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RANGELY — Rangely residents Dean and Leana Cox are this week’s “home of” honorees. They have lived in Rangely 16 years and will celebrate their 16th wedding anniversary in November.
Dean is a self-employed rancher. Leana is the Learning Resource Center coordinator for the CNCC Library.
The couple has four children and six grandchildren: daughter Joy Combs, husband Adrian and son Logan of Montrose; son Les Logan, wife Trish, son Austin and daughter Abbie of Olathe; son Zack Logan-Cox, wife Jessica and daughters Makayla, Shayla and Crysta are also Olathe residents; daughter Kirsty Cox lives in American Fork, Utah.
The Coxes enjoy four-wheeling and hunting. Leana also “likes to shop.”
When asked what she likes most about Rangely, Leana responded, “Love the weather and love the people, love the small town atmosphere. Love all my friends and family in Rangely, but most of all I love my students.”