Anniversary: Ray And Sherry Vander Berg Celebrate 60 Years

Originally Published: October 2, 2021 8:24 p.m.

Ray and Sherry Vander Berg were married Sept 30.1961 at East Leonard Baptist Church in Grand Rapids, MI. They have lived and worked in Prescott since 1978. Ray retired from the Yavapai County Road Department in 2001 and Sherry retired from the Community Pregnancy Center in 2019.They will celebrate their 60th anniversary Oct 2, with a “60’s “ Potluck and a “Price is Right” game, with “60’s” prices, at Vista Park .They have been blessed with five children, Bob, Laura Moore, Joan Fisher, Anna Grisham, Chanda Sanders; 15 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. The couple is shown then and now. (Courtesy)

Ray and Sherry Vander Berg were married Sept 30.1961 at East Leonard Baptist Church in Grand Rapids, MI. They have lived and worked in Prescott since 1978. Ray retired from the Yavapai County Road Department in 2001 and Sherry retired from the Community Pregnancy Center in 2019.They will celebrate their 60th anniversary Oct 2, with a “60’s “ Potluck and a “Price is Right” game, with “60’s” prices, at Vista Park .They have been blessed with five children, Bob, Laura Moore, Joan Fisher, Anna Grisham, Chanda Sanders; 15 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. The couple is shown then and now. (Courtesy)

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