Robert and Sue Coons celebrate 50th Anniversary

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They began their life together by sealing it with a kiss. 50 years later they still seal each night with a kiss.

After 50 Years,Bob and Sue Coons have raised 4 children and enjoy 12 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

Robert (Bob). and Sue (Sanders) Coons will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on November 25, 2014. They were married in the LDS Mesa Temple a short 50 years ago, on November 25, 1964.

Bob and Sue were raised in Arizona. The couple raised their four kids in San Manuel, where all four graduated from SMHS. Sue was a long time employee of the San Manuel Miner and Chris’s True Value. Bob retired as the Chief of San Manuel Fire Department. They are both enjoying retirement and living close to Sue’s father and brothers, as well as other childhood friends in the Benson area.

Bob and Sue’s children are: Cody Yeck (Carl) in Highland, UT, Tracy Cluff (Denby) in Casa Grande, Todd Coons (Loreen) in Gilbert, and Kelly Coons in Gilbert. They have also been blessed with 12 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

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