Friday , March 28, 2014 - 12:05 PM
Mick and Donna Cragun of Syracuse will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary while on a family trip to Hawaii. Family and friends may attend an open house hosted by their children from 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 8 at Sunset Park Villas Clubhouse, 868 W. 1920 South, Syracuse.
They were married Feb. 5, 1964, in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Logan Temple.
She graduated from Ogden High School, and attended Weber State College and Boise State University’s nursing program. She was employed by Smith’s as a pharmacy technician and Davis Hospital. She says that her favorite job was raising her children. She has a special interest in anything medical, and her family and friends say she has a nurturing and caring personality that has touched many.
He graduated from Weber High School. He spent the majority of their marriage working for Smith’s, starting at American Foods and growing with the company as it grew. He retired from there in 1993 after 33 years. Since retiring, he has enjoyed an assortment of jobs, with his favorite being a school bus driver for Davis School District. He has a special interest in woodworking and has created many pieces for his home, children, grandchildren and friends.
They have lived in Ogden, Clearfield and Boise, Idaho.
Their children and spouses are Michael and Heather Cragun, Steve and Cori Cragun, Stephanie and Steve Pittman, and Brian and Jaime Cragun. They have 10 grandchildren.
They enjoy spending time with family and friends, attending their grandchildren’s activities, traveling to visit temples, camping and dancing with their dance club Buckles and Bows.
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