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60th Birthday Party Caribbean Cruise!
Departs Ft. Lauderdale, FL to Grand Turk, Amber Bay, Half moon Cay and Nassau.
Starting at $430
Plans are set to cruise on into our 60s!
Although we don’t want to think about the fact that we will soon be turning 60 years old, we have decided to do it right.
We are planning a 60th Birthday 6-day cruise beginning April 7, 2019 to the Caribbean. Spouses, significant other or a friend are welcome to come along.
We have had a big response to the idea of taking a cruise for our 60th birthday and a lot of questions. I will try to answer the questions but if you have any other questions please email me.
April 7th 2019: depart from Ft Lauderdale
4/8 from 9-5: Nassau, Bahamas
4/9 from 8-4: Half Moon Cay
4/10 from 11-7: Grand Turk
4/11 from 8-4: Amber Cove
4/12: At Sea
4/13 : Ft Lauderdale
Prices start at $429 pp for interior cabins, $539 pp for ocean view with double occupancy plus tax which is about 250.00. Previous Carnival travelers may have a lower price. This does not include travel to Florida but includes food ( including 24 hour room service) music, entertainment, casino and much more. You can pre-pay gratuities also which is about $10 a day.
When you book you can do it with a small down payment and pay for the trip throughout the year. I would like to start hearing who definitely will be going and start booking after the first of the year.
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After graduation in June of ‘77 I went to Provo Utah with the intent of getting a job before school started in September at Brigham Young University. But I couldn’t find one, so in July I started the summer term. I went to school for a year and a half under at least two majors, including, electronics technology, geology.
In 1979 I served a two-year religious mission to Melbourne, Australia for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A lot of work and a lot of fun. When I came home I found my parents had moved from Fairport out to Salt Lake City, Utah where my dad had taken a job at the University of Utah – the biggest rival school to BYU, where I was enrolled as a junior. And I’ve been in Utah ever since.
After graduating from BYU in 1984 with a BFA in photography (one of my professors said, “You’re from Rochester, and you came out HERE to get a photo degree?” – wondering if I had ever heard about RIT and Kodak). I worked for a commercial photo studio in Salt Lake City for a few years.
I met my wife, Joan, and we were married in 1986, bought a house in Bountiful, Utah, raised – and are still raising – the kids. Sit down, we have a total of seven. Our second, a little girl named April, died at the age of six months on October 1990 from crib death. Quite a sobering time, to say the least.
I worked as a media production coordinator for Bonneville Communications (an ad agency) for four years, as a graphic designer for Franklin Covey for six years, then branched out freelance with my own graphics and commercial photography company, Moyer DesignWorks, which among other full-time jobs, I still run.
In 2003 we built a log home in Woodland Hills, Utah, about an hour south of Salt Lake City. Our oldest son, Adam, just started his freshman year at my alma matter’s rival – the University of Utah.
I’ve been back to Fairport four or five times since 1981. I keep in touch with Tom Killian (’77) in Fairport. Richard Keene (’77) lives in Park City, Utah and we spend time with his family periodically.
The amazing thing is just how much I miss Fairport, and the irony in that though I was never very prominent or prolific as a student, every time I do get back to Fairport I always visit FHS.
Searching for lost classmates on the web, and up pops this guy. Might have a second career as a company pitchman, Jud!
And here's Tom Spittle trying to hide behind a bearch.
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