’03
,
M.A.T.
’04
,
served as an
attendant, and Allison’s sons,
Rohan and Odin Kalalau, were
ring bearers. Bergen earned her
master’s at Eastern Washington
University and began teaching
English-as-a-second language at
the University of Idaho in Mos-
cow in June. John is earning
his doctorate in crop science at
Washington State University in
Pullman.
Tanya Rogers
is a research
assistant at Florida State Uni-
versity in the Department of
Biological Science. She works
primarily on the collaborative
study of oyster biogeography
and ecosystem processes.
(
Which you can read about on
WFSU’s In the Grass, On the
Reef blog; Tanya is the author.)
She has done undergraduate
research at UC Davis Bodega
Marine Laboratory and at the
University of Washington Col-
lege of the Environment’s Fri-
day Harbor Laboratories. Tanya
is interested in marine commu-
nity ecology and conservation,
as well as natural history and
scientific illustration. She plans
to start graduate school in the
next couple of years.
We learned from the Washing-
ton Wild website that
Fallon
Boyle
was one of the organiza-
tion’s three summer interns this
year. Washington Wild works
to protect and restore habitat
in Washington state through
advocacy, education, and civic
engagement. Since graduation
Fallon has worked at the YMCA
in youth outdoor leadership.
The United Methodist News
Service featured
Nico Romeijn-
Stout
s work with Operation
Purple, a United Methodist pro-
gram for children of deployed
soldiers. He is a first-year Mas-
ter of Divinity student at Boston
University School of Theology.
Nico has been involved in
ministry with military families
through the Pacific Northwest
Conference Lazy F Camp,
which has partnered with the
National Military Family Asso-
ciation for the past six years.
Rebecca Short
is a Master
of Divinity student at Starr
King School for the Ministry in
Berkeley, Calif. She expects to
graduate in 2016.
HannahWhisler
headed to
the Mississippi Delta right after
graduation to train as a Teach
For America corps member.
She attended summer classes
at Delta State University in
Mississippi and began teaching
high school math in Stuttgart,
Ark., this fall.
Join us for a One [of a Kind]
Evening in your city! Next
stops on our national tour:
Honolulu —March 29, 2014
Portland —Autumn 2014
Los Angeles —Autumn 2014
SNAPS FROMTHE EVENTS (this page, below), caught
by roving photographer Ross Mulhausen, from upper
left:TracyThorpe, Courtney Covington ’12, and Helen
Shears ’12; Charlie Roe ’53, P’79 and Marilyn Roe
P’79; Sean Snydar ’93, P’17 and wife Amy Logan P’17;
university trustee Lyle Quasim ’70, Hon.’05; Chantal
Olsen ’13 and Molly Darrow ’12; Kevin Donnelly P’17
and Karen Rathe P’17; Marcus Rudd ’12 and Chris
McDonald ’13; Kristine Morris ’12; Rainier Aliment ’10
and Deb Bachman Crawford ’80.
INTHE LINE-UP (from left)
Seattle:
Brynn Blickenstaff
’12,
D.P.T.’16; Grace Reid ’13; Devin Fields ’12;Theresa
Henle ’12; Kristine Morris ’12; Kati Chan ’12; Shannon
Hughes ’92; Peter Krause; LindyThomas; Phil
Willingham ’71; Heather Herrod Doran ’04; Andrew
Doran; Matt Hoffman ’08; Nani Vishwanath ’09;
Scott Gilbert; Deborah Read M.O.T.’99; Gail and Bill
Weyerhaeuser.
Tacoma:
Suzy and Bob Reynolds ’63;
Jamilia Sherls ’05; Georgette Carter-Sherls; Ashley
Agcaoili ’15; Katy Ainslie ‘15; LindaWallis Lamb
’70;
George Lamb ’70; Marcia Campbell ’75; Clare
Elizabeth; Babe Lyon Lehrer ’42; Robin Macnofsky;
Chi and David Cook M.B.A.’83; PrestonVan Buren ’13;
Chandler Fox ’12; Martha Oberst ’70,’74; Harlan Sethe
’52;
Jessica Johnson ’05, D.P.T.’07.