I grew up on a little farm in a little town called Trout Creek, Utah, population: 50. We did not have electricity or phone lines. I attended a one-room school, grades kindergarten through 4th. We moved into town when I was 10 years old and had to transition from the smallest elementary school west of the Mississippi to the largest elementary school west of the Mississippi. I survived culture shock, made it through middle school, high school, and college with very few scars.
I married the love of my life, a Marine, and we traveled and made the road our home. We had 4 beautiful children and now have 6 beautiful grandchildren.
I taught school in North Carolina, Kansas and Okinawa, Japan before coming back to Utah to teach 3rd grade and then Library Science.
I am honored to be the Librarian at Wasatch and work with so many unique and talented students.