Monday , March 25, 2013 - 9:09 AM
Doris Randall Cox of North Ogden celebrated 90 years of good living with a family celebration at the Maddox Ranch House Restaurant on March 21.
She was born and raised in North Ogden on March 21, 1923, to David Gilbert and Una Chatelain Randall. She is a Weber High School graduate and served an LDS mission in the Western States.
She married Donald Cox in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Logan Temple on June 13, 1951. He died June 23, 1993.
Their children are Denise Hancock, David and Carolyn Cox, Doralee Cox, Darwin and Michele Cox, and Demar Cox.
She has nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
She worked at Commercial Security Bank, Blue Cross/Blue Shield and General Mills.
She remains active in the LDS Church, having served as den mother, librarian, extraction worker, Primary chorister, Relief Society president, Mutual Improvement Association president, teacher in Sunday School, Mutual and Primary, stake mission secretary, stake Primary leader, music director and sacrament program coordinator. She continues to serve as a visiting teaching coordinator. She has been a volunteer at the North Ogden Senior Center since 1990, where she has served as a secretary and historian for the board. She continues to help with their finances.
Her hobbies include quilting, embroidery, genealogy and violin. She is well known by family and friends for her homemade chocolates. She enjoys giving to others.