Memories & Milestones
Bill and Judy Slattery of Glenwood Springs will be celebrating 50 years of marriage on Sunday, Aug. 12, at St. Stephen Church in Glenwood Springs.Both Bill and Judy grew up in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. They were wed at St. Peter and Paul Church in Wisconsin Rapids on Aug. 11, 1962. For their honeymoon, they drove to Colorado to start their new life as a couple. Meeting many wonderful people in Glenwood Springs, they decided this was the perfect place to raise their family.Their children are Robin (husband: Chris) McComas, Cindy (husband: Jack) Warkentin and Susan (husband: Grady) Artaz. Their grandchildren are Kevin, Kelsey and Lexie Warkentin and Dusty and Garrett Artaz.Judy is a wife and loving mother-homemaker. She was previously very active in Girl Scouts with her children, while still finding time to attend all of their athletic and scholastic achievements.Bill owned and operated Modern Cabinet shop for 49 years. He has been very active in the community with memberships in Kiwanis’ Knights of Columbus, and other organizations. He won the citizen of the year award in 2007.
Mr. Arnie Niemeyer of Lakewood, Colorado, is pleased to announce the engagement of his daughter, Ilse Niemeyer, to John Reardon, son of John and Helen Reardon of Glenwood Springs. Ms. Niemeyer, a graduate of University of Colorado at Boulder, teaches band, orchestra and choir at Everitt Middle School in Wheat Ridge. Mr. Reardon is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder and the University of Denver Law School and practices law with the Reardon Law Group in Denver, Colorado.
Ginger Gage and Joseph Hultquist were married on May 19, 2012, at Daytona Beach, Fla.The bride is the daughter of Terrance and Donna Scott of Winter Springs, Fla.The groom is the son of Donald and Jewel Hultquist of New Castle. Both bride and groom are employed with Bishop Plumbing and reside in Rifle.
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