Memories & Milestones |

Memories & Milestones

Edited by Kay VasilakisGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

William (Bill) and Martha Sims of Glenwood Springs were married Aug. 2, 1958, in Cincinnati, Ohio. They moved to Glenwood Springs in November of 1981, and owned and operated the Diamond J Ranch in Meredith from 1981-1994. Bill and Martha have six children and eleven grandchildren. To send them well-wishes, cards can be sent to 456 Traver Trail, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601.

Kimberly Wilson, daughter of Marianne Wilson, will be attending the prestigious Aveda Institute of Denver this fall to begin training for a career as an esthetician. She was selected as one of the recipients of the five $1,000 Book Scholarships granted by Chapter AO, PEO this year.

Chapter AO, PEO selected Lindsey Hofmann, a 2008 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School, as one of the winners of its book scholarships awarded this year. Lindsey will be attending CU-Boulder, majoring in psychology, with plans to become a child psychologist. She is the daughter of Denise Hofmann. The PEO scholarship funds are raised during Chapter AOs Elegant Auction held each December.

Army Pfc. Clifford L. Campbell has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.He is the son of Jennifer K. Newton of Glenwood Springs and grandson of Jack C. Parsons of Arvada.Campbell graduated in 1998 from Glenwood Springs High School, and received an associate degree in 2008 from Colorado Mountain College.

Michelle Yvette Whiddon, senior with a major in elementary education, was named to the spring 2008 Deans List at Evangel University in Springfield, Mo.She is the daughter of David and Charilynn Whiddon of Glenwood Springs.

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