Want to meet Carl Cook this weendkend? Check out Carl Cook events:
We're going to be celebrating having Carl for a whole year this August! To our personal/local friends: Swing by for some hot dogs & pup-cakes, while Carl will get his own doggo-safe cake and wear a party hat! Unfortunately, we can't have a playdate party since we don't have a fenced in yard, but hoomans are welcome! We'll likely be out late, so if you work, no worries, come on by! To our online family/non-local friends: If you'd like to join in on the fun, you can feel free to send Carl fun cards, photos of his furry friends, or your pupper's favorite toys/treats! We can send you the mailing address in a private message if you'd like to send him any fun goodies ❤
A Concerts in the Park favorite, Cook and Belle, will have you moving and grooving to their great music!!! Joining this great duo will be Seth Cook and Carl Storie. Plan to be there!!
For all YSA in the Ottawa Stake + all graduating seminary students! An evening fireside & dinner with Elder Carl B. Cook from the presidency of the Seventy. Dinner at 6:00pm followed by a special Q&A style fireside. Please be seated in the chapel by 6:50pm. Biography: "Elder Carl B. Cook was sustained as a General Authority Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 2, 2011. He is currently assigned to Church headquarters. Elder Cook has also served as president of the Africa Southeast Area. Elder Cook received a bachelor of arts from Weber State College in 1981 and a master of business administration from Utah State University in 1982. Prior to his call, he worked in commercial real estate development. Elder Cook has served in a number of Church callings, including full-time missionary in Hamburg, Germany; bishop; stake president; Area Seventy; and president of the New Zealand Auckland Mission. Carl Bert Cook was born in Ogden, Utah, on October 15, 1957. He married Lynette Hansen in December 1979. They are the parents of five children."
He is the son of william Cook (died 2011) and Gayle Cook, who co-founded the Cook Group.
After graduation, Cook traveled to France and Germany for a year, setting up computers for his family’s company, the Cook Group, a medical devices company founded by his late Father william Cook. He then worked at the Cook Group pacemaker division in Leechburg, Pennsylvania and in their Winston-Salem plant.