Two members of Seattle University’s Arrupe Jesuit Community known for their warmth and personal touch are celebrating special anniversaries this year. Pat Twohy, S.J. (left), marks his 60th year in the Society of Jesus, while Natch Ohno, S.J., is celebrating 25 years as a priest.
Father Twohy has lived and worked with the Native Peoples of the Northwest for more than four decades. In addition to his work here at SU, Fr. Twohy is director of the Rocky Mountain Mission and minister to the urban Native community in Seattle.
Father Ohno wears many hats at Seattle University, serving as assistant rector of the Arrupe Community and chaplain. His is a familiar face around campus as he interacts regularly and extensively with students, faculty and staff.
Let’s congratulate Fathers Twohy and Ohno on their jubilees and thank them for all they mean to our university community!