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Published: Tuesday, April 22 2014 8:55 p.m. MDT

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BYUalum
South Jordan, UT

You live with Diabetes 24/7. It's something that affects the whole family. Good eating habits and monitoring your blood constantly makes all the difference. Still it never leaves for a rest. Always there!

John Anderson
Salt Lake City, UT

Kelton is an amazing man and a great athlete. He has always been a quiet leader that provides mentoring through action. Both him and younger brother (Kason) are representatives of the examples they have had in parents (two very incredible people). Congrats Kelton on this article and a life of work, effort, and attitude that led up to this.

You are….and always will be….”the man”…..along with that Kason kid.

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