Roger Cook Obituary, Former Garden And Landscape Contractor “This Old House” Passed Away

Death: Roger Cook Obituary – Roger Cook served as a garden and landscape contractor for the public television series This Old House, which focuses on property renovations, from 1988 until 2020. His term ran from 1988 until 2020. He has also been on the television shows Ask This Old House and Inside This Old House, which are part of the same family of shows. Cook graduated from the University of Maine in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science in wildlife management and conservation law. Cook meets the requirements to work as a landscaping professional in Massachusetts.

He is also an active member of the Massachusetts Arborist Association and has previously served as president of the boards of New England Grows and the Association of Landscape Contractors of Massachusetts. He’s also a member of the Massachusetts Land Management Association. K & R Tree and Landscape Company, founded by Cook and his wife Kathleen, began operations in 1982. Cook is both the company’s owner and its principal operator. Cook originally appeared on the television show This Old House in 1982.

He worked as a landscape foreman for a private company at the time and contributed to a number of projects shown on This Old House. He has worked on several projects that were showcased on the show. The Bigelow Ranch and Woburn House were built as part of these projects. Cook joined the show’s full-time cast in 1988, when the Lexington Bed & Breakfast was renovated. Beginning that year, he also became the show’s garden and landscaping contractor. He also contributed to the book Complete Landscaping, edited by This Old House Books and released in 2004 in collaboration with Sunset Books.

In addition to his current job on the editorial board of This Old House magazine, he has contributed to the book. Cook announced that he would be reducing his appearances on television programs in June 2018, citing unspecified health reasons. Cook owns a villa on Cape Cod, in addition to his home in Burlington, Massachusetts, where he resides with his two young children. This Old House’s presenter, Kevin O’Connor, announced Cook’s departure during a segment of The Tonight Show that aired on January 7, 2020. The piece debuted on Thursday, January 7, 2020. After stepping down as host, Jenn Nawada, who had previously appeared as a guest on the show several times, took over.

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