Kenneth and Sylvia Cook recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They were married March 17, 1959, in the Los Angeles LDS Temple. They have four children, ten grandchildren, and eleven great-grandchildren. Recently, a wonderful family gathering was held at the Copper Mill reception center in North Logan. All of their children, and most of their grandchildren and great-grandchildren, were there, along with members of their extended family.

Sylvia has worked as a dental assistant, a stay-at-home mother and at the USU Bookstore. She loves her flower garden, is a wonderful seamstress, a fun grandma and still makes the best rolls in the world!

Ken retired from the Space Dynamics Lab, and is a volunteer tour guide at the Hill Aerospace Museum, where he was honored for logging in over 7,000 hours sharing his love and expertise in WWII history with countless visitors to the museum.

Both Ken and Sylvia are active members of the Cache Valley Antique Car Club and have driven their vintage cars in many parades and tours since 1972. They have served as ordinance workers in the Logan Temple. They both enjoy gardening and spoiling their dachshund, Max.

Congratulations, Mom and Dad! We love you!

Please be aware the Herald Journal does not endorse, and is not responsible for alleged employment offers in the comments.