1968 Larry M. Boyle, ’68, JD University of Idaho ’72 (Beverly Rigby, ’71), Boise, Idaho, was reappointed for a second term to the United States Judicial Conference Committee on the Administration of the Magistrate Judges System by Chief Justice William Rehnquist.

1969 Van R. Johnson, ’69 (Barbara Gray, ’69), Loomis, Calif., was honored by the United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Sacramento with the Humanitarian Award. Johnson is president and CEO of Sutter Health.

1970 Michael J. Barrett, ’70 (Kristine Rose, ’70), Sterling, Va., works at the National Reconnaissance Office, on assignment from the CIA. He works in fiscal law, agency intelligence operations, homeland defense, ethics, contracts, and security.

1971 Brian C. Dixon, ’71, MBA ’73 (Marjorie Harmon, ’71), Baton Rouge, La., is the executive vice president of marketing for Piccadilly Cafeterias where he serves as chief marketing director for the 215-unit restaurant chain.

1972 Reed R. Stout, ’72 (Jane Eulberg, ’75), Cerritos, Calif., is the founder of his own electrical engineering consulting business and does electrical engineering design for building construction at the commercial and industrial level.

1973 Donald H. Dyal, ’73, PhD Texas A & M University ’96 (Lila Sanderson, ’72), Lubbock, Texas, was named dean of libraries at Texas Tech University. He was formerly associate dean of libraries and director of the Cushing Library at Texas A & M University.

1974 Debra F. Hobbins, ’74, Salt Lake City, was promoted to Women Veterans coordinator of the VASLC Health Care System. She received the Western United States NurseWeek Award and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners State Award in 2001.

1975 H. Clinton McCready, ’75, MD George Washington University ’88 (Becky), Monroe, La., is the medical director of rehabilitation medicine at Riverbend Medical Center of Columbia, La. He and his wife have three children serving missions.

1976 Thomas H. Coop, ’76, MDiv San Francisco Theological Seminary ’97, San Jose, Calif., has accepted a call to be the pastor of Santa Teresa Hills Presbyterian Church.

1977 Terry M. Jones, ’77 (Michael, ’78), Gallup, N.M., was recently named Teacher of the Year by the New Mexico Hospitality Business Alliance. She is a family and consumer sciences teacher at Gallup High School.

1979 Jeffrey J. Taggart, ’79 (Shan Moss, ’89), Cody, Wyo., has been elected to the board of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors and will serve a two-year term on the 18-member board. He and his wife have two children.

1981 Randal W. Allred, ’81, MA ’83 (Shirley Egbert, ’80), Laie, Hawaii, has been appointed director of the University Honors Program at BYU—Hawaii. Forrest G. Quinn, ’81, MBA ’85, San Juan Capistrano, Calif., founder and president of Perfect Sense Products, recently completed the sale of his company to DIAL. As the inventor of the company’s products, he holds many U.S. utility and design patents.

1983 G. Reed Holyoak, ’83, MS ’84, DVM Washington State University ’88, PhD University of Kentucky ’92 (Lili), Stillwater, Okla., obtained tenure at Oklahoma State University, and was appointed chairman of the Import-Export Committee of the United States Animal Health Association. Robert A. Ripani, ’83, Rancho Cordova, Calif., was promoted to business taxes compliance supervisor II in the corporate collection section of Centralized Collections of the California State Board of Equalization.

1985 Kathleen R. Buntin, MEd ’85, EdD Nova Southeastern University ’95, Mesa, Ariz., developed an award-winning comprehensive guidance program for elementary school-aged children called “Roots, Wings, and Wondrous Things!”

1986 Bradley C. Albrechtsen, ’86 (Valerie McCune, ’87), Riverside, Calif., was appointed chief executive officer and member of the board of directors of National R.V. Holdings, a leading manufacturer of motor homes and travel trailers. Bradley D. Andersen, ’86, MS University of Idaho ’96 (Dana), Iona, Idaho, serves on the AWWA Intermountain Board and was elected to his second term as a councilman. He and his wife have four daughters. Leslie Faulkner Barnebey, EdD ’86, Woodland Hills, Calif., was appointed principal of Westmark School, a progressive educational community for students with learning differences. Traci W. Hainsworth, ’86, MFA ’89, West Hills, Calif., is vice president of Production Resources at Miramax Film Corp. and is responsible for all product placement and production resources for Miramax and Dimension Film. Dean M. Moesser, ’86, MBA/JD University of Utah ’91 (Rose), Kingwood, Texas, has accepted a position as assistant general counsel with Duke Energy in Houston. Duke Energy is a Fortune 50 company traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

1987 D. Wick Swain, ’87, MBA University of Utah ’93, Salt Lake City, is the director of development services at Axis41 and has more than 10 years of Web design and ad agency experience.

1988 David C. Pittam, MHA ’88 (Rebecca), Salt Lake City, has been recognized by the American College of Medical Practice Executives as earning the professional designation of Certified Medical Practice Executive. Clark K. Taylor, JD ’88 (Colleen), Bountiful, Utah, has rejoined Van Cott, Bagley, Cornwall & McCarthy as a shareholder. He is a member of the firm’s business and litigation sections and will focus on business, real estate, and family law.

1989 Charles L. Cutler, ’89 (Michelle Maxfield, ’91), Draper, Utah, was appointed senior vice president of career agencies by Beneficial Life Insurance Company. He has 12 years of experience in the financial services industry.

1990 Mason M. Bishop, ’90, MPA ’94 (Greta Rush, ’90), Burke, Va., was appointed by U.S. president George W. Bush as a special assistant at the Department of Labor where he serves as chief of staff to the assistant secretary of the Employment and Training Administration. Scott Townsend, ’90 (Janay McInnes, ’91), Riverton, Utah, was hired by Axis41 as its new director of business development where he is responsible for strengthening the agency’s client base and monitoring relationships with current clients.

1991 Curtis B. Anderson, ’91, JD ’94 (Margaret), Carrollton, Texas, was hired as one of 13 new lawyers at Baker Botts. He will specialize in corporate law. Kenneth R. Haycock, EdD ’91 (Sheila), West Vancouver, B.C., received the Herbert and Virginia White Award from the 68,000-member American Library Association for outstanding contributions to promoting librarianship.

1994 Brian J. Dille, ’94, MA Arizona State University ’96, PhD Arizona State University ’01 (Jennifer Ross, ’94), Tempe, Ariz., teaches political science and directs the Model United Nations program at Mesa Community College. Fiona Ripplinger Feickert, ’94, Bountiful, Utah, was married to Marc Feickert on Dec. 29, 2001, in the Bountiful, Utah, Temple. They met in the Salt Lake University Institute choir.

1995 Margaret D. Faith, ’95, Queensland, Australia, wrote an autobiography of the life and times of her family, including experiences of migrating to Australia and her introduction to the gospel. Carin Strong Price, ’95 (Scott), Wichita, Kan., is a full-time homemaker with two children, ages four and one, and has raised her husband’s siblings for the past four years. One just left on a mission and one is a senior in high school.

1996 Stephen B. Cox, ’96 (Rebecca), Bellevue, Neb., graduated from the Air Force’s Squadron Officer School in August and was selected for Air Force Pilot Training at Moody Air Force Base in Georgia. Susan Woodward-MacArthur, ’96, MLS University of Maryland ’98 (David, ’96), Orem, Utah, was named teen librarian by the Salt Lake City Public Library System. She will coordinate activities for young adults and develop the library’s teen collection.

1997 Daniel E. Bustos, ’97 (Lori Hubbard, ’97), San Antonio, Texas, received a Master of Science degree in anatomy from the University of Texas. He is a third year medical student and plans to specialize in ophthalmology. Douglas B. Earl, ’97, JD University of Nevada, Las Vegas ’01 (Heidi Brunson, ’98), Las Vegas, Nev., graduated cum laude from charter class of the William S. Boyd School of Law and joined the law firm of Marquis & Aurbach. His practice focuses on commercial litigation. Kimberly Walters, ’97, Tuscaloosa, Ala., received a Graduate Council Fellowship to the University of Alabama, which pays tuition, fees, and an annual stipend. She is in the master’s degree program in anthropology.

1998 Ethan F. Wickman, ’98 (Patricia Quayle, ’99), Brookline, Mass., was awarded the Jacob Druckman Prize for Orchestral Composition at the Aspen Music Festival for his composition, Night Prayers Ascending.

1999 Six sisters, including Jeanine Talley Louisiana, ’99 (Todd), Friendswood, Texas; Carol Talley Roskelley, ’99 (Cody, ’01), Orem, Utah; and Natalie Talley Willis, ’01 (Brett, ’01), Friendswood, Texas, were married within a 12-month period in 1999 and 2000. Jeanine now has a daughter named Rachel, and Carol has a daughter named Natalie. Natalie, Carol’s twin, was expecting her first baby, a boy, in early April.

2000 Lincoln E. Flake, ’00, Washington, D.C., graduated with distinction from Cambridge University with a master of philosophy in international relations. Michael R. Starkey, ’00 (Jennifer Greene, ’00), Fort Rucker, Ala., completed flight school and advanced aircraft training at Fort Rucker in the AH-64 helicopter. He will be stationed next in Fort Bragg, N.C.

2001 Levin S. Flake, ’01, Oxford, England, is a candidate for a master in philosophy in Central Asian Studies at Oxford University. Chris R. Taylor, ’01 (Wendy Morley, ’97), Cedar Hills, Utah, joined Axis41 

as senior designer, with prior experience as creative director at Vanguard Media. David B. Park, JD ’01 (Richaile), Sun Prairie, Wis., joined Foley & Lardner law firm as an associate in the litigation department. He spent four years working as a firefighter for the Salt Lake City Fire Department.

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