Connie Logan came to
Northwest College in 1961 from Rock Springs, Wyoming.
Many alumni of the 60's will remember her as the ASB Secretary/Treasurer
during the '64-'65 school year, or as President
of the Far East Missionary Prayer Band in 1963-64. Others will
remember her as that
girl who worked in the Library.
Right after she and Larry were
married in the summer of '65, Larry was drafted, and went into the
Navy. While Larry was in boot camp, Connie returned and finished
her degree at Northwest in 1966.
grew up in Bridgeport, Washington, and after a year of college in Wenatchee, he enrolled at Northwest in the fall of 1963. Larry's
education at NU was interrupted by a letter from his uncle Sam.
In 1966 he was inducted into the US Navy where he would serve the
next four years. While "seeing the world" in the Navy, Connie
made use of her education and taught school in Virginia, and Guam.
After Larry was discharged from the Navy, he and Connie
moved back to Washington, and enrolled in Eastern Washington University
at Cheney where Connie finished her degree in Elementary Education.
Connie put in about 20 years as an elementary school teacher.
Most of her career was spent teaching in Christian Schools.
Larry earned his degree in Business/Finance, and went on to work
for the IRS. For the 25 years he worked for the IRS, he simultaneously
served in the Coast Guard Reserves. During the first 12 years
they lived in the Spokane area, and then moved to Anchorage, AK
until Larry's retirement from the IRS and Coast Guard Reserves in 1999.
Larry excelled in the Coast Guard, and retired with the rank of
In 1999 Connie and Larry moved back to the Spokane
area, where they took over management of Eastern Washington Camp, known
to most of us as "Silver Lake Camp". They finished that
assignment in 2005 and moved to Post Falls, Idaho where Larry still
holds down two part-time jobs. He still manages the water
treatment plant at Silver Lake, and also drives boat for The Coeur d'Alene Resort.
He and Connie attend Valley
Assembly in Spokane where NU Alum Al Hulten has been the Pastor for
almost 24 years.
and Connie have two children, a son Scott (38) and daughter Shelli
(35). Scott is single. He served in the military as an Army
Ranger and subsequently has worked for a private security company
providing security for personnel in Iraq. He is currently on assignment
in Israel. Their daughter, Shelli, her husband Dan Perkins and
their 2 children live in Eagle River, AK where Shelli is a