Memories & Milestones |

Memories & Milestones

Edited by Kay VasilakisGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Thank you, Ann Meyer, for touching so many lives at Glenwood Springs Elementary School. We are so proud you were selected as the L.S. Wood Elementary Teacher of the Year for 2008.Enjoy the rest and relaxation you so deserve in your retirement. We will miss you tremendously (but have this feeling we will see you around a lot, anyway).

Jay Duplesys of Silt turns 40 today.Thank you for keeping us laughing! You are the best dad and husband in the world. We love you very much.James, Cole, Jesse and Andrea Duplesys, and Grizz and Isabella, too.

Rick and Sonya Doyal of Rifle are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary June 18, 2008. Congratulations on many happy years together. We love you.Shane Doyal of Casper, Wyo., Kacy Doyal of Rifle, Dolores and John Huebinger of Glenwood Springs, Dan and Stacy Mortensen of Glenwood Springs, and Shawn McElveen of Tacoma, Wash.

Bruce and Jennifer Herd of New Castle are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Nathan Ryan Herd, at 6:42 p.m. May 4, 2008, at Valley View Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces ,and was 191⁄4 inches long at birth.Proud grandparents are Jacqueline Crawford of Las Vegas, Nev., and Marvin Hulett of Las Vegas, Nev., and Ron and Lori Herd of Salt Lake City.

David and Corrine Merritt of Glenwood Springs and Bonnie Richardson of Chehalis, Wash. and Darold Nedwicke of Mossy Rock, Wash. are pleased to announce the wedding of their children, Ross Merritt and Renae Nedwicke, in Seattle, April 26, 2008. After a honeymoon in the Bahamas, they will make their home in Seattle, where they both work for Group Health Cooperative. Ross is also an adjunct professor at Seattle University, where he coaches the debate team. Ross is a 1995 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and 1999 graduate of the University of Denver. Renae is a 1999 graduate of the Western Washington University.

Paul Martin Edwards, of Glenwood Springs, and Jennifer Dawn Olson, of Carbondale, March 21, 2008

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