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Page 6 The Ogden Valley news Volume XIV Issue XVI June 1, 2007 Announcements Births Obituaries Weddings Katie M. Kidd Grounds Ryan Porter Judd Ryan Porter Judd was born March 5, 2007 at 10:45 a.m. to Casey and Haley Judd of Nibley, Utah. He weighed 7 lbs. 12 oz. and was 20 inches long. Proud grandparents are Connie and Paul Judd of Liberty. His proud brother is Owen. Shandel and Seth Hadlock Gay – Hadlock Missionaries Elder Clinton Glen Calder, son of Glen and Meridee Maw Calder of Huntsville, has been called to serve in the France Toulouse Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He will enter the Missionary Training Center on May 30. Elder Corey Grant Calder son of Glen and Meridee Maw Calder of Huntsville, has been called to serve in the Italy Milan Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He will enter the Missionary Training Center on May 30. Returning Missionaries Elder Wendell Verl Creager, son of Verl and Gaye Creager of Eden, has returned from serving in the Mexico Monterrey East Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints. Shandel Gay and Seth Hadlock were united in marriage on May 19 at the Timbermine Restaurant & Steak House, where a reception was held in their honor. The ceremony was officiated by Bishop Marty Stephens. She chose Shannon R. Nielsen as her maid of honor. Carsen Gay and Ashley Owens were her bridesmaids. Flower girls were Kash Gay and London Owens. Wyatt Hadlock performed the duties of best man. Groomsmen were Brandon Gay and Michael Owens. The bride is the daughter of Steve and Anna Gay of Farr West. She plans to graduate in December from Weber State University with a degree in English and a minor in Spanish. She is employed at WSU. Parents of the bridegroom are Bill and Jami Hadlock of Liberty. He attends WSU, majoring in art and is employed at Browning Ranch. The new couple will live in Liberty after their honeymoon to San Francisco. Custom Moutain Home - “IDYLLIC LOCATION” Green Hills Country Estates ~ 9435 E. Kelley Drive, Huntsville Compare to Sun Valley, ID & Park City, UT w/ fewer people and half the price. Plus you get much more for your $$$. 3125 sq.ft. home, 5 BD, 3 BA, oversized garage 2.66 Acres, 4 stall barn with tack room, riding arenas, and fenced corral. 1300 acre private community. Equestrian, hiking, & riding trails. Pristine views of mountains and lake. Unbelievable buy at $539,000 - $173 sq.ft. - Can’t build new at this price. Surrounding lots are $239,00-$550,000 and homes up to $1,825,000. MLS#673625. Call today to see this home. Lunt Realty ~ Lexie Lunt ~ 801-698-2651 Mobile Katie M. Kidd Grounds, 95, of Aiken, formerly of Kineaid, and Scott Depot, West Virginia, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, May 3, 2007 at the Aiken Regional Medical Centers in Aiken. Born April 23, 1912 at Vaneta, West Virginia, she was the daughter of the late Ira Kidd and Olllie Snodgrass Kidd Wade. Mrs. Grounds was a member of the Church of God, Scott Depot, WV. She graduated with honors from Morris Harvey College in Charleston, WV. She was preceded in death by her husband, Alfred Cannon Grounds St; a son, Ronnie C. Ground; and 12 brothers and sisters. Survivors include two sons, Alred C. Grounds Jr. and wife Kathy of Magnolia Springs, AL, and Kenneth Grounds and wife Elaine of Robertsdale, AK; three daughters, Patricia L. (Benjamin) Franklin of Aiken, Janet (Jack) Reed of Aiken, and Marilyn R. (Kenneth) Brooks of Ogden; granddaughter Jen-Anne Erickson of Eden; and three great grandchildren: Scott, Michelle, and Alicia; and grandson Richard Graves of Ogden. Services were held May 8, 2007 in Oak Hill, West Virginia. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Christ Central Mission of Aiken, 3605 Richland Ave., W. Aiken, SC 29801. Kurt Hirschmann Kurt Hirschmann, husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather passed away peacefully on Mother’s Day, Sunday May 13, 2007. He was born in Vienna, Austria, June 13, 1921 to Konrad and Aloisia Hirschmann. He married Johanna Dittrich in Haag am Hausruck, Austria December 12, 1942. They were later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. He is survived by his wife, Johanna; his daughters Gerlinde B r a u n b e rg e r, of St. George, Edeltraud ( T r u d i ) Wangsgard of South Ogden; his seven grandchildren, Kris, Kreg, Kerry, Kurt Hirschmann Kamie, Todd, Tammi, and Tyler; 23 great-grandchildren; his brother Wilhelm, Vienna, Austria; and one sister, Irmgard Duennebeil of Sandy. He was preceded in death by his parents Konrad and Aloisia; and one granddaughter Lisa Mae. Kurt was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held several positions in the Church. He had a deep love for the gospel. He served on the Russian Front in World War II and received a metal of honor for bravery for saving two infantry soldier’s lives. Eleven years after the war he immigrated with his family to Ogden where he lived until his death. He experienced financial hardships, as well as ridicule from many of his coworkers and others during his lifetime, but he carried on for the sake of his family. He retired from the Southern Pacific Railroad as one of their top machinists. He was very inventive, artistic, and had a great love for music, art, and poetry. He wrote many beautiful poetry pieces and was often commissioned to create oil paintings for family, friends, and other art lovers. He loved the outdoors, nature, beautiful gardens, and especially the mountains. While still living in Austria, he designed and built a washing machine for his wife at a time when most people did not have washing OBITUARIES cont. on page 7 Please send your announcements & photos to: Ogden Valley news P O BOX 130 eden UT 84310 Announcements are placed free of charge.