Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel - Ogden, UT, 84401, United States

Event Announcements and Comments

Excellent Conference Facilities

June 30, 2014

Dear Mr. Fenton:

I would like to personally thank you, Kristal Blessett and your staff for the outstanding support we received during our recent US Air Force IPV Program Management Review that was hosted at the Ben Lomond hotel from 23 thru 25 June 2014. The conference facilities on the 11th floor were excellent and the support provided during the conference was outstanding. Especially noteworthy, was the support provided by Ms. Shelly Leavitt. Each morning and each afternoon, she ensured that coffee, drinks and refreshments were on hand and ready prior to each days' session. Please give her our thanks for a job well done.

Sincerely,

Paul B.

Lockheed Martin

Great Event Team at Ben Lomond Suites

  • Purple Party in the Grandview

June 5, 2014

Dear Kristal and Mike,

We were overwhelmed with all the arrangements and help you gave our group. We don't book a hotel event very often, but when we do we will think of you first.

All the women attending remarked on the nice space and how it looked decorated.

Meaghan was our hostess and she was very helpful and interested to see that things went well. The "hostess" concept was not a term I had heard before. Love it!

Saundra H.

Edmund "Ted" Marshall Whitmeyer Wake at Ben Lomond Suites

Edmund "Ted" Marshall Whitmeyer left us March 26, 2014, to be with loved ones who have gone before him. Ted was born March 25, 1928, to Albert A. and Ora M. Whitmeyer, in Ogden UT.

Ted obtained a degree in Engineering from Stanford University after graduating from Ogden High School.

While Ted was pursuing his Masters degree in Civil Engineering at Stanford, he met and married Marjory Jane Nash.

Ted served in the Korean War with the Army Corp of Engineers building air fields.

Upon returning from Korea, he and Jane made their home in Ogden, UT.

Ted established a reputation of integrity working for Ogden City, Thiokol, and a few General Contractors along the Wasatch Front.

Ted loved his family, his animals, nature, and the outdoors.

Ted is survived by his daughters Lisa W. Gidley (Bill Gidley) and Lynn Whitmeyer (Ken McGrath), and his grandsons Nathan, Adam, and Stefan Gidley.

We will always remember Ted with respect and awe.

A WAKE for family and close friends will be held on Thursday April 10, 2014, from 6 pm to 8 pm. The celebration will be located in the Sunlit Room of the Ben Lomond Hotel, 2510 Washington Blvd. Ogden, UT.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to the World Wildlife Fund 1-888-993-9455, legacygifts@wwfus.org.

Please send condolences to the family at: www.leavittsmortuary.com

Arrangements under the direction of Leavitt's Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah.

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