Robin Bricher of Meeker is this week’s “home of” honoree. Robin has lived here 34 years.Robin is the office manager for Redi Services LLC in Meeker. She recently purchased her own business, Many Hidden Treasures. It’s located in the Parker Mall on Sixth Street in Meeker. Robin’s store features “new and like-new used items and is a consignment and gift shop”.Robin has three children. Her son, Boyd Richardson, and his wife Amanda, have two sons, Clay and Austen, and a daughter, Harley. They live in Meeker. Robin’s daughter, Amanda Richardson, lives in Vernal, Utah, with her daughter Gracie and son Dawson. Amanda will marry Mike Nunn of Vernal on Aug. 20. Robin’s other daughter, Lacey Tyburn, and her husband Brandon and son Kelton, also reside in Vernal.Robin’s sister, Rayola Rust of Meeker, raised her after their mother died when Robin was 4. Her sister Teresa Tingle also lives in Meeker. Robin’s brothers, Dale Boren and Dallas Boren, and her sister, Debra Ring, live in Vernal.Robin loves to “sing and scrapbook. I’ve recently kept busy helping plan my daughter’s wedding. I enjoy meeting all the different people I’ve met through my job at Redi and my business. My family and friends are a major part of my life. I enjoy helping people and pitching in when needed, Robin said.Robin likes living in Meeker. “The people in the community are very friendly and respectful. I can walk down the road and get a hug or a smile from someone I know,” Robin added.
RANGELY | David and Kelsey Zickefoose of Rangely are this week’s “home of” honorees. David and Kelsey have lived in Rangely since 2008. They celebrated their third wedding anniversary Feb. 21.
MEEKER | The appeal of a small town and the availability of outdoor activities played a major role in Dale and Jill Dunbar’s decision to set up home in Meeker.