Birthplace: Grand Junction, Colo.
Education: Attended Mesa College in Grand Junction and Brigham Young University
Career: Began broadcasting career in radio in Grand Junction; joined KSL-TV in 1964
Family: Wife Debra, five children and step-childrenMiscellaneous: Inducted into the Utah Broadcasters Hall of Fame in May 2000; toured Vietnam for one month in 1967 for KSL and made return visit in 1997; listed as one of America's Outstanding Young Men in 1977; served with many charitable and professional organizations, including the Society of Professional Journalists, Camp Kostopulos, United Cerebral Palsy Foundation; a cancer survivor, he also has served with the American Cancer Society, the Cottonwood Alta View Hospital Health Care Foundation and the Cancer Wellness House.
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