Class of 1964
The date is set for your 50th reunion!
The plans are still coming together for the events during the weekend, but we do know that there will be a class dinner on Friday night and then a fun family-friendly BBQ on Saturday with lots of options throughout the day from campus tours, department open houses, athletic games, Zena Forest and Farm tour, museum tours, opportunities to visit the archives, Greek open houses, and much more. You won't want to miss it!
A room block has been set up at the Grand Hotel and information about how to make your reservation can be found on the right side of this web page.
Have questions or what to help? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Class of '64 Bio BookAs part of your Reunion the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations compiles a book of biographies for everyone in the class -- you'll receive a hardcopy at Alumni Weekend.
The Willamette Archive, part of the Hatfield Library, unveiled a new website last year containing recorded Glee songs from many years across the last century.
See the rest of the Glee collection. You can navigate between videos, photos, programs and more by using the headings at the top of the table.
1964 Scholarship Fund
The Class of '64 is working to raise money for an endowment dedicated to faculty travel, conference registration, publishing, CD production, and small equipment (among other possibilities) that would provide budgetary relief and greater financial predictability and stability for faculty research and creative projects. As of Nov. 9 the class has raised $263,460!
1964 Class Committee
- Lynda (Lee) Bush
- Bob Depew
- Clarence Pugh
- Carol (McMurtry) Nelson
- Mike Durrell
- Mary Ann (Pagland) Colburn
- Gary Gilbertson
- Greg Nelson
- Bill Lang
- Cathy (Campbell) Tindle
- Don Lorenzen
- Ron Gustafson
- Jim Booth
- Troy "Corky" (Demler) Sheffield
- Barbara (Woodworth) Saigo
- Patti (Hull) Cavender
- Al Frost
- Fred Fogg
Looking for a classmate? Sign in to The Compass and use the directory to reconnect with your peers.
It Happened in 1964...
- Cost of a first-class stamp: $.05
- Congress approves Gulf of Tonkin Resolution after North Vietnamese torpedo boats allegedly attack US destroyers
- The Beatles appear on The Ed Sullivan Show.
- Nelson Mandela sentenced to life imprisonment in South Africa