Members, we need your help! Delegates who will represent UAD at the upcoming NAD Conference in Orlando, June 29th through July 3rd are Kim Lucas, President; Ryan Layton; Treasurer; and Martin Price, Board Member. They want to know which priorities you feel that UAD should support for NAD to work on in the next
Here’s an update from NAD about their July 2022 Conference in Orlando, FL. Do you have any plans for July 1-3, 9 AM – 4:30 PM? Are you in or near Orlando, Florida? Come check out the Exhibit Hall at the Hyatt Regency Orlando hotel! We’ve got a great line up of exhibitors (and more
As President of Utah Association of the Deaf (UAD), I am calling for a general meeting as prescribed by UAD Bylaws. The purpose of general meeting is to share the vision of UAD for the next two years and to elect the delegates to NAD Conference this summer. Please come and join us. Date: Wednesday,
UAD President's Corner
Members, we need your help! Delegates who will represent UAD at the upcoming NAD Conference in Orlando, June 29th through July 3rd are Kim Lucas, President; Ryan Layton; Treasurer; and Martin Price, Board Member. They want to know which priorities you feel that UAD should support for NAD to work on in the next two years. The delegates will discuss and vote on which 5 priorities out of all 17 proposed priorities.
Use the Google Slides viewer below to watch all 17 proposals in ASL, or visit NAD’s website to read them in English.
Once you’re ready to vote on which 5 of them you’d like to see NAD work on for the next 2 years, click/tap here or scroll down to the end of this page to the poll. Don’t forget to click or tap on the ‘Vote’ button to submit your votes!
UAD will work on getting your choices approved by the entire Council of Representatives at the conference.
Next month’s UAD Bulletin (July) will feature which 5 priorities have been decided on along with other news from NAD Conference.
August 17, 1941 – March 28, 2023 Lynn Glen Losee, 81, passed away on March 28, 2023, after an incredible life of teaching people how to truly hear themselves and others. He was a loving husband, father, brother, and friend who will be deeply missed. He was born in Delta, Utah to Ruth and Glen
1940 – March 15, 2023 Holladay, UT I was born to two wonderful and loving parents, Wayne and Georgie Mae Stewart. I have so many fond memories growing up of my parents. The way they cared for me and taught me what was important in life. I also have wonderful memories of the times my
April 4, 1940 – February 19, 2023 In loving memory of Robert G. Kerr: Born April 16, 1940 to Elmer & Leola Kerr, passed away peacefully February 19, 2023 at 10:41 am.Robert grew up in Tooele, Utah. He graduated from Utah School for the Deaf in Ogden, Utah in 1959; where he played basketball and
August 6, 1927 – November 19, 2022 Samuel and Helen Cory celebrated the birth of their first child, Jane, near Kina, Hawaii on August 6, 1927. Jane’s parents later divorced, and Jane and Helen moved to the mainland. About this time, Jane’s doctor discovered that she had been born deaf. Helen later met and married
September 20, 1927 – October 3, 2022 Olive Carol Boren Masich peacefully passed away into the arms of her loving husband, Steve R. Masich, on October 3, 2022. Carol was born on September 20, 1927 to Gilbert Reed and Olive McBride Boren in Helper, Utah. At the age of 22 months she lost her hearing