Edith Abel Conger will celebrate her 90th birthday on Saturday, Feb. 23. Family and friends may greet her at an open house hosted in her honor by her family from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Legacy House, 330 E. 1400 North, Logan.
She was born in American Fork on Feb. 26, 1923. She is the wife of the late Ray L. Conger. They raised their family in Brigham City.
They are the parents of David Conger (deceased), Reed Conger, Ann Conger, Gary Conger, Thomas Conger (deceased), Sherman Conger, Gail Geiger and Jeanne Warren.
They have 27 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren.
She retired from Thiokol in 1988, where she worked in the traffic departments.
After retirement, they enjoyed traveling and were chaperones on tours to Wendover and Jackpot, Nev., Southern Utah, and occasionally to other out-of-state destinations. A highlight in her retirement years was attending an Atlanta Braves and Colorado Rockies professional baseball game.
She is known for her crocheting, knitting and quilting. She has lived in Logan since 2004.