1995-San Diego, California

My husband, Mike, and I both graduated from OSU. We have lived in the San Francisco Bay area (twice) Corvallis, Seattle, Beaverton and now San Diego. Our son, Patrick, is going to college in San Diego and dating a girl from Eugene – it’s a small world! We enjoy water and snow skiing and camping. Travel is my real passion, my affordable hobbies are horses, gardening, photography and reading. Mike’s are woodworking and golf. I’ve done lots of job hopping and currently work part-time for a local CPA. Mike has been with Pacific Mutual Insurance for 15 years. Our parents are gone and our son grown, we’ve taken up sailing with dreams of early retirement cruising the Pacific. No tragedies, no scandals, no great achievements, just having fun and paying the bills.

Spouse: R. M. “Mike” Cregan, Jr., Regional Sales Manager; Child;

Son (19).



1995-Corvallis, Oregon

I’ve lived in Corvallis since graduation. I’ve been employed by Corvallis Disposal Company for 22 years. Hobbies include hunting and fishing. I have one son, Mark.

Spouse: Mary Carpenter, Bank Teller; Child: Son (24)



1995-Salem, Oregon

I still work for First Interstate Bank in the central cash vault in Salem. I really enjoy the people I work with which makes this a great job. The highlights of the last year were our motorcycle trip to Sturgis, South Dakota last summer and our daughter’s wedding this February. I enjoy walking (including to and from work year-round), reading, cooking, movies, and water exercise class at the Y. I also enjoy my three fat (I mean “fluffy”) cats and visiting with friends.

Spouse: Ronald E. Jones, Government Employee; Child: Daughter (22).



1995—Lebanon, OR

I am now a lady of leisure. I am retired from a secretary job at Lebanon High School.  My daughter is married to a wonderful guy.  I keep telling them that I am ready for a grand baby, but they say “not yet”. My son is still at home, or should I say he is not married yet.  With girls, work, and his race car, he isn’t have that much.  My son and daughter were in 4-H.  They were both ten-year 4-H members.  They showed registered Santa Gertrudis cattle at the 4-H fairs and county fairs.

Sports also kept me busy.  My daughter played volleyball and was on the flag team at Lebanon High.  My son played football, baseball, and also track until his motorcycle accident put an end to all that.  In 1990, my husband built me a beautiful all brick home.  Two story, 3,500 sq. ft. and over 25,000 bricks.  That is an experience all couples should go through.  We also have a home in Sisters.  My husband and I belong to a few organizations which keep us busy and on the go a lot.  My family and I belong to the Eastside Christian Church in Albany.  My pride and joy is a little brown Peek-a-Poo dog.  Her name is Susie and she is 14+ years old.  She was born on Halloween.  About five years ago I wrote a book about her.  As for this “Corvallis Girl,” I’m doing ok for myself!

Special Message:  Bob Hansen, after all these years, you are still my football hero.

Spouse:  Doyle C. Frazier, self-employed investor; Children: Scott, 25, Lisa-23



1995--Placentia, CA

I attended OSU for a year then married Lon Jackson in 1966 (and we’re still together!). After the birth of our daughter Gina (now 28, married with 2 children) and Lon’s graduation from OSU we moved to Southern California where he has been employed by Rockwell International for the last 27 years.  After our daughter Angela (now 25, currently working for a CD-ROM company) was in school, I got my degree in Library Technology.  I volunteered at the Placentia Library which led to a job there as the Volunteer Coordinator although I also did their graphics, some collections maintenance, and circulation.  After working there for 12 years I was laid off due to severe budget cuts. 

It worked out well, though, because Rockwell sent Lon on assignment to Sydney, Australia for almost a year where we lived on the harbor just five minutes from the Opera House.  It was really a great experience for us—maybe more for Angie and me as he was working and we were playing!  We saw a lot of the country especially around Sydney and the New South Wales area, the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest.  We also took a trip to New Zealand where Lon had always wanted to fish for their trout!  He was glad to return to his current job as Chief Systems Engineer back in Anaheim and we were glad to get back to family and friends.

I’m currently working as a substitute at the library several hours each week and enjoy various crafts as hobbies.  For now that suits me fine—think I got spoiled in Australia!  We enjoy our Porsche Club of America activities that we’ve been involved in for several years.  I’ve served on the local region’s board and have been the publications distributor.  We especially enjoy the various tours the club goes on, the Time/Distance/Speed rallies and the slalom racing that we’ve been doing more of recently.  Next year we plan on going to Germany to pick Porche’s newest model.  Camping, boating and fishing are also high on our list of leisure activities—we really miss Oregon but hope to retire to our property there in a few years—we’ve remained Oregonians in our hearts!

Spouse:  Lon Jackson, Chief Systems Engineer; Children: 28, 25; Grandchildren: 4 years and 2-1/2 months.



1995—Portland, OR

I’m currently working for an internist as an office nurse which is what I do from 8-to-5 and enjoy the most.  In the summer I play a Native American Indian in the Champoeg Historical Pageant and have found I’m a ham at heart.  In the last two years, I’ve been into marathons, Portland twice and Honolulu once, with the Ranier to Coast Relay in between.  I tutor and teach reading to nine year olds on the side as well as work with kids at the Portland Art Museum.

Child: 24



1995—Belfair, WA

I live in the Hood Canal area of Washington State on my small (five acre) farm in a log house with a log barn with several other private owners of private land tucked into a large area of D.N.R. forest land.  Forest growth management is primary use but the area is also a designated wetlands preserve in part and a multiple-use land for camping, bike trails, fishing and horse use.  So I am surrounding myself with trees and wildlife hoping to hold off the malls and McDonalds out here, at lest for awhile.

I’ve successfully extracted myself from a non-marriage to the Devils Cabana Boy in 1991 and soon thereafter retired from school teaching (after 17 years in Seattle) in Special Education and Behavioral Disabilities.  Substitute teaching 1992-1994 brought on a swift and sure case of melt-down/burn-out.  I now tutor under private contract, part-time.  I am Vice President of the Local Garden Club, ride my horses for pleasure (no longer show/compete at dressage and jumping), and am teaching one horse to pull an Amish cart.  Horses are an Arabian Stallion and a Tennessee Walker gelding.  I have two dogs: a Standard Poodle and the other an Alaskan Huskey and two barn cats—flaky free spirits.  I peel logs to build fences and furniture, clear brush to expand pasture areas, paint pictures of local wildlife (am in owl and osprey phase now) and lift weights and walk for fitness. 

My father and I went, in September, to Ecuador and Galapagos Island to observe wildlife there (a long time dream of his) and I hope to return.  Other trips planned soon are a Lewis and Clark College reunion in August to Mexico.  Later, Greece and Spain in 1996 to visit friends who live there.  Save those $$!

Special Message:  I am looking forward to seeing all CHS friends.  Thanks to the reunion committee for your FAB work and devotion to the cause.  Love ya!—Susie



1995—Corvallis, OR

Bachelors Degrees – Political Science 1971 Oregon State; History 1974 Oregon State

Juris Doctorate 1977 McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific

Lawyer/Private Practice – Corvallis 1978 to present

Married, Geary Cuniff; Children: ages 18, 15, 12, 12



1995—Salem, OR

I am a secretary for the body shop at Skyline Ford in Salem.  I started this job last December.  It has been a challenge to learn everything.  It is an interesting job and definitely not dull.  Before that, I worked for 6 years at a mechanical repair shop doing everything but fixing cars.

I graduated from Salem Business College.  I have been married to John Westrick for 25 years.  We have two sons—Mike and Rick.  I enjoy listening to country music, reading (fiction and autobiographies), flower gardening, being “mom” to two dogs and two cats, and doing crafts (Christmas ornaments).

Spouse: John Westrick, truck driver; Children: Mike (19) and Rick (16)



1995—Laguna Hills, CA

Tom and I have lived in S. California since 1968.  I am accounting manager for Tom’s real estate investment/property management firm.  We have one son, Adam, who is 14-1/2.  We have an acre in Laguna Hills which we share with our 3 horses, 5 goats, 1 sheep, 2 dogs and 2 cats.  We spend most of our free time camping in the desert or Mexico and riding our ATV’s.  Tom has taken up making microbrewery beer so we also tour any microbreweries we find in our travels.  We have enjoyed S. California but are looking forward to moving back to Oregon.  We plan to retire in Bend in about five years and try a less hectic way of life. 

Spouse: Tom Boyles; Children: Son, 14-1/2 years.



1995—Corvallis, OR

I work for Good Samaritan Hospital in Corvallis as a Maintenance Engineer.  I am married to my old high school sweetheart who I happened to run into at our 25th year class reunion.  We had not seen each other for 23 years.  We are both into family—we like to travel, fish, and EAT!  We have 4 kids in college.  No major health problems so far, have been real lucky.  My wife works for Hewlett-Packard and her favorite hobby is keeping me in line.  Not only does she wash the pants but she WEARS the pants!

Special Message: It’s never too late to marry your old high school sweetheart!

Spouse:  JoAnn Nelson Donaldson, Hewlett-Packard; Children:  21, 23, 23, 28



1995-Springfield, OR

You won’t find me in the CHS ’65 Yearbook.  My dad was stationed at Adair AFS, and we left in June 1962 after my freshman year at Highland View.  I DID graduate from CHS: Chelan High School in Washington State.  Since graduation, I’ve received a BA in Mathematics at WSU, and I’ve enjoyed several career fields: USAF Instructor pilot, professional entertainer, oil field construction worker, air charter pilot, stockbroker, and banker.  I am presently the branch manager for Centennial Bank’s Springfield branch.  Since moving back to Oregon in 1987, I have run into several old classmates including John McAllister, Jim Pierce, Dick Ruth, and AL Hutchinson,  I look forward to renewing other old friendships!

Spouse:  Teri Sue Draggoo, Special Education Teacher; Children: 16, 20

Special Message:  I remember playing “Chrummy” with Jim Pierce, Jim Meeker, Ernie Dornfeld, Denny Fryback, Roger Warren, and the rest of the “pocket-protector” bunch.



1995—Albany, OR

I have worked for U. S. West (formerly P.N.B.) for over 24 years.  I’m currently working for them in Salem, Oregon.  Don and I will be married 30 years in December and enjoy having our children around.  Both are married and employed in the Albany/Corvallis area.  My hobbies include snow skiing, country western dancing, doing aerobics, and I’m also a certified florist, so far using that skill just to my personal benefit.

Spouse:  Don Edwards, Outside Sales/EOFF Electric; Children: 26, 23 years.



1995/Corvallis OR

After CHS, I went directly to OSU, majored in English and earned a B.A. in 1969. Fall of 1970, I returned to OSU to work on teacher certification, completing my course work in the Spring of ‘71 and toured Europe for 44 days with the OSU Choralaires. Fall '71 I completed a student teaching job at Roseburg High School. My first teaching job was at Myrtle Point ‘73 - '74, and my second at Amity, '74-'75 through '76-'77. I finished my M.A. at OCE in 1978, and married Dean Trask that summer.

I returned to teaching (as a sub) in 1984, and went full time at Chemawa lndian School in January of 1986. That same year, my daughter, Sarah, was born. And, my son, Daniel, arrived in 1988. They both attend Santiam Christian Elementary in Adair Village. I left Chemawa in 1993, divorced Dean in early '95 and am back in Corvallis with my children. Children: 8 and 6

Special Message: For the band members: remember marching in all that wonderful mud at Civic Stadium when we went to the State Football Playoff against Grants Pass??? We couldn't even make out the yard lines for our “8 to 5s”! Then we had to get those white bucks white for the parade the next day...!



1995-Bend, Oregon

Mark: State Department of Agriculture, Good Sanitarian

Cecie: Speech and English teacher, Mountain View High School.

We still like to ski, hike, canoe and ravel. Our sons, Luke and Ben, are both going to Oregon State University.

Sons: Luke (21), Ben (19)



1995-Indianapolis, Indiana

After graduation from OSU, I’ve had jobs in Corvallis and Newberg, Oregon; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and now Indianapolis, Indiana. All have been working with the environmental concerns of the pulp and paper industry. I am currently the corporate manager of environmental affairs for Inland Container, a subsidiary of the holding company, Temple-Inland. Inc! While living in Oregon I backpacked (and walked) to the top of mountains at the rate of 200 to 300 miles/summer. Since moving to Louisiana and later Indiana, mountains have been hard to come by.

My current job requires much air travel and Elaine and I enjoy one to three trips per year, often doing some very amateur historic sightseeing.

Spouse: Elaine Franklin, R. N., Nurse Mgr. Hospice Program/Visiting Nurse Program.



1995-Salem, Oregon

Spouse: James L. Witt, State Farm Insurance Agent; Children: 19, 21, 24



1995-Eugene, Oregon

I’m still a lawyer –mostly dealing with child abuse and other family issues. Even though things keep getting worse at work as the problems grow and multiply I still have a wonderful life to come home to. My wife and I do theater together, travel and care for our two Newfoundlands (no other children). Perhaps the hardest thing to become accustomed to is how happy my life has been. I certainly never expected it to turn out this way, but I’m glad it did. I have become an avid photographer with hours and hours of slideshows available on request. Thirty years seems like an impossible, long time—doesn’t it?

Spouse: Lydia Lord, Counselor



1995-Albany, Oregon

Bob is a Battalion Chief for the Albany Fire Department and has been for 26 years. He was a 1974 graduate of Oregon State University and owner of BC Construction Services, Inc. Marsha, also a CHS graduate, is a mother, domestic engineer and publication industry.

Children: 18, 11



1995—Corvallis, OR

Paul is a financial planner and Sharon has just begun working with him doing data entry and various office work.  The prior ten years for Sharon were spent working in the mortgage lending field.  We have one daughter, 19 years old, who has just completed her first year at Wellesley College in Massachusetts.  We miss her a lot, but three trips to Boston made the school year pass quickly. 

Paul is very active in Rotary and Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation Board but has cut down his other volunteer activities in the past couple of years.  Sharon is active in Assistance League and has just ended a three-year stint on the Board of Director of the OSU/Corvallis Symphony.

Special Message:  “You Know Who”—Do you ever think about ‘Nanner Pops, sitting on the house, “losing” the tandem bike, or the graduation trip to Canada????