General, U.S. Army (Ret.)
Brigadier General Frandsen earned a BS Degree from BYU and an MS from the US Army War College in Pennsylvania. His military duties, spanning over 35 years and sending him to over 35 countries and every state, include serving as a Commanding General of 6,500 soldiers in Utah and as Deputy Commanding General of the Maneuver Support Center, where he managed a $14.5 billion budget to train and equip over 65,000 deployed and non-deployed soldiers. He also headed a US delegation to the Kingdom of Morocco and established a Partnership for Peace initiative, served as a deputy cabinet officer to Governor Jon Huntsman Jr., and as the Military Adviser to Senator Mike Lee. Bruce and his wife Nyla have five children.
Congratulations to Bruce C. Frandsen!