Friday, June 18, 2010

Amy (Behunin) DeHaan

After high school I went to Weber State to play softball. After a few job changes and changes in my major I finished my associate’s at Weber and transferred to the University of Phoenix where I now work to get my undergraduate in Healthcare Administration. A co-worker of mine set me up on a blind date with her son shortly after starting work at Phoenix. About a year later I got married to my wonderful husband, Mark, in the spring of 2007 and we just had our first baby: a beautiful boy we named Paul last March. I guess blind dates do work out sometimes :) This last November, Mark and I finished our Masters in Business Administration together at the University of Phoenix and were able to participate in the commencement ceremony last May where I was able to sing the National Anthem with my sister.

I now live in Lehi, UT. It’s a nice little town that reminds me very much of Kaysville. They even have a little small town theater on Main Street in American Fork :) I still love to play softball and Mark is teaching me to convert my swing into a golf swing now. I am looking forward to many more adventures now that school is out and we have started our little family.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Kate (Sadler) Lovett

After graduating from Davis, I attended BYU, where I graduated with a B.S. in Biochemistry in August 2009. I met my husband, Alexander, at BYU during a fire alarm when they evacuated the testing center. We were married approximately 11 months later, in December 2009. I currently attend the University of Utah, where I am pursuing a PhD. in Human Genetics; my dissertation project is on bacterial genetics and translational recoding. Alexander is a senior at BYU, studying Civil Engineering. My husband and I live in American Fork, Utah.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Shelly Pace

In the Spring of 2008, I graduated with a double bachelors degree in Psychology and Sociology from Weber State University. Since then, I've proven that the true joy to life is not paying rent by living with my parents. I've successfully rejected each marriage proposal to my delight, and seek many more years before I crumble under the pressure to get married. The true highlight of my post high school life was kissing Wayne Newton. I work for the post office because working a job applicable to my degrees would be silly. I'm excited to show off my unremarkable life at the reunion on Friday.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Two more days for early registration!

Only two more days for early registration prices! If you're planning on coming to the reunion, don't miss the reduced price deadline; be sure to buy your tickets by this Friday, June 11.

Prices are now as follows:
Before June 11 - *$12 per person/$24 per couple
Admission Only - $5 per person/$10 per couple

At the door (Cash only) - $16 per person/$32 per couple
Admission Only - $7 per person/$14 per couple

*Couple/Single Tickets include: Costa Vida dinner and admission.

Purchase tickets through PayPal on the right sidebar of this page.

Come see what everyone is up to and be sure to spread the word, we want as many to come as we can! See you all next Friday!

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Early Registration Extended to June 11!

Thank you to those of you who have already purchased tickets for our 5 Year Reunion. For those who haven’t, we’re giving you a little more time – early registration has been extended to June 11.

Prices are now as follows:
Before June 11 - $12 per person/$24 per couple
Admission Only - $5 per person/$10 per couple

At the door (Cash only) - $16 per person/$32 per couple
Admission Only - $7 per person/$14 per couple

Purchase tickets through PayPal on the right sidebar of this page.

There have been some concerns expressed about the cost of the reunion. Unfortunately, in order to cover overhead costs and have funds for future reunions we need to charge for this one. If you would like to attend and forgo dinner you are welcome to select the “Admission Only” option for a lower price.

Hope to see you all there!

James Ferry

Since High School I recently started attending ITT Technical Institute's School of Criminal Justice in Murray, UT. I am scheduled to graduate with my A.A.S in 12 weeks. I met my beautiful wife Jenna in the fall of 2005 and dated her for exactly 2 years to the day. We got married on August 27, 2007 and continue to share our love today. We are currently still living in Kaysville City, home to Davis High School. NO KIDS yet, as much as I want them me and my wife both promised each other that we would wait until after college. Right now I am working as a Senior Care Associate for Elderly people. There so much fun to be around but sometimes the job can be messy. Congratulations to all of you. I look forward to seeing you all on June 18th. I paid my 12 dollars. Did you?

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Angela (Jenson) Applonie

After High School I attended Weber State University and graduated in Nursing. I met my husband, Nick, for the first time while I was in High School, one day while out to lunch with friends. (He is cousins with my friend Bret Applonie who graduated a year ahead of us.) I have been married for 3 years now! We welcomed our little boy, Cohen, in April 2009.
I work one day a week for the University of Utah and spend the rest of my days chasing crazy Cohen around everywhere. We recently sold our Condo in Clearfield and are building a home in West Point! SO excited to finally have a yard for my little man to play in! Great neighborhood if anyone wants to come join us! :) TIME IS FLYING BY WAY TOO FAST!!!