8/4/2013 Classmate Ernadean Banner passes away 4/16/13
Ernadean Banner was born January 17, 1944 and raised in Springville, UT. She graduated from Springville High School in 1962 and went on to study at BYU.
Bright, ambitious, and vivacious
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7/16/2013 Robert "Bob" Ogilvie passes
Robert John Ogilvie
1944 ~ 2013
Robert John Ogilvie passed away on June 17, 2013, at home surrounded by his loving wife and children. Robert "Bob" was born on July 28, 1944
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3/26/2013 Respected and loved choir director Glenn Montague dies
Glenn Montague, former esteemed faculty member at Springville High died on March 20, 2013 at age 85. HIs obituary is available at
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Carolyn Loveridge enjoyed taking pictures of our Reunion activities Friday and Saturday evenings June 8th and 9th, 2012, and even got a couple of pictures of our loaded "float" on Saturday morning. These pictures have been uploaded onto Walmart's
photo system, accessible by clicking
Becky Turner Rosenlof also took some great pictures, primarily Saturday morning getting ready for the parade. That album is named Becky's Pictures.
You can download any or all of the pictures and even order prints made at 9 cents each and pick them up at your local
Walmart. They may want you to open an account but there's no charge if you don't order anything.
If you have photos you'd like to share by adding them to these collections email them to [email protected]
Two slide shows have been made from pictures taken at the reunion. They are both on You-Tube and can be linked to or embedded in you own website or Facebook page. Each slide show has a smaller/no music version.
After high school, I worked a while on a ranch, then at Geneva. I was a little late, but I went on a wonderful mission to the Northwestern States. After my mission, I got in one semester at the “Y” before “Uncle Sam” caught up to me. I went into the army and served during the “Nam” thing. I truly enjoyed my service time as an armorer and tank commander.
While I was in the service, I married a gal from Provo.
After my service, I came home to Springville and hired on the Highway Patrol. (My claim to fame came when I got Robby Knievel's autograph when I gave him a ticket for speeding. His dad, Evel was in the car, laughing the whole time.) My wife and I had four children, and after many years my wife left us. I remarried and had almost five years before my wife let her bi-polar problems get her down, and she took her own life. For much of this time, I was a fireman for 3 different agencies in Fillmore, Leamington, and Hinckley for about 21 years. I was fire chief for 8 years and served on the board of the Fire Chiefs Association for those years. I also sang with a quartet for 4 years.
All of this I know helped prepare me for my third wife—the love of my life. Our spouses had died within four days of each other, and a mutual friend got us together. She had three children, so we now have seven we're still trying to keep up with, as well as eighteen grandkids, of which two are presently on missions, one in Montana and one in Arizona. We live in a quiet resort (except on holidays and some weekends), and I try to golf as often as possible.
While we lived in American Fork, we
served a mission with an institute with special needs kids, during which my wonderful wife, Deanna, was diagnosed with a brain tumor. After the surgery, she was left legally blind, so we make quite a pair. She can't see and I can't hear, but life's a blast anyway.
I suppose we look funny—the halt lead-ing the blind. Our infirmities keep catching up with us. I have lupus and Crohn's and arthritis, while my wife is legally blind and left with diminished balance and equilibrium—but life goes on, doesn't it. We enjoy serving the Lord and being with the kids and grandkids.
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