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From the Zamora Family
William, Renee, Philip, Marie & Garrett

The year 2012 added new fruit to our family tree. We were blessed with a granddaughter, Amelia Lucienne Anderson. She is our first grandchild so she's pretty special to us.

Bill is still working for CBI Security at the City and County building in Salt Lake. He was on the news twice this year. First, he was interviewed about the ghosts at the City and County building. Then he was on a segment "Uniquely Utah". He was highlighted as a security guard that is also a talented artist. His artistic talents have become pretty popular and he hopes to grow this into a side business.

Renee is still working part-time at home for RootsMagic, a genealogy software company. She was really excited to move to position 5 on the pedigree chart with the birth of granddaughter Amelia. Renee was called as a Relief Society teacher at church this year and has enjoyed many spiritual blessings.

Philip's been attending Utah Valley University part-time. He became very sick this year and was recently diagnosed with a rare disease called Achalasia. It effects his ability to swallow and he is on a mostly liquid diet. He needs surgery but has no insurance so we are trying to figure something out to help him. Please keep Philip in your prayers.

Marie is living in California, and is head administrative assistant to the presidents of a large corporation. The company works primarily on military and government projects in the custom wire and cable industry. In her spare time she is working on her photography business, which is taking off quite well. She surprised us by coming home for Thanksgiving. We will miss seeing her this Christmas.

Garrett is still working for Office Max full-time. He also has several part-time jobs. So he has been very busy and we hardly get to see him any more. He is our granddaughter Amelia's daddy and loves his little girl.

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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Artwork by William J. Zamora, 2012
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