Peninsula People

Posted: Monday, December 27, 2004


  Photo by Melissa Daugherty

Photo by Melissa Daugherty

Miss Alaska pays a visit to Sterling Head Start

Miss Alaska, Christina Reasner, back row left, and her mother, Pollyann Reasner, back row right, recently visited the Sterling Head Start morning class and shared photos and stories with them.

Hardy promoted

Former Soldotna resident Scott Hardy recently was promoted to machinist mate chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy.

Hardy has served in the Navy for 17 years, most recently on a tour of duty in the west Pacific on the aircraft carrier the USS Carl Vinson.

Hardy and his wife, Pamela, are 1987 graduates of Soldotna High School. They currently reside in Bremerton, Wash., with their three children, Jordon, Amberele and Sydni.

He is the son of Joe and Billie Hardy of Soldotna.

Lillevik receives scholarship

Kenai Central High School senior, Synneva Hagen-Lillevik has been awarded the Augsburg College's Regents Scholarship for $10,500.

She is the daughter of Jon Lillevik and JoAnn Hagen of Kenai.

Morganti earns promotion

Mark J. Morganti has been promoted to the rank of chief warrant officer four in the U.S. Army.

He is the son of Robert L. and Sonja J. Blair of Tellier Road, Newark, N.Y. He graduated in 1981 from Midlakes High School, Clifton Springs, N.Y., and received a bachelor's degree in 1985 from Gannon University, Erie, Pa. He earned his master's degree in 1990 from Webster University, St. Louis, Mo.

His wife, Sharon, is the daughter of Dan Murray and Montelene Murray of Soldotna.

Trujillo graduates from college

Former Kenai resident Andrea Dee Trujillo recently graduated for Boise State University with a bachelor of arts degree in mass communication and journalism.

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