Thank Goodness, No Masks!September 28, 2023
We are so pleased with the changes in COVID protection; we are no longer required to wear masks. This is particularly good news because when you meet Regan Martinson, as the first thing you notice is her vibrant smile.
Regan came to Duluth from Bismarck, North Dakota. She started college at North Dakota State University where she attended for a year and completed several of her generals before coming to Lake Superior College for nursing. She currently is an LPN at Benedictine Living Community-Duluth. Besides working, Regan is studying to earn her registered nurse license. She came to work at Benedictine Duluth, because many of her friends recommended it as a good place to work.
She also came to the northland for the outdoors. Regan particularly likes to hike. For her, hiking is a team sport as she loves to hike with her new fiancé, Koby Bender. No stranger to team sports, Koby played hockey for Cloquet and the UMD Bulldogs.
When talking about Koby, her face lights up with her vibrant smile. His proposal was like the game winning goal. Regan said the proposal was magical. She was totally surprised. She thought their trip to Bismarck was to spend time with family, which is always wonderful. On this day, they took a hike along the Missouri River. Stopping for a moment, he got down on one knee and asked her to marry him. It wasn’t a break away; he had a team with him, hiding in the bushes. The lineup included a photographer, Regan’s parents and one of her friends. It was a perfect spring day, and of course she said, YES!
Congratulations and best wishes to the bride and groom.