He could barely stay awake during the presentation.
Namba served as vice president and executive board member of Physician Health Plan of Utah, and was an associate and assistant professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine.
He received the Norman S.
Schofield had a private practice in adult and child psychiatry from 1963 to 2005. He has survived three coronary by-pass procedures starting in 1980 but continues to be active working and adopting seven children, currently ages four to nineteen, whose mothers are meth addicts.
In 2003, he retired and now enjoys gardening and fishing. He likes to travel, hunt, fish and compete in triathlons.
Craighead retired in 1996 from pathology. Since retirement he has enjoyed golf, tennis and travel. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Mary and his children and grandchildren. He is looking forward to spend his spare time bird watching and writing a book on medical mnemonics. He is happily married to his lovely wife Laura Baker. He has four wonderful children.
He enjoys performing and composing on the organ, gardening and traveling with his wife Marilyn and his four children and five grandchildren. Nellis is a retired thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon who began the heart surgery program in Ogden in 1970 and also set up the cardiovascular program in Ashtabula, Ohio while he was on the clinical faculty at Case Western Reserve University. Since retirement his interests have included trap shooting, golf, bridge, walking and trading commodities.
Johnston is recipient of 1996 Norman S. In his spare time he enjoys playing tennis and genealogy. Spencer still assists his partners in surgery once a week, but is "almost" retired.
He has been married 52 years, has 5 children and 15 grandchildren. Speakman practiced general medicine in Mt. He enjoys ranching, fishing and hunting.
Crosby served in the Air Force from 1958-1961. Gabbert retired in 1998 from practicing Orthopedic Surgery.
Budge retired in 1990. He was president of the Utah State Society of Anesthesiologists in 1970. Namba served with the U.