Thompson, Riley and Hall. In 1950, he went to work for Max Factor Co.
and continued there until his retirement in 1965.
He enjoyed hiking and horseback riding, and won many ribbons in
He was a longtime member of Los Angeles County Museum of Art,
enjoyed visiting museums, and concerts, and traveling around the
Selgelid still enjoys exercising in his wheelchair, and loves
music and entertainment.
Retired judge Marion E. Gubler of Glendale and attorney Victor L.
Walch of Burbank received the Spirit of America Awards at the annual
Fourth of July Flag Raising ceremony at the Hall of Liberty, Forest
Lawn Hollywood Hills.
They received the recognition because of their commitment to
family, community and church.
Gubler was a trial court judge in the state of California for more
than 21 years, presiding in Municipal and Superior Courts in Burbank.
He also served two terms as president of the L.A. County Presiding
He was a member of the Burbank Rotary Club for 30 years, and is on
the board of the Glendale Religious Leaders Assn., among other
He and his wife, Doris, celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary
in March. They are the parents of seven children and 15
Walch began his law practice in Burbank after graduating from
George Washington University in 1965.
He is a longtime community service volunteer, associated with
Rotary Club, Goodwill Industries of Southern California, Salvation
Army, Burbank Leadership, Verdugo Hills and Greater Los Angeles Boy
Scout Council, among others.
He and his wife, Carole Marie, were married in 1958. They have
nine children and two foster children.
Both Gubler and Walch have held numerous leadership position in
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
This annual event is presented by the Glendale and North Hollywood
Stakes of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Vahag Vartanian of Glendale and Artin Terhakopian of La Crescenta
have graduated from the Uniformed Services University's F. Edward
Herbert School of Medicine, a federal military medical school.
Upon their graduation, they were promoted to the rank of captain,
and have started their psychiatry internship at National Capital
Corsortium, Washington, D.C.
Michelle Jaqueline Laug of La Crescenta accepted membership in The
National Society of Collegiate Scholars and will be honored during a
campus ceremony this fall at USC.
Shannon McCarty of La Crescenta received her bachelor's degree in
television-radio-film from the S. I. Newhouse School of Public
Communications at Syracuse University.
Charles Sukki Hong of Glendale has graduated from Case Western
Reserve University with a Juris Doctor, Law degree, and made the
Armond Aghakhani of Glendale has graduated from Case Western
Reserve University with a doctor of dental surgery degree in
dentistry, and made the dean's list.