Debora Peterson Carn
1076 E. 1150 N.
Orem, UT 84097
Comments from 1991:
After OHS, I attended Weber State College for two years and received an associate degree in Office Administration. While there, I was affiliated with LaDianeda Sorority. I then traveled south to the "zoo" at BYU in Happy Valley with several friends. I found it not only fun but also challenging (wearing a dress everyday was a bit too much at times). After BYU, I was employed at the State and worked for Social Services in Ogden and Salt Lake City. During this time, I met and married Tom Carn, a 1970 graduate of Bonneville High.
He was accepted at the U. of U. Medical School, so off to the big city we went for four years of poverty, but also great memories at University Village, a married student housing complex. There we found out Happy Valley didn't have the only "zoo" in Utah. There were kids everywhere, including two of our own.
At the end of medical school, our roots pulled us back to Ogden where Tom completed a three-year residency program at McKay Hospital. When the residency ended, we went back to Happy Valley to search for the gold at the end of the rainbow (we're still searching)! Actually, we love living in Orem where Tom is enjoying a very busy practice, and must admit, we are avid BYU fans.
I am a full-time mother of five (three girls and two boys). I've stayed active raising and chasing them, traveling to far off wonderful places and been actively involved with the Medical Wives Auxiliary. I enjoy singing and performing with a small group of medical wives at community and church events--Lawrence Welk would be proud--book early, operators are standing by!
Now, if this isn't enough, for some extra fun, I've taken up the game of golf just so I can see my husband once in a while and seek a little solitude of my own out in the woods!