7/7/2009 FAMILY NEWS
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4/7/2008 MORRIS 68.COM AWARDED BEST CLASS SITE
April 3, 2008
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Hello fellow classmates of 1968!! I'm looking forward to seeing you all this August.
I'm sure you all feel the same way I do - where has the time gone!! I'll do my best and try to highlight the past years. After graduating from business school, I worked for the F.B.I. in Minneapolis for 8 years. During that time I married Ed and we moved to a small town outside of the cities called Dayton. I became a stay-at-home mom and enjoyed raising our three children and volunteering at their school. After our last child was in school, I started working for Rogers Elementary in the library, and now am at the high school. Can't believe I have been there for 20 years!!
We have since moved to Monticello. We were supposed to down size after the kids left home! Our daughter Stacie and her husband live in New Brighton and have 3 children: Isaac 8 years, Andrew 6 1/2 years, and Brenna 3. Katie and her husband live in Zimmerman with their 5 children: Abram 8 years, Lucy Rose 5, Gracie is 3, Hannah is 1 1/2, and Baby Glen is 2 months old. Our son Brandon and his wife, Charissa, live in Hanover and have no children (yet!). Brandon has now taken over the cabinet making business since Ed retired a year ago.
We enjoy our cabin near Perham (Battle Lake/Detroit Lakes area) and enjoy riding our Harley. We feel very fortunate our children are close by and that we are still young and healthy! (At our age, yes we are still young!!)
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