1995
In the Spotlight

“In the Spotlight,” Ensign, June 1995, 70

In the Spotlight

  • Rodney M. Atack, a colonel in the United States Army, is the recipient of the John W. Macy Jr. Award for Outstanding Leadership of Army Civilians. Brother Atack serves as second counselor in the Silver Spring Maryland Stake presidency and is director of the Army Audiology and Speech Center at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

  • Chief meteorologist for CBS affiliate WCCO-TV in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mike Fairbourne returned from this year’s International Weather Forecasters Festival in France with the first-place trophy. Brother Fairbourne, who is stake clerk in the Minneapolis Minnesota Stake, was one of four meteorologists from the United States invited to the festival.

  • Dean A. Wright, director of food services at Utah State University, has been voted president-elect of the National Association of College and University Food Services. A high councilor in the Logan Utah Central Stake, Brother Wright was also honored with the association’s Lichtenfelt Award for outstanding service during the annual conference held in Kansas City, Missouri.

  • Betty J. Sorensen was recently reelected chairman of the Alberta Municipal Association for Culture for a second term. Sister Sorensen, a Gospel Doctrine teacher in the Medicine Hat Third Ward, Taber Alberta Stake, helped found the organization of representatives from allied arts councils and others in Alberta who are interested in culture and the arts.