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Frohnmayer, Otto, 1905-1997

Otto Frohnmayer helped to establish the Rogue Valley Medical Center, Mercy Flights, the first Medford Arts Council. He served on the Medford School Board and committess for downtown Medford, YMCA and United Way. He was a Director for the Oregon Community Foundation. Frohnmayer donated his office building to the Rogue VAlley Art Association. It was purchased by the Craterian Board and is now the Craterian Theater. The lobby is named the Frohnmayer Lobby. He also donated six acres to Medford, and they are now the Donahue-Frohnmayer Park. Frohnmayer was praised as a "standard for an old-fashioned ideal of citizenship." Sources: SOHS Vertical file, So. Oregon Heritage, Summer 1995; SOHS Oral History 310; Lynn Sjolund interview

'Mira, 1938 David John Philip, b. 1947
'OIT Business School, U of Oregon undergraduate and law school (1933)
'SOSC President\'s Medal of Honor, 1993 President, Kiwanis Club Univ. of Oregon Alumnus of the Year, 1979 Univ. of Oregon Pioneer Award 1983',
'German; emigrated to Portland in 1906
'Attorney, 62 years with Frohnmayer, Deatherage & Lowry (oldest law firm in So. Oregon)',
'Portland, Medford',
'MarAbel Fisher Braden
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