Utah Celebrities
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Richard G. Scottrichard scott
©Busath Photography

Full name Richard Gordon Scott

Born 7 November 1928, Pocatello, Idaho

Spouse Jeanene Watkins Scott (died in 1995)

Children Seven (five living)

Education B.S., mechanical engineering, George Washington University; nuclear engineering, Oakridge, Tennessee

Former: Staff of Admiral Hyman Rickover (developing nuclear submarines); consultant, nuclear power industry

Former: LDS mission president, Cordoba, Argentina; LDS regional representative; presidency, LDS First Quorum of the Seventy; executive director, Genealogical Department; executive council, Family History, Information Communications Systems, and Temple Committee
Current: LDS Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

Property East Millcreek Canyon, Salt Lake City

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Joseph Silversteinjoseph silverstein
Courtesy The Utah Symphony

Full name Joseph Harry Silverstein

Born 21 March 1932, Detroit, Michigan

Spouse Adrienne Shufro Silverstein

Children Three

Education Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia (studied under Josef Gingold, Mischa Mischakoff, and Efrem Zimbalist)

Former: Violinist, Houston Symphony, and Philadelphia Orchestra; assistant conductor, Denver Symphony, and Boston Symphony Orchestra; guest conductor, Atlanta, Baltimore, Leningrad, Milwaukee, Minnesota, New Japan, and St. Louis symphony orchestras; instructor, Boston University School of Music, Tanglewood Music Center, and Yale University School of Music; chair, Berkshire Music School, and New England Conservatory of Music (String Department); music director, Boston Chamber Players, Boston University Symphony Chorus, Chautuaqua Institute, and Worcester Orchestra of Massachusetts; artistic adviser, Oakland, Toledo, and Virginia symphony orchestras; recordings, Deutsche Grammophone, CBS, New World Records, Nonesuch, Pro Arte, RCA, and Telarc
Current: Music Director, Utah Symphony; artistic adviser, Florida, and Alabama symphonies; fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Awards: Grammy Award nomination (Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons”, Boston Symphony Orchestra); silver medalist, Queen Elisabeth of Belgium International Contest; Walter W. Naumberg Foundation Award

Property Indian Hills, Salt Lake City

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Hyrum W. Smithhyrum smith
Courtesy Franklin Quest Company

Full name Hyrum Wayne Smith

Born 16 October 1943, Centerville, Utah

Spouse A. Gail Cooper Smith

Children Six

Education B.A., business, Brigham Young University

Former: Sales executive, Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company; division manager, National Inventory Control Systems; vice president, Automatic Data Processing (which bought NICS); founder, Franklin Institute, Golden Eagle Motivation, and H. W. Smith and Associates
Current: Chair, Franklin Quest Company
AuthorThe 10 Natural Laws of Successful Time and Life Management: Proven Strategies for Increased Productivity and Inner Peace; Where Eagles Rest; The Advanced Day Planner User’s Guide; Excellence through Time Management
Awards: Certificate of Appreciation, Utah Federation for Drug-Free Youth; Entrepreneur of the Year, Mountain West Venture Group, 1993; Gift of Life Award; International Entrepreneur of the Year, 1993; Jessee Knight Industrial Citizenship Award; Public Service Award (AFI); Silver Beaver Award

Property St. George

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Joe Smith

Full name Joseph Benjamin Smith

Born 26 January 1928, Chelsea, Massachusetts

Spouse Dione Greenstone Smith

Children Two

Education B.A., English, Yale University

Former: U.S. Army; radio broadcaster, WMEX, Boston (among top ten air personalities, 1957 national polls); president, Warner Brothers Records (including Frank Sinatra’s Reprise label), Capitol Industries-EMI Incorporated (including Angel Records, Blue Note, EMI Latin, and Liberty Records), Home Sports Entertainment (division of Warner/Amex Cable), National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and Record Industry Association of America (Community Relations); vice president, Country Music Association; chair, Elektra/Asylum/Nonesuch Records; director, GM Records, Westwood One Productions, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and WEA Distributing Company; founder, Los Angeles Music Center, and Music Contemporary Art
Current: executive producer, World Cup Soccer Entertainment Events; board of directors, City of Hope National Medical Center, Concern Foundation, Friends of the Hebrew University, Friends of the Music Center, Magic Johnson Foundation, Neil Bogart Memorial Lab, Rhythm & Blues Foundation, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, T. J. Martell Foundation, and Technion; board of governors, California Institute of the Arts, and Cedar-Sinai Hospital; trustee, California School of Arts, Basketball Hall of Fame, and Museum of Science and Industry; advisory committee, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Music at Yale University, and President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports; consultant, Blockbuster Entertainment, and Unison Productions
AuthorOff the Record: An Oral History of Popular Music
Awards: Executive of the Year, Record Industry Promotion Association, and Radio Broadcasters; Humanitarian of the Year, City of Hope; Man of the Year, Anti-Defamation League

Motion Picture
Actor: FM; Jamboree; One Trick Pony

Property Stein Eriksen Lodge Condominiums, Deer Valley

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John Stocktonjohn stockton
Courtesy Utah Jazz

Full name John Houston Stockton

Born 26 March 1962, Spokane, Washington

Spouse Nada M. Stepovich Stockton

Children Four

Education Gonzaga University

Former: Baseball, Gonzaga University; All-WCAC honors; Academic All-American (COSIDA); All-NBA, 1988-90, 1992-93; NBA All-Defensive Team, 1989, 1991-92; NBA All-Star Team, 1989-95; NBA Steals leader 1989, 1992 (second place, all-time NBA career steals); U.S. Olympic basketball team, 1992
Current: Guard, Utah Jazz; NBA record, career assists (beating Magic Johnson and Oscar Robertson)
Awards: Gold Medal, U.S. Olympic basketball team, 1992; MVP, WCAC; co-MVP, NBA All-Star Team, 1993

Property Cottonwood, Holladay

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Marvin Traubmarvin traub
Gerardo Somoza/Outline

Full name Marvin Stuart Traub

Born 14 April 1925, New York City, New York

Spouse Lee Laufer Traub

Children Three

Education B.A., M.B.A., Harvard University

Former: U.S. Army; trainee, Macy’s, and Abraham & Straus; associate buyer, Alexander’s; manager, hosier and rug departments, Bloomingdale’s Brothers; president, Bloomingdale’s; director, Campeau Corporation, and Federated Department Stores; chair (CEO), Bloomingdale’s
Current: President, Marvin Traub Associates; board of directors, American Health Foundation, and Educational Foundation of Fashion Institute of Technology; trustee, Hospital of Joint Diseases and Medical Center, and National Jewish Hospital; adviser, Financo, Harvard University, Lincoln Center (Development), Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tobe-Coburn School for Fashion Careers, Urban Consulting Program, and Whitney Museum (Business Committee)
AuthorLike No Other Store…
Awards: Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur, L’Epingle D’or, and Order of Merit (all French); Commendatore de la Republica, Italy; Jabotinsky Medal of Israel (awarded by Menachim Begin); Purple Heart (three campaign stars)

Property Solamere Condominiums, Park City

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