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Class of 1984



Dr. Patricia Rothwell, Seattle: My daughter, Alexandra, married Tim Kelly this summer. My son, Barrett, walked her down the aisle. (Spring 2015)


Dr. Patricia Rothwell: Mark Drangsholt and I are serving on the Dean’s Club Board this year and we’re hoping you all will donate $1,000 to the School so that the dinner in April will be a class reunion! Please! We aren’t above begging you! (Spring 2011)


Dr. Kerry S. Ishihara, Wahiawa, Hawaii: The Class of 1984 reunion dinner took place at Willows Restaurant in conjunction with the ADA Annual Session in Hawaii (25th class reunion celebration). A good time was had by all who attended, and we now look forward to our 30th. (Spring 2010)

Dr. Thomas R. Quickstad, Bellevue, Wash.: Thank you to Kerry Ishihara for putting on the 25th reunion dinner and golf outing in Hawaii. He was a great host! (Spring 2010)


Dr. Irene F. Hunter, Olympia, Wash.: Glen and I are recent grandparents and pretty excited about it. Our granddaughter Eliana was born Oct. 22, 2008 and is happy, healthy and of course perfect. Glen retires this year after 32 years of teaching. I, however, am not quite ready to give it up. We expect to take a bit more time away traveling and sailing, but I plan to practice a few more years. (Spring 2009)


On June 13th over 40 members and spouses from the class of 1984 gathered at Daniel’s Broiler in Bellevue.  We had classmates come from as far as Florida and Hawaii to reminisce and create new memories.  It was a great evening and we were fortunate to be invited by Mark Drangsholt and his wife, Heather Woloshyn, to continue the celebration at their home the following day.  Everyone had such a good time we are already planning for another event!  It was great to see everyone again! (Fall 2014)

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Mark Taylor

Dr. Mark Taylor passed away unexpectedly on Sept.17, 2017 in Seattle. He was 61.

Dr. Taylor was born in Preston, Idaho, in 1956 and was raised in Auburn, Wash. He had a dental practice in Seattle’s Madison Park neighborhood. He enjoyed traveling and loved animals, especially dogs and cats.

He is survived by his wife, Vicky; mother and stepfather Anna and Ray Viola of Federal Way, Wash.; brother Tony Viola of Seattle; sisters Valerie O’Hara of San Diego, Calif., Julie Poppleton of Logan, Utah, and Teri Gneiting of Preston, Idaho; and sister-in-law Pennie Burton of Hellingly, England. He was preceded in death by his father, Ronald. (Seattle Times)