Great Mustaches of Multnomah Past

4 comments Written on November 7th, 2008 by
Categories: General

As mentioned in Wednesday's post, Cinco De Mustache inspired us to conduct a "treasure hunt" of sorts to uncover some of Multnomah's most notorious faculty mustaches. Here's what we found.


Dr. Rex Koivisto

Then... (1985 and 1987)
19851987

Now... (2005)
2005


Dr. Daniel Scalberg

Then... (1984, 1985, and 1986)
198419851986

Now... (2006)


Dave Jongeward

Then... (1985, 1986, and 1993)
198519861993

Now... (2006)
2006


Dr. Ray Lubeck

Then... (1993 and ?)
1993

Now... (2006)


Dr. Garry Friesen

Then... (1993)
1993

Now... (2006)
2006


Dr. Wayne Strickland

Then... (1993 and ?)
1993credo

Now... (2007)
2007


Dr. Daniel Lockwood

Then... (1982, 1985, 1986, and 1987)
19821985

19861987

Now... (2007)
2007

As you can see from the "then" and "now" photos, some of Multnomah's historical mustaches don't strictly reside in the past; some of our distinguished faculty still sport them today. While mustaches do have their place in the history books, growing one is the same, God-given talent it's always been. All that's changed is the way they're worn.

Keep an eye out for our final installment in this three-part series. In the meantime, I'll sign off with this 2003 photo of current faculty member Tom Hauff...

2003

Cheers!

Link to:
part one | part three

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4 comments “Great Mustaches of Multnomah Past”

Classy! It is nice to see our faculty leading by example. :) Viva la Mustache!

If anyone has a facebook account, go there and search for “ray lubeck”…you can see him from his childhood…mustached from birth?

Hmmmmmm, suddenly I am feeling very inadequate with my facial hair.