Memories & Milestones
Lorahs celebrate 50th wedding anniversary
Barbara and Bill Lorah celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in Hawaii with their two sons, David and Paul, and their families. They were married on July 4, 1964, in Asmara, Ethiopia (now Eritrea) where Barbara was a Peace Corps teacher for two years. Bill was in Pakistan as a Peace Corps volunteer building civil infrastructure. They moved to Glenwood Springs in 1974 and raised two sons. Dr. David Lorah, who is currently a family physician at Glenwood Medical Associates, and Paul Lorah, who is a professor at St. Thomas University in St. Paul, Minnesota. David and his wife Jessica have two children in the Glenwood Springs school system, Isabel and Peter. Paul married Cindy Livingston and they have two children, Matthew and Alex.
Barb and Bill have traveled the world extensively, visiting all of the continents. They have plans to continue their traveling and exploring. Their motto is “it is not important where you have been, what is important is where you are going.”
Rencks welcome daughter
Brandon and Caroline Renck of Battlement Mesa are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Lola Vie Maciel Renck, on Aug. 23, 2014, at The Family Birthplace in Valley View Hospital.
Grandparents are Jerry Renck of Glenwood Springs, Kathie Haines of Denver, and Edson and Ziuza Maciel of Vitoria, Espírito Santo, Brazil.
Great-grandparents are Paul and Norma Renck of Pueblo, Edson and Elenita Maciel of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Claudiomiro and Noemia Moret Pio of Vitoria, Espírito Santo, Brazil.
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