Where's Your Griz Been?

UM alumni take their Griz gear to unique places around the world


Categories: Alumni

Do you have a photo of yourself wearing Griz gear in a unique place? If so, send it and a brief description to themontanan@umontanan.edu
Winners will see their photo published in the Montanan and receive a gift. To be considered, photos must be in focus
with the UM or Griz logo clearly visible.

Myra Shults ‘64 and Gary Swartz ’73 show off their Griz pride in Jerash, Jordan, in March. They were in Jordan following a two-week trip to Egypt with Ambassador Mark Johnson sponsored by the Montana World Affairs Council.


Griffyth Richard, ‘82 who married his wife in Washington-Grizzly Stadium eight years ago, traveled to colonial Guanajuato, Mexico, to meet his wife’s family for the first time. He shares his Griz pride at the city’s Festival Internacional Cervantino, in honor of Miguel Cervantes.

Alan DeWit ‘05 and his wife, Mandy, visited Maui for their 10th wedding anniversary. DeWit is the assistant vice president of commercial lending for Rocky Mountain Credit Union in Bozeman, where he’s a minority with Griz gear.


  Sharon Presthus Tandberg ’72 and her husband, Rolf, pose during a recent South Seas adventure on Pitcairn Island, billed as one of the most remote inhabited places on earth, accessible only by ship.


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