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If you’ve met them, you know the Wesley family is always smiling, laughing, and goofing around. (Seen here in this photo celebrating Barb’s 50th at The Outfitter’s Cabin!)

Glen and Barb are from Alberta, Canada and moved to the U.S.A when Glen was drafted to play for the Boston Bruins. Glen’s 20 year Pro hockey career took them from Boston to Hartford, CT where he played for the Whalers then he finished his career playing for and winning a Stanley Cup with the Carolina Hurricanes in North Carolina. With each new city came the arrival of a new baby.

25-year-old Amanda, born in Boston, lives in LA and works for The Painted Turtle, a program that gives kids with serious medical conditions and life-threatening disease the opportunity to attend camp and just be kids! Kids experience zip-lining, horseback riding, ropes course, archery, arts and crafts, you name it!

22-year-old Josh, born in Hartford, is following in his dad’s footsteps and playing professional hockey for the Charlotte Checkers. Josh has always loved Park City and spends his off-season here in the mountains. He also enjoys meeting people around his age that live in Promontory, so don’t be shy to call him if you want to adventure around or even hang out!

19-year-old Matthew, born in Raleigh, is living in Downtown LA where he attends the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising School, working toward becoming a Creative Director in the fashion industry. Matthew enjoys modeling and coming back home to PC on his breaks to refresh!

Barb has always been the cheerleader for her multi-talented family and enjoys volunteering in many different capacities. Her welcoming smile has become a staple and she loves to greet anyone who comes across her path!

The Wesley’s are full-timers in Promontory because of the amenities, incredible views, and Promontory activities. They have found so much joy living in Park City and love attending Mountain Life Church. They also love meeting and connecting with new people so be sure to say “Hi” when you see them!

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