Riverside Apartments – 1998 to 2005
Another noisy apartment building. I lived on the bottom floor, so I had neighbors above me. Most of the people who lived upstairs were quiet, but some caused me much anxiety. I think I lived there for 7 years, no way to really tell now.
I worked for Anderson Lumber the first part of my stay at Riverside apartments. Anderson Lumber was bought by a holding company, so most of the staff was terminated. I worked for Anderson Lumber for about 5 years.
After Anderson Lumber I worked for three months at Wal-Mart in Bloomington, I was hired as Christmas help. After Wal-Mart, I got a job through my friend Thomas Trump at All Purpose Windows. I worked for All-Purpose Windows until I was terminated after I purchased my condo.
480 South 200 West – 2005 to 2015
The first property I owned – and the last. Not my wisest choice to buy a condominium. The place was poorly built. It was like sharing a house with strangers living in the other room. Lots of noise and no management on site.
I lived in Sun Gardens Condo’s almost exactly ten years. Lots of unpleasant events while I lived there. My apartment was the one on the bottom floor on the left side of the building.
919 South 400 East – 2015 to Present
The most recent decade should be the easiest to complete. Only three residences in this decade. The latest is my apartment at The Village at Heritage Court. I moved in February 2015. Not much to tell other than it is the best apartment I have lived in Saint George. There are many amenities, and best of all it is tranquil. My studio is on the second floor on the backside of the building. I have a great view of the freeway, and I can see Kolob from my Living-room window.