Hal Moldstad ’56
On December 3, 2010 a group that included a number of the members of the Class of ’56 traveled to Wenatchee, WA to demonstrate their support for their classmate brother and artist, Hal Moldstad ’56. The occasion was Hal’s public showing of his art at McDees Art Center.
Hal had a long career as a prominent architect whose work included the design of homes around the world for the likes of Paul Allen and Bill Gates. Hal’s now retired to Wenatchee where he dedicates much of his time to painting. Among those representing Sigma Tau Fijis at Hal’s art exhibit were: Bill Revere ’54; Jerry Gibbons ’54 (and his wife Barbara); Jim Hilton ’56 (and his wife Peggy); Len Perry ’56; Steve Wells ’56 (and his wife, Darcy); Kelley Moldstad ’59 (Hal’s brother) and Roger Hulbush ’56. This group of ten was a healthy representation of support for Hal’s “public display of his art”.
Hal’s wife, Donna, is also an artist and several of her works were also on display. Roger Hulbush was so taken by one of her pieces that he purchased it and brought it back to his home in Bow, WA. There no further reports on whether other members of the group made purchases, but a good time was enjoyed by all members of the group of ten.