December 17, 2014
STEVE AND KAREN (FONNESBECK) REEDER
On Dec. 17, 2014, Steve and Karen (Fonnesbeck) Reeder will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. They met at Utah State University in 1962. Dating off and on, they planned to be married upon graduation. However, love couldn’t wait and they were married Dec. 17, 1964. They graduated from USU in 1965, and were sealed in the Logan LDS Temple in 1966.
Job opportunities took them to cities in Utah, Washington, California, Texas and Canada. In 1980, they settled in Weston to farm and raise their children. They established Trails West Trailers Manufacturing in Preston in 1987. Karen also taught English at West Side High School.
Steve and Karen have served in most LDS ward and stake organizations. In the 1980s, Steve was the Weston Second Ward bishop. They’ve also served on various community boards and foundations. Steve enjoys riding horses, hunting, four-wheeling and snowmobiling. Karen enjoys music, reading, writing and gardening.
In 2007, Steve and Karen moved to Thatcher and are surrounded by many wonderful neighbors and friends.
They have five children, Camille (Brooks) Keller and Jon (Cindee) Reeder of Weston, Idaho; Kayla (David) Roberts of Fairview, Idaho; Amy (Kevin) Callahan of Shelley, Idaho; and Ryan (Heidi) Reeder of Kaysville, Utah. They have 20 grandchildren.
Our parents are a great team and true examples of love, hard work, and generosity. Through the years, they’ve quietly fulfilled many kind deeds – a firm testament to these qualities. We’ll celebrate their 50 years together as a family. We love you, Mom and Dad!
December 3, 2014
ARLO M. and JUDITH ANN (PETERSEN) LARSEN
Mr. Arlo M. and Judith Ann (Petersen) Larsen will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Dec. 4, 2014. Arlo first saw Judy as she played the organ at church. He was smitten! Arlo was a widower with a young four-year-old son. Would this beautiful young woman agree to date him? Yes! Yes, she would! They dated, taking along little Kevin some of the time. After a couple of outings Kevin decided he had waited long enough. “Are you going to be my new Mommy?” he whispered into Judy’s ear. That was the beginning of 50 years of devoted service to family, church and community.
Judy worked over 50 years as a Registered Nurse, while Arlo worked nearly 50 years in law enforcement. It is quite possible, that between the two of them, everyone in and around Preston has been helped by them in some way. Please join our family in celebrating and wishing them well on their Golden Anniversary! We Love You, Mom and Dad!! XOXOXO
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