Bryan & Jill Judd
Bryan was born and raised in Coalville, Utah. Jill was born in Ogden and her family moved back to Morgan when she was 4. After marrying, they have resided in Morgan raising 4 boys T.J., Wesley, Jared, and Garrett. They are blessed with 9 Grandkids ranging from age of 17 to 2 years old. (Which they are the greatest reward for not killing any of her boys while raising them.)
Bryan and Jill enjoy volunteering in the community. He has been a member of the Morgan Lions Club or 23 years and has served as Lion President for 3 yrs. He was chairman of Morgala Days rodeo for 15 years, which currently he is one of the chairmen for the Lions truck pull s. He has also volunteered with the Fair Rodeo alongside Marion Lott for 10 years. This involved Jill with helping in the hamburger booth keeping all you hungry spectators full of rodeo burgers and sodas.
When the revamping/expanding of the rodeo arena was needed at the County Fair Grounds, Bryan had a major hand in design and rebuilding the shoot ‘s, pens, and stadium seats. Many groups have benefit from the remodel. Many hours were put into this project.
Bryan enjoys the outdoors, he volunteers to help a couple cow ranchers in the spring to help them bring in their herd off the desert every May for the past 25 years. He loves taking his kids and grandkids in the hills on his family land to fence. Stand it up in the spring and lay it down in the fall, with hours of repair and maintenance in between.
Jill is a member of a local service group “Tykonis”. You can find her in the cotton candy booth at the fair, for a fundraiser to support this group. ” It’s so fun to see young ones faces light up when you hand them that big fluff of blue or pink sugar!” She also served as an assistant to the Fair Board Chairman (Brenda Crossley) for 10 years.
Bryan has always loved the Dirt he has worked for the Operating Engineers Union and ran heavy equipment for 15 years and has had one retirement already with Questar (Dominion) for 23 years. Jill has worked in the dental field for 30 years. She currently works for an Oral Surgeon (Greg A. Roberts) in S. Ogden. It’s another way that she has enjoyed helping and providing a service for others.
Both of them were raised around the sheep/farming business, which has taught them good work ethics. And they have been able to share this experience with their boys as well, teaching them good work values.
They love to be with their family, camping, ranger/razor riding, holidays and birthday parties. The have enjoyed Motorcycle’s the past 10 years, with each of them riding their own the last 8 of the 10 years. Taking road trips as far as into Canada or south to Yuma Arizona.