It's still hard to talk about it,' said Linnaea
Marie, the botanist's only child, who was 8 years old when her father was killed.
Chavez finished in 19:30 to lead the chase pack behind winner Solace Bergeron of Tillamook, who crossed in 18:44, and runner-up Linnaea
Kavulich of Scappoose, who finished in 19:04.
Emelyna Aurich, CAM One Light Matthew Besore, CAM Roscoe Properties Jenny Bischof, CAM Linnaea
Bongiorni, CAM Lincoln Eastern Mgmt.
Formal and Experimental Perspectives, DIMITRA LAZARIDOU-CHATZIGOGA, NAPOLEON KATSOS, and LINNAEA
Caruso Sr., Stephanie (Beaucage) Donoghue and her husband Dan, Matthew Beaucage and his wife Kristin; five great-grandchildren, Michael Jr., Finley, Sophia, Isabella and Linnaea
; Pete also leaves a sister, Grace Bisceglia; two brothers Frank Caruso and Matteo "Junie" Caruso; two brothers-in-law, Francis "Peanuts" Miller and Robert Miller; many nieces, nephews, extended family members and friends.
Tillett, Kate Gardner, Charlie Brokate
Design Team: Christopher Scholz AIA, Architect; Ines Elskop AAIA, Designer; Nanna Miffing, Designer, Project Captain (Elskop Scholz); Anthony Alduino, Mechanical Engineer (P Group Consulting Engineers); Alex Milionis, HVAC Contractor - Project Coordinator (Power Cooling Inc.); Bill Gahan, General Contractor (Slaney Valley Contracting Inc.); Amy Falder, Principal (New York Green Roofs LLC); Linnaea
Tillett, Principal (Tillett Lighting Design Inc.); Ray Hess, Principal (Business Interiors Inc.)
Functional groups of plants included forbs, grasses, sedges, mat-forming shrubs, such as twinflower Linnaea
borealis, and upright shrubs, such as serviceberry Amelanchier alnifolia.
= Simblum sphaerocephalum Schltdl., Linnaea
31: 154, 1861.
When 11-year-old Linnaea
Elzinga was 7 years old, she gave up some of her very favorite foods: pizza, pancakes, and even birthday cake.
Indigofera ornithopodioides Schlechtendal & Chamisso, Linnaea
The description of this species by de Vriese was published in 1853 in the German journal Linnaea
. It turned out to be the same as Billbergia vitttata, described in 1848 in the French journal Vortefeuille des Horticulteurs.