Where are they now? | ParkRecord.com

Where are they now?

In July 1990 Brandon and Scott Cunningham arrived in Park City after living all their lives in Marietta, Ga. It was quite a change.

Brandon went directly into his freshman year of high school. He graduated from Park City High School in 1994 and then continued his education at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Wash. He graduated with Bachelor of Arts degree in History.

Then real life began. What to do and where to go? A few part-time jobs and many parties later, Brandon decided to follow in his father’s footsteps and learn how to fly airplanes. He enrolled in Sierra Academy on Sept. 10, 2001. After much schooling and accumulated certificates, Brandon started flying the C-210 for California Shock Trauma and Rescue. After finally getting enough hours to fly for a commuter airline, Brandon was hired by Sky West Airlines. He is now a co-pilot on the regional jet and is based out of Salt Lake. He is looking forward to getting back to the Park City way of life with the hiking, biking and skiing.

Scott went into middle school and then graduated from Park City High School in 1996. Like his brother he graduated from the University of Puget Sound in 2000 with a major in marketing. At college he met his future wife, Shanelle Soine.

Scott took a job with Rolls Royce Engines in the Bay Area. He recently accepted a promotion and job transfer to Indianapolis. He lives in Carmel, Ind. With his wife and two daughters.

Where are they now?

From collecting medicinal plants in Ecuador to running a bed & breakfast in Cambodia, graduates from our community are engaged in some amazing careers. To celebrate their spirit of adventure The Park Record is kicking off a series about what alumni from Park City, South Summit and North Summit are doing these days. Brag about your kids or tell classmates where they can find you now. Call Education Editor Dale Thompson, (435) 649-9014 or send email to education@parkrecord.com

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