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Treasurer
Phone: (801) 593-2302
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Jay Greaves Resume

Jay’s Chamber Testimonial
My experience with the Davis Chamber has helped me understand and see the business fabric of Davis County more clearly. Whether that fabric be private, public, or government – the fabric is dynamic, growing and sustainable.

The unique thing about the business fabric is the people! I’ve developed personal relationships with chamber members from big to small business, from established to new start-ups, from thriving to struggling. . .

The common thread I’ve found in this business fabric is:

Normal people with everyday challenges who bring extraordinary insights, solutions, and true friendship to the table.

After Chamber events, I return to work more motivated, more confident, more determined to make a difference with our customers (students of local employers) and our employees.

I thank the great members of the Chamber for making me better.

Jay Greaves
Vice President of Instruction, Davis Applied Technology College


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Past Chair
Phone: (801) 299-2503
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Rand Kerr graduated from BYU with a BS degree in Psychology. From there he went to Tulane University where received his MHA degree. His first job was as an Assistant Administrator at St. Mark’s Hospital. He was the COO of Alaska Regional Hospital. He later became COO of St. Mark’s Hospital. For the past 6 years, Rand has been the CEO of Lakeview Hospital and has learned from everyone he has had the privilege of working with. His greatest achievement was getting his wife Holly to say yes and finally marry him. She has shared 4 wonderful children with him.

Rand’s Chamber Testimonial
For me, the Davis Chamber has been the forum that I need to develop relationships that expand my leadership.

I am an Introvert by nature and find it difficult to reach out and build relationships with others in most of my work and community forums. The Davis Chamber has given me the opportunity to work with other great leaders in smaller and more personal venues. Through these venues I have been able to get to know these great community leaders at a deeper level. I have walked away from these meetings always having gained insight on how I can be a more effective leader. I have built friendships that have allowed me to contact these leaders at times that I sought insight and perspective. They have freely shared their thoughts with me and helped me see things in a different light.

I will always be thankful to the Chamber for providing this opportunity to connect, learn, expand, and improve myself as a leader and my hospital as a resource to the community.

Rand Kerr
CEO of Lakeview Hospital


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Executive Board
Phone: (801) 725-8111
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Julie was born and reared in Utah, graduating from Layton High School and Weber State University with her batchelor’s degree in Technical Sales.

She owns her own business “Batchelor Management” that specializes in helping small business with advertising and marketing. She is a strong supporter of local businesses.

As an active member at the Davis Chamber of Commerce, she is a current member of the Executive Board, 2009 Women in Business Chair, 2008 AMBER Alert Chair, 2010 Athena Chair, 2011, Leadership Institute Graduate, and 2012 Communications Committee Chair.

In her spare time with her husband Adam and daughter Gracie, they spend many, many hours at local sporting events.

Julie’s Chamber Testimonial
I love my community and the people in it. The Davis Chamber has helped me open doors to business opportunities that would not have happened otherwise. Be involved, it is worth it! The staff is so fantastic to work with; they will help you connect to others in the community.

Julie Batchelor
Batchelor Management-Advertising and Marketing


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Having been born of goodly parents, I was a product of BYU coed’s. Being born in Provo and growing up in Taylorsville, I have spent my life in Utah and LOVE it. I currently am blessed to live in Kaysville with the love of my life, Sharolyn. We have married for 20 wonderful years and are blessed to have 7 incredible children and 1 son in law.

My days are spent in the stands cheering at on of the various activities or sports they are participating in. If not in the stands then you will find me on the sidelines coaching. I have always had a passion for sports and was blessed with the ability to compete at a high level. Coaching allows me to give back to others the blessings that sports provided in my life.

I attended BYU and upon repenting of my ways (joke) I eventually graduated from the University of Utah in History and Political Science. Awesome to be able to cheer for both schools and have ties to both institutions.

Having spent 12 years in retail management along with 10 years in sales management I can honestly say I have seen just about everything. Serving in executive roles in each of these careers I have been fortunate to work with incredible teams and individuals. Experience has taught me that I am passionate about growing people. Nothing is more fulfilling then watching a person, a team or an organization recognize their full potential. Helping others achieve these dreams bring passion to my life.


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Maj. Gen. H. Brent Baker Sr. is the Commander, Ogden Air Logistics Complex, Hill Air Force Base, Utah. He is responsible for cost, schedule and quality of depot repair, overhaul and modification of the A-10, C-130, F-16, F-22, F-35 and T-38 aircraft, the Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missile system, and a wide range of commodities. These include landing gear, wheels and brakes, rocket motors, air munitions and guided bombs, photonics equipment, training devices, software, electronics, avionics, instruments, hydraulics, power systems, and other aerospace-related components. His responsibilities extend to maintenance operations at remote sites in Japan, Arizona, Colorado, Nebraska, Texas, and California, and ICBM wings located in Wyoming, North Dakota, and Montana.

General Baker entered the Air Force in 1979 as an enlisted member and was commissioned in 1985 through Officer Training School after graduation from Southern Illinois University. He has had numerous assignments, such as the Director of Logistics, Headquarters Pacific Air Forces, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam; Chief, Materiel Management Flight, 8th Supply Squadron, Kunsan Air Base, South Korea, and headquarters staff positions, including Chief, Supply Policy and Procedures, Headquarters Air Combat Command, Langley AFB, Va. General Baker also served as a presidential fuels flight officer at Joint Base Andrews, Md., and as the Commander, 18th Mission Support Group, Kadena Air Base, Japan. He served both as the Vice Commander and Commander, 95th Air Base Wing, Edwards AFB, Calif. Before his present assignment, General Baker served as the Commander, Air Force Global Logistics Support Center at Scott AFB, Ill.


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After receiving a degree in Human Resources from BYU, Michael worked for five years as a Human Resources specialist for Amoco Corporation with stops in Oklahoma, Georgia and Texas. In 1994 he left Amoco and returned to BYU to pursue a Masters degree in Business Administration. After completing his MBA he went to work, again in Human Resources, for a much smaller Utah based company. After two years he transitioned into line management and became a Product Director with the same company. In this role he managed all operational aspects of an 80 person department including engineering, design, scheduling, purchasing and manufacturing.

Eventually Michael decided it was time to pursue his goal of business ownership and purchased a small struggling manufacturing company. He succeeded in turning the business around and making it a successful enterprise. After seven years of owning and operating the company he decided to take his career in a different direction and sold the company. Before purchasing the manufacturing company he had been intrigued by the prospects of becoming a financial advisor. After selling the company he again looked into this field and ultimately decided it offered a perfect fit for what he wanted for the rest of his career; an entrepreneurial atmosphere where he could utilize his expertise in business and finance and yet have a major focus on dealing with and helping individuals.

Michael was born in Ogden and raised in Farmington. He is an alumnus of Davis High School where his children are or will be fourth generation Darts. He has been married since 1988 to his wife whom he met on a study abroad program in Europe. They have four children and live in Kaysville. He has held many volunteer positions within his church the Chamber, and the community. He is an original member of the board of directors of “Hope for Widows”, a non-profit organization created to help widowed women, especially younger widows, to cope with the loss of their husbands. Michael enjoys reading, gardening, golfing and travel. He has travelled extensively in Europe, East Asia, Russia and Israel.


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Lloyd Carr, son of Vernon and Violet Carr of Centerville, Utah is President and CEO of Carr Printing Co., Inc. a Utah corporation that began business in 1890 as a single proprietorship in the not yet incorporated area now known today as Bountiful City. He is part of the fourth generation of pioneer founder Lamoni Call, and follows in the footsteps of his grandfather, Willard G. Carr, his father, Vernon B. Carr and cousin, Lowell C. Carr.

Carr was born and raised in Centerville and is a graduate from Bountiful High. He attended Brigham Young University and graduated with honors with a degree in Business Administration. He supported himself and his wife while attending college by working for the BYU Press and teaching Graphic Arts at the university. After graduation, he accepted employment at Carr Printing Co. and moved to Bountiful.

While attending the university, Lloyd studied music with Roy Darley and Parley Belnap. He became a member and was elected an officer, first in the Provo Chapter and later for multiple terms in the Salt Lake Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. He was responsible for overseeing the rebuilding of the pipe organ in the L.D.S. Bountiful Tabernacle in 1982 – 1983.

Carr has been a member and served multiple terms on the board of the Printing Industries of Utah. He also was elected and served multiple terms on the Board of the South Davis Area Chamber of Commerce. He also was elected and served as president of the chamber and served for many years as the editor of the chamber’s monthly newsletter, Partners in Business.

While serving on the education committee for the South Davis Area Chamber of Commerce, Carr was appointed chair of the Land Acquisition Committee to acquire 100 acres of property to be developed into a higher learning center in Davis County. They were successful in obtaining property in Layton. They were also successful in establishing the Davis Center for Higher Education, which has become the Weber State University – Davis. The new campus located in Layton is currently in use and growing. He is a member of the Citizen’s Advisory Board to the Weber State University.

Lloyd is serving as Vice Chair of the Davis Applied Technology College Foundation, a private fund raising organization providing scholarships and development for the college in Kaysville. He also serves as a member of the Bountiful Historical Commission and a member and Treasurer of the Bountiful Historical Preservation Foundation.

Active in the L.D.S. Church, Carr has served in many leadership positions, including bishoprics and high council, and is currently serving as an organist for the L.D.S. Bountiful Temple. He also served a two and one-half year mission in the Netherlands (Holland) and Belgium.

Lloyd has spent years learning the election side of the family business from his father who retired in the fall of 1998. He wrote voter registration software on a mainframe computer and helped more than half of the counties in Utah automate the registration process. He helped implement a reporting system for statewide election results on the internet, automating it with the ballot counting systems in every county in Utah. Carr’s company furnished ballots and precinct supplies for most of the counties, cities and special districts in the state, a service that began back in 1902, shortly after the company was founded.

In partnership with the Utah Municipal Clerks Association, Lloyd has provided election training throughout the state. He is a frequent speaker at county, special district and municipal conventions. He works closely with the Lt. Governor and the election staff on election matters and legislation concerning Utah’s election code./

Carr is optimistic about the future of Carr Printing Co. He is proud of the team of employees who make up the company and sees the challenges presented to his industry by changing technology as new opportunities.


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Sheryl Cox is Vice President of Governmental and Community Relations for America First Credit Union. Prior to her current position she was Director of Marketing for America First.

Sheryl is married to Bruce Cox and has two children. She is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Weber School Foundation, the Ogden Pioneer Heritage Foundation, the Ogden Weber Applied Technology College, The Davis Chamber of Commerce and Prevent Child Abuse Utah. She is active in the Davis Chamber of Commerce , Salt Lake Chamber and the Ogden Weber Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of the Legislative Affairs committee for all three Chambers, the Military Affairs Executive committee and the Ogden CVB board of directors.

Sheryl has a B.S. in Business Managements and graduated from the CUNA Management School in Madison Wisconsin. She also graduated from the Integrated Marketing Communications program at the University of Utah.

She lives in Ogden with her husband and is active in community affairs.


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Robert P. Daniels is the Chief Executive Officer of the Pioneer Adult Rehabilitation Center (PARC), in Clearfield, Utah.

Mr. Daniels was born, on July 23, 1948, in Grand Junction, Colorado, and graduated from Wasatch High School (Heber City, Utah) in 1966. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in history from Utah State University in 1970 and a Master of Science degree in special education from Utah State University in 1973. He completed the certification program for administration and supervision of public schools from the University of Utah, in 1977, and the Professional Development Program in Rehabilitation Facility Administration from the University of Northern Colorado, in 1984. In 1992, he received a certificate in Supported Employment Program Management from the College of Business Administration, University of Northern Colorado. In addition to his civilian education, he has completed the US Army Engineer Officer Basic and Advance Courses. He is a 1984 graduate of the US Army Command & General Staff College and a 1989 graduate of the US Army War College Defense Strategy Course. In 1994-1995, he studied as a National Security Fellow at the JFK School of Government, Harvard University. In 2001, he graduated from the Pre-Command Course, Corps of Engineers, US Army.

Upon graduation from Utah State University, Mr. Daniels enlisted in the National Guard. In October 1971, after completing his active duty for training, he began his professional career as a high school teacher and athletic coach. In February 1974, he became the Director of the Davis County Development Center, vocational rehabilitation center. In March of 1981, he became the Chief Executive Officer of the Pioneer Adult Rehabilitation Center, a community rehabilitation program.

Mr. Daniels has been an adjunct professor at Brigham Young University. He has reviewed several articles with published comments for the Journal of Rehabilitation Administration. In 1998, the Journal of Rehabilitation Administration published an article written by Mr. Daniels entitled “Rehabilitation Leadership in the Information Age”. He has been actively involved with the Utah Association of Community Services, serving as its President in 1985-1986 and totaling over ten years service as an executive committee member. He has served as an advisory member to the Rehabilitation Facilities Administration Training Program, College of Business Administration, University of Northern Colorado, 1987-1993. He served two years on the National Council of Work Center’s Executive Committee as the West Region Representative, 1988-1990. In March of 1990, he was elected to the Board of Directors for NISH serving in a number of board leadership positions to include Chairman of the Board (1998-2000). He rotated off of the NISH Board, in 2002, completing his tenure on the board as the past chairman. He served as a member of the advisory council for REHAB Leadership through Distance Learning at the University of Northern Colorado, from 1993 through 2001. He served as a member of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Council of Colonels, 2001-2003. In 2003, he was given director emeritus status by the NISH Board of Directors. Since 2004, he has served as an officer on the NCWC Executive Committee.

Mr. Daniels was selected for promotion and confirmed by the US Senate to the grade of brigadier general in the Army National Guard, in 2003. He resides in Bountiful, Utah. He is married to the former Gloria Linge of Centerville, Utah. They have four children, Natalie, Kimberly, Emily, and Robilyn.

Robert’s Chamber Testimonial
Traditionally it had been my impression the Chambers primary purpose was serving and supporting for -profit businesses. Once PARC joined the Davis Chamber as a non-profit organization (business), I found we had a place and the Chamber was not only serving for-profit businesses.

I found all Chamber members were integrated together with common interest and goals. This was demonstrated by the various activities and committees the Chamber organized and sponsored, such as Military Affairs, Legislative Affairs, Women in Business, and other committees. They create and organize special forums to exchange information and share with their luncheons, golf tournaments, and annual awards banquet.

The Davis Chamber does a very effective job of enriching the communities and quality of life for all of us and our local communities.

Robert P. Daniels
CEO of PARC


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Tage Flint is the General Manager/CEO of Weber Basin Water Conservancy District located in northern Utah. He has worked in the water industry for 25 years. Throughout his career, he has worked in engineering design and management of water works facilities such as drinking water treatment plants, pipelines, canals, dams and reservoirs. He has dealt extensively with water rights, irrigation company leadership, and municipal water supply.

Currently as General Manager/CEO of Weber Basin Water, Mr. Flint administers operation and maintenance of irrigation and municipal water conveyance in five Utah counties. Weber Basin Water is the sponsor of the federal Weber Basin Project which manages seven major dams and reservoirs, three hydro-power generation plants, and conveys water through hundreds of miles of canals, pipelines, and aqueducts in northern Utah.

Mr. Flint remains active in his community and industry, by serving on many boards and committees, most notably, he is the former National Director – American Water Works Association, President – Utah Water Users Association, and serves on the Utah Defense Alliance Board of Directors, Northern Utah Military Affairs Committee, Davis Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and is an Utah National Guard Honorary Colonel.

Mr. Flint has a degree in Civil Engineering and is a Registered Professional Engineer and also has a masters degree in Business Administration. He and his wife, Lisa, have two sons and reside in Kaysville, Utah.

His hobbies include camping, reading, golf and photography.


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Melissa Freigang currently serves as Director of Workforce Development at Logistic Specialties, Inc., leading a new Economic Expansion Program for the Department of Workforce Services (DWS). She gained her expertise and passion for economic development, government relations, and business development while serving 8 years placing graduates in the workforce in her role as Director of Admissions, Business and Community at Clearfield Job Corps.

Prior to shifting her focus into workforce development, Melissa began her career in higher education at Gonzaga University as Academic Coordinator/NCAA Compliance Officer and was promoted to Senior Woman Administrator before moving to Weber State University as Associate Athletics Director/Senior Woman Administrator overseeing Title IX compliance, NCAA compliance, administering sports, game management and student athlete welfare programs.

She received her Masters of Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University in 1998 and holds her Bachelor of Science in Human Development from the University of Utah as well as several post graduate certifications in the areas of workforce development, community development and leadership.

She currently serves on the United Way of Salt Lake’s Leadership Council, Davis Chamber Women in Business Executive Committee, Davis Chamber BEST Committee, as well serving on the Champions Committee of Prevent Child Abuse Utah. On a personal note, Melissa’s back ground as a Senior US National Team member and All-American University of Utah gymnast, member of two National Championship teams still connects to her sport through volunteer efforts; devoting time and energy as a mentor to current University of Utah gymnasts.


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Matt Graham is owner of JG Wholesale, L.L.C., an ecommerce company specializing in wholesale and retail sales of traditional board games such as chess, backgammon, checkers and dominoes as well as jigsaw puzzles and other board games. Company websites include WholesaleChess.com, WholesalePuzzles.com & WholesaleBoardGames.com.

Prior to JG Wholesale, L.L.C., he worked for AOL for 10 years in a several roles including Vice President and General Manager of Member Services International where he was supported the customer service efforts at all of AOL’s international joint ventures in Canada, Germany, France, United Kingdom, China, Japan, Mexico & Brazil. He also was responsible for all of AOL’s offshore customer service in India, the Philippines and South Africa as well at more than 10,000 outsourced customer service agents throughout the world.

Matt is married to Jennie Jasmer Graham and has four children ages 3 to 14. He enjoys spending time with his family, reading and of course playing games. Matt has served in a number of business/community service roles including the Oklahoma Governor’s Business Round Table, Co-Chair of the Central Oklahoma Workforce Development Strategic Planning Committee, Rotary Club and currently serves on the Davis County Chamber Executive Board and Board of Governors.


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Mayor Farmington City
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Rick is a manager with The Boeing Company and is responsible for sustaining and expanding Boeing’s business in the U.S. Air Force strategic weapon systems market. Rick works with various government agencies and aerospace contractors to develop creative system solutions for future strategic deterrence and national security challenges. He has been with The Boeing Company since June 1980.

Rick held various engineering and management assignments in Seattle, Washington from June 1980 to October 1995. He served in a broad range of national defense programs as an electronics and mechanical systems designer and was promoted into technical management. In 1992 he was selected for Boeing’s leadership development program as an auditor for Boeing Corporate Internal Audit. He was responsible for planning and conducting process, performance and policy audits for Boeing Defense and Space, Boeing Computer Services and Boeing Commercial Airplanes units. Following this assignment Rick led a team which identified and implemented significant cost reductions for Boeing’s 777 Cabin Management System.

Rick and his family relocated to Layton, Utah in October 1995 after successfully transitioning a nearly 100 person workforce from Seattle to Utah to better support the Air Force’s Intercontinental Ballistic Missile programs. He served as a program manager and Ogden site chief engineer until December 1999 at which time he switched careers and was named Director, Strategic Missile Systems Business Development.

Rick earned a BSEE degree from New Mexico State University in May 1980. While earning his degree, he participated in a Co-op program manning and maintaining satellite ground tracking stations for the Defense Mapping Agency. These work phases took Rick to assignments in Thule, Greenland; Anchorage and Shemya, Alaska; and Mahe, Victoria, Seychelles. He has continued his professional development through Boeing leadership and executive development curricula including substantial course work at the Boeing Leadership Center.

Rick was born in Valdosta, Georgia and raised as an Air Force dependent. He and his wife Amy live in Layton, Utah and have two daughters and two sons who all reside in Utah.

Rick’s community activities include the following: Chair – Top of Utah Military Affairs Committee, President – Utah Aerospace Education Foundation board, and past Chair – AFA Focus on Defense. Rick and his family enjoy outdoors activities including boating, golf, camping, fishing and skiing. His hobbies include woodworking and shooting sports.


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Jewel Lee Kenley, owner and President of Ed Kenley Ford, attended BYU and Weber State University. From 1964 to 1976 she worked as an accountant for the Internal Revenue Service. She lives in West Point, Utah, where she once served as Republican Chairman and West Point Elementary PTA president.

The dealership, Ed Kenley Ford, founded in 1981 by Jewel Lee and her late husband Ed, has received numerous awards. The most recent of these includes the prestigious President’s Award. In 1997 Mrs. Kenley was named as the Utah winner and nominee for the national award of ‘Time Quality Dealer’, given by Time Magazine. She placed in the top five, out of over 20,000 dealers nation wide (1998). This placed the dealership in the Automobile Hall of Fame in Dearborn Michigan. Mrs. Kenley has expanded the business to include Quicklane (quick lube), The Car Barn, EKF Custom Accessories, Nordic and Larsen Boats and Ed Kenley Investments. She was named one of the “50 Most Powerful Women In Business” by Utah Business Magazine. She was listed as #251 in Working Woman Magazine’s “500 Largest Woman Owned Businesses” in 2001. She has received the Athena Award, the Woman in Business Award and the Legacy Award from the Davis Chamber of Commerce. In December of 1998, Mrs. Kenley was conferred with an Honorary Doctor of Humanities degree from Weber State University.

Mrs. Kenley is currently serves as a member of the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District Board, the National Advisory Council for Weber State University, the Ethics Board of Davis Hospital and is the former Chair of the Northern Utah Automobile Dealers Association. She is a Regional Director for DOCA (Defense Orientation Conference Ass’n.); a member of the Davis Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber’s Military Affairs Committee. She is currently serving as Community Liaison Representative for Hill AFB in the national program for Air Force Material Command. Mrs. Kenley also serves on Senator Orrin Hatch’s “Kitchen Cabinet” advisory council.

Mrs. Kenley has interest in several charitable causes, the favorite of these being the Davis Arts Council and the Centennial Amphitheater that bears her late husband’s name.

Mrs. Kenley is the mother of one son, C. Brett Kenley, who is Vice President of Ed Kenley Ford. Her hobbies are piano, golf and Spanish.


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Mr. Nuttall’s practice primarily focuses on preparation and prosecution of patent and trademark applications for filing in the United States and in foreign countries. Mr. Nuttall has drafted and prosecuted applications directed to general mechanical systems, computer software and hardware, medical devices, exercise equipment, aerodynamics technologies, oil and gas down-hole tools and e-commerce technologies such as computer payment systems.

Mr. Nuttall also engages in trademark opposition and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and in the preparation of licensing agreements, confidentiality agreements and other agreements related to intellectual property.

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Nuttall worked as a mechanical engineer for a large government defense contractor in its shock and vibration laboratory which tests ICBM missile components for the U.S. Air Force. Mr. Nuttall also worked for the nation’s largest manufacturer of home exercise equipment and has experience in computer software programming and in the thermal sciences. During his undergraduate education, Mr. Nuttall participated in the design and manufacture of alternative insulation materials and techniques to insulate the external tank of the space shuttle.


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Scott H. Parkinson is senior vice president of marketing and communications for Bank of Utah where he has been involved over the past 17 years in many aspects of the community banking industry. Parkinson has served on numerous non-profit and community boards throughout his career and currently sits on the boards of Weber Economic Corp., Ogden Industrial Development Corp., Ogden Reinvestment Corp. and is the chair of the Dean’s Business Advisory Committee Goddard Business School at Weber State University. He presently serves on the Davis Chamber Board of Governors. Prior to working in the banking industry, Parkinson was involved in public finance and real estate development. Parkinson graduated from Weber State University. He resides in South Ogden with his wife Pam.

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Commissioner John Petroff, Jr. was officially sworn into office as Davis County Commissioner January 5th, 2009. Before being elected as a Commissioner, he was serving his second-term as the Mayor of West Point City. He had also spent one term as a West Point City Council member.

John, “JP” as he is widely known, has gained experience to help lead Davis County in turbulent times through private business ownership and years of public service. He has worked on several community and regional councils organized to build a better life for Davis County residents. He has served as committee chairman of the Build Legacy Now committee, on the Wasatch Integrated Waste Management board and chair of the Wasatch Front Regional council, a transportation planning committee comprised of mayors and commissioners from five counties along the Wasatch front.

JP and his family relocated from their home in Colorado to Davis County in 1980, where he first ventured into the world of private business ownership. He has been a small business owner ever since, totaling 28 years now. In that time he has run several successful business operations, some including JP’s Chevron, JP’s American Car Care Center and JP’s Towing. “It wasn’t easy to uproot our three children, two of which were in high school,” Petroff said. “But we believed that Davis County held a better life. Twenty-eight years later, I can say it was the best decision we ever made for our family.”

JP and his wife Pam currently reside in West Point. They have been married for 45 years and have three grown children, thirteen grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

Commissioner Petroff’s key priorities to accomplish while serving as a Davis County Commissioner include:

  • Responsible County Spending and Budget Control
  • Efficient County Transportation
  • Sustainable Job Creation


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Colby Poulson grew up in Bountiful. He has an MA and an MFA from the University of Utah, where he taught for the English department for three years from 2001-2004. In 2004, Colby left teaching to become the Sales and Development Manager at iTransact, based in Farmigton. iTransact is a Merchant Service and Internet Gateway Provider that has been owned and operated in Davis County since 1994. iTransact specializes in helping local business owners save money on credit card processing while providing superior, friendly service and support.

Colby and his wife, Erianne, live in Farmington with their two children.

Colby’s Chamber Testimonial
I’ve only been a part of the Davis Chamber for a short time, but it hasn’t taken long for me to see the benefits that being involved in the Chamber can bring to my business. In the first meeting I went to, I met someone who became a client. In the second, I had a chance to get some time with my Mayor and learn about the challenges he faces as a local government leader as well as express my needs and concerns to him as a local business person.

I’ve already had a chance to meet so many great community and business leaders thanks to my short time being involved with the Davis Chamber. I’m really looking forward to what the coming months and years will bring.

Colby Poulson
iTransact, LLC.


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Steve has been employed with Rocky Mountain Power since January of 1986. His current role is as Customer and Community Manager for Davis, Weber, and Morgan Counties, as well as Park City. He earned his BA in Economics from Weber State University.

Steve is heavily involved in the community including:

• Utah Defense Alliance – Vice President
• Air Force Material Command – Community Leadership Program
• Air Combat Command – Commanders Group Alternate member
• Falcons (388th FW Support Organization)
• Ogden Breakfast Exchange Club
• Prevent Child Abuse Utah – President of the Board
• Ogden/Weber Chamber of Commerce –Legislative Affairs Committee
• Davis Chamber of Commerce – Former President and Current Board Member
• Weber Economic Development Corporation – Board Member
• Top of Utah Military Affairs Committee – Executive Board Member
• Downtown Ogden Inc. – Past Chair
• Ogden Nature Center – Past Board Member
Steve’s Chamber Testimonial
In my role as a manager of Rocky Mountain Power, I am fortunate to have an extensive network throughout the county. That is almost totally a result of my Chamber involvement. By participating on committees such as Legislative Affairs and Military Affairs or attending Business After Hours and other socials, I get to really know people from business, elected officials, not-for-profits, and military leaders.

It really is true that you get out of the Chamber what you put into it. Our business and our lives are absolutely better because of what the Davis Chamber and its members contribute to the community.

Steve Rush
Rocky Mountain Power


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Mayor Fruit Heights City
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Todd Stevenson is the mayor of Fruit Heights City. He has worked in city government for over 10 years. Professionally he works in health care computing and software development. He is a lifelong resident of Davis County, living in Fruit Heights for the past 25 years. He and his wife Debbie are parents of 5 children and 2 grandchildren.


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Dave Thurgood was born and raised in Clearfield, Utah. He has lived in Davis County his entire life. In 1992 Dave graduated from the Salt Lake Community College Police Academy. He worked for the Sunset and Clinton Police Departments as a Reserve Officer.

In 1994 he started working at Monroc as a ready mix driver and continued to work with the company when in 2000, Staker Parson Companies, a division of Oldcastle bought Monroc. Dave was hired as a sales representative in the concrete division in 2007.

Dave joined the Davis Chamber of Commerce in January and has been serving on the Board of Governors, Legislative Affairs, Military Affairs, and Transportation Committee. Dave earned his Eagle Scout at the age of 14 and has been involved in scouting most of his life. He has been a Scout Master, Cub Master, and Den Leader.

Dave is married to Heidi Thurgood and has 2 boys. He resides in Clinton, Utah. In his spare time, he loves to go camping, 4-wheeling and especially ride his Victory Motorcycle.

Chamber Testimonial
I was asked to join the Davis Chamber by Scott Parson, our President of Staker Parson. I had no idea what I was getting into. We have now been a member since January 2012 and have become involved with as many parts of the Chamber as you can possibly be in. I’ve learned more about how our cities work, our Government and the roles they play. For us as a construction company being part of the Transportation Committee has given us a heads up on upcoming work. I’ve lived in Davis County my entire life and for me personally, I’ve learned more about where I live and work than I have ever learned just by being a resident!

Dave Thurgood
Staker-Parson


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Executive Board
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Chris serves as the Community Relations Director of the Davis School District. He is a former president of the Utah School Public Relations Association and Idaho School Public Relations Association and has received numerous awards from the National School Public Relations Association.

He worked for eight years as a print and radio journalist in Utah, Nevada, California and Idaho before entering the public relations field. He holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Utah State University and a master’s degree in professional communication from Westminster College.

He is a member of the chamber’s Legislative Affairs Committee and Communication Committee and has been a member of the chamber’s executive committee for the past three years.

He also serves as a member of the North Davis Fire District Administrative Control Board, is a member of the Davis Education Foundation Board of Directors and served on the Clearfield City Vision 2020 committee. He is a native of Buffalo, N.Y. and loves hockey, basketball, canoeing and photography.

Chris’ Chamber Testimonial
I have been involved in the Davis Chamber of Commerce for the last four years. In that time, I have attended lots of committee meetings, chamber events, and board meetings. And I have to say there has not been one get-together in which I’ve walked away and haven’t said, “I’m glad I came”.

The relationships I’ve been able to build and foster have been incredible, and the vision I’ve been able to catch about the community I live in has only come because of my chamber involvement.

While the chamber has given me – as a spokesperson for the Davis School District – a true voice in the business community, it has also given me the opportunity to hear about other entities and about the concerns and challenges they also have.

Our school district’s mission is learning first and the chamber has given me an opportunity to learn first about the county I reside in as well.

Chris Williams
Davis School District


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Brad Wilson is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Destination Homes. Since its inception in 1991, Brad and his partner have led Destination Homes to become one of the top home builders in Utah. Brad is also an owner of Discovery Development, Destination Holdings and Preferred Realty.

He was the Associate Vice President of American Express Financial Advisors Utah office until 2001 where he managed over 50 advisors and staff members. While at American Express, Brad helped lead the Salt Lake City office to the number one division office in the United States.

Brad has his B.S., in Business Administration from Weber State University and is a Certified Financial Planner.

He is married to Jeni Critchlow Wilson and has three children, two girls, and one boy ages 6, 3, and 1. He enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, exercise, boating, and reading. He is an active member of the Young President’s Organization, and serves on the board of directors for the Davis County Chamber of Commerce and Children’s Aid Society. He is a member of the International Association of Financial Planners, National Association of Home Builders, the NAHB Sales and Marketing Council.

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450 South Simmons Way Suite 220
Kaysville, UT
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