Monday , March 18, 2013 - 8:59 AM
Darwin J. and Pamela Baur Brimhall of Ogden celebrated their 50th anniversary on a cruise to the Caribbean with their family in January.
They met in a chemistry class at the old Weber High School. She is a Bonneville High School graduate and he a Weber High School graduate.
They were married March 14, 1963, in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Logan Temple.
He served a mission to Florida, graduated from Weber State University and received a master’s degree from Brigham Young University. He taught at South Junior High School, became an administrator, served as principal at North Ogden Junior High School and opened Rocky Mountain Junior High School. He was there for 10 years before retiring in 2001. Active in the LDS Church, their callings have included bishop of the Ogden Foothills Ward, Monroe branch president, and stake and ward Relief Society president. She received a degree from Stevens-Henager College as an executive secretary. She was a full-time homemaker and later did medical transcription for Intermountain Health Care at McKay-Dee Hospital. They served a CES mission in Ohio, where they taught LDS Institute in various areas there.
He does volunteer work at the Union Station in the gun museum and enjoys woodworking. She enjoys quilting and belongs to a quilting guild. They belong to the Good Sam’s Club and enjoy traveling with friends and family.
Their children and spouses are Holly and Kurt Halverson, Shelly Stinson, Darin and Kristen Brimhall, and Matthew and Rebecca Brimhall. They have 14 grandchildren.
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