Gene Raymond, a Fruit Heights native, just turned 84. Faye Barnett, who was born on Mutton Hollow Road, recently turned 96! What a delight to visit with these two! Let us know if you would like to help record interviews - we'll train you!
"Roy Ole Layton was named after his father. He was a true example of what makes a father wonderful. He is 85 years old and his keen mind of his childhood is amazing. He has never forgotten what made this town of Kaysville a great place to live. Just a few of his accomplishments, Marine Corp, Air Traffic Controller and raising a family with stability and strength. " Deborah Normington, his daughter. She also supplied the photo of Roy and his catch for the day.
Fawn B. Morgan had the honor and joy to interview Roy for our Oral History Project. Roy kept her laughing with stories that included one of Fawn's uncles.
More oral histories done! This is such a fun project. Contact me directly by message if you would be willing to learn more about these interviews. We will be holding another training. Max Green and Dorothy Green Larkins both live on Green Road, just down the street from where they were born. The little house was just torn down, but, as Dorothy said, "I still have my memories." We learned some fun, new facts about the Rock Loft - and lots of other subjects - for the book we are writing. You two are great assets to our community! Fawn Barker Morgan