Memories & Milestones
Buz Fairbanks and Mogli Cooper of Glenwood Springs are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Piper Fairbanks, to Scott Horton, son of Howard and Nancy Horton of Bartlett, Texas.The future bride graduated from Colorado State University with a bachelor of science degree in business marketing and a master of business administration from the University of Colorado Denver. She works for MWH Global in Broomfield where she does online marketing and communications.The future groom received a bachelor of business administration in finance from Texas A&M. He is employed at Wells Fargo in Denver where he is vice president of the Community Lending and Investment Group. An August 2013 wedding is planned and the couple will live in Denver.
To all Ruth Jennings’ friends: You are invited to her double 40 birthday party from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Rifle Senior Center, 50 Ute Ave. No gifts. She would just like the pleasure of your company.
John and Marianne Ackerman of Glenwood Springs proudly announce the engagement of their daughter Amy to Gregg Joyce. Gregg is the son of Mike and Judy Joyce of Dana Point, Calif.Both Amy and Gregg graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder. Amy is currently a regional manager for True Toniqs, and Gregg is a senior estimator for The Industrial Co. in Steamboat Springs.A July 13 wedding is planned.
Cathie and Davis Farrar, of Carbondale, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Hanna Emily Farrar, to Rafael (Rafa) Mendez, son of Cristina and Hector Mendez of San Antonio. Hanna, a 2009 graduate of Dartmouth College, is presently a third-year medical student at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Rafa, also a Dartmouth College graduate (2008), is a student at the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver. A spring 2014 wedding is planned.
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