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Oral history interview with Ronald Ullery and Donald Ullery, 2002 January 22

Identifier: DCL2002.009


Ronald and Donald Ullery reminisce about growing up in Sedalia, Colo. They talk about their parents and other Ullery family members that lived in Douglas County, as well as other people who were in the community. They describe early businesses and ranches in the Sedalia area, and recall the flood of 1965 and the damage that it caused, including destroying their family home. They detail growing up in a close-knit family in Sedalia, as well as the supportive and nurturing environment the small town provided.


  • 2002 January 22

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The Ullery brothers (Ronald and Donald) grew up in Sedalia, Colo., a small town in Douglas County south of Denver. They attended grade school in Sedalia and junior high and high school in neighboring Castle Rock. After graduating, Ron worked for the highway department and then worked at various jobs in Douglas County, including the Douglas County School District. Don worked for Hier & Price, a drilling company in Douglas County, joined the Navy, then returned to work for the area phone company for several years before retiring from a manufacturing company.


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