Beverly Clark (Oregon)

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  • Lee Hendricks
    Posted at 18:03h, 23 November Reply

    I recently discovered a Clark family Bible given to my mother, Myra Hendricks by Elton E. Clark in Corvallis. In the accompanying letter it stated they had a daughter, Bev and I’m trying to trace her for family tree information. Are you this Beverly?
    Lee Hendricks leeviktoria@hotmail.com

    • Bev Clark
      Posted at 12:25h, 25 November Reply

      Hi Lee, I am not that Bev Clark in Corvallis, OR that you are looking for. I have no family history from Oregong

  • christina chapman
    Posted at 12:11h, 03 June Reply

    Beverly,

    I have a great adventure for you and your 140 to get out of the valley and stretch your legs! Come to my Woman Wise Airmanship Adventure this July in Idaho. Details on this site or my own http://www.mindelevations.com. It promises to be the year’s highlight for women pilots! Fun, learning, outstanding recreation, and new friends. Camping is free. Lodge and teepees across street for minimal fee. Come out and meet some kindred spirits!

  • Vanessa Nelson
    Posted at 02:52h, 21 October Reply

    Beverly,
    I am still getting the hang of perusing and posting on this blog and didn’t see you there before. I’m still working toward soloing, but at some point it might be fun to try to get us Oregon LLT’ers together at Independence or something. I hope you still get to plane-sit for your brother! First Saturday of the month is always the pancake breakfast at Twin Oaks. It would be great to see you there!

  • Susan
    Posted at 22:52h, 05 July Reply

    Beverly!

    Welcome to LLT!!!! What a beautiful 140!! I know you have a lot of fun with that – even if it is only on the weekends! You’re not alone — most of us all “work to buy gas money”! Hope to see you some time soon! I know it’s a long haul from Oregon to Ohio for the fly-in! You’re brother won’t mind … will he??

    Cheers!
    Susan

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