Mona Ann Mundorff
Class of 1936
September 17, 2014
After graduation from Winner High School in 1954, I started working at the Tripp County Library and was employed there until September 1955. I spent 1955-56 at the University of South Dakota.
Following that I returned home and worked for the Tripp County States Attorney's Office for about a year and a half.
I then decided to make a change and moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado, and worked for several years at two law firms.
In 1961 I met and married a serviceman, William “Bill” Voyles. After his discharge from the U.S. Army at Fort Carson, Colorado, we moved to Lomita, California. We spent a year in Southern California where I worked for a small law firm, Lessin & Foley in Lomita.
In 1962, we returned to Colorado Springs. Western Federal Savings and Loan Association of Denver had opened a branch office in Colorado Springs and I started to work there in the Loan Department as a Loan Officer and Mortgage Loan Closer. Bill obtained a position with the advertising department of The Free Press, the local daily newspaper.
I worked for Western Federal for 25 years in several of their branch offices.
In 1988, I made another move -- returning to California. I found a position with a law firm in San Francisco and started working there as secretar y in the litigation department. I was promoted several times and eventually became the Secretarial Coordinator for the entire San Francisco office. I retired there in 2001.
In 2014, I moved back to Colorado Springs and settled in an apartment in Winslow Court, a retirement community
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