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Sheila retired her primary teaching positron at Esterhazy in June 1997 and Ron retired from his mainte­ nance superintendent's job at K2 Potash Mine I.M.C. Esterhazy, in December 1998. Their lives came full circle when they moved to their retirement home, 68 Beach Road, Sandy Lake, MB. Sheila had lived there during the summer for almost sixty years and Ron was only 15 minutes from hometown Erickson. They now enjoy skiing, boating, fish­ ing, travelling and leisure time with friends, their children and their families.

Holly Rhonda (Miller) Orosz - Holly became engaged to her future husband, Mark Orosz at the 1984 Centennial Fashion Show of Wedding Dresses. Mark slipped the ring on her finger just minutes before she went up to model her Grandma Viola Miller's wedding dress. They were married November 23, 1985. In November 1986, they became co-owners of the Melville Advance Newspaper. They moved to Melville but Holly continued

to nurse in Regina until the birth of their son, Michael Ronald on April 24, 1987 in Regina, SK. Drew William Joseph was born March 22, 1989 in Regina, SK and was the second little Orosz sportsman to arrive. Their family bought the Linus Miller cabin at Sandy Lake and enjoy coming to Erickson when they holiday at the lake.

Melodie Jo Miller - Melodie lives in Regina, SK. She works as a hair stylist in Waverly's, a hair salon she oper­ ates with two other partners, as well as being a Wella Technician three days a week. If someone resembling Grandma Viola Miller arrives in Erickson, with a friend, Simon Basnyat, and they are riding Harley Davidson's, it will be Mel.

Standing: Chris Miller; Sheila Miller; Ron Miller, Holly and Mark Orosz, Me/odie Miller

Seated: Braiden Miller. Katherine Miller, Nicholas Miller; Michael and Drew Orosz

Memories such as cancelling mail at the Post Office, or standing irl Joe's Barber Shop watching him cut hair then leaving with penny candy, are what draw Melodie back to Erickson.

Chris Wyman Miller - Chris followed in his name­ sake Wyman's footsteps and took carpentry at Moose Jaw, SK when he finished high school. Later, he graduated as a mechanical Engineering Technologist from Kelsey Institute in Saskatoon, SK. He is presently working as a Strategic Alliance Procurement Analyst at I.M.C. and lives in Esterhazy. Chris married Katherine Rose Weiss, August 6, 1993. Their two boys, icholas Chris (September 26, 1995) and Braiden Reid (October 14, 1998) were born in Y orkton, SK. Chris enjoys getting back to the 'Land of the Vikings' every summer. The Viking Boat and other Scandinavian folklore still hold the intrigue of his child­ hood.

Lois (See Holmlund, Bmce and Lois)

MOROZ, MIKE AND JESSIE Submitted by Sylvia Pastershank, Daughter

My dad's parents, Nicholas and Maggie (Chastko) Moroz, and his two sisters, Cassie and Teenie, and dad's grandmother, Annie Chastko, came to Canada from Bilio­ PotKit in 1906. They came by boat to Halifax and then moved to their homestead near Round Lake, MB (SW 3- 18-19W). Grandmother Chastko lived with them till her death in 1939, at Christmas.

Dad's brother, Jack, was born in 1909. Dad, Michael (Moroz), was born December 24, 1910. His brother, Martin, was born in 1913 and sister, Rose, was born in 1915. Being born on his parent's homestead, he lived there all his child­ hood. At the age of six, he began attendance at Round Lake School.

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