1/14 Bonnie Resler Karlsrud

2/14 The Baden Powell Society - 1998

3/14 Camp Dale Resler - 1998 - Flag Ceremony

4/14 Nona Resler - 99th Birthday - 2000

5/14 Nona Resler - 99th Birthday - 2000

6/14 Nona Resler - 99th Birthday - 2000

7/14 Nona Resler - 100th Birthday - 2001

8/14 Nona Celebrates Her 101st Birthday

9/14 Nona Celebrates Her 101st Birthday

10/14 Hall Of Honor Recipients - 2004

11/14 Hall Of Honor -- Dale Resler - 2004

12/14 Nona Resler's 98th Birthday Celebration

13/14 El Paso Historical Society - Hall of Honor - 2004

14/14 El Paso Historical Society - Hall of Honor - 2004

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Bonnie Resler was born in Akron, Colorado, but was brought to El Paso, Texas by Dale and Nona Resler when she was six weeks old.
Bonnie went to Dudley School and El Paso High School before enrolling in College of Mines in El Paso. Since she was a mid-term graduate from high school, she went to summer school at Mines for three summers to make up a semester. She transferred to Southern Methodist University her junior year.
Upon graduation from S.M.U., Bonnie went to work for her dad as secretary - receptionist in the combined offices of Carlsbad Cavern Coaches and El Paso White Truck Sales Company. She continued working there until she married Quentin "Karl" Karlsrud in 1955.
Bonnie had started singing in the choirs at Trinity when she was sixteen, and took up where she had left off when she returned to school. She also became involved in the Chapel Class with her mom as sponsor of the class.
Bonnie has three children, Kaye, Gary, and Ken. She and her husband Karl have resided in Boulder,Colorado for forty-seven years. Since she has family and friends who live in El Paso, she comes back to visit often.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (2000 - 2009), Family and Friends

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Named after the founder of the Boy Scouts, this group of old-time scouters from six or seven districts get together once a month for lunch to share ideas about traditional scouting, George Geno was the one who got the group started, and one day he invited Nona and Gloria to lunch with the group.

Central / Downtown, (1990 - 1999), Family and Friends

  • Nona Resler

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Flag ceremony -- Nona Resler turns 97years old and Camp Dale Resler is 40 years old.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1990 - 1999), Commemoration

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Nona Resler celebrates her birthday--she was ninety-nine.

Central / Rim Road, (2000 - 2009), Celebration

  • Nona Resler
  • Birthday
  • 99th Birthday

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Article written about Nona Resler's birthday party.

Central / Rim Road, (2000 - 2009), Celebration

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  • 99th Birthday
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Nona Resler's birthday cake--she was ninety-nine.

Central / Rim Road, (2000 - 2009), Celebration

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  • 99th Birthday

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On June 23, 2001 the Woman's Club of El Paso celebrated Nona Resler's 100th birthday.

Central / El Paso High, (2000 - 2009), Celebration

  • Birthday
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  • 100th Birthday

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Nona and Gloria Arreola on Nona's porch at White Acres.

Westside / Remcon, (2000 - 2009), Family and Friends

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Nona and Pat Corman Resler at White Acres El Paso Texas.

Westside / Remcon, (2000 - 2009), Family and Friends

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Dale Resler with Frank W. Gorman, Jr. became the recipients for the year 2004.

Central / Sunset Heights, (2000 - 2009), Commemoration

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  • Frank W. Gorman
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The El Paso County Historical Society honors Dale Resler in the year 2004.

Central / Sunset Heights, (2000 - 2009), Commemoration

  • Dale Resler

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Gary and Jennifer and their new little daughter Aeva, came from New Jersey for their grandmother's (and great-grandmother's) birthday too.

Central / Downtown, (1990 - 1999), Celebration

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El Paso Historical Society - Hall of Honor - 2004

Left to Right--Pat and Wayne Resler, Karl and Bonnie Karlsrud.

Central / Sunset Heights, (2000 - 2009), Commemoration

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El Paso Historical Society - Hall of Honor - 2004

Left to Right: Karl and Bonnie Karlsrud, and Jake Ross

Central / Sunset Heights, (2000 - 2009), Commemoration

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