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Fall 2022 Class Notes

Class Notes include professional accomplishments, awards, retirements, weddings, obituaries and other news about Western Washington University alumni; they’re gathered from published reports and communication from alumni themselves.

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Class Note

Jeannie Darneille - 1971

Jeannie Darneille, B.A., art history, recently left the Washington State Senate after 21 years of service representing the 27th District (Tacoma) and serving as the chair for the Human Services, Rehabilitation, and Reentry Committee. She is now assistant secretary overseeing the Women’s Prison Division of the Department of Corrections. Prior to running for public office, she spent 30 years directing nonprofit social service agencies.

Ray Matlock Smythe - 1971

Ray Matlock Smythe, BAE, history, just published “Coping with Grief: My Personal Journey of Learning to Overcome Sorrow,” on coping with the death of a loved one. “It is extremely reader friendly,” Ray writes, “It motivates you to live a full life after the loss of that special person.” The book is available on Amazon, along with Ray’s three other titles, “Tips to Improve Your Retirement Experience,” “Creating a More Positive Life, One Column at a Time,” and “Creative Teaching: A Guide to Success in the Classroom.”

Lucky Tedrow - 1973

Western’s Sociology Department recently voted to rename its Center for Social Science Instruction/Demographic Research Laboratory in honor of retired professor Lucky Tedrow, B.S. and ’76, M.A., sociology. Tedrow directed the lab, newly renamed the Tedrow Lab for Demographic and Social Research, from 1977 to 2018.

Carol V. Davis - 1975

Carol V. Davis, B.A, Fairhaven interdisciplinary concentration, teaches at Santa Monica College and Antioch University in California. She was scheduled to travel to Siberia for her third Fulbright fellowship, but the trip was cancelled due to the war in Ukraine. Meanwhile, Carol’s fourth book of poetry, “Below Zero,” will be published in 2023 by Stephen F Austin State University Press.

Deborah Kellar Pattin - 1976

Deborah Kellar Pattin, B.A. theatre, retired in June 2022 from a career in public education, teaching drama and English and serving as a teacher librarian. For the past six years she was the librarian at River Ridge High School in the North Thurston Public Schools.

Kevin Helppie - 1979

Kevin Helppie, B.A., music performance, recently retired as professor of music from Western Oregon University and was made professor emeritus after 23 years on the faculty. Now, he’s a voice instructor at Oregon State University and a member of the board of directors of the Eugene Opera. Kevin’s wife, MaryRuth Helppie, ’80, B.Mus., music performance, and ’82, cert., music education, also recently retired from a 38- year career as an elementary music specialist, including the last 20 years in the Canby School District near Portland, Oregon. They now enjoy spending more time with their five grandchildren.

Mark Mitsui - 1980

After a 40-year career in higher education Mark Mitsui, B.A., exercise and sport science and psychology, recently retired as president of Portland Community College, Oregon’s largest higher ed institution. Previously, he was president of North Seattle College and deputy assistant secretary for community colleges in the U.S. Department of Education in the Obama Administration.

Marci Larsen - 1980

Marci Larsen, BAE, special education and ‘85, M.Ed., school administration, is serving as interim superintendent of the Monroe School District in 2022-23. In 2019, Marcie retired as superintendent of the Mukilteo School District.

MaryRuth Helppie - 1980

Kevin Helppie, '79, B.A., music performance, recently retired as professor of music from Western Oregon University and was made professor emeritus after 23 years on the faculty. Now, he’s a voice instructor at Oregon State University and a member of the board of directors of the Eugene Opera. Kevin’s wife, MaryRuth Helppie,  B.Mus., music performance, and ’82, cert., music education, also recently retired from a 38- year career as an elementary music specialist, including the last 20 years in the Canby School District near Portland, Oregon. They now enjoy spending more time with their five grandchildren.

Greg Cox - 1982

Greg Cox, B.A., chemistry, recently sold new short stories to Star Trek Explorer magazine, Weird Tales, Thrilling Adventure Yarns 2022, and an upcoming anthology based on the Deadlands role-playing game. He is also editing a new book series, Stan Lee’s “The Devil’s Quintet,” for Tor Books.

Kelli Holz - 1991

Kelli Holz, B.A., accounting, was named chief financial officer of Washington Federal Bank beginning in 2023. Currently Kelli is the bank’s senior vice president and chief risk officer.

Tim Boyles - 1991

Tim Boyles, B.A., journalism, is a photographer who lives in Tampa, Florida, and Altoona, Pennsylvania. His work has appeared in Rolling Stone, the New York Times, People and Time.

John Ruple - 1992

John Ruple, B.A., sociology – demography, recently joined the Biden Administration to serve as senior counsel in the White House Council on Environmental Quality. John is serving the White House while on leave from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, where he leads the Law and Policy Program at the Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment. His research areas focus on the management of public lands and their resources.

Jacquelyn High-Edward - 1994

Jacquelyn High-Edward, B.A., political science, was appointed by Gov. Jay Inslee to be a Spokane County Superior Court judge. Previously, she was a Spokane County Court Commissioner.

Robert L. Slater - 1995

Robert L. Slater, BAE, theatre, recently retired from 27 years as a teacher, primarily at small alternative schools. His fifth book in his post-apocalyptic Deserted Lands series, “No Man’s Land,” is available at Village Books and online.

Keelan Naasz - 1999

Keelan Naasz, ‘99, environmental education, works in affordable housing with Catholic Charities Housing Services in Yakima, which was recently honored by the National Equity Fund for its work developing St. Catherine De Vigri Villas in Tieton, housing farmworkers and their families.

Tim Wilson - 1999

Tim Wilson, B.A., art – design production, is the groundskeeper for the Seattle Mariners, supervising the crew that ensures the M’s have a pristine playing surface at T-Mobile Park.

Julie Kline - 1999

Julie Kline, B.A., political science, recently became a trial lawyer at the Seattle law firm of Schroeter Goldmark & Bender. Previously. Julie was a senior deputy prosecuting attorney for King County and a senior adviser and interim general counsel to Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan.

Carl Gipson - 2001

Carl Gipson, B.A., political science, was appointed president of external and legislative affairs of the Pacific Northwest Region for AT&T, based in Redmond. Previously, he was director for external affairs for AT&T in Washington state.

Tameka Lim - 2001

Kendall Hagensen, '09, B.A., psychology, owns Vancouver Wellness Studio, a collaborative healthcare clinic in Vancouver, Washington. She works with two other alums on staff: Lisa Bryant, '08, B.A., anthropology – biocultural concentration, is a licensed naturopathic physician and the studio’s medical director and Tameka Lim, B.A., general studies, has a doctorate in acupuncture and Chinese medicine and practices both while directing the studio’s new spa location.

Harmit Gil - 2002

Harmit Gil, B.S., computer science, became the Blaine area port director for U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Previously, he was chief of staff for CBP’s Seattle Field Office.

Jenny Nguyen - 2002

Jenny Nguyen, B.A., psychology, recently opened the Sports Bra, touted as the world’s first sports bar dedicated to women’s sports. The Portland establishment’s motto: “We support women’s sports.”

Carson Huntoon - 2003

Carson Huntoon, B.S., cellular and molecular biology, is the pharmacist and co-owner of Hoagland Pharmacy in Bellingham.

Leann Luong - 2003

Leann Luong, B.A., East Asian studies, works at the American Institute in Taiwan, the de facto U.S. Embassy, as a Navy/Marine Corps programs officer in the Security Cooperation Office. Previously, Leann served in the U.S. Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and at the U.S. Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil. 

Julie Schram - 2004

Julie Schram, B.S., biology - marine emphasis, is an assistant professor of marine biology at the University of Alaska Southeast. She’s working with the National Science Foundation’s Established Program to- Stimulate Competitive Research Fire and Ice project, a five-year, $20 million research project looking at the changes of Alaska’s boreal forests and oceans.

Josefina Magaña - 2007

Josefina Magaña, B.A., sociology and Spanish, is the new director of Thurston Thrives, a community initiative by the Thurston County Chamber Foundation that focuses on community health and safety.

Matt Paxton - 2007

Matt Paxton, B.A., communication and philosophy, is an attorney with Chmelik Sitkin & Davis in Bellingham and president of the Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center. He was a finalist in the Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Top 7 Under 40 Whatcom Young Professionals 2022 Award.

Elliott Smith - 2007

Elliott Smith, B.A., Canadian- American Studies and history, ’12, M.A., history, recently completed his first year as an Ordinary Seaman in the U.S. Merchant Marine. Elliott was a general vessel assistant aboard the MV Cape Taylor, a 634-foot Ready Reserve military cargo ship.

Lisa Bryant - 2008

Kendall Hagensen, '09, B.A., psychology, owns Vancouver Wellness Studio, a collaborative healthcare clinic in Vancouver, Washington. She works with two other alums on staff: Lisa Bryant, B.A., anthropology – biocultural concentration, is a licensed naturopathic physician and the studio’s medical director and Tameka Lim, ’01, B.A., general studies, has a doctorate in acupuncture and Chinese medicine and practices both while directing the studio’s new spa location.

Wendy Overton - 2008

Wendy Overton, B.A., East Asian Studies, is an adviser for the cybersecurity company Safe Security, as well as on the partner advisory board of Code 42, which produces threat management software. Until recently, Wendy led the insider risk mitigation program for Optiv Security Inc.

Marissa Guerrero - 2009

Marissa Guerrero, B.A., business administration - finance, was recently appointed to serve out a term on the Mount Vernon School Board.

Kendall Hagensen - 2009

Kendall Hagensen, B.A., psychology, owns Vancouver Wellness Studio, a collaborative healthcare clinic in Vancouver, Washington. She works with two other alums on staff: Lisa Bryant, ’08, B.A., anthropology – biocultural concentration, is a licensed naturopathic physician and the studio’s medical director and Tameka Lim, ’01, B.A., general studies, has a doctorate in acupuncture and Chinese medicine and practices both while directing the studio’s new spa location.

Hart Johnson - 2010

Hart Johnson, B.A., and ‘13, M.A., English, heads the Humanities Department at Wenatchee Valley College.

Kara Vernon - 2010

Kara Vernon, B.A., communication, was recently promoted to director of Professional Services at FidelityEHR, a software company that focuses on improving outcomes for children and families with complex behavioral health challenges.

Anne Massey - 2011

Anne Massey, B.S., community health, is a doctoral student at the University of Washington’s School of Public Health Department of Epidemiology. She also completed her Master of Public Health degree at UW and is a graduate research assistant at the Washington Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence. In 2020, she also worked in early COVID-19 response efforts as a member of the Department of Epidemiology’s SEAL Team (StudentEpidemic Action Leaders). Among her many other accomplishments, she was named 2022 Miss Seafair earlier this year.

Alix Prior - 2013

Alix Prior, B.A., human services, recently became the manager of the Ferndale Library.

Henry Jackson-Spieker - 2013

Henry Jackson-Spieker, B.F.A., art, who completed his MFA at Alfred University in New York, recently had a sculpture exhibited at the San Juan Island Museum of Art. Henry teaches glass blowing and bronze casting at Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle, was a selection panelist for public art at SeaTac International Airport in 2021, and was a juror for the 2022 City Artist program sponsored by the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture.

Ryan Hackler - 2014

Ryan Hackler, B.S., chemistry, and B.A., politics/philosophy/economics, is a postdoctoral appointee at the Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois, where he was admitted into Argonne’s Chain Reactions Innovation, a lab-embedded entrepreneurship program. Ryan, who completed his doctoral degree at Northwestern University in chemistry in 2019, and his business partner Robert Kennedy will collaborate with scientists at Argonne to commercialize and scale up technology they codeveloped to convert plastic waste into value-added chemicals and consumer products. They hope to take things like plastic bags and convert them to motor oils, detergents, waxes and other useful commodities.

Jordan Saravanja‐Recania - 2015

Jordan Saravanja‐Recania, B.A., communication studies, moved to Tokyo in 2016 and graduated from Kudan Institute of Japanese Language & Culture in 2017. Jordan taught English in Funabashi, Japan, from 2017‐2022 and achieved his dream of earning his first- and second- degree judo black belts from Kodokan Judo Institute in 2017 and 2020. This year, he moved back to his hometown of Federal Way and now works as a seasonal parks maintenance worker for the city of Federal Way.

Karley Thurston - 2015

Karley Thurston, B.A., economics/mathematics, is a Fellow in the U.S. Digital Corps, a new program launched by the White House in 2021 to bring early-career, civicminded technology professionals to serve the federal government. Karley, who completed her Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Michigan, is working with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on using data more effectively and securely.

Tennison S. Black - 2015

Tennison S. Black, B.A., creative writing and Fairhaven interdisciplinary concentration, was one of the winners of the National Poetry Series for “Survival Strategies,” a poetry collection that explores their experiences living in Arizona and Washington. Tennison won $10,000 and will see her manuscript published by University of Georgia Press in fall 2023.

Bryson Bellefeuille - 2015

Bryson Bellefeuille, B.S., toxicology, recently graduated from medical school at the University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine in San Antonio, Texas. Bryson and his wife Kathleen Bellefeuille, B.A., communication sciences and disorders, and their three children have returned to Washington for Bryson’s residency at Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton.

Kathleen Bellefeuille - 2015

Bryson Bellefeuille, B.S., toxicology, recently graduated from medical school at the University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine in San Antonio, Texas. Bryson and his wife Kathleen Bellefeuille, B.A., communication sciences and disorders, and their three children have returned to Washington for Bryson’s residency at Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton.

Jessica Andrews - 2015

Jessica Andrews, B.A., theatre, recently played Juliet in “Romeo and Juliet,” at the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival in Kansas City, Missouri. She completed her MFA in acting at the University of Missouri Kansas City.

Thomas Hunter - 2016

Thomas Hunter, B.A., environmental policy, became the assistant city manager of Pflugerville, Texas, northeast of Austin. Previously, he was director of Public Works and Utilities for the city of Port Angeles.

Catherine Shelton - 2016

Catherine Shelton, B.S., biochemistry, is a graduate student at Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Microbe-Host Interactions Ph.D. program and has been selected as the 2022 Vanderbilt Prize Student Scholar. In addition to a $1,000 cash prize, Catherine will be mentored by the recipient of the 2022 Vanderbilt Prize in Biomedical Science, Ruth Lehmann, a developmental geneticist and director of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Before graduate school at Vanderbilt, Catherine was a research assistant in the Tuberculosis Discovery Program at the Infectious Disease Research Institute in Seattle.

Tahlia Natachu - 2016

Tahlia Natachu, B.A., English literature, became the executive director of the Zuni Youth Enrichment Project in New Mexico, where she previously served as director of development and a youth development coordinator. Tahlia, who also earned a master’s in education from Portland State University, also taught language arts for two years in the Zuni school district.

Lorin Lindell - 2019

Lorin Lindell, B.A., communication studies and journalism – public relations, is the social media and PR specialist for Visit Bellingham Whatcom County and was a finalist in the Bellingham Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Top 7 Under 40 Whatcom Young Professionals 2022 Award.

Tris Anderson - 2020

Tris Anderson, B.A., journalism, recently became managing editor of both the Detroit Lakes Tribune and the Perham Focus in Minnesota. Previously, Tris worked at newspapers in Wahpeton, North Dakota, and Pierre, South Dakota.

Peter Condyles - 2020

Peter Condyles, B.A., history, was recently appointed to the Marysville City Council. Peter is also the president of the Marysville Historical Society, and chairs the Snohomish County Policy Advisory Board, which makes recommendations to the Snohomish County Council on funding related to housing and homelessness.

Erin Rosenkranz - 2020

Erin Rosenkranz, B.S., biochemistry and ’22, M.S. chemistry, now works in pharmaceutical sciences at Seagen, formerly Seattle Genetics, a biotech pioneer in cancer care. Erin is focusing on antibody- drug conjugates, which are engineered to target cancer cells directly while allowing other cells to remain as healthy as possible during whole-body treatment.

Chelsea Joefield - 2022

Chelsea Joefield, B.S., public health, recently became the club advisor and program manager for Western’s Ethnic Student Center. As a student, Chelsea was the coordinator of the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio and a web designer in the Digital Media Center.

Obituary

Amy Valentine - 1942

Amy Valentine, 95, a retired nurse and longtime volunteer for Camp Fire, on June 10, 2019, in Anacortes.

John Fenton - 1955

John Fenton, 90, a retired teacher, coach and vocational counselor in Washington state, on April 20, 2022.

Dwight Reynolds - 1956

Dwight Reynolds, 86, a retired educator who worked in France, Italy, Spain and the U.S., on July 20, 2018.

Shirleen Baker - 1958

Shirleen Baker, 85, a retired teacher, on Sept. 5, 2022.

Jeanette (Graham) Myers - 1960

Jeanette (Graham) Myers, a longtime resident of Bainbridge Island, on July 31, 2022, in Port Ludlow.

Douglas “Sam” Martin - 1961

Douglas “Sam” Martin, 84, a former varsity athlete in track, basketball and football and retired agricultural business consultant, on May 27, 2022, in Boise, Idaho.

Imogene Sanders - 1962

Imogene Sanders, 106, a retired teacher, community volunteer and fan of the performing arts, on May 24, 2022.

Harry Warren - 1963

Harry Warren, 90, on June 28, 2022.

Colin Lundell - 1963

Colin Lundell, 82, a retired purchasing manager for Multicare in Tacoma, on Aug. 10, 2022, in Methow.

Bruce Berry - 1964

Bruce Berry, 83, retired principal in the Ferndale School District, on July 27, 2022.

Evelyn Wiseman - 1968

The Rev. Evelyn Wiseman, 91, who taught at Western and elsewhere in the field of movement education, was ordained to the priesthood in 1985 and served many Anglican and Episcopal congregations in British Columbia, Scotland and England, on Jan. 8, 2022, in Surrey, England.

Steven Allen Gordon - 1969

Steven Allen Gordon, 75, a restauranteur and caterer, on May 26, 2022.

Maurice Frederick Jensen - 1971

Maurice Frederick Jensen, 74, on July 4, 2018.

Alice Spoelstra - 1972

Alice Spoelstra, 88, a retired teacher at Sumas Christian, Mount Baker School District, and Lynden Christian Schools, and an active church volunteer, on Feb. 5, 2022.

David Pedee - 1973

David Pedee, 71, retired from the telecommunications industry and a world-class fly fisherman, on July 17, 2022.

Linda Jean Boyd - 1974

Linda Jean Boyd, 70, who taught special education for 43 years in Port Angeles, on Sept. 1, 2022.

Joan Alice Bethel - 1976

Joan Alice Bethel, 85, who served many communities, from young mothers and disabled adults to hospital patients and people recovering from substance abuse, on March 30, 2022.

Carl Ellan Kelley - 1976

Carl Ellan Kelley, 78, on Jan. 30, 2019.

John Emil Whitman - 1977

John Emil Whitman, 68, retired teacher and coach in Darrington, Lake Stevens, Mount Vernon and Marysville, on July 3, 2022.

Patricia Kaye Baerny Roberts - 1977

Patricia Kaye Baerny Roberts, 69, who ran a dog-lodging business with her husband in Utah before retiring, on April 7, 2022.

Raymond Walter Blank Jr. - 1977

Raymond Walter Blank Jr., 74, a talented musician and retired music and math teacher in Bellingham Schools who later directed the North Cascade Concert Band, on May 16, 2022, in Mount Vernon.

Lee Anderson - 1977

Lee Anderson, 72, a retired, 40-year coach and teacher at Ferndale High School, on Aug. 19, 2022.

Joan Marie McIntyre - 1979

Joan Marie McIntyre, 88, on Aug. 1, 2022, in Bellingham.

Kathy (Zakarison) Snyder - 1981

Kathy (Zakarison) Snyder, 63, a graphic artist, talented photographer, and world-traveling scuba diver, on Aug. 7, 2022, in Colorado.

Michael D’Hondt - 1983

Michael D’Hondt, 64, a retired teacher at Happy Valley Elementary School and coach at Whatcom Middle School, on June 26, 2022, in Bellingham.

Michael F. Adams - 1988

Michael F. Adams, 59, a conservationist, ethical shellfish farmer, and former commissioner for the Bainbridge Fire Department, on July 4, 2022.

Cameron Johnson - 1990

Cameron Johnson, 54, who was an insurance underwriter, November 26, 2021.

Chris Carver - 1990

Chris Carver, 64, who worked in healthcare, on Aug. 20, 2022.

Nicole Renee Hurtubise - 1994

Nicole Renee Hurtubise, 58, on July 1, 2022.

Kristina Anne Brown - 1996

Kristina Anne Brown, 47, who worked in marketing, on March 1, 2022.

Daniel Arriola - 1998

Daniel Arriola, 48, who worked in IT with Hyphen Solutions, on June 18, 2022.

Elvajean Flores Duenas - 1998

Elvajean Flores Duenas, 46, who had a passion for running and cooking, on July 12, 2022.

Jennifer Ramona Wallen - 2002

Jennifer Ramona Wallen, 56, an educator who worked within the greater urban Indigenous community as an activist and cultural educator, on May 29, 2020.

Cameron Lansberry - 2003

Cameron Lansberry, 42, on July 20, 2022.

Kristine Hertzog Desgroseillier - 2004

Kristine Hertzog Desgroseillier, 46, who worked in land restoration and community projects, with the U.S. Forest Service and conservation districts, on June 7, 2022, in Wenatchee.

Christopher Keefe - 2010

Christopher Keefe, 41, a cook and musician in Bellingham, on May 25, 2022.

Matthew Mikos - 2011

Matthew Mikos, 38, a manufacturing engineer at Janicki Industries, on May 23, 2022.

Mehrdad Brian Baldwin - 2015

Mehrdad Brian Baldwin, 38, a resident of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on March 12, 2022.

Herbert Brown - FAC

Herbert Brown, 82, professor emeritus of biology who taught for 39 years and served on the Sehome Arboretum Board, on May 28, 2022, in Bellingham. He had a deep love of the natural world and once found and photographed the Phantom Orchid on Sehome Hill, a lucky find since the orchid sometimes goes into remission for 17 years after blooming.

Karen Bradley - FAC

Karen Bradley, 66, a retired longtime chair of Western’s Sociology Department, on July 29, 2022.

Robert Jewett - FAC

Robert Jewett, 84, a retired, 40-year mathematics professor who helped develop the Hales-Jewett theorem, on July 30, 2022. Dr. Jewett’s research interests included harmonic analysis, ergodic theory, differential equations and combinatronics.

Marjorie Donker - FAC

Marjorie Donker, 95, professor emeritus of English who taught at Western from 1967 to 1995, on Jan. 16, 2022. She also completed her bachelor’s degree at Western in 1964.

Holli Brawley - STFF

Holli Brawley, 45, a control technician who had worked at Western since 2014, on March 31, 2022. Her colleagues in Facilities Management created the Holli Brawley Memorial Scholarship for Women in the Trades at Bellingham Technical College.

James E. Shaw - STFF

James E. Shaw, 79, retired chief of University Police, on June 28, 2022.

Cheryl Mathison - STFF

Cheryl Mathison, 66, a program coordinator who worked in teacher education at Woodring College of Education, on Aug. 26, 2022. She also served as Public School Employees of Washington Local Union president, and earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Western.

Del Hubbard - STFF

Del Hubbard, 85, a retired systems controller, on July 25, 2022, in Bellingham.

David Burden - STFF

David Burden, 77, a retired custodian with passions for woodworking, model trains and traveling, on June 7, 2022.

Wedding

Carl Allen - 2005

Carl Allen, ’05, B.A., communication, and Jonelle Schermerhorn, on Aug. 26, 2022, at Fort Casey.

Lucas Nardella - 2012

Jaime Liljegren, ‘12, B.S., environmental science – marine ecology, and Lucas Nardella, ‘12, B.A., philosophy, on July 30, 2022, in Bellingham.

Jaime Liljegren - 2012

Jaime Liljegren, ‘12, B.S., environmental science – marine ecology, and Lucas Nardella, ‘12, B.A., philosophy, on July 30, 2022, in Bellingham.

Jon Fedele - 2016

Jon Fedele, ‘16, B.A., philosophy, and Kaylee McElroy, ‘17, B.A., communication sciences and disorders and linguistics, and ‘20, M.A., speech language pathology, on April 30, 2022, in Tacoma.

Kaylee McElroy - 2017

Jon Fedele, ‘16, B.A., philosophy, and Kaylee McElroy, ‘17, B.A., communication sciences and disorders and linguistics, and ‘20, M.A., speech language pathology, on April 30, 2022, in Tacoma.