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•   David McFadden (1968)  1/30
•   David Erickson (1968)  8/29
•   Matthew Cavanaugh (1968)  3/16
•   Cabe Silverhame (1966)  3/9
•   Patricia Ohlund (1968)  3/9
•   Tim Brophy (1968)  3/9
•   Brian Kellington (Kelllington) (1966)  3/1
•   Byron Morris (Morris) (1966)  1/14
•   Kile Ozier (Kile Ozier) (1968)  11/4
•   Steven Damewood (1966)  9/1
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8 live in Arizona
23 live in California
1 lives in District Of Columbia
1 lives in Florida
2 live in Hawaii
1 lives in Idaho
1 lives in Iowa
1 lives in Kansas
3 live in Maryland
2 live in Massachusetts
2 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Missouri
3 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
101 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
3 live in Texas
5 live in Virginia
24 live in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
1 lives in Alberta
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in Japan
1 lives in Northern Mariana Islands
1 lives in United Kingdom
1 lives in Viet Nam
400 location unknown


•   Keith Spencer (1968)  7/14
•   Gordon Tomlin (1966)  7/20
•   Tricia (Trish) Walker (Kraemer) (1966)  8/1
•   Wayne Bohannon (1968)  8/8
•   Ann Long (McGill) (1966)  8/10
•   Lynn Samuels (1966)  8/10
•   Ulys Stapleton (1966)  8/11


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March 12, 1931 - November 8, 2021

Bob Casebeer, mentor and intellectual provocateur of our Promethean community, left his earthly existence on the morning of November 8. He died peacefully at home in his sleep, as befits a man of letters with an amazingly capacious mind. In fact, this is the same day that John Milton shed his mortal coil in 1674, a coincidence that Bob would’ve appreciated, I think. The often expressed and sometimes rhetorically used sentiment that he touched the lives of so many in so many positive ways is actually totally true in Uncle Bob’s case. We’ll always have within us a bit of his curiosity and gentle prodding to take a deeper look at the world, for the rest of our own lives.

Thank you and vale, Bob.


If you’d like to send a message to Bob’s family, his daughter Kim has graciously provided contact information below and told us all communications will be shared with the rest of the family.  If you wish to submit a message or reminiscence to post here, please select the ‘Contact Us’ link at left and I’ll post it on this page.

Kim Salas


Mail: 6857 Rapp Lane / Talent OR 97540