Billy and Heather are grateful to have survived another year with all of the craziness involved in raising 5 high energy children. Billy enjoys taking care of his horses, discussing horse racing business with friends and family, and keeping his sanity by working out at the local CrossFit gym. Heather stays busy doing hair in her new salon, providing education on DoTerra essential oils and with her new business, Pain Free for Good, which she founded to help women overcome chronic pain and physical ailments.
Cade is a senior and setting his sights on college and life after high school. He will finish out his baseball career at Morgan High School and looks to play for Dixie State University in 2019. Karly is a sophomore and excels at Softball as a pitcher and in Art. She hopes to be a RN after high school. Brig is in 6th grade and plays competitive baseball as an infielder and catcher. He is hoping to become an engineer someday. Kaiya is in 5th grade and plays competitive softball as a 2nd baseman and pitcher. She plans to become a writer as an adult. Berkley is in 1st grade and isn’t quite sure yet, but currently she is interested in spelling every word in the English language and taking care of her 42 dolls so I’m sure she will have lots of opportunities.
Shaun has been keeping very busy at PWS helping clients plan for their future and navigate today’s markets. He also obtained his CDFA® designation in April(Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®) and has been helping people negotiate the financial aspects of divorce. Outside of the office, Shaun and Kate found out in February that they were expecting twins. Shaun took advantage of the summer by getting in as much trail running, mountain biking, and cabin trips that he could before the twins arrived. They also took a “babymoon” trip to Hawaii to not only celebrate 10 years of marriage, but to also sneak in one last trip before their lives changed forever! Shaun and Kate welcomed Quinn Rose Peterson and Sloane Adair Peterson to the world on 9/29/17. As you can imagine they are quite busy taking care of the girls! They are both extremely thrilled to be parents.
Larie was very pleased with the annual Livastride Financial Literacy Boot Camp held in October at Weber State University. There were approximately 450 high school students in attendance. She is pictured here with guest speaker Ron McBride, former football coach at WSU and 2 of his former University of Utah players, David Kozlowski and Ben Moa. Larie spent a week in Houston during Thanksgiving, reuniting with old friends and clients as well as her youngest daughter and her family. She went to a Texans game that they actually won this year, and saw Andre Johnson get inducted into the Texans Ring of Honor. Now it’s time for good weather and golf!
Kacey is blessed with four amazing kids and stays busy just keeping up with them. She enjoys hitting the CrossFit gym daily and hopes to get back into trail running a little more this year. Cassidee just graduated Dixie State University in December with her nursing degree. Peyton is currently attending esthetician school and loves helping her Grandpa on the farm in her spare time. Ryder started as QB this year at Morgan High School for freshman football and is looking forward to the upcoming baseball season. Gunnar is the most competitive and outspoken of the group. He is a great football and baseball player and loves watching the Minnesota Vikings.
Maggie and her husband, Ben, have lived in Utah three years now. They really enjoy hiking and playing frisbee with their dog, Ellie, and hit the local CrossFit gym daily. New skis and gear were purchase this fall in anticipation of another great ski season at Snowbasin Resort. This past October, Maggie and Ben travelled to Rome, Italy for a cultural immersion and cooking program to celebrate their second wedding anniversary.