Weber State University Magazine Spring 2012 : Page 27

CLASS NOTES 30s After graduating from Harvard Business School in 1940, Robert L. “Bob” Wangsgard ’36 established an accounting and income tax preparation practice in Ogden. In 1948, he became manager of Stimson Markets, eventually assuming full ownership and retiring in 2004. Bob has served as director and board chairman of Associated Food Stores and its financial subsidiary Merchants Inc. He has been a 56-year member of the Ogden Kiwanis Club, also serving as president, and the Ogden Executive Association. He and his wife of 72 years, Patricia, have four children, eight grandchildren, 19 great-grand-children and two great-great-grandchildren. AL UM N I U P D AT E S 50s Frank M. Anderson ’52 served in the U.S. Army near the front lines of the Korean Demilita-rized Zone. He was a member of his family’s orchestra and also performed in Ogden and Salt Lake City with the Milton & Morganaires Barbershop Quartet. Frank worked as a mechanic and a service manager for many automobile agencies. After 22 years, he re-tired from Hill Air Force Base where he maintained heavy diesel vehicles. He has six chil-dren, 25 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren, with one auto repair business. He and his wife, Kathleen Toombs ’58 , have been married for more than 50 years. Kathleen retired from nursing in 2000 after working for the original Thomas D. Dee Medical Hos-pital, McKay-Dee Hospital Cen-ter, and in a hospital in Oregon. They currently live in North Ogden, Utah, and have four children and 15 grandchildren. Allan L. Foxley ’58, ’65 retired after 30 years with the Utah Department of Workforce Services. He and his wife of more than 50 years, Lorraine, enjoy spending time at the cabin they built with their son For more than 30 years, Rob-ert C. Van Dyke ’58 was an educator and administrator in many areas of education for the deaf in the United States, teaching classes at Columbia University and the University of Utah. He also taught classes in Canada and Mexico. In addition, Robert was a profes-sional ski instructor and also worked with the Snowbasin Ski Patrol. He and his wife, Sharon Adams ’58 , have been married for 50 years. Sharon taught school in Ogden and Salt Lake City for 30 years. 60s Donna Sparks Burdett ’60 served as student body secretary while attending Weber College. She worked as office manager for Burdett Dental PC. She serves on the Treehouse Museum Board and is pres-ident-elect of the WSU Emeriti Alumni Council. Donna has also served on the Og-den City Planning Com-mission, Ogden City Council and WSU Alumni Board of Di-rectors. She and her husband, Wm. Michael ’60 , have four children and 10 grandchildren. Mike is a retired dentist and has served as president of the Weber District Dental Society and as president of the WSU Alumni Association. He serves on the Ogden Union Station Foundation Board of Directors and is a member of the Emeriti Alumni Council. LM Thanks to CAREER , SHI FT, I found the perfect job! in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho. They also have fun watching their grandsons play football. The Foxleys live in Layton, Utah, and have four children and nine grandchildren. LM 40s An artist and designer, Marjorie Andelin Crittenden ’42 worked for more than 30 years at Klenke Floral, eventually becoming chief wedding designer and Christ-mas display artist. She enjoys visual and performing arts and regularly attends ballets, operas and plays. She has at-tended the Utah Shakespeare Festival every season for the past 39 years. She and her hus-band, Don, have five children. Marjorie recently celebrated her 91 st birthday. more on the way. Frank and his wife, Lois, recently celebrated his 80 th birthday. JR Tribe ’56 worked with Junius R. Tribe Co. selling real estate and insurance. He and his wife of 50 years, Lynda, created Julyn Enterprises, a company that managed and maintained rental units in Ogden. The Tribes live in Ogden and have five children, 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. J. LaRon Zundel ’56 retired in 2001 after spending the majority of his career in the LM Lee J. Malan ’58 served as student body president during his time at Weber College. He earned his Doctor of Medi-cine at the University of Utah and in 1974 opened his own practice, Image Refinement Surgery in Ogden. Lee and his wife, Becky, have 13 children, 42 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Keith A. Anderson ’65 retired after teaching in the Weber School District for 34 years. He and his wife, Janice, have been alumni.weber.edu LM AM Lifetime Member of the Alumni Assocation Annual Member of the Alumni Association 27

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Classmates Check In.<br /> <br /> 30s <br /> <br /> After graduating from Harvard Business School in 1940, <b>Robert L. “Bob” Wangsgard ’36</b> established an accounting and income tax preparation practice in Ogden. In 1948, he became manager of Stimson Markets, eventually assuming full ownership and retiring in 2004. Bob has served as director and board chairman of Associated Food Stores and its financial subsidiary Merchants Inc. He has been a 56-year member of the Ogden Kiwanis Club, also serving as president, and the Ogden Executive Association. He and his wife of 72 years, Patricia, have four children, eight grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and two great-greatgrandchildren.<br /> <br /> 40s <br /> <br /> An artist and designer, <b>Marjorie Andelin Crittenden ’42</b> worked for more than 30 years at Klenke Floral, eventually becoming chief wedding designer and Christmas display artist. She enjoys visual and performing arts and regularly attends ballets, operas and plays. She has attended the Utah Shakespeare Festival every season for the past 39 years. She and her husband, Don, have five children. Marjorie recently celebrated her 91st birthday.<br /> <br /> 50s <br /> <br /> <b>Frank M. Anderson ’52</b> served in the U.S. Army near the front lines of the Korean Demilitarized Zone. He was a member of his family’s orchestra and also performed in Ogden and Salt Lake City with the Milton & Morganaires Barbershop Quartet. Frank worked as a mechanic and a service manager for many automobile agencies. After 22 years, he retired from Hill Air Force Base where he maintained heavy diesel vehicles. He has six children, 25 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren, with one more on the way. Frank and his wife, Lois, recently celebrated his 80th birthday.<br /> <br /> <b>R Tribe ’56</b> worked with Junius R. Tribe Co. Selling real estate and insurance. He and his wife of 50 years, Lynda, created Julyn Enterprises, a company that managed and maintained rental units in Ogden. The Tribes live in Ogden and have five children, 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.<br /> <br /> <b>J. LaRon Zundel ’56</b> retired in 2001 after spending the majority of his career in the auto repair business. He and his wife, <b>Kathleen Toombs ’58,</b> have been married for more than 50 years. Kathleen retired from nursing in 2000 after working for the original Thomas D. Dee Medical Hospital, McKay-Dee Hospital Center, and in a hospital in Oregon. They currently live in North Ogden, Utah, and have four children and 15 grandchildren.<br /> <br /> <b>Allan L. Foxley ’58, ’65</b> retired after 30 years with the Utah Department of Workforce Services. He and his wife of more than 50 years, Lorraine, enjoy spending time at the cabin they built with their son in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho. They also have fun watching their grandsons play football. The Foxleys live in Layton, Utah, and have four children and nine grandchildren.<br /> <br /> <b>Lee J. Malan ’58</b> served as student body president during his time at Weber College. He earned his Doctor of Medicine at the University of Utah and in 1974 opened his own practice, Image Refinement Surgery in Ogden. Lee and his wife, Becky, have 13 children, 42 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. <br /> <br /> For more than 30 years, <b>Robert C. Van Dyke ’58</b> was an educator and administrator in many areas of education for the deaf in the United States, teaching classes at Columbia University and the University of Utah. He also taught classes in Canada and Mexico. In addition, Robert was a professional ski instructor and also worked with the Snowbasin Ski Patrol. He and his wife, Sharon Adams ’58, have been married for 50 years. Sharon taught school in Ogden and Salt Lake City for 30 years.<br /> <br /> 60s <br /> <br /> <b>Donna Sparks Burdett ’60</b> served as student body secretary while attending Weber College. She worked as office manager for Burdett Dental PC. She serves on the Treehouse Museum Board and is president- elect of the WSU Emeriti Alumni Council. Donna has also served on the Ogden City Planning Commission, Ogden City Council and WSU Alumni Board of Directors. She and her husband, <b>Wm. Michael ’60,</b> have four children and 10 grandchildren. Mike is a retired dentist and has served as president of the Weber District Dental Society and as president of the WSU Alumni Association. He serves on the Ogden Union Station Foundation Board of Directors and is a member of the Emeriti Alumni Council. <br /> <br /> <b>Keith A. Anderson ’65</b> retired after teaching in the Weber School District for 34 years. He and his wife, Janice, have been Married for 50 years and have four children, 17 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. They live in Taylor, Utah.<br /> <br /> <b>Carol Cope Freestone ’65</b> was involved in student activities and government while attending Weber, serving as activities vice president. After 32 years, she retired from America First Credit Union as records manager/membership officer. Carol serves on the WSU Emeriti Alumni Council as past president. She and her husband, <b>Edward ’67,</b> have three children, all of whom graduated from WSU. Ed performed a lead role in Weber College’s first large-scale production of <i>Carmen</i> and went on to teach choral music at Ben Lomond and Ogden high schools. In 1991, he became a technology specialist for the Ogden School District, retiring in 2001 as a supervisor. Ed started a software development company in 1989 that produced several student records programs for the Ogden and Weber school districts. He is president of the Emeriti Alumni Council.<br /> <br /> <b>Robert D. Callister ’67</b> worked for Morton-Thiokol and was assistant manager for the Weber State Bookstore. He also worked for Asael Farr & Sons as plant manager before retiring with 27 years of service. He and his wife of 50 years, Sandra, live in Ogden and have five children and seven grandchildren.<br /> <br /> <b>Kaye Miller Cox ’67</b> is the youngest of five daughters of former Weber President William P. Miller. Kaye and her husband, <b>Roger W. ’58,</b> have five children and 17 grandchildren and live in West Haven, Utah. Kaye graduated from real estate school as a realtor and broker, a position she held for 10 years. She worked for 12 years in the home mortgage business as a loan officer. She has been a member of the Planning and Zoning Commission, Junior League, Ogden School Foundation and served as secretary for the PTA. She is the secretary for the WSU Emeriti Alumni Council.<br /> <br /> <b>Dee Phillips ’67</b> worked for the Utah State Division of Youth Corrections for more than 30 years, mostly at the Juvenile Detention Center in Roy, Utah. The last few years before retirement, Dee served as a case manager/parole officer. He has been involved in scouting for several years in various capacities and in 2001 received the District Award of Merit in the Island View District. Dee and his wife, <b>Suzanne Cornia ’62,</b> met while attending Weber State and both currently serve on the Emeriti Alumni Council. Suzanne retired after working for 45 years in nursing. She received the YWMCA Courage to Care Award in 1988 and the Outstanding Nursing Alumnus Award from the WSU Department of Nursing in 1997. The Phillips have three children, all of whom graduated from Weber State. <br /> <br /> <b>Billee Wright Petersen ’68</b> retired from a career in nursing in 2000 but has remained active as a Red Cross volunteer disaster health nurse. She serves as the Red Cross nurse liaison for the state of Utah. She was an assistant professor and taught nursing at Weber State for five years and enjoyed a 20-year career in nursing at McKay-Dee Hospital Center. Billee was also a nurse practitioner in the Diabetic & Endocrine Clinic for 10 years. She serves on the Emeriti Alumni Council. <br /> <br /> <b>Howard M. “Bud” Trewet Jr. ’68</b> served in the U.S. Army in Colorado and with the Military District of Washington at Fort Myer. He retired from W. R. White Co. As accounting manager. He also worked for the Internal Revenue Service and H&R Block Co. He and his wife, Dixie, have two sons and six grandchildren.<br /> <br /> 70s <br /> <br /> <b>Donna M. Parker-Dahl ’72</b> was instrumental in creating the Mutton Hollow Improvement District, serving as a trustee. She worked for many businesses and retired after 21 years of teaching and counseling at Layton High School. She has traveled extensively and served in many civic and church positions. Donna splits her time between Syracuse and St. George, Utah. She has six children, 32 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren.<br /> <br /> <b>Michael G. Malaska ’76</b> is a Weber State Athletics Hall of Fame golfer. He was awarded the 2011 PGA National Teacher of the Year Award. His 38 years of playing in PGA Tours and Champions Tours, and his teaching expertise, have been featured on the Golf Channel. He has appeared as cover stories in <i>Golf Magazine</i>, <i>Golf Digest</i> and <i>PGA of America</i>. He has also been featured in a number of other publications and DVDs. Mike and his wife, Charlene, live in Mesa, Ariz. They have two daughters, Jennifer and Ashley.<br /> <br /> After 25 years of service, <b>Steven J. Swartzfager ’77, ’10</b> retired from the Tooele City Police Department as lieutenant over patrol. He teaches criminal justice and law enforcement for two high schools in Tooele, Utah. He was awarded the Tooele Citizen of the Year award in 2002 for his work with drug education and enforcement. He and his wife, Sharmae, have four children.<br /> <br /> <b>John F. Guipre ’78, ’96</b> retired from Pioneer Concrete and Fuel Inc. in 2010. He is enjoying retirement with his wife, Sandy, in Helena, Mont. They are the parents of four children, four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.<br /> <br /> <b>Jo Ann Nielson Schmalz ’79</b> worked for Intermountain Healthcare for more than 23 years as a social worker, community liaison and activity director for the Cassia Memorial Hospital in Burley, Idaho. Later she worked at McKay-Dee Hospital Center as a medical social worker for 11 years. Jo Ann serves on the Emeriti Alumni Council and the North Ogden City CERT Council. She lives in Ogden with her husband, <b>Charles L. ’61,</b> who worked as a chemist for the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. And later Amalgamated Sugar. He retired after 28 years of service. They have three children and 10 grandchildren.<br /> <br /> 80s <br /> <br /> <b>Stephanie Bossenberger ’81</b> is chair of the Weber State dental hygiene department. During the last decade, she has enhanced community servicelearning in the dental hygiene curriculum. Her students provide oral care education, dental screenings and direct dental hygiene treatment to thousands of local residents, particularly children and under-served populations. Her teaching role includes student supervision of dental hygiene treatment for veterans at the Salt Lake City Veterans Affairs Medical Center Dental Clinic. She has worked to influence state legislation to permit dental hygienists to serve in settings such as Head Start programs and elderly community programs. She received WSU’s John A. Lindquist Award in 2010.<br /> <br /> After graduating from Weber State, <b>Diana Burdett Talbot ’85</b> attended Brigham Young University where she received her bachelor’s degree in nursing. She worked at McKay-Dee Hospital Center in Ogden and in the pediatric intensive care unit at St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha, Neb. She is married to <b>Bryon J. Talbot ’89,</b> who received his Doctor of Dental Surgery from Creighton University in 1993. Bryon’s dental practice is located in Ogden, where the couple lives with their four children.<br /> <br /> <b>Todd C. Liston ’86</b> received his Doctor of Dental Surgery from Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia. He completed a fouryear specialty residency training program and obtained a certificate in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and a Master of Science degree from Ohio State University. He is a fellow in the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, diplomat of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, and a member of the International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, American Dental Association and American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association. He is the senior partner at Oral Maxillofacial Surgeons of Utah LLC. Todd and his wife, Kara, live in Ogden and are parents of three children.<br /> <br /> <b>Chérie Cox Johnson ’88</b> is an artist and has a greeting card business called Ma Chérie Cards. She is a substitute teacher in the Davis County School District. Her hobbies are swimming, skiing, exercising, drawing and gardening. She lives in Fruit Heights, Utah, with her husband, John S. and their four children.<br /> <br /> 90s <br /> <br /> <b>James W. Campbell ’92</b> retired from the U.S. Air Force after 23 years of service and was employed with Computer Science Corp. and Ogden City in the Management Information Systems department. Presently, he is employed at St. Paul Lutheran Church. Jim's wife, Gail, attended Weber State and retired from the university after 23 years as manager of the Dental Hygiene Clinic. She serves on the Emeriti Alumni Council. The Campbells have three children, all of whom attended WSU, and three grandsons. They reside in Farr West, Utah.<br /> <br /> <b>Wm. Gregory Burdett ’93</b> received a law degree from Brigham Young University in 1997 and works as an attorney for Ogden City. He is married to <b>Janice Kae Dilworth ’92,</b> who is a second-grade teacher at Wasatch Elementary in the Ogden School District. They are the parents of two children. <br /> <br /> <b>Shane C. Aardema ’95</b> is a project manager at Setpoint Systems, which designs and manufactures custom lean automation solutions and manufacturing equipment. Shane has more than 17 years of industrial chemical experience in a variety of industries. He and his wife, Melissa, live in North Ogden, Utah.<br /> <br /> <b>Daniel S. Burdett ’95</b> served as board chairman of campus activities for Weber State and received his master’s degree in social work from the University of Utah. He worked for two years at Weber Human Services and in 1999 became a licensed clinical social worker. Daniel returned to WSU to complete required courses for dental school and graduated from Creighton University Dental School in 2005. He is presently serving as chairman of the board of the Wasatch Adoption Agency and working in his dental practice in Washington Terrace, Utah. He and his wife, Jennifer, are the parents of four children.<br /> <br /> <b>Roger W. Cox II ’95, ’97</b> is a certified public accountant and is owner of All Points Tax LLC, an income tax preparation company. For the past 12 years, he has been president and CFO of Interwest Associates. He is a past president of the Utah chapter of the Construction Financial Management Association and is presently on the organization’s board of directors. Roger is married to <b>Shawna Halford ’95,</b> who was inducted into the Weber State Athletics Hall of Fame for track and field. A member of the American Fitness and Aerobics Association, Shawna is a certified fitness and yoga instructor working at the South Davis Recreation Center in Bountiful, Utah. Roger and Shawna have six children.<br /> <br /> <b>Jody Cox Lyons ’95</b> worked for eight years at LDS Hospital with the trauma team, eight years at McKay-Dee Hospital Center in surgery and the emergency room, and four years at the Snowbasin Clinic. She is employed at the Ogden Clinic Grandview location. Jody is a member of the Utah Society of Radiologic Technologists, American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and American Society of Radiologic Technologists and is a member of Davis County Search and Rescue. She and her husband, Matt, have three children.<br /> <br /> 00s <br /> <br /> <b>Brandon Checketts ’01</b> is owner of BookScouter.com, a company he started in 2007. He lives in Athens, Ga., with his wife, Kelly, and their four children. <br /> <br /> <b>Brett A. Dagley ’01, ’02</b> was named principal at Schmitt, Griffiths, Smith & Co. In Ogden, where he has worked for 12 years. He specializes in business and individual tax and estate planning. Brett and his wife, Stephanie, reside in Kaysville, Utah, with their three daughters. Brett enjoys boating, camping and playing racquetball.<br /> <br /> <b>Brad P. Olsen ’01, ’02</b> is an audit senior manager for Tanner LLC and has more than 10 years of experience in public accounting. He serves clients in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, oil and gas, financial services, and software development. Brad also has extensive experience with ERISA and Department of Labor rules and regulations. He is a licensed certified public accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants. He and his wife, Traci, have four children.<br /> <br /> After graduating cum laude from WSU with a degree in accounting, <b>Paul K. Bachman ’02</b> attended the University of Wyoming College of Law and graduated in 2005 with his Doctor of Jurisprudence. He then went on to complete a Master of Laws in Taxation at the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law. He is an associate attorney with the law firm of Van Cott, Bagley, Cornwall & McCarthy, and is a member of Van Cott’s Tax, Estate & Benefit Planning Group and Business Organizations Group. He practices in the areas of estate planning, probate, and estate and trust administration. He is president of the WSU Young Alumni Council. Paul and his wife, <b>Christina Mitchell ’04,</b> have three sons.<br /> <br /> <b>Dee R. Hansen ’02</b> served as student body president of WSU in 1999-2000 and again in 2000-01 while earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration and technical sales. He is the owner of The DRH Company, a commercial real estate development and brokerage company in Salt Lake City. After graduation, Dee attended Johns Hopkins University, where he earned his Master of Real Estate and worked in Washington, D.C., for nine months. He returned to Utah and started his business seven years ago. He and his wife, Adrienne, reside in Cottonwood Heights, Utah, with their son, Taz. He is a member of the WSU Student Affairs Advancement Council.<br /> <br /> <b>Jeffrey J. Callahan ’06</b> recently used his degree in business administration and marketing to start his own business, Safari-Supply, which distributes outdoor, hunting and fishing equipment. He resides in Clearfield, Utah, with his wife, Mary, and their two children.<br /> <br /> <b>Adam D. Stonehocker ’07</b> is a sales coach on MarketStar’s Google Team in Ogden, a position he has held for the past year. Previously, he was a national sales manager for Hammaka Hammocks and operations manager for Claim the Web. Adam lives in South Ogden, Utah, with his wife, <b>Jodi Ann Hollopeter ’09,</b> who is a real estate agent for Keller Williams.<br /> <br /> <b>Anna Pawlowich Wright ’09</b> is a sixth-grade teacher at North Ogden Elementary School, where she has taught for three years. She lives in Salt Lake City with her husband, Nikolas.<br /> <br /> 10s <br /> <br /> <b>Matthew D. Gerrish ’10</b> works as a copy editor for the <i>Standard-Examiner</i> and lives in Layton, Utah, with his wife, Jennifer.<br /> <br /> <b>Tawna Nicholls Halbert ’10</b> is a dance teacher at Ben Lomond High School in Ogden, a position she has held for a year. She also is a dance coach at Ogden High School. Her husband, Jonathon, is a current student at WSU and works for KSL and Sonora Grill. Tawna recently received the Emeriti Alumni Council Purple Paw Award for her contributions to the community and WSU, and is serving on the Young Alumni Council.<br /> <br /> For the past three years, <b>Jennifer A. Mitchell ’11</b> has worked as a radiographic technologist at Lakeview Hospital in Bountiful, Utah. She is a member of the WSU Young Alumni Council, serving as chair of the Success Committee. Jennifer resides in Ogden.<br /> <br />

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