Saturday, May 30, 2009

Hall, Preston

Hello everyone from the good ol' days! I wasn't able to come to the 10 year reunion when I was living in Alabama and so it's been a long time since I've seen many of you. Life has certainly been busy the past 20 years, but I'm just trying to enjoy the ride. I attended BYU after high school and graduated in Exercise Physiology. I served a mission to the Philippines. I met my wife Janette, from South Jordan, at BYU and we were married in 1994. We went off to Birmingham, Alabama and I went to physical therapy school at Univ of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and Janette went to nursing school. I worked as a PT in Huntsville, AL for three years and we had our first baby here, Mikayla. She is 9 now. After moving back to Utah in 2000 we had two more girls, Jaimi (8) and Brooke (6), and then two boys Kameron (4) and Kevin (2). We live in Heber, which we love. Between Heber and Park City there are so many places to bike, hike, camp, ski, fish, and explore, and so we try to get outside and enjoy the area we live in. The kids are busy with soccer, clogging, piano, basketball, and chasing Kevin, our two year old. He is an escape artist from the house or backyard right now. He will somehow escape the premises, let our big black lab/retriever Bo out of the backyard, and then the two of them will roam the neighborhood together. We often get calls from neighbors that they have seen him down at the neighborhood park or in an empty lot playing in the dirt with our dog. I hope he lives to adulthood! I have a PT clinic in Park City and enjoy working in the sports medicine/fitness arena. I look forward to seeing you all at the reunion!Preston Hall


stacie said...

Hey Preston, Glad you posted. You have a beautiful family. I wanted to say "hi" and pass on a "hug" here because I won't be at the reunion. At least I've seen you at some in the past though. You look great. Hopefully I'll see you again someday.
Stacie Timms Haddock

Dainon said...


Your family is adorable. I'm glad I was able to talk to you again for a few minutes here and there at the reunion. I always appreciated your example back in HS, and am glad to see that your focus and priorities haven't changed in 20 years. You were a great Seminary Council President, and it was a privalidge serving with you.