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Colorado’s Docheff Dynasty

by Pat Martin,
Grand Junction, Colo.

Pat MartinJim and Judy Docheff recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with their five sons: L-R: John,Jim Sr., Judy, Joe, Jim Jr., Justin and Jay.

How do you spell “family tradition?” In Longmont, Colorado, it’s spelled

D-O-C-H-E-F-F. Dairyman Jim Docheff Sr. and his wife Judy, who recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, are the parents of five sons, four of whom elected to make dairying their vocation. With the most recent addition to the family legacy, 17-year-old grandson Joshua, the family now boasts five generations of dairymen.

How do you spell “family tradition?” In Longmont, Colorado, it’s spelled

D-O-C-H-E-F-F. Dairyman Jim Docheff Sr. and his wife Judy, who recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, are the parents of five sons, four of whom elected to make dairying their vocation. With the most recent addition to the family legacy, 17-year-old grandson Joshua, the family now boasts five generations of dairymen.