RANGELY | Richard and Cindy Garner of Rangely are this week’s “home of” honorees. The Garners have lived here two years. Richard and Cindy will be married 11 years in September.Rich is a sergeant for the county sheriff. Cindy is the animal control officer for the town of Rangely. She serves on the county fair board, helps with 4-H shooting sports program, Rangely 4-H Council and has been a 4-H chaperone.The Garners have two sons: Del, 9, is a fourth grader and A.J., 8, is a third grader. Both attend Parkview Elementary.“We like to hunt, fish and go 4-wheeling and I enjoy scrapbooking and rubber stamping. The boys raised rabbits for 4-H this year and next year may raise pigs. We enjoyed gardening at the community garden in Rangely. The boys took some produce to fair this year,” Cindy said.We love the small town atmosphere and friendliness of everyone here. We were very impressed with Rangely when we were looking to relocate and get out of the nine months of winter in Granby. We really liked the people and atmosphere and wanted a good place to raise our boys in and felt that Rangely was going to be that place,” Cindy added.
RANGELY | Chris and Maria England of Rangely are this week’s “home of” honorees. Chris is a Rangely native “born at Rangely District Hospital.” Related
MEEKER | Colorado natives Richard and Pearl Ellsworth will have lived in Meeker for 40 years as of June, and they are pretty happy to be living their lives in a rural surrounding. Related