DAVID A. RHOTEN. Born in Salem, Oregon. (1934-2017).
Admitted: Oregon State Bar, 1961; U.S. District Court (Oregon), U.S. Court of Appeals (9th Cir.), and United States Supreme Court; City Attorney for the City of Stayton, Oregon.
Education: University of Washington; Willamette University (B.S. in Law); Gonzaga University (L.L.B., 1961).
Served: Committees of Oregon State Bar-Election Laws; Chair, Law Economics Committee; Special Assistant to the Attorney General of Oregon; Chair, Oregon Arts Commission and Oregon Arts Foundation; Chair, Salem Civil Service Commission; Marion County Bar Association Board; Oregon Community Foundation Board (Chair, Scholarship Committee); Chair (Hon.), Friends of Halley Brown Ford Art Gallery (Willamette University); Chair, Historic Elsinore Theatre Board; MERIT Board Member.
Present Member: Oregon State Bar, 50+ year Member; Marion County Bar Association; Northern Willamette Valley Leadership Council (OCF Affiliate).
Honors: Received Marion County Bar Association Paul J. De Muniz Professionalism Award.
Veteran: Korea (served 1954-1956).
Interests: Theater, historic and cultural activities; gardening (featured in Better Homes and Gardens).
LAWRENCE W. ANDREWS. Born in Loma Linda, California.
Admitted: Oregon State Bar, 1987; U.S. District Court (Oregon), U.S. Court of Appeals (9th Cir.), and United States Supreme Court, 1995.
Education: California State University at San Bernardino (B.A., 1984); Willamette University College of Law (J.D., 1987).
Served: Law Clerk for the Hon. Carl E. Byers, Oregon Tax Court (1986-1987); Willamette Law Review (1986-1987).
Assistant City Attorney for the City of Stayton, Oregon;
Financial Industry Regulatory (FINRA) Arbitrator.
Present member: Oregon State Bar: Estate Planning and Administration Section, Real Estate and Land Use Section, Probate and Trust Section, and Construction Law Section; Marion County Bar Association.
Interests: Learning about history; traveling and exploring with family; spending time outdoors hiking and bicycling; real estate restoration and improvement; healthy foods, cooking, and a healthy lifestyle; enjoying family and friends, meeting new people, and helping others.