64 years ago, Ray and Joyce Moss of Ogden were married on June 30, 1949, at the bride's home in Ogden. They have filled their years with family, friends, boating, golfing, camping and traveling, all they say with happy memories.
He was born in Ogden to George and Mae Moss. He graduated from Ogden High School and served in the Navy during World War II and the Korean War. He graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in engineering and Weber State University with a degree in business.
He owned Yellow Cab Co., Moss Ambulance Service, Avis Rent a Car and ConVal Aid Sick Room Supplies. He was president of Bio Tel Western and All Year Paradise, which built Powder Ridge Village at Powder Mountain. He was president of Ogden Toastmasters Club and Ogden Kiwanis Club. For more than 25 years, he was chairman of the board of trustees of Powder Mountain Water and Sewer District and still serves. He is also a pilot and owned his own plane. She was born in Ogden to Arthur E.C. and Zella Mae Byers and raised at 938 12th St., where the Christmas Box is now. She graduated from Ogden High School in 1949. She dispatched cabs and ambulances for 40 years. She worked for two years at Defense Depot Ogden and 16 years as a cook at Horace Mann School. She is retired and watches grandchildren, does gardening and hand quilting.
Their children and their spouses are Sandra and Dr. Terry Robinson, Kerry Moss (deceased), Kevin and Roberta Moss, Karlene and Brent Lindley, Sharon and fiance Mike Parkinson, and Susan and Mike Parry.
They have 22 grandchildren (one is deceased) and 12 great-grandchildren.