Friday, November 30, 2007

Wayne Weber

Well, after high school I went on a mission. After my mission I went to BYU-I to finish my wielding degree and pursue law enforcement. I went to ISU and graduated in law enforcement and now work for Discover Card in Utah. I have a wonder girlfriend that I love. That is about all I've been doing with my live after high school.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Brian Thomas

Wow, 10years and here I am still in school. After Graduation I went to Utah State for a year. Then I left on a mission for two years to New Jersey. After arriving home I went back to school at Utah State studying biology. I met my wife Elizabeth Gill during my first year at USU and we were friends from then on. About a year after my mission I was finally brave enough to ask her out. We were married about 6months later (Dec 2002) in the IF temple. The next summer we went to Haiti to work in orphanages. There we both developed a great love for the kids we cared for, and a real appreciation for electricity and running water. When I finally graduated from USU 2005 I moved on to medical school at Dartmouth and we've been living here in New Hampshire for the last 2 ½ years. Our 18month old daughter Callie was born at the end of my first year of med school. We are expecting our second (a boy) in mid January. I just have 1 ½ years left in medical school and then we’ll go somewhere else for residency in orthopedic surgery, or pathology, or whatever I finally decide on.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Josiah Bigelow

Since Ty Hall was the first guy to post, the pressure is off. What is up ! Life is good. After graduating which was a miracle in and of itself..... no thanks to Mr. Abraham. I served a mission in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. It was amazing ! I loved those little brown people. But like many good things that ended. I decided to build homes for a living. It's pretty cool I guess. I've attached a link of all the homes I have available for those of you who want so desperately to move back to Rigby. I'm totally kidding. So one day I went up to BYU-I to find a wife, and there she was. Standing on about the fifty yard line during an outdoor concert. What a beauty, somehow between July and December of 2002 I convinced Miss Angie Powell from Boise to marry me. I tend to think it was more trickery than convincing. Regardless she is the coolest girl ever, and the light of my life. I know mushy. We lived in the large town of Iona for three years were our little Braxton was born. He is a wild man, I have no idea were he gets it, he is three so I guess he's entitled. Finally after missing Rigby so much we made the eight mile move were we currently live. It's great to be back. New house so new baby right. In March little Mr. Dawson was born. I call him Ball because he has such a roly poly appearance and a Huge head. Also we are expecting another due around the end of July. We're so excited, if I'm not at the reunion then we'll probably be at the hospital. We love being parents and our two little men. We also love long walks on the beach, 80's love songs, sunsets... wait a minute this sounds like a desperate personal ad. For the record I have never placed one..... We do enjoy traveling, eating, scrabble, and just kickin it with family and friends. Were excited for the reunion. Take care

Monday, November 26, 2007

Stephenie Bennett Markham

After Graduation I went to Byu-Idaho Majoring in Elementary Education.I had the opportunity to go to Washington state twice to do part of my schooling. The first time I went and lived on Vashon Island and taught in Tacoma. A few years later I went back to Washington to do my student teaching, and taught in the same school district. I love Washington! I graduated with my Bachelors in April 2005. I met my husband Robin Markham while I was doing my student teaching. We were married in the Salt Lake City Temple August 18, 2005. I moved back to Washington and substitute for a year. August 11,2006 we had our little girl Kenidee Luana. She is now 15 months old and BUSY! We moved to Rexburg in April, for Robin to go to school. I now stay home with Kenidee and design wedding albums from home. I love being able to be home and work. I can't wait to see what everyone has been up to.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Amy Harris

Wow! It’s hard to believe that ten years have come and gone! After high school, I moved to Arizona to live with my sister for a summer, and then returned to Logan, UT and attended Utah State. I kept myself on a strict, fast-paced 7 year program! In that time, however, I served an LDS mission in Chicago. After coming home, I returned to Utah State and began attending an institute class from my mission president where I met my husband, Steve. Yes, we did serve in the same mission, but did not “meet” in the mission! We got married that summer and moved to Montana for a while to work. We returned in the fall to Utah State, when it really set in that my husband only had one semester of school done! Long road ahead! I graduated from there in 2005, and we then transferred to BYU-I for Steve to finish. He graduated April of 2007, and this past summer we moved to Salt Lake for him to attend law school at the “U.” So, in this long road, we now fall somewhere in the middle! I am currently working in Park City for Rossignol/Dynastar, and loving the mountains! We’re not sure on where we want to end up, Steve says Idaho, and I tell him he’s crazy! Let’s just say he’s converted to the west coast after growing up in New York.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Josh Blackson

Hi everyone, After High School I went to Ricks for a year then on a mission to Londrina, Brazil. After my mission I met my wife, Elena, at BYU-Idaho. We were married May 10, 2002 in the Idaho Falls Temple. We then went to ISU where I graduated with an accounting and finance degrees. We now live in Medford, Oregon where I work for Lithia Motors as an internal auditor. We have two boys, Calvin age 4 and Kyle age 1.