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CLARENCE (CHUCK) F. SEELIGER, ’63, has served four years as a State Court Judge and 28 years as a Superior Court Judge in DeKalb County, a suburb of Atlanta. He is known for his work in domestic violence and civil rights.

FREDERICK SPRINGSTEEL, ’64, ’67, a President’s Club member since 2005, returned to Washington after spending time as a professor in Maine, Missouri, Prague and Germany.

LAWRENCE MATSUDA, ’67, ’73, ’78, is a trustee of the Cornish College of the Arts Board of Trustees. He is a former president of the UW Alumni Association Board of Trustees.


GAYLORD REAGAN, ’70, ’71, earned his defense industry employer’s certification as a Systems Engineer, and manages a federal customer’s project in Washington, D.C.

DOROTHY O. MOFFAT, ’73, spent 23 years teaching middle and elementary school in the Mukilteo School District.

DEBORAH K. BURKE LARSON, ’77, is a member of the Executive Board of Directors for Bellevue LifeSpring, a program helping those in need.


JANET BRYANT, ’87, who works for the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, has been named a 2011 Fellow of the American Chemical Society.

KAYLA MOHAMMADI, ’87, ’98, had a solo painting show at the Caldbeck Gallery in Rockland, Me. She also had shows in Portland, Me., and St. Petersburg, Fla., this past autumn.


GENICE DORROUGH LEE, ’91, has been elected president of the Washington, D.C., chapter of the American Society of Appraisers.

MATT FITZGIBBONS, ’94, a grad of the College of Engineering, was promoted to principal and owner of Proctor Sales Inc., a manufacturer’s representative firm based in Lynnwood.

ERIC LUND, ’94, who works at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, has earned the Certified Licensing Professional credential, recognizing his proficiency in licensing and commercialization of intellectual property.

KUMBIRAI KHOSA, ’98, is serving as a Peace Corps education volunteer in Jordan.


MELISSA “MISSY” HOLLAND, ’03, was promoted to associate at the NAC Architecture office in Spokane. She is an architect specializing in construction administration, focusing primarily on K-12 projects.

MARK MITSUI, ’03, president of North Seattle Community College, has been appointed chair of the Asian Pacific Islander American Association of Colleges and Universities Board of Directors.

ADRIAN BUCHER, ’05, who graduated from the UW with a degree in business administration, and her husband, Micah, welcomed a son, Matthew Ryan Bucher, on July 19.

KATRINA C. MOFFETT, ’07, recently completed a six-day deperming evolution for the USS New Orleans, a process that camouflages the ship against magnetic detection vessels and enemy marine mines, and is a key element in preparation for the ship’s future missions.

WHITNEY ROGERS, ’10, has been accepted into AmeriCorps NCCC, a program under the federal agency Corporation for National and Community Service.