Memories & Milestones |

Memories & Milestones

Edited by Kay VasilakisGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Steven Pollard and Deborah Herrell of Glenwood Springs were married Sept. 20, 2008, at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.They are planning a Mediterranean cruise honeymoon.Steven is employed as a fire alarm specialist for FAS Inc.Deborah is a self-employed accountant and owner of Lillys, The Finer Consigner.

Audrey Schaiberger graduated in December from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in chemical engineering. She was also awarded with the Outstanding Graduate for Service award from the engineering school. Audrey is a 2004 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and the daughter of Peter and Jennifer Schaiberger.

Lauren Maggiore, 2004 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School, graduated with honors from University of Colorado at Boulder on Dec. 19, 2008, with a bachelor of science degree in integrative physiology. She plans to take the Medical College Aptitude Test and apply to medical school in 2009.She is the daughter of Linda Maggiore of Glenwood Springs.

Army Pfc. Chad M. Sommers has graduated from the Direct Fire Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga. The training consists of basic combat training and advanced individual training.The advanced individual training course is designed to train indirect fire infantry soldiers to employ, fire and recover anti-personnel and anti-tank mines; locate, neutralize and extract mines; map reading and ground navigation; operate and maintain communications equipment and radio networks; construct and camouflage mortar firing positions; and operate and maintain mortars and fire control equipment for individual/crew served weapons firing positions.He is the son of Michael and Sharon Sommers of Glenwood Springs and a 2008 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School.

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