Phyllis Cantrell Reynolds ’47: 1998 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient

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In addition to being a clinical psychologist, potter, printmaker, and photographer, Phyllis Cantrell Reynolds ’47 has been a tireless advocate for the importance of trees in urban areas, especially in Portland. She is on the Board of the Japanese Garden and has been actively involved in horticulture at the Portland Garden Club, Reed College, Catlin Gabel School, and Hoyt Arboretum. She co-wrote, with Elizabeth Fitzgibbon Dimon ’49, Trees of Greater Portland (Timber Press), a field guide of the best trees in the Portland area and where to view them.