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11/7/2018 Class News
I am absolutely heartbroken to post the announcement that our classmate Dave Bauer passed away on October 26th. Many of you have already heard the news, and I apologize for it taking me so l
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10/22/2014 Mark Benton
It breaks my heart to tell you that our classmate and friend Mark Benton passed away on October 11, 2014
Our thoughts and prayers are with Kathy and their children, Neal and Candy.
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I enjoyed my time at KWHS. Singing in the choir, acting in plays,playing violin in the orchestra/ensembles, in the Casper Youth and Civic Symphonies were my favorite things to do. As long as I didn't have a math class, (and I tried to take as few of those hated things as possible), my gpa was pretty good.
Richard Frazier and I became engaged on Prom night of 1969 and married in Salt Lake City LDS Temple in October of that same year. We spent a year in Casper while I attended Casper College and then moved to Utah to 'finish school'. Winters were less severe and less windy here which was appealing. We have lived in Provo since 1970 but we visit Casper often because family is still there. I always feel a sense of homecoming when we cross the Wyoming border.
Babies started coming in 1971 and my goal of higher education was put on hold for awhile; 25 years. I graduated from UVU with an associate degree in Behavioral Science in 1997 and from BYU with a bachelor in Psychology in 1998. All of my credits at Casper College transferred to the other Universities. I guess taking all those Music classes instead of Generals wasn't a mistake after all.
All of our children are married with children of their own and Dick and I are empty nesters.We love spending time with our family and especially the 15 grandchildren.
Steve is an criminal defense attorney here in Provo. He and his wife, Erica have 4 children. They have a home close to us and it is great visiting with them often.
Shane is an Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in hands, wrists and elbows here in Provo. After so many years away at school, it is wonderful to have him and his family nearby. They also have 4 children.
Ann Marie graduated from Utah State with a business degree, she is now a soccer-mom to three active children. Her husband is a Wyoming boy from Evanston, Sam Johnstone. They live in Alaska where Sam is a Petroleum Engineer with Conoco-Phillips. They love living in Alaska and vow that they will never leave so I am resigned to the fact that we will only see them once or twice a year. But Alaska is a wonderful place to visit.
Kari graduated from BYU in History Teaching and married Eric Nelson, a film grad. They live in Layton, Utah with their two red-headed kids. (Now red-heads are pretty scarce in our family. The Bolan Croation dark hair and eyes seem to dominate even down a generation or two.) Their first movie, Pirates of the Great Salt Lake was picked up by a company in LA.
Trish and Zach Jones and their 2 kids live in Utah also. Zach is currently serving in Afghanistan on leave from the Salt Lake City PD.
Casper was a good place to grow up. There were many opportunities that I was able to take advantage of. I had some wonderful friends and some great experiences and a supportive family, all the things I needed.
Dick and I will celebrate our 42nd wedding anniversary this year (2011). I can't believe it has been so long. Arthritis has limited his mobility and strength, but he manages a couple of properties we have acquired in preparation for retirement and is able to do projects around the house.
I work full-time at Brigham Young University in the Harold B. Lee Library putting together a new Media Center and love my job. I get to work in a wonderful environment and associate with young people all day long. My job allows creativity and innovation and I get to learn new things every day. The campus is beautiful, the mountains soaring over us are magnificent and life is good.
We enjoy remodeling and improving our 40+ year old home. Our last project was the refinishing of the garage door. Since the $5,000 carriage doors I coveted were out of the question, we spent 5,000 hours stripping and sanding 5 layers of paint, varnish and stain off the wooden door. It looks good.
Next we will tackle one of the bathrooms that missed the remodel because it was functional. Finally the ugly peach fixtures will get to go away! Yay.
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