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In Memoriam S

. Gorham Babson died Sept. 5. He was a nonresident member who joined the club in 1977. Babson was born in Portland in 1912,

and grew up in the Upper Hood River Valley. He received his medical degree from University of Oregon in 1936 and continued pediatric training at Columbia Presbyterian Babies Hospital in New York City and at Stanford Medical Center. From 1961 until his retirement, Babson

worked at Doernbecher Hospital for Children, where he developed the Neonatal Intensive Care Center that he directed from 1968 to 1977. He co-authored one of the first textbooks on high-risk pregnancy and the intensive care of the neonate. Survivors include his daughters, Anne

Anderson, Bonnie Hero, Sydney Blaine, Jane Babson and Barbara Babson; 12 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Ruth Elizabeth Lambert, and his granddaughter Hillary Dobbin.

Lawrence E. Caldwell Jr. died Sept. 7.

He was a senior family member who joined the club in 2001. Caldwell was born in 1933. After graduating from Washington High School in 1952, he served two years in the U.S. Army’s 88th Reconnaissance Company. In 1960, he became the first African American graduate of Oregon State University’s College of Pharmacy, where he earned a bachelor of science degree and the Kilmer Prize for research in pharmacognosy. In 1971, Caldwell opened the Portland Center for Pharmacy, which he oper- ated for nearly 15 years, in downtown Portland. He managed numerous pharma- cies throughout his career. He finished his career in 2003 as a staff pharmacist at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center’s outpatient pharmacy. From 1972 to the mid-1980s, Caldwell

served as an appointee to several boards of directors, including the Portland Rose Festival Association. He was also a member of the Bosco-Milligan Foundation’s community history committee. Survivors include his wife, Donna; chil-

dren, Lawrence E. Caldwell III and Kristen Del Caldwell; brother, Gerald; sisters,

Survivors include her daughters, Lynda

Rebecca Rodgers and Alcena Boozer; and two grandchildren. Marilyn Gunsul died Sept. 11. She

was a senior family preferred member who joined the club in 1974. Marilyn Thompson was born in 1931.

She graduated from West Seattle High School and attended Washington State University. She was active with the League of Women Voters, followed by a four-year term on the Portland Metropolitan Area Local Government Boundary Commission during the inception of Oregon’s Land Conservation and Development Laws in 1973. She then served for 12 years as one of the original rape victim advocates for the Multnomah County Justice System. Survivors include her husband, Brooks;

children, Robin Reese, Karen Gunsul, David Gunsul and Jana Welschmeyer; seven grandchildren; and one great-grand- child.

Larry M. Arpan died Sept. 13. He was

a senior family preferred member who joined the club in 1974. Arpan was born in Spearfish, S.D., in

1941. After graduating from Billings Senior High School, he received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from University of Denver. For many years, Arpan was an executive in the banking industry, then formed his own company, West Coast Equity, in 1990. Survivors include his wife, Roberta;

son, Scott; daughter, Laura Lilliebjerg; four grandchildren; and stepfather, Miles Schindele.

Bette R. Nelson died Sept. 14. She was

a senior preferred member who joined the club in 1977. Nelson was born in Oregon City in

1933. She graduated from Oregon City High School in 1951, then attended Oregon State University and received a bachelor’s degree in women’s studies. She retired after 40 years in the medical field as an office manager for an ophthalmologist. Nelson served as a volunteer 4-H leader

for many years. She was also involved with the Oregon State Alumni Association and the Scandinavian Heritage Foundation, and she was a member of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church.

McDermott and Karen Wheeler; son, Victor; brother, Jack Davis; and two grand- children.

Anna Sue Mercer died Sept. 17. She

was a courtesy member who joined the club in 1958.

Anna Sue Utterback was born in Perry,

Mo., in 1922. She attended Christian College and University of Missouri. Mercer was a member of Westminster

Presbyterian Church, and was active in the Red Tail and Meriwether OWLS women’s golf groups.

Survivors include her daughter, Karen

Keep; son, Ross; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert. Janice J. Schuette died Sept. 18. She

was a senior family preferred member who joined the club in 1984.

Janice Jamison was born in Redmond in

1926. She graduated from Wenatchee High School in 1943 and received a bachelor’s degree in economics from University of Washington in 1949. At age 18, she worked in Panama for two years. She worked for 27 years with Moore Dry Kiln, and 12 years with Wellons, Inc. She retired in 1992. Schuette was a member of Tualatin Golf Club and the American Society of Women Accountants. She also served on commit- tees for the Columbia Gorge Women’s Forum. Survivors include her husband, Hank; children, Wally and Nancy; and two grand- children.

Multnomah Athletic Foundation remembrances

(honoring the names in bold) Ellen Miller

John and Frances Krippaehne Frank Ierulli

Anne and John Collins Joe Loprinzi Greg Houser Dr. Robert Pamplin Mike Selleck

Brad Turner

George and Molly Spencer Don A. Miller

Anne and John Collins Edward L. Caldwell Chuck and Bev Dimon For more information on MAF, call 503-223-6251, ext. 350. WM

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