SPRING SUMMIT 2003 - Alumni Portfolio




Revola Hobbs ’40 of Preston, Idaho, is very active in Cub Scouting. She received the District Award of Merit in 1991 and the Silver Beaver Award in 1997. Revola and her late husband Roland ’41 have six children.

Norma Gustafson ’44 of Richland, Wash., recently celebrated her 80th birthday by going skydiving. She is a retired elementary teacher and an active community member.

Jan Eric Newman ’80, vice president of corporate development for Altiris, was named to vSpring Capital’s inaugural v|100, a peer-selected community of entrepreneurs based in Utah. Jan founded KeyLabs and Altiris and has been an executive at Novell and Canopy Group. He and his wife Lucia have six children and live in Elk Ridge, Utah.

Dan Hilbert ’81 and his wife Felisa reside in Tulsa, Okla. He retired from the Army in 2001 and returned to school to finish his degree. This year he graduated magna cum laude from the University of Tulsa with a degree in Spanish and education.

Mark Cottle ’82 is finishing his second term as mayor of Sherwood, Ore. He is an attorney and serves on the board of directors of Newburg Providence Hospital. He and his wife Susie have four children: a 12-year-old daughter and 8-year-old triplets.

Roger T. Pukahi ’82 is a Major/O4 in the Hawaii Army National Guard and an Army aviator and maintenance test pilot on the CH-47D helicopter. He will be departing for Afghanistan as part of his military duty. He is married to Jody Horlacher from Logan, Utah. They have four sons and live in Laie, Hawaii.

Stephen A. Smith ’82 is working at Universal Lending Corporation in Denver, Colo., as a post-closing file clerk. Stephen married his wife Bokryun Choi, a native of Seoul, Korea, in the Denver Temple in 1994. They are the parents of two children.

Kevin ’84 and Sydnee Butler Calderwood ’82 of Reston, Va., have six children. Kevin was named one of the top 100 Venture Entrepreneurs for his leadership in founding AMP Capital Partners. He is also the president of Baan Americas.

Keith ’87 and Bobbie McFarland Chambers ’85 are living in Kansas City, Mo. Keith is the new vice president of Outpatient Services for HCA Midwest Division. He is a 12-year veteran of the health care industry and was previously an administrator of the Heart of America Surgery Center in Kansas City.

Darnell Dickson ’88 was recently named the sports editor at the Daily Herald in Provo, Utah. He lives in Orem, Utah, with his wife Barbara and their three children.

David ’89 and Erin Klingler ’89 live in Idaho Falls, Idaho, with their five children. Erin recently published her first novel, an LDS romance entitled Love Beyond Tomorrow.

Karl K. Koeppen ’89 graduated from Utah State University with a degree in landscape architecture. He works for Aspen Resource Consultants and has been redesigning the landscaping and irrigation systems of stake centers and meetinghouses in the Las Vegas area. He and his wife Michelle have two daughters and live in Salt Lake City.

Todd Schofield ’90 is a residential real estate agent for Alain Pinel Realtors in Woodside, Calif. He also works as a project manager for a commercial real estate developer and investor. He and his wife Karen have two children. They live in San Carlos, Calif.

Kristina Henriksen Narula ’95 graduated from North Carolina State University in December of 1999. She and her husband Paul live in Pasadena, Md. Paul works for the Department of Defense. They have one son.

Ryan ’96 and Becky Hadley Briggs ’96 recently moved to Portland, Ore. Ryan is working as a project engineer with WRG Design, Inc., and works as a consultant to the residential land development industry. Ryan and Becky have three children.

Roy Strickland ’96 is running a chiropractic practice in Meridian, Idaho. He and his wife Miho live in Meridian with their three children.

Curtis ’97 and Rebecca LaClaire ’97 live in Phoenix, Ariz. Curtis graduated with degrees from J. Reuben Clark School (juris doctorate) and the Marriott School of Management (MBA) at BYU. He works for Honeywell Corp. Rebecca received a degree in dental hygiene from Idaho State University. They have two sons.

Ryan ’98 and Nicole Fisher Watson ’96 reside in Radford, Va. Ryan is completing an internship with S.E. Wagner Architecture. Nicole graduated magna cum laude from Radford University. She teaches the fifth grade at Snowville Elementary School in Hiwassee, Va.

Michael Petersen, Jr. ’98 is a tax manager for Anderson, Petersen & Co. in Bountiful, Utah. He has a master’s in accounting from the Marriott School at BYU. He previously worked for Ernst & Young in Salt Lake City. He and his wife Emily live in Kaysville and have one child.

Eric Wolfe ’98 is a dental student at Boston University. He and his wife Lindsay live in Belmont, Mass.

Tynley Ann Dalling Bean ’00 recently exhibited her abstract expressionist paintings in a one-woman show in Seattle, Wash. She has a bachelor’s degree in art from BYU. Tynley and her husband Sean ’97 are moving to Boston where he will attend Harvard on a math and science scholarship.