Gary Miner is a business manager in the IT department of the LDS Church. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Information Technology Management from Western Governors University. Gary plays clarinet and bass clarinet in the Timpanogos Symphony and loves anything that has to do with music. He grew up listening to and playing bluegrass music with his family, and on rare occasions, can be found playing bass with the old family band. Gary is married and has four children, ranging from college-age to jr. high.
John Pew is a technical solution consultant for SAP Ariba. His career in the software industry has spanned over 30 years. He founded the Timpanogos Symphony in 2011.
Mike Laudie is a CPA with degrees in both accounting and electrical engineering who provides tax services and builds software for accountants. He plays violin in the Timpanogos Symphony. Mike enjoys playing disc golf and board games and listening to audio drama with his four children.
Secretary, Personnel Chair
Christina Hall is a nonprofit consultant with a master's degree in nonprofit management. She also owns a handmade fiber arts business. She is married and has one rowdy puppy. Christina plays the viola in the Timpanogos Symphony.
Board of Directors
Patron Relations Chair
Pam Bodtcher lives in American Fork. She has a degree in interpersonal communications. She loves working and meeting new people in several nonprofit organizations she is associated with. She is married and has 7 children and 12 grandchildren.
Concert Logistics Chair
Mary Busath is a retired independent businesswoman having spent 25 years as a cosmetologist in Silicon Valley. She spent three years in China with her family before moving to Utah. Mary is married and has four children.
Brad Freestone is an optometrist who works at the Veteran's Administration Hospital. He specializes in Low Vision, the rehabilitation of vision lost from eye diseases. Brad plays French Horn in the Timpanogos Symphony.
Resource Development Chair
Rachel is a homemaker with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. She is married with four children. She loves reading, music, activities with her family, and just about anything you can do outside. Rachel plays cello in the Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra.
Heidi Rodeback is a frequent accompanist and ensemble artist on the Utah Valley music scene. Certified as a Colleague in the American Guild of Organists, she teaches piano and organ and freelances as an accompanist. She earned a B.A. in Russian literature from Brigham Young University and completed post-graduate work at the Colby College Piano Institute. Active in civic life, Heidi has served two terms on the American Fork City Council and currently chairs the American Fork Library Board of Trustees.
Lori has worked in Professional Opera as an educator and facilitator with Utah Opera and Arizona Opera, on stage as a Mezzo-Soprano in Opera, Classical Oratorio, Jazz, and Musical Theater in Washington, D.C., Utah, California, Arizona, and China. With over 25 years experience in Arts and Alternative Education, she has crafted her life around the idea that the most important work we can do is create powerful experiences for ourselves and those around us.