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2014 Carmen Freeman

2014    CARMEN FREEMAN (1972)

Accountant, business administrator and civic leader

He has worked as an accountant, business administrator and paralegal   

Vice President and member of the Jordan School District Board of Education

Member of the Board of the Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation

Mayor of Herriman City

Treasurer and Executive Board Member of the Utah League of Cities and Towns

Member of the Board of Directors of the Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake

A miner in the early days of Bingham Canyon, who struck it rich was said to have struck pay dirt. Those miners would take a mule, shovel, pick and dynamite along with a drill bit and double jack and work hundreds of hours drilling, blasting and shoveling. With a combination of hard work and little bit of luck a miner might find a rich vein of gold silver of copper ore. This was “dirt” that paid him money or pay dirt. Striking pay dirt symbolizes a successful miner. Because of this, Bingham High School’s Hall of Fame is called the Pay Dirt Club. Craig Burton (Class of 1969) and Carmen Freeman (Class of 1972) were formally inducted into the Bingham High School Pay Dirt Club at the homecoming assembly on September 16, 2014.
Carmen Freeman grew up in Herriman where he has lived 55 of his 60 years. He attended Bingham High School when the school was in Copperton and graduated in 1972. While at Bingham High he developed attributes skills that would serve him well for the rest of his life. He continued his education at Brigham Young University where in 1980 he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management with a minor in Accounting and Economics. He has since worked for over 34 years as an accountant, business administrator and paralegal.
He was elected to the Board of Education for the Jordan School District in 2008 during a season of extreme fiscal and political difficulty. He has also worked on the Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation Board assisting in the planning and development of property for public use.
In 2013 he was elected as mayor of Herriman City and currently serves in this position. As mayor he works on a number of boards and committees in relation to this appointment.
In addition to his public service, Mr. Freeman has served in church leadership capacities as a stake president and others during a time of unprecedented growth in the Herriman area. He also served a LDS Mission to the Alaska-British Columbia Mission. He enjoys running, hiking, serving others and spending time with his family. He married the love of his live, Madeline in 1976. They are the proud parents of five children and grandparents of ten grandchildren

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2014 Carmen Freeman