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Published: Tuesday, July 17 2012 12:35 a.m. MDT

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MoJules
Florissant, MO

How fun to read a story about my favorite Sunday School teacher. Also it was fun to read about Becky, even though she was a couple of years younger, I enjoyed her the most of all the family, she was so positive. I lived down the street from the Anderson family and I have many memories, I knew that Scott was at Zion's and doing well there, but it was really great to read about how involved he is and the contribution that he makes to the community. But Scott, your greatest contribution was to teach the youth in church when you were not too old yourself. Thanks for living what you taught. Julene (Hibberd)

rjpkp
Cottonwood Heights, UT

As a former employee of Zions Bank, I was always impressed by how personable Scott was. There were several other executives of the bank that were unapproachable, but he was not one of them. He mingled at company dinners, talked to employees in the elevators, and always had a positive demeanor. He was/is a breath of fresh air in a highly political, bureaucratic environment. It's good to hear positive stories like this.

rlsintx
Plano, TX

Great story about the house and his office now on the same spot. Karma :)

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