Richard L. Jenson

1530 N. 1600 E.

Logan, UT  84341



Comments from 2001:

I served an LDS mission in Germany-Duesseldorf shortly after my OHS graduation.  I married Carol Daniels (OHS 72) in 1975 and graduated from Weber State in 1977 with a BA in Accounting.  I worked as a CPA in public accounting practice for 6 years and for one year as a financial analyst for McKay-Dee Hospital.  After the later experience I decided to attend graduate school.  I completed my Ph.D in Accounting in 1987 and joined the Utah State University School of Accountancy faculty that same year.  I have been at USU for 14 years teaching and researching in the area of accounting information systems.  I was promoted to Full Professor in 1999.  I currently serve as Director of Graduate Accounting Programs and Associate Department Head.

Carol and I have three children and one grandchild.  Lane (23) just graduated from USU and took a job as a technical writer for a software manufacturer in Kansas City.  He and his wife have on child, our only grandson Dylan (2).  They just moved and we miss them a lot.  Melissa (21) was recently married and lives in Provo while she and her husband attend BYU.  Caitlyn (13) is our only child still at home but she does her best to fill the void left by the older two.  She is quite the sports fanatic and keeps her dad company at all the Aggie games.



Comments from 1991:

After serving a mission in Germany, I graduated from Weber State with an accounting degree. I spent six years as a CPA in public accounting with Wiggins & Co., and one year as a financial analyst for McKay-Dee Hospital. I received my Ph.D. in accounting from the University of Utah in 1988. Presently, I am on the accounting faculty at Utah State. My wife is Carol Daniels (OHS, 1972). We have three children, Lane (13), Melissa (11), and Caitlin (3).