Welcome to the 2011 Randle Family Page!
2011 has been a
year of transition and new challenges for the entire
family. Deeda organized the three Colorado Horse Park
Events that included CCI**/*, Training 3-Day and
National Horse Trials Divisions (BN through
Intermediate) for the last time. After nine years of
organizing for the Horse Park, she resigned the position
after the Fall Event and is looking forward to new
opportunities including upgrading her "r" Technical
Delegate License to "R" and completing and testing for
the ICP Instructional program. She did take the time to
compete one of her new horses at the Novice Level at the
Rocky Mtn. Horse Trial in Longmont, Colorado. Deeda and
Trampas had a great time although it was sometimes
difficult to distinguish who was the most nervous.
After nine years
of working for Truss Craft as a WTCA Level III Component
Designer , Don found himself the victim of corporate
down-sizing and lost his job in February. He immediately
started looking for other engineering work but with a
sluggish economy and slow building market has been
unable to land a new job. He did design a home for a
family in Laramie, Wyoming and has been working as a
part time truss designer for Black Hills Truss out of
Rapid City, South Dakota. He is designing for the
Cheyenne building market and working for Rich Palmer,
who was the plant manager at Truss Craft when Don
started there. He enjoys working with Rich and respects
the way he manages a company. Don is looking at ways to
expand his own residential design business so that he
can work more at home.
her husband Srgt. Caleb Bright, and their daughter (our
grand-daughter) Chloe are now living in Colorado
Springs, Colorado. Caleb is stationed at Ft.
Carson in the Army Reserve, is attending college, and
working for a civilian company that works on base.
After six years of coaching the University of Wyoming
Equestrian Team, Kari is now
the U.S. Air Force Academy Team. She also has a
horse in the stables, on base, and has been able to also
ride. She competed both her horse, Stretch, and
Deeda's horse, Trampas in a couple of Horse Trials this
year. Chloe turned two on September 9 and is
constantly in motion. She is starting to talk,
sing, and dance. She rides horses with some
assistance and goes everywhere at a full run.
Jeremy and his wife Kari are still attending
school Michigan State University. Jeremy earned his
Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Relations this past
May. He has concentrated his studies to Islamic and Arabic
language and culture because he thinks that is where the future
diplomatic demands will be greatest. He is finishing some
post graduate work this fall and coming spring. Kari
continues to work toward her Ph.D. in English as a second
Language. She is currently teaching at the University and
two Junior Colleges in the Lansing, Michigan area. They
both plan to walk for their diplomas this coming May.
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