Memories & Milestones
Bill and Jere Bolitho are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary today! They were married at the Presbyterian Church in Glenwood Springs in 1959 and spent their lives in Glenwood, raising three sons. They have known each other their entire lives. Bill was at the hospital the day Jere was born because their parents, the Bells and Bolithos, were great friends. Jere taught in the Glenwood schools and Bill owned an insurance agency until they retired, and they now split their time between their home here and in Indio, Calif.Congratulations on 50 years of marriage!
Congratulations to Chris Truax and Summer Meils of Glenwood Springs. Their son, Ashton Bradley Truax, was born May 19, 2009. He weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces, and was 21 inches long. Proud sister is 4-year-old Jorden Fulton, and grandparents are Lee and Leslie Kinser of Longmont, John Meils and Kathy Hosferd of Thornton, and Brad Mattocks and Nila Roeing of Alexandria, Minn.
Congratulations to Lucas and Brenda Coryell. Their beautiful son, Wyatt Allen Coryell, was born June 3, 2009, at McCook Community Hospital in Nebraska. He weighed 9 pounds, 4.4 ounces, and was 21 inches long.Proud grandparents are Steve and Kathy Harding of Silt, Frank Coryell of Silt and Patti Coryell of Rifle. Wyatt’s aunt and uncles are Kimberly Harding, Dylan Coryell and Austin Coryell.
An open house will be held to celebrate Butch and Eileen Pressler’s 40th wedding anniversary from 2-5 p.m on Sunday, June 28. Friends and family are invited to attend an open house at their home at 0123 Panoramic Drive in Silt. No gifts please.
2009 Minor League District Champions, The Rockies of Glenwood SpringsFrom left, back row: Coaches Romera and Mike; middle row: Cooper Cornelius, Giovonni Caro, Dante Quintana and Zuma Romero; front Row: Mikey Willis, Tyler Dollahan, Luke Patch, Gavin Olson and Sebastian Gonzales.Not Pictured: Chandler, Peyton, and Preston Hagemann
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