Lycoming College Class of 1972

50 CELEBRATION MARILEE (STEVENS) WOODROW 26 Marilee (Stevens) Woodrow 1009 S. 59th Street Springfield, OR 97478 (541) 988-0955 (541) 520-4269 Employment Working Employer Pet Care Business Position Owner Community Involvement Springfield City Councilor, Ward 5 (2011-present). Awarded 2015 Springfield’s First Citizen by the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce. Organizations I have served on: Springfield Economic Development Agency, the Springfield Budget Committee, the Springfield Finance & Judiciary Committee, the Lane County Human Services Commission Executive Committee, the Main-McVay Governance Team, Springfield History Museum Board, Springfield Library Board, Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission, Lane Council of Governments, SMART (Start Making A Reader Today) program volunteer and local board member, current member of Chamber of Commerce. Springfield Renaissance Development Corporation Board; Wildish Community Theatre Board, current member and newsletter editor of AKC affiliated McKenzie Cascade Dog Fanciers; and local referral source for breed-specific animal rescue; a volunteer at Springfield’s Annual Springfield Police Department Statewide K-9 Competition; member, Springfield Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association. Lycoming Memories My favorite professors were Professor Arroyo, Professor Neufer, and Dr. Guerra. Lycoming Involvement Intramural volleyball Lycoming Escapades Traying on The Quad, loading a VW bug with as many as we could, midnight runs for subs, and football games! Pinochle and bridge in the SUB’s the Caboose! Marathon double solitaire games in the dorm suites with ‘must have’ pretzel sticks and onion dip. Sneakers the cat who was our “extra” roommate! Lyco Friends Melinda Fowler, Betty Brunning Butler, Bobbie Goodyear, Richard Brown, Liz Woodruff Kidd, Nancy Van Riper, and Linda Burton Kochanov Stay in Touch Melinda Fowler, Betty Brunning, Bobbie Goodyear, Liz Woodruff, Richard Brown, and Steve Hogan Interests I have lived and worked in five states, enjoyed my time in each, and loved experiencing the history and subculture of each area. I enjoy reading, my fur family of dogs and cats, my hobbies of short story writing, handcrafts, and photography, and am a fan of most sports. Difference Lycoming Made It launched me into service-oriented career positions. Lifelong friendships with very special people — outside of my degree, this is the highlight of my Lycoming experience. Post-Lycoming Experiences So many to make mention! But I have enjoyed my connections with people in almost every situation and experience over the past 50 years. Greatest Accomplishment I’m honored to have served as an elected Springfield City Councilor, representing a community of 62,000 for 12 years, and to have contributed as a volunteer and board member in the community for 25 years in numerous organizations and roles. Reunion? No