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    Sharon C. Odell Obituary
    May 16, 1953 ~ October 21, 2015
    Our wonderful mother, wife and Silver Springs neighbor, Sharon Casey Odell of Park City, UT passed away suddenly and far too early at the age of 62 on October 21st, 2015.  Burial at Heber City Cemetery, 500 North 550 East.
    She was born on May 16th, 1953 in San Francisco, California. She attended Stanford University where she met her husband, Timothy W. Odell in their freshman dormitory. They were married June 15th, 1980 and had three children: Ian, Katie, and Erin. She is survived by her husband, three children, two grandchildren: Eleanor and Mercedes Odell, and three brothers: Michael, James, and Richard Casey.
    Sharon was an avid masters swimmer and coach for many years. Her swimming performance was hindered by a major stroke in 2012 followed by a difficult yet remarkable recovery.  She raised three successful and well-balanced children. She devoted her time to taking care of her dogs Daisy and Rosie as well as the animals at Petco at Kimball Junction. She also enjoyed her work on the Snyderville Basin Recreation Board in planning the trail system around Kimball Junction and the pool at Ecker Hill Middle School.

    The lovely Odell home (formerly Dale & Marilyn Boschetto’s home) on Willow Loop has been sold.  Dr. Tim has moved near the Swaner Preserve, on the north side of I-80, into Mike Barnes’ development, Trout Creek Townhomes.  We will miss our wonderful Odell neighbors.

    December 30, 1959 – October 10, 2014
    Chuck was a longtime resident of Silver Springs Community. He had a successful career as  a
    United States Air Force Captain. Upon retirement from the service he became a
    Delta Air Lines Captain. He had an absolute love of life.He is survived by his mother, Phylis Wagner, brother Brian Wagner, daughter Codi, son Bo, and fiancée Linda Sherry.Cause of death has not been determined.A celebration of life service will be held on Friday, Oct. 17, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at the Park City Community United Methodist Church, 4501 N Hwy 224 Park City, Utah.

    Kotsenburg wins ESPYSage Kotsenburg of Silver Springs, who opened the Olympics winning gold in slopestyle snowboarding’s debut, won Best Male U.S. Olympian at the ESPY awards on July 17,
    2014. Two other USSA athletes honored at ceremony included Joss Christensen
    (Park City), and Ted Ligety (grew up in Silver Springs) also received nominations.
    The USSA played a key role in advancing new events like slopestyle into the Olympics.

    Bruce-Booher-obit-4-1-2014Bruce Reed “Pete” Booher 
    12/16/1935 to 4/1/2014Palm Desert, Calif. – Bruce “Pete” Booher died from pancreatic cancer on April 1, 2014, at his winter residence in Palm Desert. His home was in Silver Springs SLS-60.
    Pete was a Marine F-4 pilot, flying 208 combat missions in Vietnam, leaving the Marine Corps as a Major after 13 years. He then flew for the former Western Airlines, merging with Delta where he retired as a Captain in 1996.
    He leaves his wife, the former Maryann Thompson, whom he married in 2014.  He leaves former wives, Carol Massie Booher Haynes and Dianne Cunningham Booher . His companion for ten years, Kristi Williamson, died in 2005. He leaves a son, Craig Booher; daughter, his loving care giver at the end of his life, Cheryl Bebka; step-daughter, Stephanie McManus; and brother, Tom Booher;  a nephew in Salt Lake City.  There are no funeral services.

    US Olympians Visit USA House
    In 2013 Ted became the first skier to earn three gold medals at a single world championship since Jean Claude Killy in 1968.
    Ted ‘Shred’ Ligety won gold February 19, 2014 at the Sochi, Russia Olympics Games on the giant slalom  with a dominating performance Wednesday 2/19/2014, becoming the first American man to win two Olympic gold medals in Alpine skiing.   Leading after the first run, Ligety sped down the Rosa Khutor course in a two-leg combined time of 2 minutes, 45.29 seconds.
    Ted Ligety is a Silver Springs native son and one of the greatest giant slalom racers of all time.
    He skied in four Olympic Games: 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018.  Ted won gold medals in 2006 and 2014. and won five world championship titles.

    2014 Olympic Snowboarding
    Sage Kotsenburg tamed the treacherous slopestyle course at the Extreme Park on
    Saturday, grabbing the first gold medal of the Sochi Olympics and the first gold medal
    in 62 years that the USA has won during the Olympic games.. And he did it with a run
    that left the 20-year-old American who talks like a surfer and rides like a purist
    momentarily stunned in disbelief….Kotsenburg’s soulful first run in the finals ended with
    a score of 93.50 that held up over the next 30 minutes as the rest of the field’s dozen
    riders failed to catch the laid-back Park City resident… Kotsenburg expressed his
    excitement on Twitter, posting the Olympic rings created with onion rings, and
    thanked fans for their support.  Kobe Bryant was party to posting a medal made of bacon.
    “WOW!! I just won the Olympics!! Bringing back the first Gold here to the USA! Love seeing
    all the support from everyone YOU RULE!!”- sage kotsenburg(@sagekotsenburg)Sage Kotsenburg wins final Slope Style event at PCMR to earn trip to Sochi.

    01/18/2014  Then wins the first gold medal of the Sochi games.
    This is the first time in 62 years the U.S.A. won the first gold of the Winter Games.
    The Kotsenburg trio, seventeen-year old Kirra Kotsenburg (SLS-65) took
    Third place on November 15, 2013 at the FIS Europa Cup Slopestyle event in
    Landgraaf, Netherlands.   Her brother, Sage Kotsenburg,  is also a snowboard
    competitor who won a Red Bull Supernatural wild card nod at the
    Winter X Games 2012. Sage is one of the newest members of the
    U.S. Snowboarding Slopestyle Pro Team. Older brother, Blaze,
    can been seen at: http://nitrousa.com/rider/blaze-kotsenburg
    See Kirra’s stats on the World Snowboard Tour at:
    http://www.worldsnowboardtour.com/riders/kirra-kotsenburgSee Sage’s stats on the Snowboarder.eu site:


    Park City Treble Makers, an elite all women group of 16 singers,
    includes our own Jan Zinn.
    This newly minted group will be performing
    throughout the Christmas season at the Park City Ice Arena or
    Santa’s arrival, also at the People’s Health Clinic volunteer
    Christmas party, and along Main Street the weekend before
    Christmas, and at other venues.  Look for Jan and give her a wave and thumbs up!
    Jan was elected to the SSSF HOA board in 2008 and has served in various

    Rob Follett (SLS-160) co-owner, with Deborah DeKoff, of
    Park City  Photographers, will host a Park City Branch
    of the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk on Saturday, October 5,
    2013. The event is free and open to the public.  MoreRobFollett-2012
    information is available at www.worldwidephotowalk.com.
    or www.parkcityphotographers.com
    Rob has contributed to this website several excellent photos of
    our Silver Springs Community.


    New neighbors on N. East Meadows Drive, Mark  & Julie Chi Mai
    Rodeheaver.  Mark works at Park City Real Estate as
    principal for Montage Hotels and Resorts in Deer Valley.
    Mark went to school at Cornell and hails from Tennessee.
    Active in the community and a father of two.
    Mark can be found attending meetings at KPCW, running the
    local trails, tele-skiing, golfing or skating the parks with his 5 year old son. (SS-82-2, Lot 113)

    Robert-Hilder-2012Robert K. Hilder (SLS-147) announced he plans to run for
    Summit County Attorney in 2014.  Hilder (born 5/15/1949)
    was a Third Judicial District Court Judge. a district that
    consists of Salt Lake, Summit, and Tooele counties.
    Hilder received his bachelor’s degree from the
    University of Utah where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
    In 1984 he received his J.D. degree from the University of
    Utah College of Law, where he served on the Utah Law
    Review. Hilder worked part-time at the Salt Lake City law
    firm of Christensen & Jensen as a clerk during law school.  After graduating he joined the firm practicing civil litigation and eventually working his way up to managing director of the law firm.  Hilder taught pretrial practice as an adjunct professor at the S.J. Quinney College of Law. Hilder was appointed to the Third Judicial District Court on August 1,1995 by Governor Michael O. Leavitt.  Hilder has been called “one of the kindest, most compassionate, gentlest people to sit on the bench.” Hilder was nominated in 2008 by Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. to be appointed to the Utah Court of Appeals.  In 2010 the Utah State Bar awarded Hilder with the 2010 Judge of the Year Award.

    Mitt and Ann Romney are back in Park City!  In September 2013 they
    purchased a home on Silver Lake Drive. Around the same time their
    son Tagg purchased a home off Old Ranch Road west of Copper Moose
    Farms.  Nice to have more of the Romney family nearby.

    2013-08-10-Anna-LillquistSilver Springs resident, Anna Lillquist, 23, was named the
    2013 Self Advocate of the Year this August by the Utah
    Developmental Disabilities Council.  Anna was diagnosed
    with cerebral palsy at 14 months of age.  The Lillquist
    family researched the best developmentally disabled
    programs and learned Park City was the place for them.
    They moved from Colorado to Silver Springs.  The Utah Council cited Lillquist’s outstanding service as past
    president and board member of the PC chapter of “People First” and her
    accomplishments on behalf of the greater disability community when
    announcing her award.

    Kristian-Mulhollland-2013-AugKristian Mulholland (SLS-169)
    defended his title as
    Park City Standup Paddle- boarding
    winner at the Jordanelle Reservoir
    this August 2013. Kristian
    has served as a member of the
    Silver Springs Single
    Family Board of Trustees.
    He works as a development
    engineer for Iron Mountain Associates
    at The Colony.

    2013- July - Sammy Burke and Boston Terrier Scooter

    2013-6-25 Obituary for E. Shirley Sargent 1927-2013
    Shirley Sargent resided in SouthShore across the street from the lake park. She was
    born and raised in Rockport and graduated from North Summit High School.
    Shirley married William Copley Sargent.  They raised four children
    who provided her dearly loved 10 grandchildren and 22 great- grandchildren.
    Shirley worked on the Executive Board of the Abravanel Hall Symphony Guild and
    on the Salt Lake Council of Women.  We will greatly miss our lovely neighbor.

    2013-May 25 Washington and Harsch need donors

    Northshore residents Mike and Jane Washington’s son Andy, and former
    Little Lake at Silver Springs resident Billie Harsch both have forms of lymphoma
    cancer and both are in need of stem-cell transplants. Billie is in full remission and
    now needs a bone marrow transplant.  Andy is not yet in remission
    but two matches have been found in Seattle.
    If you would like his email address contact this webmaster or the Washingtons.
    The Park City Medical Center at Quinn’s Junction can take your registration
    to become a bone marrow donor, a quick form filled out and a cheek swab to
    collect saliva.  Donors must be between 18 and 44 years of age.  The Be The Match
    Foundation is the national registry  matching donors for those who
    need such transplants. Donors can also sign the registry online at www.marrow.org.
    UPDATE:  Our dear friend, Billie Harsh passed away from a heart attack
    while at her doctor’s office.   This occurred  on Tuesday, October 28, 2014.

    Second Annual Silver Queen Derby, a benefit for the People’s Health Clinic held on
    July 14, 2012 at Stein Eriksen Lodge.  Event co-chair is Sharon Mardula, former
    Silver Springs Lake Front Court Lot 44 resident with an OES named Zoe.

    2012-06-23 Lillian Early married Kiran Farris
    2012-06-23 Lillian Early married Kiran Farris Some may remember David ,
    Tina (Christine), and little Lilly lived in SLS-50 from 1986 to 2002.

    Sue Boyle is Sherry Boyle Hardman’s mom.  Sherry’s father, Gary Boyle, was the
    bishop/ecclesiastical leader in this area for many years.  Sherry & Scott Hardman
    lived in SLS-36.  Jen Hardman now works as a special events reporter
    for KSL-TV News.  Scott’s brother Mike Hardman and his wife Teresa lived in SLS-47,
    then later in SLS-103.   Scott and Mike’s sister Julie Hardman Pearce lived in SLS-36,
    after Sherry and Scott moved  out of our neighborhood.  Around 1987 Julie &
    Dick Pearce lived in SLS-110.
    Their parents Vern and Virginia Hardman –SLS-157– were the original planners
    and builders of  Silver Springs. Lots of Hardman children spent happy days
    in our Silver Springs Community.

    2012 June 21 Clayton Pike Karz
    This little news is included for neighbors who know our former neighbors
    Rob and Linda Karz (SLS-54) and their parents Bob P. and Pat Karz (SLS-36)
    who all were residents in Silver Springs SF. Daddy Clay Karz and his sisters
    all grew up in our neighborhood.

    2012 April 14 Jim Harsch PC Museum docent2012 April 9 Sandberg and Peasley Obits 2012 April 6 Bob Marsh Inducted into Hall of Fame
    Bob Marsh is a resident of NorthShore

     1944 to 2012 Gene Timmons Obituary
    Gene & Barb Timmons were dearly-loved early residents at 4915 Silver Springs Road

    Sam-Mason Sam Mason won the State chess competition at the University of Utah for his
    age group for the third consecutive year.  Mason was the only player to go undefeated
    out of 80 players in his age group.  Sam Mason is a sixth grade student
    at Ecker Hill MS.  He and his family were former residents of Quail Meadows Condos
    and now live in Ranch Place. His father Tony Mason serves on the
    board of the Quail Meadows HOA.

    2011 Aug 21 Robert K. Hilder starts new chapter

    2011 July 9 Matt Lindon on ‘long ski vacation’
    2011 July 2 – SSSF resident Matt Lindon wants “civility” Matt now works for
    Park City based Loughlin Water Associates, a water resource consultant firm.

    2011 July 1 Grant Wartena Obituary
    The Wartena’s owned GID Construction (Get It Done!). They built a number of homes
    in the Silver Springs Community and lived in at least two of them, SLS-41 and SLS-146.2011 June 29 – NorthShore resident George Koblasa and Peter Falk
    “Just One More Thing”

    2011 June 11 Jim Fleming picked top teacher2011 May 7 Casey Picillo playoff-clinching victory2011-Feb-16-Citizen: Rob A. Youngberg found and returned wallet
    SSSF long-time former resident Rob A. Youngberg returns wallet.

    2011-Feb-16-Citizen: don’t back down - Chris Hague

    2011-Feb. 16 – SSSF Citizen: Don’t back down

    2011-Feb-5-Schlopy has Midas touch

    SSSF resident Alex Schlopy – Read Schlopy-style 18 year old wins two gold medals2011-Feb-5-Schlopy-style 18 year old wins two gold medals

    2011- January - Bronson Todd Eagle Scout project

    You can donate CD’s until the end of March 2011. Bronson is the son of
    Michael and Alyce Todd of SouthShore

    2011-Jan-12-Cindi Robinson- Get help applying for universities
    SSSF resident Gives help applying for universities

    2011- Willow Creek Park hockey2010-Dec-15-McMuillin picked to lead FOA
    McMullin is a resident of SouthShore.

    2010 - Dec 14 - Ligety wins World Cup again, Val d’Isere, France
    December 14, 2010 http://www.parkrecord.com/rss/ci_16858173?source=rss
    December 19, 2010 Alta Badia, Italy

    December 20, 2010 Ligety wins Third Giant Slalom
    February 18, 2011 Ligety win GS World Cup Title in Germany
    2010- Dec 8 - A very giddy Ligety wins World Cup in Beaver Creek, Colorado

    2010 - Nov 17 - Eagle Scouts recognized at NAC
    Parker Archer is a resident of SSSF

    2010- Nov 11 - Veterans Day Observance - Alan Durfee
    Alan Durfee is a Silver Springs Ptarmigan resident

    2010- July 27 - Edward Pouquette -1918-2010
    NorthShore former resident. 2010 - July 7 - David Winegar Goats

    2010 - June 13, 1970 Tafuri Anniversary
    Bill & Karen have lived in SSSF since May of 1985. Bill is a geologist, Karen is an investment broker.

    2010 - June 2 Chris Bach and EarthWell
    Chris Bachman is a new 2009 resident of SSSF, in 2010
    married Carina and her 3 daughters.

    2010 - May 1 - Michael Turner scores Miners’ 4th goal

    May 1, 2010 Park Record page B-2

    2010 April-28-Charlie Reynolds -Skier of the Year
    Read Park Record Article on April 28, 2010 Page B-2

    2010 - March 13 - Nikki Stone Spencer
    North Shore Resident

    2010 - March - Sam DuPratt - WBW resident20100317 Corroon with Silver Springs neighbors, McMullin and Richer at Kimball Junction2010 March - Bode Miller home in NorthShore for sale
    During the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics Bode Miller won
    a gold, a silver and a bronze medal.

    Parkite Tom Minahan has 35 years of experience as a job recruiter,
    and several years prior to those finding jobs of his own.  Tom and
    his wife, Lucy Minahan have lived in Silver Springs in Quail
    Meadows since 1998.  For the past 10 years he’d been thinking of writing a book
    about all the insider trade secrets he knows about what makes a“Its Your Job to Lose” by Tom Minahan
    resume stand out, or a candidate nail an interview. In January
    2009, seeing people all around him loose and look for jobs, he decided to
    start typing.  The result is an ebook titled, “It’s Your Job to Lose.” The idea for
    the title came from all the times he remembered candidates killing their own
    chances by something dumb they did or said. In his view, the candidate that
    gets the job is the one who commits the fewest faux pas.
    The cost is $10 and the book is available through his Web site www.yourjobtolose.com .
    He chose the ebook format because it’s a faster way to get ideas to the public. Considering
    the current economy, the demand for his ideas is strongest now. For more information on
    Minahan and the book visit yourjobtolose.com.
    To read the full article visit http://www.parkrecord.com/ci_14711333

    OBITUARY FOR ROBERT ERICKSONRobert E. Erickson 1921~2010 Colonel USAF Retired,of Litchfield Park, Arizona, passed away in Mesa, Arizona on March 10th,2010.  Bob was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on Jan 21,1921 to Robert T. and Marie Erickson. He graduated from South High School and attended BYU and the University of Utah where he played football and basketball.
    Bob enlisted in the U.S.A.A.C.,  graduating in class 43D. He was sent to England to fly P-38s and P-51s. He had four and half confirmed and 12 probable enemy aircraft. He survived three shoot downs.  Bob made a career in the USAF for almost 34 years through World War II, Korea and Vietnam, flying most of the fighters of his time with almost 9000 hours of flight time.
    Bob retired in 1975 with the rank of Colonel. Bob was preceded in death by parents, brother William, sister Barbara and by his wife and High School Sweetheart Barbara L (Pass) Erickson. Bob was a shining example of perseverance and devotion to his family, friends and country. Everyone who met and loved Bob will carry with them memories of his warm smile, kind heart and generous spirit. Bob and his wife owned a home in Silver Springs, Park City, Utah since 2001.
    He is survived by his spouse, Rebecca Page Erickson, son Michael (Carolyn), daughters Judi Beck (Dennis), Susan Barrett, and son Robert (Debbie). Grandchildren: Glenn (Rhonda), James (Nicolette) and Michael (Noelle) Herderick, Tim (Amy) and Tom (Natalie) Beck, Karen Barrett, Christy and Amanda Erickson. He is also survived by 10 great grandchildren.Services will be held at the LDS Sun City Ward, 13014 N 108th Ave (one block south of Grand Ave) on Monday March 8th with viewing from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. followed by services at 11:00 a.m.
    Graveside services will be 2:00 p.m. at Sunland Memorial Park, 15826 Del Webb Blvd, Sun City. In lieu of flowers please send donations to Hospice of the Valley, 6063 E Arbor Ave. Mesa, AZ. 85206. Published in Salt Lake Tribune on March 7, 2010

    2010 - May 15 - Iris Durfee - Ptarmigan residentEXCELLENT TEACHER AWARD  FOR


    May 15, 2010 Iris Durfee was awarded the  Doilney-Barnes Teaching Excellence Award this Spring from the Park City Educational Foundation.  The award is voted on by the teachers, school district staff, PCSD’s Board of Education, PTO/PTA officers and PCEF’s Board of Directors. More than 80 teachers received nominations from their peers. CONGRATULATIONS IRIS ! ! ! http://www.pcef4kids.org/events.htm


    2010 May 7 Kyle Schoephoester at Marriott Library U of U / SSSF student helps design new plaza – Kyle is standing in the back wearing a cap. by Andrew Kirk, OF THE RECORD STAFF; photo appeared in S.L. Tribune, provided by family. Posted: 05/07/2010 04:46:33 PM MDTOn Earth Day, Park City High School alumni [and SSSF resident] Kyle Schoephoerster was told he would have a hand literally in a major face lift of the University of Utah Marriott Library.Just east of the library is a wide expanse of concrete that for years has functioned as an open plaza on which students occasionally hold protests or election rallies. Aside from mass gatherings, the centrally-located sea of cement is mostly a thoroughfare.The University of Utah graduating class of 2010 elected to fund a $22,000 renovation of the plaza to make it a more comfortable gathering place and, in general, better utilize the square footage, Schoephoerster explained.A contest was held with a $5,000 prize to redesign the space and Schoephoerster’s urban ecology course taught by Steve Storheim took it on as a final project. An architectural hand draftsman for the Park City firm Otto Walker, the U of U junior did the drawings for the redesign himself.Out of 13 contestants, some of which were professionals, Schoephoerster’s class won over the judges mostly faculty for the College of Architecture.The plans stay under budget and will re-use much of the existing concrete to create benches. The university class elected to produce a “greener” plaza with planters, shade and ample room for tables, chairs and umbrellas all colored crimson, of course.Schoephoerster said construction will begin immediately and the plaza will be complete by next spring. His class was able to incorporate some of their favorite elements of sustainable building including rammed-earth walls, he said.Schoephoerster said the plaza will be a more comfortable place to gather making those functions even more welcoming. The space will also have a movable stage to host music performances.

    2010 - March 27 - Juliana Faulkner wins Gold and Bronze USO EventSnyderville Basin Special Recreation District Congratulations to dedicated fitness patron Julianna Faulkner for winning GOLD and BRONZE at the Utah Special Olympics Event, Ski for Gold, at Powder Mountain on March 27, 2010. Way to go Julianna!Julianna is the daughter of  Janet Vetterli and Dean Faulkner of SSSF.

    Michael Vern Hardman
    1954 ~ 2010

    Son of Vern C. Hardman and Virginia Rae McCleve Hardman.  Siblings: Diane ( John Parry), Wendy, Julia (Dick Pearce), R. Scott (Sherry Boyle).  First wife:  Theresa Manette Hardman.  Children:

    Michael Hardman, along with members of his family, built the Silver Meadows Condos, and several houses in SSSF as Research Homes, Inc.  The family built and lived in Silver Springs: Michael and Theresa Hardman (SLS-47 and SLS-103), Scott and Sherry Hardman (SLS-36), Vern and Virginia Hardman (SLS-157). Dick & Julie Hardman Pearce (SLS-35 and SLS-110), ) John & Diane Hardman  Parry (SLS-64); They also built SLS-169, also houses in Hidden Meadow, the Oaks in DV, Pinebrook, and Wildflower Subdivision.

    Michale Hardman In Memoriam

    Michael Vern Hardman
    1954 ~ 2010
    Your life was earnest, your actions kind, a generous person, and an active mind, anxious to please, never to offend, a loving son, father, brother and faithful friend.   You left an indelible impact on your family and we are
    missing you every day.
    Love, your family



    2010 - Feb 14 Michael and Tiffany wedFebruary 14, 2010 – Michael Murphy and Tiffany Cox were married this weekend.  Michael lived in Silver Springs SF from 1982 to 1992. Michael graduated from PCHS then joined the Marine Corp.  He served in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, the Persian Gulf, Timor, Korea, and was on the USS Boxer during the invasion of Iraq.  Since leaving the core he has been working for Bechtel International.  Michael advanced his education with a BS from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a Master Degree from the University of Pennsylvania.  Tiffany has a degree in nursing and works as an administrator for Promise Hospital and Specialty Medical Centers along the Wasatch Front.  Tiffany is the daughter of Patrick Cox and Debra Cox-Fullmer-Paradis. Michael is the son of Clay and Lucy Archer.

    2010-Feb- Guy Sanderson as Captain Hook

    2010 January 30-31 – Summit Ski Team athletes show their mettle.2010 January 29 – Ligety lands 3rd giant slalom World Cup Victory

    Mark and his wife Nora have lived in the Silver Springs Community for a long time.
    First in Willowbend for a couple years, then at SLS-149, now he resides in NorthShore.

    Mark Seltenrich

    Mark Seltenrich is a long-time member and officer of the board of directors of the 850 member Park City Board of Realtors,
    Seltenrich was sworn in on Thursday, January 7, 2010 at a PCBR luncheon.  As the new president, beginning a new decade, Seltenrich stated that his board intends to better assert its position on certain issues that affect the quality of life of local residents.

    2010 - January 6 - McMullin named new Summit County Council Chair

    2009 Dec 26 PR - Sage Kotsenburg takes second place in Winter Dew Snowboarding Tour in Breckenridge, CO.2009 Dec 26 PR – Sage Kotsenburg takes second place in Winter Dew Snowboarding Tour in Breckenridge, CO. His father, Steve Kotsenburg, has served on the SSSFHOA board of trustees.

    2009 December 9 - Sam Sisk Miner Basketball #1
    2009 December 9 – Resident Sam Sisk drives to the net at a Miners vs Cowboys home
    game.  Sisk led the team with 18 points. Miners boot the Cowboys 58-43.
    [The Sisks sold their home at SLS-134 on 12-17-2008, a couple months after being
    awarded a HOA landscaping award.]

    2009- Dec 2 - TJ “Lanning out for season” - Park Record articleTJ Lanning won the gold in downhill during the U.S. Ski Championships in Sugarloaf, MN in March 2008. An injury sustained at Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada on Nov. 28, 2009 may cost TJ a chance at the February 2010 Olympics.  He suffered a non-displaced fractured vertebrae in his neck and a dislocated left knee.  Surgery at the Steadman-Hawkings clinic in Vail,  CO successfully fused two vertebrae and stabilized the fracture. T.J. (Thomas Jr.) is the son of Tom and Debbie Lanning, former residents of SLS-034.2009- Dec 2 – TJ “Lanning out for season” after Nov. 28 accident – Park Record article

    2009 - Nov. Andy Cier- Toastmaster Award-SSSF


    Andy Cier won top honors at a Toastmaster’s multi-state competition last weekend. He competed against regional champions in all of Utah, southern Idaho, eastern Oregon, parts of Nevada and western Wyoming.

    Cier won with a humorous entertaining speech he wrote himself about dealing with baldness.

    Cier rotates his residency between Silver Springs SLS-79 and his family’s home in White Pine Canyon.

    Andy’s wife, Marilyn I. Cier, serves as the paid bookkeeper for SSSFHOA.

    2009- Oct. 31 “Hitting the slopes” Sage and Blaze KotzenburgSage and Blaze are the sons of Steve and Carol Ann Kotsenburg, formerly of
    SLS-150 in 1998-2000. They moved to RPL-III-137, then moved to SLS-65.
    2009- Oct. 31 “Hitting the slopes” Sage and Blaze Kotzenburg – Park Record article

    2009 - November 21- Bryant LoRe of NorthShore - Park Record

    Bryant LoRe lives in NorthShore 2009 - Sep 19 - Jim Fleming, PCHS History teacher at PCEF fundraiser
    Park City High School teacher and Silver Springs SLS-31 neighbor enjoys a fundraiser
    for the Education Foundation. 2009-2010 is the Year of Math & Science.
    [student on left not identified is Rachel McLaws]

    Charly S. Ligety - 2009

    Charly Sharp Ligety, son of Bill Ligety and Cindy Sharp former residents of the house on lot 193, and brother of Theodore ‘Ted’ Ligety, current resident of Silver Springs Lot 2.  Charly is, a member of the Class of 2009, graduated from Dartsmouth College at the Spring Commencement exercises. Ligety received a  Bachelor of Arts degree in geography.

    Charly also received the Earl Jette Award during the Dartmouth Skiing Annual Awards, for the most significant improvement in skiing. Charly and two other seniors provided the leadership for the men’s Alpine team.

        2009 July 26 Silver Scullers win silver medal in Rowing World Championship during Rowing World Championships in the Czech Republic. Devery is the daughter of
    Rob and Linda Karz former SSSF residents at Lot 36 and later Lot 54.  Linda designed
    the Park on the south shore of the Silver Willow Lake.
    See http://salem-news.com/sports/july272009/karz_osu_7-27-09.php
    Rob Karz works at Intermountain Mortgage, Linda Karz is a parther
    of the Green Building Center.

    2009 July - Bill Noland leads P.C. Museum walking tour

    Bill R. Noland, who recently retired, was the 2009 president of the Silver Springs Master Homeowners Association. The Park City Museum offers historic tours Monday through Friday at 2 PM. Tours leave from the2nd floor of the museum (528 Main St), and cost $5 per person.2009 July - Olympian Ted Ligety headliner at Center of Excellence opening2009 July - Leslie and Russell Harlow - 25 years directors of Park City Music FestivalThe Park City Music Festival opens July 19, 2009 at Temple Har Shalom, 3:00 PM. then the following evening at 8:00 PM at Park City Community Church. The festival runs through August 10, 2009. The Harlow’s are residents of Meadow Spring MW-1-30 in our Silver Springs Community.  For full schedule visit www.pcmusicfestival.com2009 June 8 - Dr. Delbert A. Osguthorpe dies at age 88October 12, 1920 – June 8, 2009 – Dr. Delbert Avaron Osguthorpe dies at age 88 Deseret News Obituary 2009 June- 8th and 9th - Homebuying 101 with Rick Klein Rick Klein is a resident of SSSF and served on the Board of Trustees in 1993+.
    Rick set up the HOA bookkeeping on Quickbooks software on a computer
    he donated to the HOA.2009 May 13 - Harsch - Mountain Town Realty Group
    The Harsch’s are residents of Little Lake in SSSFHOA.

    2009 March 18 Lisa Palomaki - PCHS 4×100 meter relay

    READY TO RUN as reported by Adia Waldburger of the Park Record staff: …The Miners kicked off the season with a number of individual victories and top finishes at the Timpview Invitational in Orem and look to continue the trend….”We scored more points in the field events in this meet than in the entire last year,” marveled coach Jeff Wyant…There is plenty of excitement among the female distance runners, who quickly established their dominance”, see Silver Springs SLS-108 resident Lisa Palomaki in feature photo above2009 - Feb Lauren ReichThe Reich family lived on the corner of Ranch Place and Meadows Drive, SLS-156.
    Ellen Garn Reich is the daughter of astronaut-Senator Jake Garn. Todd Reich is an
    enthusiastic bicyclist, known to ride his bike to and from work in SLC.2009 Feb 11 Terry SidfordMatthew and Terry Sidford are new 2008 residents on Willow Lane SLS-130
    in Silver Springs SF.2009 Jan. 9 - McMullin sworn into Council officeDate: January 9, 2009 Publication: Park Record (Park City, UT) The swearing in Wednesday of Summit County Councilwoman for Seat B Claudia McMullin, a SouthShore resident since September 1998, left a seat open on the influential Snyderville Basin Planning Commission. McMullin was Planning Commission chairwoman when she retired from the panel last month. She was elected in November 2008 to her new Summit County Council post. Claudia McMullin explained why she left her career as a corporate lawyer in New York City for small-town life in an interview this week at her Silver Springs home. “I chose lifestyle,” the Snyderville Basin Democrat said in interview Thursday. McMullin credits “an epiphany on a chairlift in 1997” for luring her to Summit County two years later.

    County briefs – Spots on Basin Planning Commission filled

    Compiled by Patrick Parkinson Posted: 02/06/2009 04:31:03 PM MST

    The Summit County Council appointed three people Wednesday to the influential Snyderville Basin Planning Commission.

    Incumbent Basin Planning Commissioner Mike Washington, resident of NorthShore, will serve a term that expires in February 2012. Bassam Salem of Jeremy Ranch, also an incumbent, was appointed to a two-year term that expires in 2011, and Sibyl Bogardus will serve a term that expires in February 2012.

    Dave Rajamaki - Britta Letter 12/30/20082008 Dec 20 - Dave Rajamaki - Northshore
    Northshore resident – Dave Rajamaki – December 20, 20082008 - Nov 2 Meadow Spring
    Meadow Spring MW-1-11 resident – Iverson O. Brownell on Nov. 2, 2008Judge Robert K. HilderThird District Court Judge Robert K. Hilder was approved Wednesday, November 12, 2008 by a 3-2 vote of the Senate Judicial Confirmation Committee for a confirmation vote of the Utah Senate on his nomination to the Utah Court of Appeals. The Senate is scheduled to vote on the confirmation November 19th. Hilder was appointed to the Third District Court by Gov. Michael O. Leavitt and took office on August 1, 1995. He serves Salt Lake, Summit, and Tooele counties. Judge Hilder emigrated from Australia in 1977, and, along with his wife Jan, has lived in Silver Springs on Fletcher Court since that time. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and subsequently received a law degree from the University’s College of Law in 1984, where he served on the Utah Law Review for two years. After clerking part-time during law school with Christensen, Jensen and Powell, he joined the firm first as an associate, and successively shareholder, director, and managing director. His practice stressed civil litigation, covering many subject matters. Judge Hilder’s service in the judiciary includes: the Judicial Performance Evaluation Committee (1998-2001); the Utah Judicial Council and the Council’s Management Committee (2001-2007); Associate Presiding Judge, Third District (2005-2007), and Presiding Judge (2007- present); District Court representative, Executive Committee, Family Law Section of the Utah State Bar (2005-present); and member since 1998 (and supervising judge since January, 2007) of the Grand Jury Panel of Judges.Carol Librizzi - Fix It Up Referrals - Dec 2008 PR
    Silver Springs SLS-151 resident – Carol Librizzi – Fix It Up Referrals – October 20082008 Oct 29 Gretchen Tally - Oldest voter - Meadow Spring 2008 Oct 29 Gretchen Tally - Oldest voter - Part 2 - Meadow Spring
    Meadow Spring resident – Gretchen Tally – October 29, 20082008 Oct 18 - Leslie Harlow -Meadow Spring2008 Oct 18 - Leslie Harlow -Meadow Spring - Part 2
    Meadow Spring resident – Leslie Harlow – Part 2 – October 18, 20082008 September Frank Sebek 80th Birthday
    2008 September 20 – Frank lives in SSSF SLS-40 with his son and daughter-in-law.2008 Oct 4 - Claudia McMullin2008 August 2 Peasley weds Schoephoerster 2008 July - PCSD Retirees announced
    Bill Kahn, Craig Watson and Jeanette Raymer
    are residents of Silver Springs. Congratulations!2008 June 18- Mel Fletcher happily collects smooch from Hong McDonald at his 90th birthday party.
    Mel Fletcher was born in the Park City Miner’s Hospital on June 18, 1918
    [Mel passed away on June 21, 2010. Obit on June 23, 2010.]
    His parents are Axel Roy Fletcher
    and Blanche Wiest Fletcher. His wife is Peggy Fletcher.
    Hong McDonald lives in Silver Springs on Lot 200.2008 Annual Single Family Picniccouple-tedandmichelle-palomaki-hong-mcdonaldBillie and Jim HarschTracey, Matt, Jim, Julia, others
    Silver Springs Single Family Picnic – June 20, 20082008-May17-HyrumBailey2007 October 12 Historical Society Hall Compton and Jane Washington2007 October 12 Park City Historical Society – Harold Ray “Hal” Compton and Jane Washington. Hal lived in Meadow Wild 1501 W. Meadow Loop Road #8 from 1988-? , Jane has lived in NorthShore NSS-B-47 since 1991.2007- May 5 Robert V. Haedt Jr. (1918-2007) ObituaryBob Haedt lived in Silver Springs SLS-042 from 1984 to 2004. Bob was a founding officer of the SSSFHOA. Bob served as president of the board for many years and was also a founding member of the SSMHOA.  Bob, his wife LaVon, and their son were owners of Great Garb on Main Street.  Bob was a great asset to our community.  He is dearly missed by all who knew him.2006 Jan 3 Justin Crump graduates

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