Board

Brent Crane, a graduate of Brigham Young University, has served on many civic and community boards and committees, including the Provo/Orem Chamber of Commerce, Springville City Volunteer Commission and the Provo Downtown Alliance. Brent has served as the Executive Director of the Friends of the Coalition since 1993. His leadership and vision has directly led to the overall growth and success of the organization. His greatest satisfaction is knowing that individually and collectively, we can greatly improve the lives of those less fortunate. He and his wife Shellie reside in Mapleton with their 4 children.

Janet Peterson has served on the Food & Care Coalition board since 2005.  She is a family law attorney and a legal writing instructor at Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Provo. She received an English degree from Brigham Young University and a JD from Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School. She has served as a law clerk for the Fourth District Court and the Office of the Guardian ad Litem.  She has also served as a child advocate for the Children’s Justice Center.  She and her husband David reside in Provo.

Stephen Mayfield joined the board for the Food & Care Coalition in 2014.  He is a a business, tax and estate planning attorney, whose practice includes corporate law, commercial transactions, taxation, asset protection and trust and probate administration.  He received a BA from the University of Utah, a JD from Chicago-Kent College of Law (The Illinois Institute of Technology) and a LLM (Master of Laws) in Taxation from Denver University.  Stephen has been married to his wife Mati for 16 years and has three children.

 

 

 

Don Oldham retired as founder & CEO of Digital Technology International -a software company that provides publishing systems to newspapers worldwide. He is founder & Chairman of the Board of Liberty Press, a nationwide printer of directories, catalogs, guides, & educational publications.  He is the owner and manager of Airgyro Aviation, and owns a website for outdoor activities. Don is a board member of the South German Mission Foundation, which provides translation and publishing of LDS materials in German. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a BA in English. He and his wife Leslie have 7 children and 19 grandchildren. 

 

 

Ricky Monroe is a Graduate of Utah State University with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting.  He has been in the Banking industry since 1990 including 13 years with Bank of America, NA.  Currently, Ricky is Senior Vice President and Senior Credit Officer for Rock Canyon Bank.  In 2009, he graduated from the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington and returned the following year as an Associate Director.   He enjoys spending time with family, anything Disney, watching his daughters dance and son play basketball, and serving in his church and community.  Ricky and his wife, Cheralyn, live in Spanish Fork and have 3 children.  

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On Saturday, December 6th, local musician, Lyle Hadlock presents a festive night of inspiring music.  Hope chests made by local craftsmen will be on display at the NuSkin Innovation Center.  The public is invited to view them from November 25th through the evening of December 6th and enter silent bids.  Winning bids for the chests will be awarded at the conclusion of the concert.

Proceeds will benefit the Food & Care Coalition, which serves the homeless and low-income of Utah Valley.  Tickets will go on sale soon, so keep watching so you can guarantee seating.

  • Event: Benefit Concert featuring Lyle Hadlock
  • Date: Saturday, December 6th
  • Time: 7:00 PM
  • Location: NuSkin Innovation Center in Provo