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After High School graduation I attended the University of Alberta where I obtained my Bachelor of Education Degree and my fifth year Diploma in Educational Administration...
I taught for thirty four years in and near Wetaskiwin beginning at Clear Vista School in 1963...
Then I returned to U of A and took Education while Norman worked for one of his Agriculture Profs.
May of '64 we moved to Norman's farm at Hilda (north east of Medicine Hat).
In 1964 we moved to our farm at Falun, West of Wetaskiwin. We were the Callers / teachers for the Wetaskiwin Peace Hills Hoppers Square Dance Club for seven years. I anticipated missing Alberta's sun and seasons, and I did, but one quickly gets used to a view of both ocean and mountains from the window and pansies blooming outside all winter. He sold the cows and increased the pigs over time up to 2000 farrow to finish hog and have grain beside.
I worked as an RN in the Wetaskiwin Hospital, and for Wetaskiwin Health Homecare. I loved to garden and I was very proud of my flowers and landscaped yard. We now live in Wetaskiwin and enjoy the recreation facilities in Wetaskiwin. I returned to Alberta to enjoy my youngest grandchildren-- not a hard trade off as hugs from tots made the return home well worthwhile. Neil is a member and involved with the Wetaskiwin Mission Church.
I taught school for seven years in local schools and then retired to help Norman build our farm, ranch, and feedlot. Our son, Greg and his wife Cathy now manage the farm, ranch, and feedlot.
In 1999, I moved to Neepawa, Manitoba to become the minister of a small Presbyterian congregation.In 2012, we received the Farm Family Award and represented Cypress County at the Calgary Stampede.We are now semi-retired in our house on a hill overlooking the farm.I retired in 2007 but have continued to be active within the community including working in the care home as a volunteer pastoral care worker as well as singing in a woman’s choral group and being part of the quilting group.When I retired I took a trip, visiting family and friends, across Canada as far as Montreal, down the east coast, across the south and up the west coast before heading home six months later.