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Gustavian Weekly Class of 2017

By The Weekly Staff | May 19, 2017 | Feature Photo, Features

Gustavian Weekly Class of 2017

Gustavian Weekly Class of 2017

Congratulations on all your wonderful accomplishments Brady!

We are so proud of you and the man you have become. Oh the places you have been! We hope you keep exploring life’s adventures and enjoy every minute of it! Thank you for all the joy and blessings you have given us along the way. Wishing you blue skies.

Love, Mom, Dad, and Molly

“Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” -Dr Seuss

 

Congratulations Elizabeth!

We love you and are so proud of you. You have accomplished so much during your time at Gustavus and we are sure you will continue to accomplish everything else you choose to strive for. It truly shows what you can do with dedication and hard work. Great job.

Love, Mom and Dad

 

 

Mikayla –

From arrival

to first words

to piano recitals

to 2nd degree black belt

to Student Council officer

to college across the country

to retreat planning and leading

to writing for the Weekly

to summer job at Yale teaching

to coaching for Girls on the Run

to first professional Board position

THE ROAD TO GRADUATION HAS BEEN A GREAT RIDE!

We love you and pray your coming years will be equally AWESOME. We know you will make a difference in the many lives you will touch.

And we couldn’t be more proud!

Love you forever and always,

Mom, Dad & Brittany

 

 

 

Congratulations Philip!

Your dream took you

halfway around the world.

Your own achievement and hard work

took you to Graduation.

With your determination

I know that you will go far in life.

I’m so proud of you!

Love, Mamma

 

 

 

Amy Maryann Anderson Leininger,

This intelligent, sensitive, beautiful woman continues to amaze us! Her love for her sisters, reading, fairness, knowledge, friends, equity, family, decency, dogs, truth and country is incomparable. One of Amy’s life goals is to see genders treated equally and fairly throughout the world. Amy gently enlightens others through her actions and words – written and spoken, and likewise, seeks to always learn from, listen to and care for those around her. She is a true friend.  Amy, we wish you all of your dreams and plans. We will always be present, loyal and your foundation from which you will continue to grow. We love and are so very proud of our first born daughter. Thank you for all that you have given and brought to your family.

Love, Mom and Dad

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