Laycoe, Bryan Harold (1968)

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Title

Laycoe, Bryan Harold (1968)

Subject

Oral history

Description

Bryan Harold Laycoe was born in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1942 and is the son of famous
hockey player Hal Laycoe. After frequently moving between cities in Canada and the United
States, Mr. Laycoe eventually settled in Portland and attended Cleveland High School. Upon
graduation, Mr. Laycoe enrolled at Lewis &amp; Clark College for track and graduated in 1968
following a pre-med pathway. After Lewis &amp; Clark, Mr. Laycoe studied medicine at Oregon
Medical School and had a doctoral internship at the University of Oregon. In 1973, Mr. Laycoe
volunteered to serve in the United States Navy and was stationed at Pearl Harbor for two years.
Upon completion of the Vietnam War, Mr. Laycoe worked as a practicing orthopedic surgeon for
40 years. For the past ten years, Mr. Laycoe has been involved with the American Legion, an
organization that serves veterans and contributes to the community. Today he and his wife raise
show horses in Washington.

Creator

Lewis & Clark College

Date

2018-03-19

Format

PDF

Type

Text

Language

eng

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Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Kahale, Kaimana

Interviewee

Laycoe, Bryan Harold

Location

Lewis & Clark College

Duration

01:32:29
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