H.P. (Dick) Everest, 1952
Born 1894 in Fond Du Lac Wisconsin. He moved to Seattle in 1906 and attended the University of Washington for a bachelor’s degree and masters degree in science. Before coming to the University of Washington in 1938 he served as President of the Kirkland Investment Company and the publisher of the East Side Journal for 16 years. Everest served as a professor in the School of Communications and became president of the school in 1944. Everest was appointed acting President from 1951 to 1952 after which he served as Vice President. He retired from his post as Vice President in 1957. He died in Seattle on August 24, 1967 he was 73.