High School sweethearts Robert and Dixie Quiroz celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Dec. 22, 2020.

They were married Dec. 22, 1960 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Lennox, California.

Both are retired, Robert in 2004 from Roseburg Forest Products plywood plant I.

They are very proud parents of three sons, Bob L Quiroz and his wife Shelley of Roseburg, Ron K. Quiroz of Coon Hollow, Oregon, and Ray L. Quiroz, who sadly passed away in 2014. The couple also has three grandchildren, Keela (Jake) Sutton of Medford, Oregon, Maria Quiroz and her fiance Andres Cardinas, of El Cerrito, California, and Dezirae Quiroz of Green; and two great-grandchildren, Dylon Sutton (11 years old) and Macy Sutton (7 years old).

Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the couple celebrated their anniversary at home with residing son Ron. They had a candlelight dinner — take out from Carlos Restaurant, a 60th anniversary cake, balloons and beautiful flower bouquets. From friends and family they received many phone alls, cards, a cake and gift from Harry & David.

To their surprise, an anniversary cake and balloons were anonymously left on their front porch. they would like to say thank you very much.

Robert and Dixie still laugh, love and enjoy their faith, family, friends, love of classic cars and music at 78 years old.

They want to express their thankfulness, love, hugs and kisses to everyone for making their 60th anniversary a very special one!!

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