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Content about Reed Wilde

February 4, 2012

 

Reed Wilde was born in his grandfather’s home on the ranch in Croydon in 1928. The doctor hadn’t arrived yet, so the visiting teachers attended to his delivery. He attended school in Devil’s Slide by riding in a horse drawn wagon until the 2nd grade when they finally got a bus. But it only went as far as the pavement, so Reed had to walk half a mile to catch it. When Reed was in the 3rd grade, they got electricity. When he was a junior in high school, they finally got indoor plumbing and a gas furnace when they moved to a larger home.

Compiled by Dana Wilde from the contributions of Sherolyn Gause, Evelyn Jones, Jamie Wilde, and Ryan Windley.

February 4, 2012

Our family is so touched by the thoughtfulness of your many acts of service in our behalf at the passing of our husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. The many cards, visits, meals, and flowers are so appreciated. It is great to live in a community that is so kind and loving.

Our family is so touched by the thoughtfulness of your many acts of service in our behalf at the passing of our husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. The many cards, visits, meals, and flowers are so appreciated. It is great to live in a community that is so kind and loving.

Thank you so much,

February 4, 2012

Our family is so touched by the thoughtfulness of your many acts of service in our behalf at the passing of our husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. The many cards, visits, meals, and flowers are so appreciated. It is great to live in a community that is so kind and loving.

Our family is so touched by the thoughtfulness of your many acts of service in our behalf at the passing of our husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. The many cards, visits, meals, and flowers are so appreciated. It is great to live in a community that is so kind and loving.

Thank you so much,

January 16, 2012

I used to live in Devil Slide, and when we’d go to church we would go the three miles into Croydon. We would either walk to church on Sundays or drive in. At that time church had two segments. You would go in the morning and back again in the afternoon or evening. 

I used to live in Devil Slide, and when we’d go to church we would go the three miles into Croydon. We would either walk to church on Sundays or drive in. At that time church had two segments. You would go in the morning and back again in the afternoon or evening. 

September 25, 2010

On June 4, 2010, the class of Morgan High School 1946 met at the spacious and beautiful home of Ivan and LuDene Carter for our annual class reunion and banquet