Class Notes, Fall 2012

Clark Peters 1965

Clark Peters 1965

 
Clark Peters ’65, MSEd ’70 receives the 2012 Pacific University Outstanding Alumni Service Award for his years of service to public education in Oregon and his ongoing support of Pacific University’s speech and education programs.

Irv Zemrau 1962

Irv Zemrau 1962

Irv Zemrau ’62, O.D. ’63 receives the 2012 Pacific University Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award for his years as an optometrist, community volunteer and advocate for people diagnosed with schizophrenia and their families.

 

Lynn Meredith 1944

 
Lynn Meredith ’44 posthumously receives the 2012 Pacific University Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award for his service in World War II and his 32 years protecting presidents in the U.S. Secret Service. He died in 2009 at the age of 84.

P.J. Pitts 2009

P.J. Pitts 2009

 
P.J. Pitts, Pharm.D. ’09 receives the 2012 Pacific University Young Alumni Leadership Award for her work to provide triage and long-term health care in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake.

General Comments

Amy Abel '96

Amy Abel '96

Amy Abel married Jaison Krueger on June 21, 2014.

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Michael Judkins '97, OD '99

Michael Judkins ’97, OD ’99 was named Optometrist of the Year by the Utah Optometric Association in June. A native of Layton, Utah, he served on the UOA board for several years and was instrumental in launching the InfantSee and Healthy Eyes, Health People public health campaigns in Utah. He served as president of the UOA in 2009-2010 and was awarded the Young Optometrist of the Year in 2004. He practices at Promontory Family Vision in South Ogden, Utah. He also provides optometric services in several skilled nursing homes and low vision services for the Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind.

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Jessica (Harris) Adamson '99

Jessica (Harris) Adamson is the director of government relations for Providence Health and Services in Oregon.

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Brad Day '00

Brad Day and his wife, Katie, welcomed daughter Charlie Grace in July 2014.

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Tawnya Lubbes '00

Tawnya Lubbes is an assistant professor of education at Eastern Oregon University in La Grande. She recently was the primary investigator on a $198,000 grant from the Oregon Department of Education to create the Center for Culturally Responsive Practices. She also contributed a chapter, “From Do as We Say to Do as We [Digitally] Do; Modeling the Implementation of the Common Core,” in the book The Next Digital Scholar, published in 2014.

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Gail Wootan '00

Gail Wootan is the assistant director for Evergreen State College’s graduate program on the environment in Olympia, Wash.

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Kyle Bunting '01, MAT '04

Kyle Bunting ’01, MAT ’04 and his wife, Jill, welcomed Lucy Amanda Bunting on July 2, 2014.

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