Memories & Milestones
Jack and Nadine (Bostelman) Taylor, of Glenwood Springs, are celebrating their 66th wedding anniversary today.They were married on Jan. 18, 1947, in New Castle. Their children are Gary Taylor and Pamela Davis. They have seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.Nadine was a teller at First National Bank in Glenwood Springs and Jack worked as a mechanic for various employers in Glenwood Springs. He is a World War II veteran, having served in the Air Force.Both were born and raised in Carbondale, spent their working years in Glenwood Springs and after retirement remain at their home in Glenwood Springs.Congratulatory cards can be mailed to 215 Second St., Glenwood Springs CO 81601.Urbans welcome sonManuel (Todd) and Julie Urban of Silt are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Jerry Richard Urban, on Dec. 10, 2012, at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs.Grandparents are Jackie Urban of Rifle and Richard and Marilee Zahnd of Moravia, Iowa.
Across our valley, dedicated Junior Achievement volunteers worked hard to complete their classes with their students before the holiday break. Robin Tolan, director of development for YouthZone, hams it up for a photo with her students in Michael Dobyns’ C Class at Carbondale Middle School. Others who completed their classes with Mr. Dobyns’ students were: Alicia Crandell, Alpine Bank; Jamie Spry, Accents on Tops; and Sandy Lowell of Glenwood Springs. To become involved with Junior Achievement’s board, as a volunteer or donor, contact Sharon Brady, district manager at 404-7722. Visit http://www.jaroaringfork.com.
Mike and Debbie Wilde of Glenwood Springs are pleased to announce the engagement of their son Carson to Anastasia Gore, daughter of Bill and Liz Gore of Burlington, N.C., and Bill and Elena Sutley of Eureka, Mont. Carson is a 2010 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and CEO of Brothers Wilde Designs LLC featuring customized outdoor gear as well as a designer of prototypes for Everest Designs. Anastasia is a junior studying music education and Russian language at the University of Montana in Missoula.A wedding date has not yet been set.
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