Home of: Greg and Cindy Booker

RANGELY | Longtime Rangely residents Greg and Cindy Booker are this week’s “home of” honorees. Greg moved to Rangely with his family when he was in middle school. Cindy is a Rangely native. Her parents are Joe and Mary Ann Fuller, also of Rangely. Greg and Cindy celebrated 35 years of marriage July 5.
Greg is self-employed. He owns G.B. Booker Consulting Inc., a directional drilling business. Cindy is a teller at the Rangely branch of First National Bank of the Rockies.
Greg and Cindy have two daughters. Their daughter Erin Willis, her husband Jon and their children, Brandon, Bryce and Addison live in Rangely. Erin is a homemaker and Jon is a directional driller for Payzone. The Bookers’ other daughter Andria and her son Rylan live in the Grand Junction area.
“We own a Harley-Davidson motorcycle and ride it as much as possible. Greg took it out a couple of days after Christmas just so he could say he rode in December. It was around 45 degrees. I like the temperature to be above 50 degrees for me to ride. We rode our motorcycle through Yellowstone last year and often take day trips to Vernal and around Flaming Gorge and also have ridden over the Grand Mesa near Grand Junction,” Cindy explained.
“My grandkids are pretty much my hobby. My husband works 20 days on and 10 days off, so I do a lot of things with them,” Cindy said.
“I like the small town atmosphere of Rangely. I like the safeness. I’ve always felt that my grandkids and kids were safe here. Not much to do here compared to a big city, but you can go fishing and enjoy the outdoors. My son-in-law takes his kids arrowhead hunting and hiking. They may not find arrowheads, but they enjoy it,” Cindy added.