In the Spotlight
April 1997

“In the Spotlight,” Ensign, Apr. 1997, 69

In the Spotlight

  • Julie A. Barrus of the Alma 13th Ward, Mesa Arizona West Stake, was elected to serve on the board of directors of the National Science Teachers Association. She was also recently honored as 1996 Charro Teacher of the Year at Kiva Elementary School. She serves as a stake missionary.

  • Robert A. Mills of the Odenton Ward, Annapolis Maryland Stake, has been awarded the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement to honor his efforts as lead evaluator of several government cryptographic products. The medal is one of the highest civilian awards in the intelligence field. He works as a mathematician at the National Security Agency.

  • Glendon Johnson has been given the Silver Medallion Award by the National Conference of Christians and Jews for his outstanding community service. He has been involved in Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, and the National Negro College Fund Drive. As chief executive officer and president of a financial corporation, he encourages his employees to volunteer. He serves as a high councilor in the Homestead Florida Stake.