Memories & Milestones
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wayne Wildey of Basalt announce the marriage of their daughter, Emily Jane Wildey, to Jordan Webster Cole, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Evans Cole of Plano, Texas.Miss Wildey is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carl Wildey of Inola, Okla., and Mr. Arthur John Filkins and th late Lela Jane Filkins of Claremore, Okla. She is a 2003 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School. She attended the University of Northern Colorado and was graduated in 2007 from Denver School of Nursing. Miss Wildey is a registered nurse with National Jewish Health in Denver, where she specializes in pediatric asthma, allergy and immunology.The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of the late Mr. Boyce Gene Cole and Effie Ann Cole of Madisonville, Texas, and the late Mr. Joe Paschal Crutchfield of Newnan, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. James Gilbert Glenn of Montgomery, Ala. He is a 2001 Alpha-Omega graduate of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. He attended Baylor University and graduated in 2007 from Millsaps College with a bachelor’s degree in history. Mr. Cole is associated with Plains Marketing LP in Denver, where he is a crude oil representative.The couple will exchange vows July 23 at Aspen Glen Country Club with a reception to follow.
Hannah Peck received her Master of Divinity on May 23 at Yale Divinity School in the Institute of Sacred Music. Previously, she graduated in 2005 from the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in theater and dance. After college Hannah spent three years working simultaneously in New York City’s nonprofit sector, including AmeriCorp. She taught literacy in the South Bronx and led teams of volunteers in painting murals of her own design in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Kosovo. During her time with Yale Divinity School, she was chosen as a 2009 Ministry Fellow by the Fund for Theological Education and a 2010 fellow by the Fellowship at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics, and she is a member of the honor society Phi Beta Kappa. Hannah is staying in New Haven, Conn., where she is the assistant master of the Yale Summer Program. Hannah is the daughter of Daniel and Kaaren Peck of New Castle.
Jack Smith of Rifle was inducted into the Colorado Baseball Umpires Hall of Fame May 24, 2011, at the Hyland Hills Golf Club in Westminster. Jack was a member of the Colorado State Umpires Association for 20 years. He retired in 2010 after umpiring for 19 years. He was nominated for the Hall of Fame by fellow umpire Jeff Moddelmog, who made the presentation of the plaque to Jack at the awards dinner. Jack also coached baseball during his years at Rifle High School, including the 1981 and 1985 state champion baseball teams.
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