1995-Daly City, California

Practicing law-solo practice, tax, business, estate panning and probate. Certified specialist taxation, state Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. President of the board, Youth for Service, a local charitable, community based organizations. Enjoy scuba diving, abalone diving..

Spouse: Edith, Bookkeeper/Accountant; Children 12 and 9.



1995-Philomath, Oregon

I retired this April of 1995. I am currently helping my folks when they need me. I worked at Good Samaritan Hospital from June ’74 to July of  ‘88 in the Admitting Department as the Emergency Room secretary. From 1988 to present, I worked for Dr. Erick Knutson, Optometrist.

My oldest son, Jay, is an industrial engineer employed by Siltec Silicon in Salem and my youngest is 14 and he is a very nice young man too. My hobbies are my animals and I have quite a few. I also foster animals for the Humane Society and baby sit for my friends’ animals. I have a great husband (second marriage)-fifteen years together.

Spouse: Jerry E. Freeman, courier for Health Mart Pharmacy, delivering medications in Albany; Children 25 and 14.



1995-Beaverton, Oregon

I am a Tax Manager with ESCO Corporation in Portland. I have worked for ESCO for 16 years. I graduated from OSU in 1969 with a BS in Zoology. I received an MBA from PSU in 1973 and a Master’s in Taxation from PSU in 1980. I got my Law Degree from Lewis and Clark Law School in 1980. I am a member of the Oregon State Bar. I like to play golf, lift  weights and river raft. I have made all our class reunions and I have enjoyed them.

Spouse: Toni, Meeting Planner Tektronix, Inc.

Children, Scott (25), Heather, (21)



1995-Thornton, Colorado

I build network management software for AT&T and walk the Rockies in the summer.

Spouse: Karl Swenson, occupation indeterminate (his description)





1995-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

I have been with Alcoa for the last 11 years and am currently working in Alcoa’s Financial Shared Service Center. Bert and I are enjoying an empty nest (9 months of the year). We have a vacation home in the nearby Laurel Mountains and enjoy spending most weekends there to cross country ski, bicycle, hike and relax.

Amy (22) graduated from Penn State in Environmental Resource Management in May 1995. Mandy (19) is a freshman at Penn State. She will be home this summer working at the local amusement park. I thoroughly enjoy gardening in addition to biking, hiking and skiing.

Special Message: It’s hard to believe it’s been 30 years.



1995-Newport, Oregon

Teacher at Waldport Middle School with Lincoln County School Districk for 11 years. Past President of Lincoln County Education Assn. Alternate/Relief skipper, Sea Gull Charter, Newport

Spouse: Judy Marchel, Release officer, Judicial Dept/State of OR. Child: Ryan (16)



1995-Salem, Oregon

Math instructor, coach (football and track), MSEd 1975 OSU, BS 1969 OSU. Enjoy snow skiing, fishing, camping, golf, house building. Secondary director on executive board of teacher’s union, OEA representative, Chair of 2 Century School Council at McKay H.S. (Salem), Career Path Leader for Business and Management.

Spouse: Darlene; Children: Jeffrey “J.J.” (9), Vanessa (23), Jason (25); Grandchild: 2

Special Message: I marvel at how we have all grown in the past 30 years! I doubt if we could have anticipated where we’d be professionally and personally. Also know that your children and grandchildren can be your greatest accomplishment and give them the time you can. Enjoy it all.



1995-Portland, Oregon


Seven years teaching at the Portland Walforf School. I teach Eurythmy (Movement) ages 4-14.

Spouse: Natasha Moscovitch, Eurythmist; Child: Christopher (7)



1995-Coupeville, Washington

Allergic to computers, Zen and the Art of Internet, Virtual Reality and the anti-christ Bill Gates.  I work at Boeing Commercial Airplane as a Computing Analyst and support the customers (British, All Nippon, Qantas, etc.). I get a lot of great calendars; the Saudi calendar is a real challenge to read and has the added bonus of men in skirts.

I live on Whidbey Island and am an independent. I take the ferry to work; and as many days off as I can manage. My time is spent reconnecting with land and wildlife and shielding my numerous pets from the same. The last reunion I was left out of the yearbook because I said my goal was to be on Star Search. I hope I am not censored this year, I really think men should be allowed to wear skirts if they want to. But not blue eye-shadow.



1995-Oregon City, Oregon

Homemaker-College/Dental Assistance-Collecting classic cars-Showing and driving our cars-We collect antiques-We are involved in MDA functions & the Telethon- My husband Keith is retiring from the Fire Dept. (July 1, 1995 (after 26 years)-We’re going to do some traveling.

Spouse: Keith Wolfard, Fire fighter (Captain)

Children: Cyndee (29), Michelle (26), Michael (20);

Grandchildren: Cyndee’s three boys (7, 5, 4), Michelle’s two girls –Ashley (3) & Hayley June (1)



1995-Portland, Oregon

I am an architect. I work as the Base Civil Engineer for Portland Air Base (south side of the runways at Portland International Airport). I graduated from the U of O in 1975. I have two grown sons who live in Eugene that are very much a part of my life. My parents are well and living in Oakridge, OR. The last reunion I was single with a date—I talked her into marrying me (probably thanks to my association with you all). I also have a 14 year old step-daughter to round out my life.

I still do occasional road runs and play softball and golf as often as possible. As commander of an Air National Guard Civil Engineering Squadron, I help participate in many community service projects and disaster relief projects in numerous places, such as Jamaica, Missouri, Guatamala and Alaska…and even in Oregon

Spouse: Becky; Children: Ages 25, 24, 14; Grandchild-Age 2.



1995-Seattle, Washington

BA Portland State, 1970; M. Arch Univ. of Oregon, 1980. I am a sole practitioner architect specializing in custom residential design. Hobbies: reading, walking, travel.

Spouse: Linda, writer-editor; Child, Age 12.



1995-Los Angeles, California

I left Portland and Tektronix in June 1989 and rode my bicycle down the coast to LA. I spent the summer painting a house and hiking the John Muir and other trails in the Sierras. I had some money left and went to lndia for a couple of months, walked the Annapurna Circuit (the I-5 of Nepal), and spent April and May of 1990 in Australia and New Zealand. I came back to LA for a job, the great weather, and the nearby mountains and deserts.

I work at UCLA Medical Center with computers which for me is a triumph of optimism over reality. I help users learn software (my boss so loves the world that he sends a middle-aged, non-technical woman to dispel people's fear of computing) and write documentation in one job and get information out of a database in another.

For the past four years, l've also worked from time to time with folks in the Spinal Cord lnjury unit at one of the local VA Medical Centers. Wars can do awful things to bodies, but mostly I've seen the results of accidents. Be very careful.



1995-Gervais, Oregon

Aircraft Mechanic A&P, Columbia Helicopters, Inc; Associate of Science, Lane Community College; Coordinate Measuring Machine Operator;. Special interest in computer drafting-AutoCAD; member Woodburn Fire District 25+ years.

Spouse: Suzanne, Registered Nurse; Children: Ages 19, 17 & 13.



1995-Abbotsford, BC Canada

Mostly I've been a secretary - 4 years at OSU Oceanography & in Canada at aircraft companies - & presently 12 years as Senior Assistant to the Deputy Supt. of Schools. I kept up bowling (183 Avg!) and baseball until early 40s. I still like to watch sports, but really like horses & camping. I've missed ?? and hope to return to Oregon one day (l've made sure I've buried my feet in the Oregon beach every year!) I'm currently on 2 Boards of Directors - the Coop where I live & the community's salmon enhancement hatchery, & previously Big Brothers.

I've been a single parent to 2 great kids - both are in University (Suzie - 19, 1st year Marketing & Scott - 21, 4th year Bachelor of Jazz). I've gone by "Sammy" since 16 & yes, I'm still tall, but darn it, rounder!

Special Messages: Fav's: Mr. Parham, Miss Fish, athletic letter, PEP Squad, rally buses, & “crummy" - best education tool! Don't miss: pithing frogs, oral book reports & air force fitness charts! Regrets: being too tall for prom & my ugly white glasses! Special Hi's: Sue O., Vicki, Cathys B., & l, Lindas B & B. Phyllis, Sandy C., Judy R., Janet S., Jean G., Larry T., Kris H., Jim O., Lynn D., Barb M. & Susan D! Anyone feel like writing? I'll answer! Have fun!



1995-Vernon Hills, Illinois

I have been working at O’Hare since June of 1967. I am currently with United Airlines as a ramp serviceman. Of my three kids, two are just finishing their first year of college and our youngest will be starting high school in the fall. We are still traveling. Recent trips include a drive around Germany and Austria; a trip to Beijing, including a walk along the Great Wall; and a family trip down under with a stop at Auckland. We are living in our third house and adding or have added niceties like a finished basement, decking around the pool, a gazebo-style screened in porch, and landscaping (see my blisters).

Spouse: Donna, US Post Office clerk; Children: ages 19, 19 & 14.



1995-Corvallis, Oregon

Owner Mehlhaf’s Clothiers at 3rd and Madison, downtown Corvallis; Graduated from Oregon State University, Class of 1969; Met my wife at OSU in ’70; married in ’72; got out of USMC in ’75.

Spouse: Terre, Buyer-Merchandise Manager Mehlhaf’s Clothier; Children: ages 12 & 17.



1995-Gonzales, California

I was married for 22 years to a man that was a diplomat for the Department of State. As a result, we lived in the Washington, DC area alternating with moves overseas. We lived in China (son born in Hong Kong!), Malaysia, Italy and Taiwan—twice! Of course we did a lot of traveling while overseas.

I am now single and living in California teaching 6th grade in a new school. My son, who is in the 7th grade, lives with me and my 2 daughters are in college. One is a freshman at UC Santa Barbara and the other a junior at Virginia Tech. I have gone full circle from living on a farm and in a small community (Corvallis) to living in large, busy capitals all over the world. I am now back on a farm and a small community. It’s wonderful!

Children: Son (14), Daughter (19), Daughter (21)

Special Message: I haven’t been back to Corvallis for more than 20 years nor have I seen dear friends. I’m very excited about this reunion. Thank you to all those putting the work into making it happen.



1995-Meridian, Idaho

I’m currently the Director of 4-H Volunteer Training for Ada County Extension Service in Boise, Idaho. I’ve just completed 30 years as a 4-H volunteer. My favorite hobbies are cross stitch, landscape gardening and tennis. Our children are 21 and 23 and will be attending Boise State University this fall. My husband, Carl, is Warning/Coordination Meteorologist in the Boise National Weather Service Office. Three cats, two lizards, one snake and 10 mice complete our household.

Spouse: Carl Weinbrecht, Meteorologist; Children: Ages 21 & 23.



1995-Corvallis, Oregon

After having spent the last 10 years in the field of dentistry (office manager/dental assistant) I retired last February in order to devote my time to the furnishing of our new “retirement” home on the Willamette. Unfortunately, the wildlife is so incredible here that I’ve spent more time gazing out the windows than I have furnishing the place, and things were especially interesting during the February flooding! We both love travel and hope to do a lot of it in the near future. Our daughter, Heidi, is 22 now and enjoying her career, so we do not anticipate grandchildren any time soon, although we are both ready! We look forward to seeing a lot of old friends at the reunion!

Spouse: Skip DeFord, Co-Owner Middleton Heating/Air Conditioning; Child: Heidi (22)



1995-Vancouver, Washington

Spouse: Wayne Kendall, Car Salesman; Children Ages 29, 24, 22, 21, 19; Grandchildren: Ages 8, 8, 7, 6, 5, 3, 1,



1995-Portland, Oregon

After graduation from high school, I attended OSU for 2 years, the U of O Nursing School in Portland for 2 yrs. and PSU for 1 year. I met my husband during his final year at the Museum Art School and we were married June 21, 1969. We lived in Portland for four yrs. and then, because my husband was in management with Montgomery Ward, we moved to Coeur’d Alene, Idaho; Spokane, WA; and Creswell OR before we settled down again in Portland. We have four children: Derek (23), Ryan (22), Erica (15) and Heather (13). I have worked for the past 10 ½ years at Mr. Hood Medical Center in Gresham as a radiology assistant. I like to spend time researching our family’s genealogy and have always been quite involved in my children’s activities. At present this means girls’ fastpitch softball and Rainbow, a Masonic girls’ youth group

Spouse: Dave Munson, Retail (Montgomery Ward); Children, see above.

Special Message: My best wishes to everyone in our class-we’ve come a long way, haven’t we?



1995-Corvallis, Oregon

Summerize 30 years in one paragraph? I wish it wasn’t so easy. Went to OSU for a couple of years after high school and worked in the OSU Research Office as a work-study student. I’m still there, but now I’m Sponsored Programs Officer. Married and divorced (long, sad story).  Married again (the happy ending). No kids, but I’m a grandma (once or twice removed) and loving it.

Traded in my mini-van for a mid-life crisis Miata that reminds me of the Sprite I had in college (Yes, I know, it’s trite, but I can’t help that). Planning to retire in 8 years so I can work on my miserable golf game and see the world outside Corvallis (I’ve heard rumors that there is one). I’m also looking forward to seeing which of you got fat or skinny, bald or gray, wrinkled or tucked.

Spouse: Steve Beugli, Evanite Co.; Grandchild: 5 month old grandson.



1995-Yamhill, Oregon

After one year of college at OSU my husband Gordon and I returned to his family farm in Yamhill, OR. This farm has two Century Farm awards and my father-in-law wished to retire. I am the secretary and bookkeeper for Dromgoole Farms. Kevin is 24 and graduated in Civil Engineering (OSU). Our other son, Darren, is 21 and a senor at college in Montana. They were champs for NAIA Div. I football and Darren plays football. We attend church at Yamhill. I enjoy sewing & crafts in my spare time.

Spouse: Gordon Dromgoole, Farmer; Children: Darren (21), Kevin (24)