Arline Esther Sjerslee Bollman ’71, M.A. ’73 died on March 15, 2011 at the age of 83. Arline Esther Sjerslee Bollman was born on April 7, 1927 in Chicago to Sem Peder Sjerslee and Esther Augusta Engsell, who were of Scandinavian descent. The family moved to Seattle when Arline was 14 years old. She completed high school in Seattle and attended the University of Washington, where she met her future husband, Victor Stanley Bollman MBA ’66. They married Dec. 12, 1947, and enjoyed over 63 years together until her death. The couple went to Southern California after their university education, where Arline was a librarian at the University of Southern California. She later worked as a librarian in the San Jose Public Library and in the Los Gatos Public Library. Arline obtained a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Arts in Education from Santa Clara University. She continued her education and earned a Master of Arts in Librarianship from San Jose State University. In 1988 Arline and her husband retired and moved to Oregon and settled in their "retirement home in the woods," in Aurora near Wilsonville. The couple traveled to Hawaii, Canada, Hong Kong and London and cruised to Alaska and to Norway’s North Cape. Her hobbies included reading, walking, gardening, classical symphony and book collecting. Arline is survived by her husband and their children, Stephen Victor of Los Gatos, Calif., Allison Kay of Portland and Brian Dean of Windsor, Calif.; three grandchildren; and her sister, Grace Rauen of La Mirada, Calif.