Judy Lunt is a proud native Texan, born and raised in Vidor, Texas. She was raised as a young girl on a dairy farm where she learned the ethics of hard work and long days. Judy attended college at BYU and Lamar University where she studied Special Education. She and her husband were married in the Provo Temple in July of 1974. Judy manages to keep herself busy each day with duties that include Relief Society President, manager and part owner of the Dental Assistant Training School in San Antonio, and is a collections and billing manager for a professional office. Judy has served in several callings in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including at the San Antonio Texas Temple. Judy is a member of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. Judy loves raising chickens, cooking for her family, playing games around the dinner table, clearing land, being in the country, and scrapbooking. Judy also collects buttons from around the world. Judy loves piecing quilts. Her replica of the Abraham Lincoln quilt has been shown at the Winter Quarters Quilt Show. Most of all is her love for her family and helping them to love family history. She loves her ancestors and it is well known that they love her.
My husband Scott and I live in Omaha, NE. We have four children. I am the Public Affairs Advisor for the Historical Pioneer Research Group (HPRG). I also serve as a Field Genealogist for the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). I love family history and have been involved in many ways for about 20 years.
Sherry has served as a Stake Family History & Temple Consultant in San Antonio since March 2016, Stake Indexing director since October 2016. She has been an avid genealogist for over 40 + years with a servant’s heart.
Kory England is a genealogy researcher dedicated to helping others discover their family history. Kory is a US Army Disabled Veteran and has a background in programming, managing IT department, and computer networks. He has been doing genealogy research for over 25 years and since his retirement, over 5 years ago, he has been working as a genealogy researcher and exploring his artistic abilities. He teaches genealogy classes in the San Antonio area and continues to help others whenever possible.
Nancy's interest in History started when she was very young and started helping her Father research his family. They are Native American and he wanted to write a story about his Great Grandfather who was the first governor elected by the Chick-asaw Tribe. And this was all before computers!! She was born in McAllen, Texas but has lived all over the world before she moved to Boerne where she has lived for 45 years. She has seven (7) children and most of them have heard all the stories she tells about history and genealogy. Nancy is a member of the Chickasaw Nation and presently is the Chairman of the Chickasaw Council of South Texas. She helps those of all tribes to trace their ancestry in this area. She will give you tips on where to look for information. She will show you what to look for and why there is a lot more documents about the Native Americans than what people think. You will want to be a part of the Native American tribes when you hear what she has to say! Nancy was President of the Genealogy Society of Kendall County for several years and was instrumental in the partnership of that group and the LDS group in Boerne. She invites all to come by their library in Boerne and let her group help you with your research; especially if you think you might have an Indian in your family!
Cynthia M. Kennedy is a member of the San Antonio Genealogical and Historical Society. She is a graduate of the National Genealogical Society’s American Genealogy course and a graduate of ProGen 22. She is a certificate-holder in Boston University's Genealogical Research program and Excelsior College's Genetic Genealogy (DNA) program.
Julia B. George, PhD, a retired University professor, has researched her families’ genealogy for over twenty years and conducts small pro bono projects for others. She has attended multiple courses at the IGHR and SLIG as well as participated as both a student and coordinator or leader in PROGEN and Mastering Genealogical Proof groups. She is a member of multiple genealogical societies, including the San Antonio Genealogical and Historical Society where she volunteers as librarian, indexer, and a member of the education and publication committees. She enjoys sharing her genealogical knowledge with others.
Brityn was born in Arizona, proudly descended from 150 years of real cowboys. She has moved dozens of times since, living in seven states and two foreign countries. She is currently a member of the High Country Ward in the San Antonio East Stake. Brityn earned a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in Library and Information Science with an emphasis in Cultural Heritage Information Management from Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. Her first two library jobs were at the Virginia Historical Society Library and then the Oklahoma Historical Society Library, both catering to a large genealogical patronage. Ironically, Brityn didn’t become passionate about her own family history until two years ago when she was asked to illustrate a 45-page children’s book about her ancestors for a large family reunion. Since living in San Antonio she has enjoyed instructing classes on archives research.
Jonathan Clark is a native Bostonian, a Red Sox fan and an avid golfer who has been known to golf during a hurricane. He loves to snow ski, explore mountain trails, climb through caves, snorkel in the ocean, eat good food and relax with his wife and boys. He is the department chairman and an associate professor of management at The University of Texas at San Antonio. He joined the faculty there in 2015 after spending five years on the faculty at Penn State University in State College, PA; where he served at the executive director of the Master of Health Administration program. He holds a Ph.D. in Health Policy/Management from Harvard Business School and a master’s degree from the Harvard School of Public Health. He received his bachelors in economics from Boston College. Jonathan Clark currently serves as first counselor in the San Antonio Texas Stake Presidency.