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CodyandRachel-weddingSuzannah Moore, ’08, ’09, ’10, married Patrick Hemann on July 28, 2018 in La Grande, Ore. Suzannah serves on the EOU Foundation Board of Directors and was recently appointed Executive Director of the Union County Chamber of Commerce.
Natalie Elizabeth Hattrup married Jaymon Burns Udy, ’10, on August 11, 2018 near Genesee, Idaho.
Cody Paulson, ’15 married Rachel Wiley, ’15, on August 12, 2018 in Issaquah, Wash.

Derek Kruse and Connie (Nelson) Kruse, ’99, welcomed Hanna Grace Kruse on Oct. 18, 2018 in Oregon City.

Norm Berney, ’68, and Craig Woodward, ’69, have been inducted into the national wrestling Hall of Fame.Skye Fitzgerald Oscars
Dr. John Nightingale, ’70,recognized with the Humane Hero Award for lifelong dedication ocean conservation work, research and public education.
Skye Fitzgerald’s, ’93, film “Lifeboat” was nominated for the Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject. Learn more about his walk on the red carpet at eou.edu/alumni.
Linda Gray McKean, ’03, and Tom Diamond (Emeritus) featured at Crossroads Carnegie Art Center in Baker City, Ore.



Robert “Bob” Terry, ’50, died peacefully at home on Sept. 1, 2018, at the age of 91. He was born in Pine Bluff, Ark., but his grandmother raised him in La Grande. Terry served in the Navy during WWII and returned to Oregon with a football scholarship to the University of Oregon. In the 1940s African-Americans could not live in the dormitories, so he returned to La Grande to live with his grandmother and attend EOU.
The first African-American man to teach in the Seattle School District, he eventually served as the President of Seattle Central Community College and Chancellor of the Seattle Community College System. Many young people in the Mt. Baker neighborhood viewed him as a role model and learned a deep sense of community and responsibility from him.


Gerald R. Bradshaw
Paul Bruncke
Cristoph Brudi
John Wayne Jambura


Kenneth Lilly, ’48
Della Jean Burgess, ’49

Robert Terry, ’50
Eugene D. Fox, ’51
Burl I. Green, ’54
Col. John Wayne Jambura, Ph.D, ’59

Robert F. Holznagel, ’60
Harry E. Trump, ’60
Larry G. Miller, ’64
Howard Waterman, ’65
Leah J. Conner, ’66
Edwin W. Hug, ’66
Donald R. Albert, ’67
George D. Patterson, ’69

Francis X. Miller, ’72
Beverly A. Haynes, ’73
Loren W. White, ’73
Thomas I. Rush, ’75
Julianne E. Colby, ’76
Jeffrey S. Jenkins, ’76

Joni L. Campbell, ’82
Jeffrey A. Green, ’82
Barbara M. Tipton, ’86
Rita L. Fisher, ’88
Donald R. Harvey, ’88

Mary C. Janke, ’99