Sunrise Rotary inducts officers, honors members
The Glenwood Sunrise Rotary Club held its annual Charter Night the evening of June 28.
During the event, outgoing and incoming officers and directors were honored. Also, Peter Jeschofnig was inducted as president for the upcoming year.
Outgoing president Bruce Baier presented awards to Dennis Carey, Rotarian of the Year, and to Cris Aronson for Most Active New Member.
Jim Mason was unable to attend. However, at a later meeting he was presented with a Service Above Self special award for bravery and meritorious service carried out during the Coal Seam Fire.
Kelch, Douglas engaged
Sarah Kelch and Ross Douglas of Aspen announce their wedding engagement.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Douglas and Bronwyn Kelch of Glenwood Springs. She is a 1995 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and graduated from Colorado State University. She is a graphic designer and health magazine freelance writer.
The groom-to-be is the son of David and Nancy Douglas of Eatonton, Ga. He graduated from Lewis Palmer High School in Monument, Colo., in 1994 and is also a graduate of Colorado State University. He currently works as a commercial pilot for Mesa Airlines.
A Sept. 7 ceremony will be held at the Flying Dog Ranch in Carbondale
John McKinnie, a 1999 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and the son of Steve and Doris McKinnie, was awarded a Dean’s citation for academic excellence at the Monfort School of Business at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. McKinnie earned a 3.6 grade point average for the spring 2002 semester.
McKinnie plans to graduate next spring with a bachelor’s degree in business management.
Ensign Gabriel Tonozzi, of the U.S. Navy, is shown at his June 7 pre-commissioning reception dinner with his mother, Annie McIntosh of Glenwood Springs.
Tonozzi among top
graduates from Officer
Gabriel Tonozzi recently graduated from the Naval Aviation School Command Officer Candidate School in Pensacola, Fla. Tonozzi graduated in the top 10 percent of his class. He was commissioned June 7 as a ensign in the Navy. Attending his commissioning ceremony in Pensacola were his mother, Annie McIntosh, of Glenwood Springs, and her companion, Jim Steels; Gabriel’s father, Brian Tonozzi; and grandmothers Louise Mooney and Patricia Tonozzi, from the Glenwood Springs area.
Tonozzi, 27, returned home following the ceremony to collect some of his belongings, and arrived during the Coal Seam Fire. He returned to Pensacola and immediately began pre-flight indoctrination training. He will be among the first few pilots to fly the new T-6A Texan II trainers that fly up to speeds of 320 mph.
Tonozzi is a native of Glenwood Springs and a 1993 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree in aviation technology from Metropolitan State College of Denver, and his pilot’s and ground instructor’s licenses in 2001. His passion for flying comes, in part, from two local uncles, Steve Tonozzi and Clem Kopf, both Glenwood Springs pilots.
Morse a new Lion
The New Castle Lions Club is proud to welcome a new member, Lesley Morse, who was sponsored into the club by Judy Shaffer this past June.
The club motto is “To Serve” the community through volunteered efforts of their members.
Colorado Lottery winners
Donna Pleva of Silt recently won $15,000 playing the Colorado Lottery.
Bradshaws welcome son
Pete and Laura Bradshaw of Glenwood Springs announce the birth of their son, Jeremy Aaron. He was born Wednesday, June 5, 2002, at Valley View Hospital. He weighed 5 pounds, 12 ounces, and measured 19 inches in length.
His maternal grandparents are Larry and Lilas Robinson of Glenwood Springs, and the paternal grandparents are Bob and Barb Bradshaw, also of Glenwood Springs. Great-grandparents are Ivan and Doris Bartels of Mitchell, S.D., and LaVeta Davis of Glenwood Springs.
as second lieutenant
Blake A. Cook recently graduated from the Air National Guard Academy of Military Science at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Knoxville, Tenn. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant assigned to a reserve component of the U.S. Air Force.
Cook completed a six-week, in-resident course with instruction in six major areas of study. He is currently an installation engineer assigned to the 219th Engineering Installation Squadron at Tulsa Air National Guard Base, Okla.
Cook is the son of Dwight W. and Maryellen D. Cook of Carbondale. He earned a bachelor’s degree in 2001 from Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Okla.
fit to be trainer
Helen McQueeney has been certified as a personal trainer by the American Council on Exercise (ACE), one of the largest nonprofit fitness certifying organizations in the world.
McQueeney underwent a stringent certification process to prepare for an intensive, 3.5-hour, 175-question exam.
ACE certification equips fitness professionals to design and implement safe aand effective fitness programs. McQueeney has been involved in competitive master swimming, running, and triathlon training and competition for more than 25 years. She can be reached at 963-8004.
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Michael Kirk Baumli and Darla Kay Davenport, of Carbondale, June 26, 2002
David Enlow and Jasie Jo Wade, of Rifle, July 3, 2002
David Michael Hanson and Kimberly Marie Alsdorf, of Glenwood Springs, June 18, 2002
Vincent Robert Rose and Cherie Renee Chenot, of Carbondale, June 11, 2002
Mark Allen Gilmore and Rose Etta Jewell, of Silt, June 26, 2002
Cole James Reed and Trish June Beck, of Parachute, July 8, 2002
Steven Charles Baker and Jennifer Lynn Nickel, of Glenwood Springs, June 26, 2002
Paul Owen Becktell and Margot Caley Rathbone, of Ithaca, N.Y., June 13, 2002
Jim Boyd Doster III and Rebecca Kay Kaeselau, of Monterey, Calif., July 3, 2002
Ted S. Chamberlain and Julie L. Careathers, of Holcomb, Kan., July 8, 2002
Larry L. Armstrong and Nadine M. Kitzman, of Walcott, Iowa, July 8, 2002
James Braden Schubert and Heather Michelle Trish, of Hoboken, N.J., July 2, 2002
Christopher Warren Vincent and Beatriz Elena Rodriguez, of Grand Junction, July 12, 2002
Roger Allen Fazzi and Ellie Marie Nieslanik, of Silt, June 19, 2002
Andrew Douglas Palm and Kerri Lynn Sawyer, of Metairie, La., June 17, 2002
Douglas Ray Davis and Yolanda Jackie Stewart, of New Castle, June 12, 2002
Phillip Benjamin Danielson and Lynda Susan Twamley, of New Castle, July 5, 2002
William Anthony Oneal and Jamie Renee Kestermann, of Wellborn, Fla., July 8, 2002
Jeremy S. Miner and Heather Cook, of Springville, Utah, July 12, 2002
Joshua David Snoddy and Janine Scholl, of New Castle, July 11, 2002
William E. Wright Jr. and Michelle A. Clover, of Ridgway, Pa., July 12, 2002
Juan M. Tellez-Ceja and Andrea Judith Torrez, of Carbondale, July 18, 2002
Jack Keith Green and Joan Carol Plowman, of Glenwood Springs, July 9, 2002
Trevor Leslie Knell and Beth Lebel Szal, of Rifle, June 26, 2002
Rigo A. Vargas Nevarez and Cinthia Manuela Enriquez Ordonez, of Parachute, July 5, 2002
Travis O’Donald McFlynn and Carrie Kaplan, of Carbondale, July 1, 2002
Jason Roy Landa and Christine Elizabeth Connolly, of New Castle, June 12, 2002
Jesus Miguel Holguin and Isela Alvidrez, of Gypsum, July 15, 2002
Derrick James Masimer and Emily Mae Tasler, of New Castle, June 11, 2002
Malachi Robert Ewbank and Amy Renee Schilling, of Lewisville, Texas, July 11, 2002
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The Glenwood Springs-Rifle sports rivalry goes way back for GSHS baseball coach and former Demons multi-sport student-athlete Eric Nieslanik.