Memories & Milestones
Celebrating 50 Years
Jerry and Ann English of Glenwood Springs are pleased to share that they are celebrating 50 years of marriage. They were married on June 6, 1964, in Ohio. Loving to travel and enjoying many outdoors adventures, they will be sailing off the coast of Cozumel on their wedding anniversary. They began their golden wedding anniversary celebrations bicycling the countryside and walking the beaches of Rarotonga Island, Cook Islands, recently.
The Englishes moved to the Roaring Fork Valley in 1985 with their two children, Teri and Brett, and resided in Carbondale for their school years.
Ann is a retired Re-1 teacher who taught in both Carbondale and Glenwood. She formerly was president of Dancaerobics Inc. training fitness instructors. Ann still enjoys teaching Pilates and stays very active hiking, biking, skiing and gardening. Jerry is a retired teacher and college football coach. He worked at the Aspen Airport for many years and retired from Aspen Base Operations. Traveling to foreign places like Transylvania and Croatia is his main pastime, and he also enjoys camping, cars, bicycling and football.
They both value protecting animals, wildlife and the environment and love living in the heart of the Rocky Mountains near Glenwood Springs. They cherish fun times with family and friends, and love spending time with their children in Colorado, Alaska and on travels. Jerry and Ann feel blessed to have shared life together for more than 50 years and look forward to many more trips and adventures together!
Bieres welcome Caleb
Laurie, Craig and big sister Eve Biere welcome Caleb Raymond to their family. He was baptized at First Presbyterian Church in Glenwood Springs on Easter Day 2014. Grandparents are Ray and Sharyl Koerber of Glenwood Springs and Arlo and Diane Biere of Manhattan, Kan.
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