Robert E. and Ann McKune


Robert E. and Ann McKune of Rangeley, Colo., will celebrate their 63rd wedding anniversary on Oct. 13.

Bob and Ann grew up in Golden and Wheat Ridge areas near Denver, moving to Steamboat Springs in 1957. They ranched in the Yampa Valley in the Cow Creek, Trout Creek and Phippsburg areas. Bob served as Routt County commissioner from 1976 to 1984. Ann was involved in Veterans of Foreign Affairs Auxiliary as well as the South Routt library district until their recent move to their ranch on the White River near Rangeley.

They believe retirement is staying active and doing what you really enjoy - therefore they continue to raise cattle and hay, spend time with family and continue to be involved in community, VFW affairs and various other projects of interest.

Sons Bob and Butch, along with wives Kathy and Faye, are happy to share in this special celebration, along with grandson Russell, his wife Jennifer and three great-grandsons, Blake, Nicholas and Chase.

Their immediate and extended family would like to congratulate them on this milestone in their lives and thank them for their dedication to each other and to those who love them.

Friends wanting to join in wishing them well may reach them at their home address, 33553 E. Hwy 64, Rangely, CO 81648.


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