Jon M. Huntsman is Founder and Executive Chairman of Huntsman Corporation, a global manufacturer and marketer of specialty chemicals.
Forty years ago, Mr. Huntsman began a small entrepreneurial plastics packaging business. Originally known for pioneering innovations in packaging and, later, for rapid and integrated growth in Read More>>>
Born in Brigham City, Devin Durrant spent part of his childhood in Kentucky before his family moved back to Provo, where he became a highly productive basketball player in high school and college on his way to the NBA.
Devin led Provo to a 26-0 record and the Class 3A state championship, making 17 of 25 shots from the field and scoring 38 of his team’s 52 points in the title game in Ogden. He was named a McDonald’s All-American and played in all-star games around the country, including Read More>>>
A graduate of Bingham High School and Weber State University, Farley Gerber became an NCAA champion and world-class runner in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.
Farley maximized the coaching of steeplechase expert Chick Hislop of Weber State, developing into one of the best athletes not only in Wildcat history, but in the Big Sky Conference and the NCAA. Read More>>>
A graduate of Cottonwood High School and Utah State University, Annette Cottle was a national player of the year in collegiate volleyball and remained a high-level player for many years afterward.
Annette initially played for BYU, helping the Cougars reach the AIAW Final Four under coach Elaine Michaelis, then transferred to USU because of her association with Aggie co-coaches Mary Jo Peppler and Marilyn Read More>>>
As a Washington state native and Boise State University graduate, Elaine Elliott has ingrained herself as a Utahn for nearly 40 years.
Elaine’s impact with the University of Utah women’s basketball program qualifies as historic. In four years as an assistant coach and 27 years as head coach, she helped make the Utes a regional power and a national fixture in the NCAA Tournament. Read More>>>