Brief update on life since leaving Tooele High School:
Shortly after graduating from Tooele High School I married
Richard Gregrich. I was working for First Security Bank, while
he finished his last year at the Univeristy of Utah. He then
entered the Air Force and we traveled to San Antonio Texas,
Moultrie Georgia, and Cheyenne Wyoming.
In between Richard's tour of Georgia and Cheyenne, he had to serve
a year in Korea. I stayed with my parents, as I was expecting
our daughter (Diane). She was born at Tooele Army Depot Hospital.
When Richard completed his tour with the Air Force we returned to
Tooele. Suzanne, our second daughter, was born in 1959. I went
back to work for First Security Bank until I was hired at Tooele
Army Depot. I worked for Finance & Accounting until I retired in
Feb 1993 (with 22 years service).
Our daughter Diane married a Tooele boy (Von Miller). They have
one son (Jeff), who graduated from the University of Utah in
May 2001. He will be entering Medical School this year.
Suzanne married Tom Edmundson, who was a major in the Army. They
were stationed at several military bases, so we were able to visit
them in Georgia (where Erika was born), Minnesota, Texas and Germany.
Again we were able to play on many more beautiful golf courses.
While in Germany, they took us on a tour thru Germany, Switzerland,
France, Austria and Italy. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Venice, the
Vatican and the Cathedral were the most inspirational for me.
Natalie, Suzanne's second child, was born in Germany, so I was
fortunate enough to take a second trip over there and spend one
month with her. Tom is retired now, so they settled in Tooele.
Cole is their youngest (5).
Three years ago Richard and I built a new home in Stansbury (on the
golf course), so naturally you can guess where I spend most of my
time. I play in many Ladies State Golf Tournaments, and in September
2001, I was lucky enough to win first place in the Super Senior
Tournament, played on Valley View Golf Course (score of 87).
Approximately 50 women over age 65 entered. I guess getting old
has its advantages at times. HA! HA!