Class of 1996

CLASS NOTES

Dr. Michael R. Becker, Bremerton, Wash.: I married a UW Perio grad, Yasie Sanai, in 1998. We have two children, ages 5 and 6, who keep us very busy. We recently survived the building of our new house. I’m continuing to practice pediatric dentistry in Bremerton and Port Orchard with my partners. (Spring 2010)

Dr. Eric Larson, Salt Lake City, Utah: I am still practicing in Salt Lake City with my two older brothers (Dr. Brent Larson, North Carolina ’79, and Dr. William Larson, UW ’78) as I have been since graduation at Larson Dental. Our practice has now expanded to five dentists, which includes two nephews working with us as associates. My wife, Lori, and I are the parents of three boys and a girl (ages 10, 8, 6 and 4). I have been heavily involved with the Utah Dental Association as President of the Salt Lake District and will be inducted into the International College of Dentists in Orlando at the ADA Convention. Apart from dentistry, I love skiing in the mountains around Salt Lake and hikes through Southern Utah in the spring and fall. And of course, Bear Lake in the summer! Here’s wishing well to all my classmates! (Fall 2010)

Dr. Les Seelye, Bellingham, Wash.: Grant Richard Seelye was born on May 1, 2010 to Connie and Les. Grant was 6 lbs., 9 oz. He is growing like crazy, already doubled his weight. (Fall 2010)

IN MEMORIAM

DR. ERIC T. MOLDVER, CLASS OF 1996

Dr. Eric MoldverDr. Eric T. Moldver died after being struck by a falling boulder while hiking on his birthday near Fisher Peak Saddle in the North Cascades of Washington state on Aug. 9, 2015. He was 46.

Dr. Moldver was born and raised in Bellingham, Wash., and was a great enthusiast of the surrounding mountains, islands, and seas. He attended Bellingham High School and received a degree in zoology from the University of Washington in 1991. After earning his DDS degree at the UW, he spent three years in the U.S. Air Force Dental Corp and went on to practice at Interfaith Community Health Center in Bellingham.

Dr. Moldver is survived by his wife, Jennifer (See) Moldver; son, Kyle, and daughter, Lauren; parents, Judy and Asbjörn Moldver; brother, Aaron Moldver (Christy); and nieces, Danica and Kenzie. (Bellingham Herald),  (Moles Farewell Tributes)