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  • February 1
    Hideo Nagura epitomizes the dedication and determination of Lewis & Clark’s brightest students. A transfer student, he entered Lewis & Clark through ISALC, the Institute for the Study of American Language and Culture. He earned his bachelor’s degree in international affairs in 1988.
  • February 1



  • Kristin Jouppe Shipman BA ’88 lives on a little farm outside of Hillsboro, Oregon. After the birth of her second child, she stopped working outside of the home to raise and home-school her five children. She is now reaping the rewards of her hard work by enjoying the accomplishments of her children, including her two grandchildren.

  • Erin Waterman BA ’88 is a freelance transcriber for TV and media productions. Her love of lifelong learning has compelled her to explore ways to use her transcriptions skills to assist students with sensory processing disabilities participate in university classrooms. Waterman’s College Outdoors experiences planted the “seed” to write Naturography: Exercises to Waken Our Senses and Reconnect Us to Nature (CreateSpace, 2014).

  • Richard Rizk JD ’88, founder of Rizk Law, PC, was named president of the South Portland Business Association in June 2018. He is also general counsel of the Cascade Ski Club. Rizk Law PC is a plaintiff’s personal injury and insurance claim law firm representing everyday people from its offices in the John’s Landing Building near Macadam Avenue in Southwest Portland.          

  • Greg Lakin JD ’88 was named chief medical officer for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment by Governor Sam Brownback, effective January 8, 2018. Lakin has spent his career working in the field of medicine, caring for people of all age groups as a family practitioner, as well as in emergency medicine, skilled nursing, and long-term care, and with patients suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. He currently serves as the medical director for Valley Hope Rehabilitation Center. Lakin earned a medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1998.

  • Michael Robinson JD ’88, a 25-year land use veteran, joined Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt’s real estate and construction industry group. Robinson focuses on obtaining land use approvals and highway access permits for a diverse client portfolio including developers and general contractors. He can be reached at 503-796-3756 and His office is located at 1211 S.W. Fifth Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97204.

  • Mary Dakin BA ’88 visited campus in December 2017 for the college’s holiday reception and is on the planning team for the class of 1988 reunion. She is looking forward to seeing her classmates at Alumni Weekend in June.

  • Teresa Pacelli-Dill BS ’88 and Robert Dill BS ’78, June 2016.

  • Catherine Johnson-Ference BA ’88 tells us that she and her husband moped just a bit once they found themselves with an empty nest this past fall. However, she figured out that she now has even more energy for her work with seventh graders through WriterCoach Connection and for things like Lewis & Clark’s upcoming sesquicentennial celebration. She hopes to see many of her old classmates and friends at Alumni Weekend in June.

  • Doug Lee BA ’68, JD ’88 retired in 2015 after 46 years of teaching. He has two adult sons, but no grandkids yet. Currently, Lee teaches part time at the University of California at Berkeley. He has submitted book manuscripts on Chinese history to a publisher.

  • Teresa Pacelli-Dill BS ’88 transitioned into a national practice at insurance brokerage USI in 2017. She works toward helping clients create a safe and healthy environment for their workers.

  • Sydney Freitas Dickerson BA ’88, MEd ’89 has lived in Honolulu since graduation. At Kapi’olani Community College, she works on a federally funded grant project that supports native Hawai‘ian students in career and technical fields.

  • Jay Hernandez BA ’88, MAT ’04 lives in Houston. He just started his own business buying and selling cars as an international broker. He helps individual shoppers as well.

  • Was appointed U.S. magistrate judge in Eugene, Oregon, on February 25, 2016, following the retirement of the Honorable Thomas M. Coffin. Russo has served as a staff attorney and senior staff attorney for the District of Oregon since 1988. Since 2004, she has been an adjunct assistant professor at both the University of Oregon School of Law and Lewis & Clark Law School. Russo served 10 years as a Citizen Review Board Panel chair for the Oregon Supreme Court and is an active member of the U.S. District Court, District of Oregon, Local Rules Advisory Committee; the Federal Criminal Procedure and Practice Committee; and the Federal Bar Association.

  • Was named in the 2015 issue of Oregon Super Lawyers magazine for his work in personal injury defense. Kraemer is with Hart Wagner.

  • Was recognized by the Oregon Commission for Women with the Annual Oregon Women of Achievement Award. Tanner is the presiding magistrate of the Oregon Tax Court, where she has served since 1997.

  • Was named a 2015 Best Lawyer for his work in medical malpractice law.

  • Was featured in “Changing Lives for the Better” in the fall 2013 Advocate Magazine.

  • With Garry Kahn ’62, moved the firm Kahn & Kahn to the Loyalty Building at 317 S.W. Alder Street in Portland.

  • Class of '88, Time to Represent Or at least get some free CLE credit
  • Looking forward to it.
  • Vasanthan Aravindha Brodie '88 (Sri-Lankan but now live in Toronto Canada)
  • Looking forward to seeing at least some of my Delta House classmates!
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