Doug Milhous is retired from Shasta College where he worked as a computer science professor for fifteen years. Doug enjoyed the diversity of students in his classes at the community college. He had a strong sense of making a difference in the lives of his students. He was able to model both strong technical skills and strong people skills in his teaching.
Doug’s spiritual path has led him to the Quaker faith. He is a founding member of Redding Friends Meeting, which first met in 1982. He is still active in Redding Meeting where he serves as Clerk.
Doug is in his sixth year of service as a Trustee for Sierra Friends Center. This position affords Doug the opportunity to combine a love of teaching with the Quaker spiritual path and values. Doug is excited about the future of Sierra Friends Center with several new life-transforming programs being considered including Woolman Outside School and Woolman Center for Non-violence.
Doug and his wife Linda have been together for 45 year and have three children and two grandchildren. They are e empty nesters! Doug cherishes family gatherings when we come together and feel the palpable love that binds us together.