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R. Brent Kinghorn (61) of Sugar City, Idaho, has been called to preside over the Albania Tirana Mission. At Ricks since 1967, he has served as Community Services Vice President since 1978. He will serve with his wife, the former Donna Jean Luke (64).
Lynne Insley Larson (67) of Burley, Idaho, a secondary English teacher and published writer, was one of four public school teachers selected from the Magic Valley Region to receive the Teacher Excellence Award from the Albertson Foundation and the College of Southern Idaho. Her husband is Kent P. Larson (64).
Susan Lathrom Smith (71) of Grantsville, Utah, a teacher at Grantsville High School, serves on the Advisory Board for Family, Career, Community Leaders of America (fccla) for
Utah and received the Spirit of Advising award given each year to one advisor per state. She also received her Master’s degree in School Counseling from Utah State University last year.
Marlene Ricks Jennings (71) of Kirtland, Ohio, is a member of the Ohio State Board of Education, District 5. She defeated four other candidates, including the incumbent, in last November’s election. She has a B.S. in mathematics from Lake Erie College and earned a law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1997.
Gary Price (74) of Springville, Utah, a sculptor, has ten of his creations on view at Cleo’s Ferry Museum at Walter’s Ferry, Idaho. Located 16 miles south of Nampa, Idaho, on the Snake River, the museum is owned by Cleo Swayne and invites visitors to spend time in meditation and prayer on its nature trails and in a small chapel.
Katherine “Katie” L. Farrar Amoureux (81) of Jerome, Idaho, is in her second year of teaching fourth-graders in Jerome. She graduated from the University of Utah in 1999. Her husband, William “Bill” P. Amourex (81) is the administrator of Caldwell Care Center, a Behavioral Care Nursing Home in Caldwell, Idaho. They were married in November of 1998.
Sonia Smith Stone (83) of Big Piney, Wyo., supervises the computer lab at Big Piney Elementary School. She is a graduate of Utah State University with a degree in administrative systems and business education. She married Rob Stone in August of 1999.
Tracy Harris (87) of San Diego, Calif., is the new Vice President of Human Resources at San Diego Hospice, an independent, community-based, not-for-profit health care provider for San Diego County. He was also named to Who’s Who Among Students while attending University of Phoenix, at San Diego in 1999 and 2000.
Robert Marcum (a religion faculty member since 1989) of Rexburg, is the author of “White Out,” his sixth novel. Set in the backcountry of Wyoming, the book is a modern-day western with intrigue and action adventure.
Phillip L. Cardon (90) of Ypsilanti, Mich., is a professor of technology education at Eastern Michigan University. He graduated with a Ph.D. in education from Ohio State University in 1999. He is also a graduate of Weber State and BYU. He is married to the former Yuko Sasaki (90), graduate of Utah State University.
Angela Lyn Wade (93) of Twin Falls, Idaho, is a counselor at the Gooding School for the Deaf and Blind in Gooding, Idaho. After graduating from BYU, she earned a Master’s degree from Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C., a school for the deaf or those who want to work with the deaf. Her parents are Max Wade (72) and the former Deanna Ricks (71) of Rexburg.
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