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Kenneth Leslie Neal Edit Profile

consultant , researcher , State official

Kenneth Leslie Neal, Australian state official, consultant, researcher. Certified school administrator, media and secondary education teacher, education specialist 1972. Decorated Legion of Merit.

Background

Neal, Kenneth Leslie was born on May 20, 1928 in Perth, Australia. Arrived in United States, 1949, naturalized, 1954. Son of Walter John and Miriam (Bateman) Neal.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Utah, 1957. Master of Science, University Utah, 1968.

Career

Teacher West High School, Salt Lake City, 1957—1965. Media specialist Salt Lake City School District, 1965—1974. With media utilization department Utah State Office Education, 1974—1982, media coordinator, since 1982.

Consultant Bailey Films, Los Angeles, 1968—1974, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 1984. Lecturer University Utah, Salt Lake City, 1972—1978. Served to colonel United States Army, 1950-1952.

Achievements

  • Certified school administrator, media and secondary education teacher, education specialist 1972.

Membership

President Utah Employees Association, 1981—1982. Bishop Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Salt Lake City, 1968—1970, state president, 1974—1980. Member of Reserve Officers Association, Association Education Communication and Technology, National Association State Media Professionals (national board directors 1983-1984), Utah Education Media Association (president 1976).

Connections

Married Rosa Elizabeth Newsome, October 9, 1952. Children: Rosemary Ann, Karen Joy, Betty Miriam, Leslie Kay, Nancy Jean.

father:
Walter John Neal

mother:
Miriam (Bateman) Neal

spouse:
Rosa Elizabeth Newsome

children:
Rosemary Ann Neal

Karen Joy Neal

Betty Miriam Neal

Leslie Kay Neal

Nancy Jean Neal