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70th Birthday Bash pictures are viewable...!
The slide show program wouldn't let me place all pictures into one album, therefore I had to split them into two presentations; Album 1 above and Album 2 below.
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6/8/2013 A message from Lynn Pollard Stevens on turning 70. Yikes...!
Now, it's 2013, and I've turned 70 !!! For a low-key celebration, my two "kids" took me on a 3-day cruise out of Long Beach. We kayaked off Catalina Island and rode horses in Ensenada, Mexi
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Wendell and I married in August after my graduation. He continued college at ASU and I worked for Del E. Webb Land Division handling all of their land offerings world wide. After 2 years we moved to San Francisco Bay Area where Wendell was a bank Vice President and we had our first two children. After 5 years we decided to raise our children back in Arizona and Wendell accepted a position with Arizona Bank in Flagstaff where we spent another 5 years. Due to a bank promotion we moved back to Phoenix for 20 years. We had another child and after being a stay-at-home mom for 18 years and a professional volunteer at "everything" I decided to enter the workforce again and did so at Moon Valley High School and Sunnyslope High School as an Educational Services Tech. teaching computers and their educational applications to Administrators, Teachers, Students and parents. Wendell retired from banking and sold real estate until the "dream location" was offered in Pinetop, AZ....so back in banking for 5 years except this time we were in our retirement dream location so would not relocate when asked...back to real estate for him and I joined the Navajo County Government. We have spent our life traveling the United States with our children in a motorhome and loading it up for ASU games or hauling girls to soccer & basketball camps. Now we have a 5th Wheel and tow our ATV's, riding in the mountains and participating in Jamborees until the snow falls and then set up at Tonto Basin, AZ for the winter riding. We have enjoyed going on cruises and this year we took the whole family on an Alaskan Cruise for our 50th Wedding Anniversary. In February, 2013 we do the Caribbean. We have 5 grandchildren who have kept us busy with their football games, choral and orchestra activities. We have been very, very blessed in life and give all the glory to God.
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