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Duprey graduates

Patrick Duprey, of Glenwood Springs, has completed his degree in audio engineering at The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Tempe, Ariz., with an internship in Seattle at Opus IV Studios, as of January.Patrick is a 2000 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and the son of Ken and Marti Duprey.Easter greetings Happy Easter to Rod, Erin, Brooks, and Carter, with lots of love, Kacy.Maynard-Albers WeddingRose Dobbs and Roger and Linda Maynard announce the marriage of Brian Maynard and Yolanda Albers.The couple was married on Aug. 28, 2004, at the Flying Dog Ranch. They honeymooned in Cozumel, Mexico.Brian and Yolanda now reside in Silt.Recent marriagesGabriel J. Riley and Angie Marie Miller Bovee, of Glenwood Springs, Oct. 2, 2004.Ryan Alexander Jennings and Robin Eileen Beck, of Carbondale, Sept. 25, 2004.Garrick G. Frontella and Misty Sunse Anderson, of Rifle, Sept. 25, 2004.Jesus Ortiz and Janelle Renee Powers, of Carbondale, Oct. 5, 2004.Thomas William Garrett and Didi Lee Osborne, of Rifle, Sept. 22, 2004.Gary Thomas Revels and Jennifer Michelle Waldrop, of Lockesburg and Nashville, Ark., Sept. 24, 2004.Andrew M. Kestler and Mary H. O’Malley, of Denver, Sept. 25, 2004.Salvador Beltran Gallegos and Reyna Vanessa Ortiz Zapata, of Glenwood Springs, Sept. 17, 2004.Luis Carlos Gonzalez Bustillos and Denise M. Salido, of Rifle and Carbondale, Sept. 17, 2004.Ramon Meza Ventura and Claudia Sue Weaver, of Glenwood Springs, Sept. 17, 2004.Jason Michael Grosse and Misty Dawn Murr, of Carbondale and New Castle, Sept. 11, 2004.Thomas Edward Norberg and Tressa Loraine Marriott, of New Castle, Sept. 17, 2004.Thomas Edward Norberg and Tressa Loraine Marriott, of New Castle, Sept. 17, 2004.


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