Jul 24 2013

Can you believe we are 20?!

In 2013 House Daos turned 20! Next year we will be legal to drink! Woo!

It has been an amazing year filled with fantastic friends and family. In May we celebrated our official 20 Year Reunion Event at Egils where we had over 37 Daos including some of our Founders, long-time Active Members, New Members, Inactive Members who traveled from other states and Former Members who returned to celebrate with us. And for the first time in Daos history we created a Minion Order, and welcomed into the House our member’s children!

This year we have also had a record number of Initiations and welcomed in: Red Molly, Jim, Esther & Frank as well as our new Minions – Eleanor, William, Fisher, Rhys, Oliviah, Trystom, George and Rissa. 

Other activities that we have done this year is “The Sound of Daos”, a musical by Irena; a Zealot Race wherein we acted out parts of the Book of Daos; a Midnight Mass featuring a naughty story of Winnie the Pooh and the Viking as well as a segment with the Rev Jimmy Lovejoy; an Inquisition; and a Anarchy Tablero Tournament.  Happily the year isn’t over yet and we still have Bunghole, our private household event; Jimtoberfest, a non-costumed camping event and a Daos-wedding between Eden and Michael.

2013 is a great year!


Sep 15 2005

Randy Lee Prinslow (1963-2005)

Rest In Peace Brother. We miss you.

Randy Lee Prinslow Febuary 27, 1963 – Sept 15 2005.
By Richard A Scott.

Randy Lee Prinslow, Born February 27, 1963 in Silverton, Ore. He was raised in Keizer, Or. Randy died in his home on Sept., 15, 2005 from liver failure in Portland, OR. at the age of 42. Randy graduated from McNary High School in Keizer, OR. Randy received an AA Degree in Graphic Arts from Chemeketa Community College in Salem, OR. He also received a BA degree in Journalism from the University of Oregon. He was a librarian for the Multnomah County Library at the time of his passing. Randy’s passion from his youngest days was drawing. He eventually developed his skills in comics. Some of his works included: Psychic Stripper, Shadow Fool, Stinky Wizzileteats and the Batmaniacs Index (Batman was Randy’s favorite character). He was an illustrator for the second incarnation of “Science Fiction Review.” He had several showings of his art in Portland. He was a collector of music, comics and related memorabilia.

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