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Gloria Snow (Rudd)
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July 04, 1944 New Harmony UT commercial artist / horse trainer Married 4
During these past 50 years  I have worked at Gillham Advertising as a commercial artist, and enjoyed raising, training and showing horses.
I have been married 40 years to my wonderful husband, Richard.  We have 4 children, 10 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.
I have also enjoyed fising, hunting, and traveling.
I still have my 1962 T-bird convertible.
We live in New Harmony, Utah and have 12 horses, 3 dogs and 4 cats on our ranch.
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Nedra Van Natta (Sneed)
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Cincinnati Ohio Retired Speech Language Pathologist Divorced 1
Hi! After graduation from East High, I went to BYU one year, and then returned to University of Utah to graduate in Speech Pathology. I spent the next year in Ogden, Utah, interning as a teacher of the hearing impaired, in pursuit of my MS degree. My mom died suddenly after heart surgery, and I set out to Connecticut to teach deaf kids, one year in Mystic, Connecticut and a year in Pennsylvania. Then I ventured to Australia for 2 years to teach at a school for deaf boys in Sydney.

On Valentine's Day, 1970, I met my future husband, who was an Army pilot on R and R from Viet Nam. I returned to Texas, where we were married, and I worked as a speech langugae pathologist in the schools. With him, I spent 3 years in Hawaii and 6 years in Alabama, where I had my one and only son, Jeff. I was divorced when he was 5 years old and stayed down South for 9 more years, before relocating to Cincinnati, Ohio. I received my doctorate degree in Literacy at the University of Cincinnati in 2000. I continued working as a speech language pathologist in the schools, until retirement in 2010, after 42 years of teaching.

I love retirement and am doing some private tutoring,consulting, and traveling and just enjoying life. I am eagerly awaiting my son to meet his mate and get married and have some grandkids. I have a grandpuppy, Bohdi. a boxer who is 3 years old. This will be my first trip back to Utah since 2000, and I am really looking forward to this, my first reunion.
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Owen Reese
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April 03, 1944 Olympia WA retired physician Married 1
   After graduating from the University of Utah in mathematics, I attended medical school at the University of California in San Francisco, then completed my training as a nephrologist at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.  I met my wife there and, after completing our trainng programs, we moved to Olympia, Washington, where we remain. 
    I established a kidney dialysis unit and practiced as a nephrologist until my clinic of 100 physicians dissolved in 2000.  I completed my career in the adminstration of the Western Institutional Review Board,  an organization established under Federal Law to protect the rights and welfare of human research subjects.
    Since retiring in 2009, I have enjoyed traveling, gardening, caring for our two grandsons and playing duplicate bridge.  I have also returned to playing golf and try to walk the course at least twice each week.  Life is good!
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Ardith (Ardie) Bowdle (Brown)
October 01, 1943 Murray UT Systems Analyst (retired) Single Again 2
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Suzanne Tornquist
 
Hi Everyone! My life has taken long and winding roads since I left East High. I have had many different vocations, most have them were following a better paycheck in order to support my children. My son, Forrest, was born when I was still a teenager and my daughter, Wendy, is ten years younger than her brother. It is hard to believe they are now 41 and 51 years of age! My efforts have been rewarded as my children have been a wonderful support and are enjoyable, responsible adults who have given me three grandchildren… all cute and above average (naturally). My first jobs were not memorable but led me from making hats and hairpieces at Makoff’s and Auerback’s to working in doctor’s offices and then in laboratories. I was fortunate to be able to do almost anything and was taught advanced technical skills at an early age. When companies started hiring women in jobs that had previously only been given to men, I was already experienced and was hired to run chemical tests and learn state of the art instruments. I worked at the University of Utah and later at Hercules where I did research and development for 14 years. I was one of the first women to work with hazardous materials. Later this research group worked on the Space Shuttle Challenger. After the Challengers tragedy, hundreds of people were laid off as funding for space discovery was cut to the bone. I was caught in the wave and decided try something new. I returned to school to complete a degree in Graphic Design and was again hired at the U of U to do work for the Eccles Health and Science Library… this time doing graphics for their “Slice of Life” program. Eventually I was hired by the Newspaper Agency to do advertisement and illustration. During this time I also contracted with card companies to do fine art and illustration. I am semi-retired now but still paint and sell my work. I have been married to Michael Fletcher for 22 years. We are living happily ever after in a home we share with our big black Bouvier des Flanders dog in the historic district of the Avenues in Salt Lake City. We like to travel, bike and spend time with friends and family.
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Bonnie Evans (Dorris)
August 23, 1944 Midvale UT retired Widowed 3
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Stephen G. Stoker
June 28, 1944 Salt Lake City UT Attorney Married 7
After graduating from East High School in 1962, I attended the University of Utah, served for six months in basic and medic training as part of the 144 Evacuation Hospital Unit of the Utah National Guard, served a 2 1/2 year mission for the LDS Church in North Germany, returned to the U of U where I met and married Tricia Henriksen in 1968 (a 1965 Skyline High School graduate) and received a degree in history in 1969.  I attended law school at the U of U College of Law.  After receiving a law degree in 1972, Tricia and I moved to Washington D.C. where I worked for two years as an attorney at the Federal Trade Commission.  

In 1974 we returned to Salt Lake City, where I joined the law firm of Strong, Poelman and Fox.  In 1987, that firm dissolved (then known as Fox, Edwards, Gardiner & Brown) and I began practicing in the two person law firm of Stoker & Thomas.  David B. Thomas was my partner in that law firm.  In 1991, David left private law practice to become an in house attorney at BYU, and I began pracitcing with Jeffrey C. Swinton in the law firm of Stoker & Swinton, where I continue to practice law. Over the years my law practice has included work on all aspects of real estate development, general civil litigation and, during difficult economic times, Chapter 11 reorganizations. 

Tricia and I live in the East Mill Creek area of Salt Lake City.  We have seven children, six girls and one boy, all of whom are married.  We have 22 grandchildren and one on the way.  Six of our children and their families live in Utah, and one lives in Denver with her family.
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Carter Cornwall
March 07, 1944 Belmont MA College professor Married 3

I and my wife irene have lived in Belmont, Massachusetts since 1973.  We have three children,  I am a Professor of Bipohysics at Boston University Scholl of Medicine where I teach and do research.  We are actrive in Church (LDS) and our local community.  We spend summers in the Uintah mountains in Utah. 

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LaNeal Anderson (Livingston)
Knoxville TN Married 4
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Robert Burton Ward
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Carmel CA Architect/Educator Married 5


Ah, the fascination... the curiosity... the self measuring... the reflection...
How did he turn out? Where is she now? 
The long past feelings, the hopes and fears of high school...
The excitement and wonder of the future just waiting ahead...
It was so long ago and far away.
Still, pleasures and stings feel like yesterday.
But yet...
So different from now.
We see the tragedies of early passing-ons,  
Leaving longings to know fragments, facts, and circumstances.
Ultimate sacrifices in Viet Nam by friends that cut off bright promised futures,
Juxtaposed with blessings of fortune upon others, judged by us, back then, as not quite worthy.
We cannot avoid the imaginings.
What would have happened, if I knew then..?

Susan Sigrid Larsen, who dazzled me in my second year at Stanford, and I have been together over 48 years now. 

Yes, I raised a lot of hell, made my share of mistakes, and I am still rocking the boat, making conventional people uncomfortable... 

But, the Church is the rock which centers my life, and has anchored my family for generations.
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