Rydman finds calling at North Coast Fellowship | Seaside Signal

By: Rosemary Dellinger
Published: June 1, 2011

Seaside Signal editor  Rosemary Dellinger caught up with former Wildcat Larry Rydman in the publication’s Conversation segment. Rydman was born in Portland and spent his childhood on Helvetia Road off Highway 26, near Hillsboro. Then his family moved to Washington, first to Centralia, then Tacoma, Yakima and he graduated from high school in Ellensburg, Wash. He graduated from Central Washington University, with a degree in communications and served in the Army after he was drafted. Rydman then went to Vietnam, where he was a helicopter engine repairman. He is also a graduate of Western Seminary in Portland, Ore., and has a master’s in divinity. (READ MORE…)


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