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Residence:  Logan, UT

Life since high school:

(July, 2001) I can't tell you what a delight it was to attend the reunion last summer. What fun to see old friends again. It was also very sad to see how many are not doing well, or who have passed away. We are very blessed.

Well, just a brief bio. When we graduated I left to attend Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. I graduated with a B.A. in elementary education and went on to teach school on and off for the next 30 years. I met and married my husband, John, (no relation to Ernie), spent some time in France, and then the Vietnam war forced us into the military. He started out in Military Police and we were stationed in Georgia, Virginia, and Japan. We decided we didn't like police work too well, so we returned to Provo with 2 girls and 1 boy and went back to school. John got his masters in Communicative Disorders (specifically, Audiology), and went to work for the Provo Schoo l District. We added 2 more sons and then were called back into the military and sent to Germany. We loved Europe and spent many years there. We returned to the states and were stationed in Texas, then on to Washington where John got his Doctorate, on to Alabama and back to Texas. We then retired and got a job in California, but we decided the people and the pace was too much for us in the LA area. We got an opportunity to come to Logan, Utah where John is an associate professor here at Utah State University. We have a little land, a creek, trees, and lots of peace and quiet. Our girls are married, and we have 4 grandchildren. Another boy will marry this Aug. All the kids are wonderful. They have brought us great joy and love. We truly are blessed, and are especially fortunate to be able to keep in touch with all of you.

(August 2010)  See 2010 reunion questionnaire response.



December, 2004:  Now, that's what we call a family photo!!  Ann is in center, with husband John behind her.