Terrell's Latest Interactions
jimmie, I remember the last time O met you at our class reunion and you tried to get me to remember your name and I failed the test (sorry). If we ever have another reunion, I don't think I would forget. I can see your face in my mind's eye as I write this note. Denise and I are still living here in Cardston, Canada. We spend most of our time with our 26 grandkids in Utah and our 12 grandkids here in Canada. We are in pretty-good health and work here in the Cardston temple each Tuesday morning. I have some precious memories of our time together in the Montpelier high School and hope all is well with your and your family. Please say hello from me to any of the old gang that you might run into in your travels. Sincere best wishes, Terrell Skinner
Dear Gladys, I just remember how kind and how smart you are. It was a pleasure to know you and the other 100 plus students we graduated with on 1960. It would be fun to see people again. When is the next reunion scheduled? I missed your B. Day, but here's a belated Happy 77th!!!! Denise and I are still living here in Cardston, Alberta. 5 of our children are living in northern Utah and 2 daughters are here with us in southern Alberta. We spend our time with two sets of grandchildren every chance we get and that is our great joy along with our assignment at the Cardston Temple. We are both fairly healthy and loving life . Hope all is well with you and yours.
Best wishes always, Terrell Skinner
Hi from Terrell Skinner
It is a thrill to see you long so gorgeous as you dance with your husband. You look like a wonderful couple that are still in love after 50 years of marriage. If wee ever have another case reunion I will try my best to see you and the rest of our 60's group again. Life has been good for Denise and myself We still live in Cardston, but spend 4 months each year here in St. George while the winter wears itself out up in the more northern climes.. My best to your and yours always!!
Posted on: Mar 21, 2015 at 12:28 PM
TO ALL MY OLD FRIENDS AND CLASSMATES FROM THE MONTPELIER HIGH SCHOOL FROM TERRELL EBORN SKINNER:
It has always been a great ;pleasure to meet many of you since we graduated in 1960. I feel that we had a great feeling of love and friendship in our class and I look back with many fond memories of my high school days with all of you. I feel the loss of knowing of the many who have passed away and know that their passing leave a big gap in your lives a well to know that life is pretty fragile. I understand that Richard is making plans for a reunion this year and hope to be there to see you all of you that can come.
Life has been good to me. I had a wonderful experience teaching for 38 1/2 years and raising my 2 sons and 5 daughters in Cranston, Alberta. Since retiring in 2004 Denise and I have been on a mission the the London,England Temple and spend as much time as we can with our seven children and their spouses and our 33 grandchildren (9 in Calgary, Alberta and
24 in northern Utah. For the past 4 winters we have spent four months here in St. George where we do a lot of 4-wheeling, golfing and swimming with friends. Our main focus is doing what we can to keep a united family. We enjoy our work at the temple and are both enjoying good health. Hope to see you this summer and look forward to renewing old friendships with all of you!! Bear Lake holds a favorite part of my thoughts. Love, Terrell
Posted on: Apr 02, 2014 at 9:37 AM
Sandra, It almost seems like forever since I saw you back in good old Montpelier. I looking at your profile, I was struck by how close our birthdays are. Mine is Dec. 6, 1941. When the Japanese heard about you and me being born they decided to take us out and Pearl Harbor as well. That makes us responsible for the United States entering the war on Dec. 7th. Right?? Best to you!! Hope to see you in August. Terrell Skinner
Hi Jimmy, Hope to see you this summer. I remember the last time we met, I had a hard time thinking of who you were. I'll do better this time!! The best to you always. Terrell Skinner
Hi Diane, 10 children means that you have a great posterity plus all of the grandchildren that have come along. Way to go!! Hope to see you in Montpelier in August.