Memories & Milestones

Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Jim and Connie Miller of Silt are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary Dec. 12.The couple met at Western Mennonite High School their senior year. They were married at the Mennonite Church in Albany, Ore., and moved to the Roaring Fork Valley in 1957. They are now enjoying their retirement in Silt after having lived in Glenwood Springs for more than 30 years. They have three children, Charlene (Levi) Troyer of Silt, Robert Miller of Thornton and Mark Miller of Fort Collins. They have one grandchild. An anniversary celebration will be hosted by all of their children in the spring, followed by a family vacation.

Lowell and Casey Walter of Silt are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Emory Jean Walter, at 8:28 a.m. Nov. 21, 2007. She weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 20 inches long at birth.Big brothers Bennett, 4, and Brigden, 2, are happy for a new playmate.Proud grandparents are Renee Dallman of Glenwood Springs, Jim and Jackie Dallman of Carbondale, and Bob and Carolyn Walter of Boones Mill, Va.

Sara Anne Stanaszek and James Ellen Lewis, both of Redstone, were married Sept. 22, 2007, in an outdoor ceremony at Oh Be Joyful Mountain near Crested Butte.The bride’s father officiated at the nuptials, attended by immediate family. Parents of the bride are Dr. Walter and Mary Stanaszek of Norman, Okla., and Redstone. The groom is the son of James A. Lewis and the late Ellen J. Lewis of White Lake, Mich.The bride is a graduate of Norman North High School and the School of Business at the University of Colorado. She owns and operates Café Redstone. The groom obtained a degree in Natural Resources Management from Colorado State University and recently established Eco Right Solutions, an environmental consulting company.The bride and groom are making their home in Redstone with their dogs, Frankie and Yzer.

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