Thomas McElroy '97
Portland, Oregon. B.A. political science. Occupation: law student, Lewis & Clark College Northwestern School of Law.

Janan Abdo Stoll '78

Portland, Oregon. B.A. history- literature. Occupation: investigator, federal public defender. Reed-related activities: dorm associate, 1989 reunion volunteer, Portland chapter volunteer, organized 1993 dorm reunion, children's holiday party committee member, alumni board member 1995-97.

Bill Hohengarten '84
Washington, D.C. B.A. history. Class of '21 award winner. Ph.D., philosophy, Northwestern University, 1991. J.D., Yale Law School, 1994. Occupation: attorney, Jenner & Block.

Debbie Guyol '68
Portland, Oregon. B.A., English. J.D., University of Southern California. Occupation: self-employed lawyer, author of The Complete Guide to Contract Lawyering. Former employment: associate at Ball Janik, L.L.P. Reed-related activities: admission alumni volunteer, participant in Reed gardening events, 1998 reunion committee chair.

Carlos de la Huerga '73

Milwaukee, Wisconsin. B.A. mathematics. Occupation: president, Telaric, Inc. (development and licensing of internet and other medical technology). Community activities: past president of Wisconsin Area Research Managers. Reed-related activities: member of Technology Advisory Council.

In all offices for which there is only one nominee on February 15, the nominee shall be considered elected as of that date, except that the alumni trustee nomination must be approved by the board of trustees.

Additional nominations for each vacant position may be submitted by petition from the membership. Said petitions must contain the name and a brief biographical sketch of the nominee, the office to be filled, and the signatures of 50 or more members of the association. Petitions must be received in the alumni office on or before February 15.

Alumni association calendar

December 11 Holiday party, campus
December 12 Children's holiday party, campus
February 4-5 Alumni board meeting, campus

Call for alumni award nominations

The alumni board invites nominations for awards to alumni volunteers who have made outstanding contributions to the college through their volunteer efforts. Non-alumni community volunteers are also eligible for the outstanding volunteer award.

The deadline for submissions is December 11. Submit nominations in writing to the alumni board via the alumni relations office. You can also email nominations to alumni@ For more information, please call Marianne Brogan '84, director of alumni relations, at 503/777-7593.

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