October - Glen Overton
Brother Overton helped with the relief efforts of the Dec 2004 Tsunami. Learn about the relief efforts, the new avenuesopened up with the LDS church and missionary opportunities that prevailed.
Glen Overton was raised in Fillmore, Utah and later moved to Provo with his family. He attended BYU graduating with a BS degree in Business Management and a Masters Degree in Family Science.
Brother Overton has been involved in several businesses including the founding of Heritage schools, a treatment program for kids in crises. He is also a Marriott franchisee, building four Marriott lodging properties in Utah including the Provo and Salt Lake Marriott Courtyard hotels.
Brother Overton served a mission in New England, serving under Truman Madsen and Elder Boyd K Packer. He has actively served in several capacities in the Church including assignments as Bishop, Stake President, and Area Seventy and has recently returned from his calling as Mission President of the Melbourne Australia Mission.
He is married to the former Kim Booke of Provo. They are the parents of 8 Children and currently live in Provo, Utah. He enjoys most outdoor activities, music, and most food including pizza, ribs, and summer barbecues.
November - D. Clive Winn
Beware of Evil Behind Smiling Eyes
D. Clive Winn was born and raised in Bakersfield, California. He received a Bachelors degree in Justice Administration and a Masters degree in Public Administration, both from Brigham Young University. He married his best friend Kathy in the Los Angeles Temple in 1973. They have five children, six grandchildren with one more on the way.
Brother Winn served a Spanish speaking mission in Pennsylvania. He has served as the President of the Argentina Buenos Aires Mission from 2001 to 2004 as a Stake President, Bishop, High Councilor, and Elders Quorum President just to name a few but says that his favorite calling was when he was a teacher for the 17-year old Sunday School class.
Brother Winn started his career as police officer with the University police at BYU then worked as an undercover narcotics officer for the State of Utah, department of Public Safety. He was a training supervisor at the State Police Academy and ended up serving as the Director of the State Police Academy. Brother Winn was a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Salt Lake City, Houston, and Chicago. During his time in law enforcement he worked narcotics for ten years. He left the FBI in 1986 and went to work for WordPerfect and was the Vice President of Marketing and Sales. When the merger with Novell took place in 1994, he went to work for a small software company and was President of Fitnessoft. He was the President of Thanksgiving Point from 1996 until the time of his call as Mission President in Argentina in 2001. He is now a member of the board of Thanksgiving Point Institute with responsibility for soliciting philanthropic support. Brother Winn has always enjoyed sports and has participated in sports and running most of his life.
December - Quint Randle
Songs of Faith and Family
Pearl Award nominee Quint Randle has been a songwriter and journalist for more than 25 years. He combines his love of storytelling and massmedia in his "day job" as a journalism professor in the Communications Department at Brigham Young University. Quint’s music gigs haveranged from Midwest coffeehouses, to Nashville’s famous Bluebird Café, to rock clubs on the Sunset Strip. He has numerous songs published by L.A.-and Nashville-based publishers, including a No. 1 song in 2005 for award-winning Christian artist Jackie Cox.
January - Randy and Helen Hall
An Airplane Ride to Mazatlan
Randy and Helen Hall both graduated from BYU in 1974. After living in California for 12 years,
they moved to Midway, Utah to raise their 6 children in the country.
Randy was the CEO of an “Inc. 500” wholesale cookie company.
Since living in Utah, Randy has been a consultant in the food and packaging business and has “partnered” in several snack businesses.
Helen graduated in interior design. After raising her family, she now enjoys her work as an interior designer.
February - Katie E. Sampson
But I Can Still Do Something
In 2000, she received her Bachelors of Science from Brigham Young University in Elementary Education with a minor in Special Education. She taught for four years in the public schools - one year in general education as a 4th grade teacher and three years in a Severe Special Education classroom. At this time, she also served as the school's inclusion specialist. While teaching she obtained her Master of Science in Special Education from Brigham Young University. Her thesis is entitled "Instructing Teachers of Children with Disabilities within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints."
After obtaining her Masters degree Katie was offered a position on the faculty of the Special Education department at BYU. She has been working and teaching there since the fall of 2003.
Katie is always up for adventure, from river rafting to hiking Timp. She loves to play and be outside.
She goes all over helping wards and stakes work with their special-needs children to find success. This is her passion and she loves to help in anyway she can.
|flyer for Quint Randle||65.99 KB|
|flyer for Glen Overton||66.49 KB|
|flyer for D. Clive Winn||214.49 KB|
|flyer for Randy and Helen Hall||84.61 KB|
|flyer for Katie Sampson||118.6 KB|