis. I finished my BS at OSU in Business and Technology and worked for a CPA firm. In 1975 our son Patrick was born. From 1976 until we moved to Wookinville, WA in 1980 I owned a bookkeeping service in Corvallis. In WA I again worked in a CPA firm and Michael worked for Far West Ins. as regional VP of sales. We returned to Portland in 1982, where Michael is regional manager for Pacific Mutual Ins. and I am working as assistant controller for Gilbert Bros.

     We have 2 horses, a dog, cat, mouse, hamster and fish.



1985-Boring, Oregon

      From 1965 to 1967 I was in the Service, serving in the Oregon Air National Guard. I attended Oregon State University from 1967 to 1972 and graduated with a degree in education. In 1972 I married Jan Simonson from Bellevue, WA, where I established an auto accessory business. In 1979 we moved to Portland, OR, and established Maaco Auto Painting in Gresham. In 1982 I established RJJ Enterprises, a service company. I sold Maaco Auto Painting in 1984. For this last year, I have been semi-retired and also an instructor at Clark College in Vancouver, WA. I have recently purchased an Aamco Transmission center and am in the process of establishing an auto exhaust business in the Willamette Valley. We currently live in Damascus, Oregon.



1985-Veneta, Oregon

      Things haven’t changed much since our 10 year reunion. I am still a teller, however, for the last 7 years I have been with First Interstate Bank. My husband, Ron, is now the supervisor for the Weighmaster crew in Eugene and our daughter is now 13 years old!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We enjoy camping and motorcycle trips. Someday we would like to have a motor home and do a lot of traveling. I still enjoy reading, writing and singing. In November Rom and I will celebrate our 19thanniversary.



1985-Berkeley, Oregon

     The past two decades for me have been filled with all the joys and struggles of those “significant adult developmental issues” at each stage. Overall I would have to say if I get points for being busy I’d win some kind of prize. But beyond that……a few highlights to catch up with old friends on significant events in my life:

      *Completed bachelors in sociology at OSY in 1969

      *Completed masters in educational psychology at the University of Florida in 1971

       *Taught Psychology, Sociology and Adult development (along with those “sensitivity/encounter groups” ) at a 2-year community inner-city college in Columbus, Ohio for 6 years.

       *Completed post doc through George Washington University developing and implementing a state-wide faculty development program for colleges/universities in Ohio in 1977,

       *Moved to Athensm Ohio as director of Education, Curriculum and research at the new medical center. Obtained license as Psychologist and began a part-time private practice from 1977-1980.

         *Moved back west to “settle” in Berkeley, California in 1980.

     Currently Dean for Student and Administration Affairs at the California School of Professional Psychology in Berkeley (CSOO us a OhD clinical psychology program). I am also the chief architect of the masters program in organizational behavior.

     I have committed my career to higher educational although I have developed a part-time private practice, both with individual psychotherapy and as an organizational consultant.

     After 15 yerrs of marriage and enjoying my “inherited” daughter, Brenda (who is now 21 and an art major at OSU) Loyd and I parted---what we call a dual career casualty.

     My life has been enormously stimulating, challenging, and rewarding. And that includes all those struggles, too. I look forward to renewing old friendships and sharing with the joys and struggles in your life.



1985-Roseburg, Oregon

      Payroll clerk at Community College.  Enjoys needlework, gardening and outdoor activities.