Category Archive: Michelle’s Family

Dec 01

Festival of Trees 2014

Today was Decorating Day for Festival of Trees so the Carey family decorated our 15th consecutive tree in honor of Scott’s brother, Paul. He was an Air Force pilot killed in 1995 in Alabama, leaving a wife and three young children. 

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Jun 02

Memorial Day 2014

Every year we take a picture of the cousins present at the Bountiful cemetery where Scott’s brother, Paul, is buried, as well as his Tibbitts grandparents. Here is the 2014 version. L to R back row: Brian Carey, a friend, Mark Carey, Sasha Fazulyanov, Tania Greenhalgh holding Margo, Paul and Matt Greenhalgh L to R …

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Dec 02

Festival of Trees 2013

  This year our theme is “Boys Like to Read”.  We decorate a tree benefitting Primary Children’s Medical Center in honor of Scott’s brother, Capt. Paul Carey.  Here are some pix of the wild and crazy decorators!   We did the tree in lime, chocolate, and turquoise and set in a man’s study.  There is …

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May 30

Sitting on Santa’s lap…over time

I have taken pictures of people sitting on Santa’s lap at the Carey Christmas party for the last several years and thought it would be fun to see how we’ve changed through the years.  So here are some photos, organized by family. See us sit on Santa’s lap.  See us have fun.  See us get …

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Dec 26

Carey Christmas Party

Every year we have a Carey Christmas party before Christmas at the Rapp house in Bountiful.  This year our gathering was rather smaller than usual as Scott’s brother Mark had moved his family to Virginia, near Brent’s family; Matt, Brian, Patrice, and Shawn, are on missions; and two of the married Greenhalgh kids couldn’t come, …

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Dec 22

Paul Rapp Retires

Congratulations to Paul, Michelle's husband, on his retirement from his position of Chief of Police in Bountiful.   He had a 26 year career in law enforcement.  Thanks, Paul, for all you did.  I know that Michelle said she has plenty of things for you to do now, so I don't think that it will be …

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