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Season Greetings! — Christmas Letter 2004

20. December 2004 | Category Personal

We here at the Piotter family hope this letter reaches you in good company and spirits for this upcoming holiday season. As you have probably eagerly awaited, we shall go on about our family and doings this past year.

Linda finally saw the last of her kids through high school. She has taken up a position with the church finance board. She was the glue that kept everyone together and doing their own things this year as well. She enjoyed spending time with family and friends this past year.

Michael has had quite an interesting year as well. He has worn a few different hats this year in regards to employment. He started out this past year working for Michael Foods in Gaylord as the Safety Intern, where he learned all about keeping a large processing plant safe and poured over oodles of exciting MSDS data. From that job, he found a position with Sibley County Highway Engineering Dept. for the summer, scouring Sibley County and helping survey things for future improvements to infrastructure. A roadway widening project the County had contracted out led to Michaels third job, working as a grade man for Brunz Construction out of Madison Lake. They needed help completing their work in Sibley County and other various housing developments near Mankato.
Michael, continuing his work with the Green Isle CTC, also was excited to see traffic to his genealogy website increase, along with some correspondence from far flung relation here in the US, as well as Canada and Europe.

Lynnea had the joy of spending spring break in Italy with friends from Gustavus. This summer she had the great opportunity to intern at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. She also started her final year of nursing at GAC and moved to a posh apartment with some girlfriends. Now she currently sorts through applications for various grad schools sprawled out upon the country, of which she must only choose one.

James graduated high school and was accepted into Alex Tech for the Carpentry program. He is enjoying learning how to build almost everything. He also had what he considered a fun job of milking cows for some friends of the family during the spring and summer. He also got to spend some quality time with his sister this summer while working at a Autism Camp in northern Mn. He has had fun decorating his car with musical accessories and other various doodads.

Hope everything finds you well and in the best of health and spirits this holiday season and wishing you a blessed 2005!

The Piotters ~ Linda, Michael, Lynnea & James


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