Jenne, Clifford (1949)

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Title

Jenne, Clifford (1949)

Subject

Oral history

Description

Clifford Jenne was born in Portland, Oregon, in 1925 where he lived with his mother, father, and
sister. He worked for the railroad company in Portland as an engine operator before joining the
military at 18. After completing basic training at Aberdeen, Maryland and briefly working in a
military chemical plant in San Francisco, he participated in World War Two in the Pacific
theatre. He arrived in Japan after the surrender, and was present for the American occupation
following the war. After returning home and finishing high school, he began studying at Lewis
and Clark in 1946. During his time at Lewis and Clark, he met his wife at a Presbyterian youth
group in Portland. He graduated in three years with a business degree and began working for the
Oregonian as a photo developer. After a short time there, he moved with his family to
Willamina, OR to work for the Union Oil Company, which would be his primary career for the
remainder of his adulthood. During his retirement, Jenne worked for Trimet training future
drivers. He is now fully retired in Portland, OR.

Creator

Lewis & Clark College

Date

2018-03-03

Format

PDF

Type

Text

Language

eng

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Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

James, Lizzy

Interviewee

Jenne, Clifford

Location

Milwaukie Oregon

Duration

00:59:54
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