Passing of two of Dr. Haugen's trainees, Drs. Evans and Clark

Dr. Harry Charles Evans

Nov. 4, 1925 - April 2, 2017Dr. Harry Evans was known as the "Father of the Epidural" at Emanuel Hospital, where he headed the department of anesthesiology and practiced for over 30 years. Born in Genesee Depot, Wis., Harry earned a medical degree from the University of Wisconsin, followed by an internship and residency at OHSU. Before college, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and was deployed to the European theater, where he served under General Patton in Germany. In 1950, Pearl Drummond danced into his life and they continued dancing for 66 years. Four daughters, Laura, Lynn, Lee and Lu, soon followed, plus six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Harry loved sharing his love of sports, from little league coaching to sailing competitions to snow skiing, water skiing, biking, tennis and volleyball. At the same time, he loved playing bridge, working in his vegetable garden, baking bread and making noodles for his family and friends, all of whom will miss his wit and wisdom dearly. And the four L's will miss our many stops for soft serve at Dairy Queen!Heaven bound April 2, 2017, Harry hit a home run! 91 healthy years, biking to the finish line!

Published in The Oregonian from Apr.26 to Apr.30, 2017

Dr. Roy Malcolm Clark

Jan. 4, 1931 - April 20, 2017Roy Malcolm Clark died peacefully in his home at Holladay Park Plaza in Portland, Thursday, April 20, 2017, aged 86. Dr. Clark will be remembered for his cantankerous approach to life, his wit, and his love of good stories and music.Born in England in 1931 to Joan (Jackson) and Raymond Clark, Roy was always proud of his British heritage. He attended Guy's Hospital Medical School in London, where he met Margaret (Stewart). Shortly after marrying in 1959, the couple moved to Portland, where Roy completed his training in anesthesiology and practiced at Physicians and Surgeons hospital. Roy and Margaret had two sons, Graham (a Portland city planner who died in 2005), and Timothy (now a university professor in Flagstaff, Ariz.). Graham's two sons, Aidan and Dylan Wenzel, adored their grandfather and reside in Sandy with their mother and large step-family.Roy was married to Leslie (Baxter) from 1980 until her death in 1989, and regarded her sons Geoff and Peter Fanning as his own. Roy was later married to Sue (Ross) for 10 years, who shared his love for music, travel, and frequent laughter.A celebration of life for Roy will start at 2 p.m., Friday, May 26, 2017 at Holladay Park Plaza, at 1300 N.E. 16th Avenue in Portland. Friends and colleagues are cordially invited to attend and commend in fellowship this unique and cherished man.

Published in The Oregonian from May 4 to May 7, 2017