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Marilyn Kelch Gubler

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Matthew was born on March 9, 1980, to John Gubler, an attorney, and Marilyn Kelch Gubler, a rancher, political consultant and a former chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Party.


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Parents: His father John Gubler is an attorney, his mother Marilyn Kelch Gubler is a rancher, a political consultant and a former chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Party.


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Matthew was born on March 9, 1980, to John Gubler, an attorney, and Marilyn Kelch Gubler, a rancher, political consultant and a former chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Party.
Matthew was born on March 9, 1980, to John Gubler, an attorney, and Marilyn Kelch Gubler, a rancher, political consultant and a former chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Party.


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Gubler was born March 9, 1980, the son of John Gubler, an attorney, and Marilyn Kelch Gubler."From the time he was 8 years old, he's been very focused on film," says Marilyn Gubler, a rancher, political consultant and former chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Party."He's the kind of kid who is very clear about where he is going.He has an immense curiosity and love of life." Gubler est né le 09 mars 1980, il est le fils de John Gubler, un procureur, et de Marilyn Kelch Gubler.Ses parents savaient qu'ils avaient un enfant spécial entre les mains."Depuis l'âge de 8 ans, il est très focalisé sur les films", dit Marilyn Gubler, propriétaire d'un ranch, consultante politique et ancienne présidente du parti républicain du Nevada.


Las Vegas SUN: Horse of action: Riding options plentiful around Las Vegas Valley

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Las Vegas businesswoman Marilyn Gubler found herself at age 50 "burned out" on the business world and decided to pursue a lifelong ambition of creating a place where folks could go to experience the Wild West. "Horses have always been a part of my life," said the 60-year-old Gubler, whose parents came to Las Vegas in 1939 to start the town's first radio station, KENO 1460-AM. She said her parents bought horses when she was a child and learned to ride early. "One of my very earliest memories is riding on (a horse named) Major behind my mom and holding on for dear life to her fluffy gray sweater," Gubler recalled."I've had a lot of different careers, but horses have always been a part of my life." Gubler graduated from Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif., taught school for eight years, became a political consultant and a government affairs specialist, a lobbyist and activist for the Republican Party (serving as chairman for the county and state GOP and on the Republican National Committee). Along the way Gubler operated a number of businesses. "When I hit 50, I got burned out from the rat race.It just wasn't fun anymore," Gubler said."It was time for a change, but it took me five years to figure out what I really wanted to do. "People need to know what the West is all about," Gubler said."I'm 45 minutes and 100 years from the Strip." Related stories:No shortage of space for horse owners 5 Mar. 08:14:34Printable text version | Mail this to a friend


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