Alan is currently working as a developer in the FamilySearch Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  He spends his days developing the app “Family Tree” for Android devices. He is currently serving as the ward mission leader.


Michelene is working as a reading tutor at Waterford School. She is also busy being Second Counselor in the Relief Society Presidency. Hobbies still include crocheting and learning Spanish.

Loren & Anne

Loren and Anne are the proud parents of Kenyon and Emmeline. Loren graduated with a PhD in psychology from BYU in 2015. He is currently working at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, in their Counseling and Psychological Services.

Anne has been busy teaching and raising their children. She is glad to be back close to family after living in South Bend, Indiana for the past year as Loren did his internship at Notre Dame University.

Kenyon is 4 years old, very smart and somewhat mischievous. His current goals are learning to stay in bed and becoming potty trained.

Emmy is 16 months old and very cute and kissable. She has learned to say the word “up” and we anticipate rapid growth in her vocabulary!


Phillip received his Masters Degree in Creative Writing from Oregon State University June 2014. He then taught writing for a year at Oregon State and is currently working there as an editor of their agricultural publication.


Tess is recently married to Trevor Sudweeks. They have moved down to Glendale Arizona where Trevor has started medical school at Midwestern University. After working in an optometry office, Tess has returned to teaching, this time at a charter school in Glendale teaching second grade.


Madeleine lives in San Diego, where she is working for San Diego State University as a Learning Specialist. She works with (mentors) “at risk” student athletes. She is excited to be starting a new “chapter” of her life and meeting and making new friends.


Elliot returned from his mission to Cusco Peru last May. He worked all summer for a company called Liberty Mountain and is now back at BYU where he will be going to school full time and trying to decide what he wants to be when he grows up. He has missed all things BYU – especially the sports, and pretty much can’t wait for the first football game!


Clark graduated from Waterford School this past June and is currently serving an LDS mission in Dallas Texas – Spanish speaking. He loved the MTC, but is excited to get out into the field and start the real mission experience. He would love to hear from anyone who wants to write!