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Photos: Ancestry opens new headquarters in Lehi

Val Hale, executive director of the Governor's Office of Economic Development, left, Lehi Mayor Bert Wilson, Ancestry CEO Tim Sullivan, Gov. Gary Herbert and Howard Hochhauser, chief financial officer for Ancestry, participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the company's new headquarters in Lehi on Wednesday. Ancestry is the world's leading provider of online family history and personal DNA testing. For the past three decades, Ancestry has been headquartered in Provo and has focused on making family history accessible to millions of people around the world. The company has more than 1,300 employees globally, 1,000 of whom are based in Utah. The new $35 million facility, located just a few miles off I-15, sits on 10.5 acres and feature a modern design with floor-to-ceiling windows.