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Published: Saturday, Dec. 25 2010 10:00 p.m. MST

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Mike A.W.
Pleasant Grove, Utah

Having been closely acquainted with the Clayson family while living in Sacramento, I recall that Hannah and her husband were among, I think, four couples that all graduated from the BYU Law School at the same time, an unprecendented occurrence. Hannah is also an accomplished violinist.

Salt Lake City, UT

Hannah's husband, John, is the great grandson of George Albert Smith. He was student body president at Princeton University.

Ranch Hand
Bountiful, UT

Slow news day.

Silver Spring, MD

Very classy person! I'm curious: how many people are on the Deseret News editorial advisory board?

DN Subscriber
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Sounds like a sharp lady who will bring some conservative and pro-freedom views to this board (the purpose of which seems hard to understand right now.)

The only downside is that the Deseret News does not need more "leadership" from California or the "elite" circles usually infested with liberals.

Brigham City, UT

Can we all agree there are too many attorneys in our country?

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