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NSL resident called to LDS Sunday School
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David M. McConkie
David M. McConkie
SALT LAKE CITY—Among LDS Church leaders called to positions of authority at last weekend’s General Conference was David M. McConkie, called to serve in the church’s Sunday School General Presidency

McConkie, a North Salt Lake resident, most recently served as a stake president. Previous church service includes serving as a counselor in a stake presidency, on a high council, and as a bishop.

McConkie is an attorney practicing law at a Salt Lake City-based law firm. He received his law degree from the University of Utah. McConkie’s wife’s name is JoAnne.

Page retiring from bench in September

FARMINGTON —Second District Judge Rodney S. Page is retiring effective Sept. 1.

Page was appointed to the bench by former Gov. Scott M. Matheson, in 1984 while he was serving as the Davis County Attorney. He has served as the 2nd District Court’s top presiding judge twice.

Page graduated from the University of Utah in 1969 and was a partner in the law firm of Hess, Van Wagensen and Page before becoming Davis County attorney.

He is a past member of the Utah Judicial Council and the Board of District Court Judges. Page is a past member of the Judicial Performance Evaluation Committee and the Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Criminal Procedure.
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