SW Corner of Grant and 25th Street

 

 

Artist
Jonnie Parker Hartman

Jonnie Parker Hartman majored in Painting and Illustration and minored in Dance at the University of Utah, and she earned a Graduate Certi cate through Parsons School of Art and Design in Paris, France. In 2006 she returned to her native Ogden where she is a freelance artist, dance instructor and choreographer. Jonnie’s work includes large-scale installation art, set designs, murals and more. She won the 2006 Utah Design Star competition and a commission for the sculpture “Glide, Soar, Fly” which stands in front of Salt Lake City’s Capitol Theater. Jonnie is also a regular guest of local television’s Studio 5.

Sponsor
Jon & Telitha Greiner

Chief Jon Greiner and his wife, Telitha (formerly Lindquist) are deeply committed to making Ogden a better place to live. For 35 years, Jon served as an Ogden Police officer and was appointed Chief of Police in 1995. He earned a BS from Weber State University and an MS from Utah State University, served as an officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the Retired Reserve. He has supported our community in many capacities: as a Utah State Senator for District 18, a Governor’s appointee to the State Children’s Justice Center Executive Board and to the Utah Public Health Emergency Planning Advisory Council, a Weber State University Alumni Board President, Eccles Community Art Association member and more. Jon and Telitha’s children are Jonathan, Elyse and Jared.