Brent completed his fifth year working at Control4. He coached Todd’s and Alec’s basketball teams and serves as a Webelos Cub leader. He took fishing trips to the Uintas, the Green River and the San Juan River (New Mexico). He ran four marathons this year, including his tenth St. George.
Rita works as a school psychologist for Davis School District and as a mental health counselor at the Neuropsychology Center of Utah. She took a trip with friends to Greece. She went to Girls’ camp as an assistant director and serves as a Bear Cub leader.
Todd turned 17 and is in 11th grade at Northridge High. His favorite class is Racquet Sports. He received his Eagle award and played city-league basketball and baseball. He was an assistant coach for Alec’s basketball team. He played the djembe drum at performances in Ogden and Salt Lake. He enjoys playing sports and video games.
Kenna turned 13 and is in 8th grade at North Layton Junior High. She gets good grades and sings in the school choir. She went to Girls’ camp and was asked to speak at Young Women in Excellence. She raised a goat and took third place in the 4-H Goat competition at the Davis County Fair. She enjoys playing computer games, listening to music, and tackling all sorts of craft, cooking, and home projects.
Alec turned 8 and is in 3rd grade at Kaysville Elementary, where Rita works. He was baptized by Todd. He played in the State Elementary Chess Tournament and played city-league baseball and basketball. With Kenna’s help, he raised a goat and competed in the 4-H Goat competition at the Davis County Fair. He enjoys sports, school, and collecting basketball cards.