Previous editions of the Alumni Post, and how to nominate a distinguished alum for recognition is found below.
“The doorstep to the temple of wisdom is knowledge of our own ignorance.”
- 2013 Fall – Winter Alumni Post
- 2013 Holiday Alumni Post
- 2014 Spring Alumni Post
- 2014 Fall Alumni Post
- Spring, 2016 Alumni Post
Spring, 2017 Alumni Post final
Fall Alumni Post, 2017
Distinguished Alumni Order of the Kite Recipients
Honored May 2011
Claire (Snyder) Phillips, 1926. After husband was killed in a Japanese prison camp, Phillips became an American spy in the Philippines and World War II hero. Her experiences are self-described in the autobiography Manila Espionage.
Johnnie Ray, 1946 – pop singer. Famous for song “Little Cloud that Cried.”
Douglas Engelbart, 1942 – Inventor of the computer mouse during the early 60’s while at Stanford Research Institute. Stanford kept the patent.
Honored May 2012
John Hilsenteger, 1957 – Dedication to FHS and his accomplishments as a newspaper Sports Writer
Lucille (Cole) Davis, 1950 – Contributions to the Alumni Association
Carl Diez, 1938 – Member of the Tuskegee Airman, the first and only all-black military aviators (pilots and ground crew,) who fought in Europe during WWII.
Honored May 2013
Howard (Hobby) Hobson, 1922 – Contributions to University of Oregon basketball. Coached the Oregon Webfoots, nicknamed the “Tall Firs,” to win the first ever NCAA national basketball championship in 1939.
Justice Jack Landau, 1971 – Presiding Judge on the Oregon Court of Appeals
Pam Knuth, 1975 – Contributions to the Alumni Association
Honored June 2014
Joyce Gago, 1954 – Dedication to FHS and contributions to the Alumni Association
James Aalberg, 1967 – Donations and support of the Alumni Association
Honored May 2016
Janette (Entrikin) Sprando, 1951 – Founding Member; Serves as Board Secretary
Dave Evans, 1955 – Founding Member; Serves as Sgt at Arms
Mal Watt, 1950 – Founding Member; Leadership through service
Vi Watt, LHS – Founding Member; Serves as Consultant to the Board