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					STATE OF UTAH
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
DIVISION OF OCCUPATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LICENSING

                                                                       NEWSLETTER

                                                                         July 1, 2007

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The following actions have been taken by the Division following hearings conducted before an Administrative Law Judge and the
respective Licensing Committees or Boards or have been entered by Stipulation or Memorandum of Understanding from April 1, 2007
- June 30, 2007.
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PHYSICIANS/SURGEONS

AUNE, David L., MD
Sandy, Utah
Amended Order:                                             The probationary condition requiring Respondent to only receive prescriptions from
                                                           one prescribing practitioner was amended to allow Respondent to receive all mood-
                                                           altering prescriptions from one prescribing practitioner and all other medications
                                                           from another prescribing practitioner.
Date:                                                      April 30, 2007

CURTIS, Glade B., MD
Salt Lake City, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                                       The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was
                                                           terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges. Respondent was also
                                                           granted permission to reapply for a license to administer and prescribe controlled
                                                           substances and is required to complete all requirements for that type of license.
Date:                                                      June 18, 2007

HEWITT, Lance Oliver, MD
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                                           Respondent failed to comply with conditions that existed on his licenses.
Order:                                                     Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon
                                                           and to administer and prescribe controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply
                                                           for licensure for a period of five years.
Date:                                                      May 23, 2007

NICHOLAS, W. Channing, MD
State College, Pennsylvania
Cause of Action:                                           In October 2006 Respondent's license to practice as a physician was disciplined by
                                                           the Pennsylvania Board of Medicine due to issues related to an addictive disease.
Order:                                                     Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon
                                                           and to administer and prescribe controlled substances in Utah. Respondent may not
                                                           reapply for the physician/surgeon license until such time that the Division and Board
                                                           determine Respondent is capable of safely practicing medicine. Respondent may not
                                                           reapply for the controlled substance license until such time as his DEA registration is
                                                           reinstated and the Division/Board have determined that Respondent is capable of
                                                           safely practicing medicine and prescribing/administering controlled substances.
Date:                                                      April 19, 2007




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PHYSICIANS/SURGEONS - continued

PACK, Steven Richard, MD
Alpine, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent failed to maintain controls over controlled substances which would be
                                         considered by a prudent practitioner to be effective against diversion, theft or
                                         shortage of controlled substances and was unable to account for shortages of
                                         controlled substances in his office inventory.
Order:                                   Respondent's license to practice as a physician/surgeon was suspended with a stay of
                                         enforcement on the suspension. Said license is placed on probation for five years
                                         with conditions. Respondent's license to administer and prescribe controlled
                                         substances was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said
                                         controlled substance license is suspended until such time as conditions outlined in
                                         the Order have been successfully completed. Following the period of suspension,
                                         said controlled substance license will be placed on probation with conditions to run
                                         concurrent with the probationary period on Respondent's license to practice as a
                                         physician/surgeon.
Date:                                     June 15, 2007

STACK, Warren R., MD
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent has engaged in actions that constitute an immediate and significant
                                         danger to the public health, safety and welfare.
Emergency Order:                         Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and
                                         prescribe controlled substances were suspended until further order of the Division.
Date:                                    May 25, 2007
WYATT, Paul Wade, MD
Lewiston, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent had disciplinary action taken against his medical license in Wyoming in
                                         June 2006 and corrective action taken in Minnesota in December 2004.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   Licenses to practice as a physician/surgeon and to administer and prescribe
                                         controlled substances were issued to Respondent with an indefinite restriction in
                                         which Respondent is restricted to the practice of medical opthalmology. Respondent
                                         shall not perform or assist in the performance of any surgical or invasive procedure
                                         of any kind outside of the practice of medical opthalmology.
Date:                                    May 9, 2007
DENTISTS/DENTAL HYGIENISTS

DAY, John W.
Herriman, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a dentist was terminated and
                                         said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                                    June 18, 2007

ELDRIDGE, Peter Rhodes
Sandy, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as a dentist and to administer and
                                         prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said licenses were reinstated with
                                         full privileges.
Date:                                    June 26, 2007

HADLOCK, Richard Alton
Sandy, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's licenses to practice as a dentist and to administer and
                                         prescribe controlled substances was terminated and said licenses were reinstated with
                                         full privileges.
Date:                                    June 18, 2007

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DENTISTS/DENTAL HYGIENISTS - continued

MCCOMBS, Kathleen
Salt Lake City, Utah
Amended Order:                     Respondent's license to practice as a dentist with a Class I anesthesia was upgraded
                                   to a Class III anesthesia permit. Said upgraded license will continue on probation
                                   and is subject to the conditions and restrictions identified in the March 29, 2004
                                   Stipulation and Order.
Date:                              May 24, 2007

REGISTERED NURSES/ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES

ALLEMAN, Anjanette
Springville, Utah
Cause of Action:                   Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct by accepting money from a patient
                                   who was under her care.
Order:                             Respondent was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within 90 days. Respondent's license to
                                   practice as a registered nurse was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the
                                   revocation. Said license was placed on probation for five years with conditions and
                                   restrictions.
Date:                              May 24, 2007

BAIR, Pauline
Centerville, Utah
Cause of Action:                   Respondent failed to renew her RN license and continued to work after the license
                                   expired on January 31, 2007.
Order:                             Respondent was given a public reprimand and ordered to pay a $500 fine within 90
                                   days.
Date:                              April 13, 2007

BATEMAN, Tricia Lynn (Kimball)
South Jordan, Utah
Cause of Action:                   Respondent has used drugs to the extent that said drug use might reasonably be
                                   considered to impair her ability to safely engage in the practice of nursing.
Order:                             Respondent was ordered to pay a $500 fine within 90 days. Respondent's license to
                                   practice as a registered nurse was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the
                                   revocation. Said license was placed on probation for five years with conditions and
                                   restrictions.
Date:                              May 2, 2007

BREWER, Theresa Lynn
Price, Utah
Amended Order:                     The probationary conditions restricting Respondent's access to controlled substances
                                   and restricting Respondent from contacting by telephone or other manner any
                                   pharmacy or drug supplier were terminated.
Date:                              April 2, 2007
Amended Order:                     The probationary condition requiring Respondent to practice only under the on-site
                                   supervision of a registered nurse in good standing with the Division or a licensed
                                   physician in good standing with the Division was amended to allow her to practice
                                   under the general supervision of a registered nurse licensed in good standing with the
                                   Division if Respondent is employed by the College of Eastern Utah to work in their
                                   certified nurse assistant program as a skills tester. Should Respondent work as a
                                   nurse for any other employer in any other capacity, the existing on-site direct
                                   supervision requirement would apply.
Date:                              June 26, 2007




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REGISTERED NURSES/ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES - continued

CAIMI, Cathy Jeanette
Herriman, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Respondent continued to practice as a registered nurse after her license had expired
                                 on January 31, 2007.
Order:                           Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct and ordered to pay a
                                 $500 fine within 90 days.
Date:                            June 26, 2007

CALL, Alan F.
Bountiful, Utah
Reinstatement Order:             The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a registered nurse was
                                 terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                            June 21, 2007

CAMPBELL, Blaine G.
APRN
Midvale, Utah
Amended Order:                   The probationary condition requiring Respondent to participate in a treatment
                                 program or therapy was terminated.
Date:                            April 13, 2007

CAMPBELL, Shelly L.
Sandy, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Respondent continued to practice as a registered nurse after her license expired on
                                 January 31, 2007.
Order:                           Respondent was given a public reprimand and ordered to pay a $500 fine within 90
                                 days.
Date:                            June 19, 2007

CHRISTENSEN, Leslie Karen
Roy, Utah
Amended Order:                   The probationary condition requiring Respondent to participate in therapy and
                                 aftercare was terminated.
Date:                            June 26, 2007

COPELAND, Susan Joy
Moab, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Between January and October 2006 Respondent failed to document the
                                 administration of and wastage of injectable morphine sulfate to the majority of
                                 patient's seen in Respondent's employer's emergency room and the medical/surgical
                                 unit who were administered the medication by Respondent.
Order:                           Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct. Respondent was
                                 also ordered to pay a $250 fine within 90 days and required to complete continuing
                                 professional education courses within six months.
Date:                            April 19, 2007
FIVAS, Heather Dawn
West Jordan, Utah
Cause of Action:                 On several occasions between January 2007 and May 2007 Respondent signed her
                                 name on medical documents in her employment as "H Fivas, RN" when she is not
                                 currently licensed as a registered nurse.
Order:                           Respondent was ordered to pay a fine of $150 within one year. Respondent was also
                                 ordered to cease and desist from engaging in the practice of nursing in Utah until
                                 Respondent is properly licensed to do so. Respondent shall also not sign medical
                                 documents representing herself as a nurse until she is properly licensed to do so.
Date:                            May 9, 2007

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REGISTERED NURSES/ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES - continued

MACK, Sherry Kaye
Sandy, Utah
Amended Order:                   The probationary condition requiring Respondent to practice only under the on-site
                                 supervision of a registered nurse in good standing with the Division or a licensed
                                 physician in good standing with the Division was amended to allow her to practice
                                 under the general supervision of a registered nurse licensed in good standing with the
                                 Division if Respondent is employed by Salt Lake Community College to work in
                                 their certified nurse assistant program as a skills tester and in the skills lab. Should
                                 Respondent work as a nurse for any other employer in any other capacity, the
                                 existing on-site direct supervision requirement would apply. The probationary
                                 condition requiring Respondent to fill prescriptions at only one pharmacy was also
                                 amended to allow Respondent to fill prescriptions at two separate pharmacies.
Date:                            June 26, 2007

MERRYWEATHER, Susan B.
Brigham City, Utah
Amended Order:                   The probationary condition restricting Respondent's access to controlled substances
                                 was terminated.
Date:                            June 26, 2007

ROONEY, Ann
Salt Lake City, Utah
Amended Order:                   The probationary condition restricting Respondent's access to controlled substances
                                 was terminated.
Date:                            June 26, 2007

STONE, Nancy M.
Harrisville, Utah
Amended Order:                   The probationary condition restricting Respondent to practicing only under the on-
                                 site supervision of a registered nurse in good standing with the Division or a licensed
                                 physician in good standing with the Division was amended to require Respondent to
                                 practice only under the on-site supervision of a NURSE in good standing with the
                                 Division or a licensed physician in good standing with the Division.
Date:                            April 13, 2007


WOOD, Bonnie Dean
Eden, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Respondent continued to work as a registered nurse after her license had expired on
                                 January 31, 2007.
Order:                           Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct. Respondent was
                                 also ordered to pay a $500 fine within 90 days.
Date:                            May 10, 2007

ZITTING, Douglas Brent
West Jordan, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Respondent failed to comply with disciplinary conditions that existed on his license
                                 to practice as a registered nurse.
Order:                           Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a registered nurse.
                                 Respondent may not reapply for a nursing license for a period of five years from the
                                 Order date.
Date:                            May 7, 2007




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LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES

BARRATT, Laurie Kaye
American Fork, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent violated probationary conditions that existed on her license.
Order:                                   Respondent voluntarily surrendered her license to practice as a licensed practical
                                         nurse. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a nurse for a period of five years.
Date:                                    April 24, 2007

BULLOCH, Christine Ashby
Cedar City, Utah
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition restricting Respondent from passing patient medications
                                         until she has completed a pharmacology course was terminated.
Date:                                    June 28, 2007

CARTER, Karen B.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                         In February 2007 Respondent tested positive for controlled substances for which she
                                         did not possess a valid prescription for any of the drugs.
Order:                                   Respondent was ordered to pay a $500 fine within one year. Respondent's license to
                                         practice as a licensed practical nurse was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the
                                         revocation. Said license was placed on probation for five years with conditions and
                                         restrictions.
Date:                                    June 7, 2007

ERICKSON, Nickie Lee
Taylorsville, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent failed to comply with probationary conditions that existed on her
                                         license. In December 2006 Respondent also failed to notify an employer of the
                                         disciplinary suspension which existed on her license.
Order:                                   Respondent's license to practice as a licensed practical nurse was revoked for a
                                         period of not less than five years.
Date:                                    April 13, 2007

JASMER, Dustin Chase
Clearfield, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct prior to submitting an application for
                                         licensure.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   A license to practice as a licensed practical nurse was issued and said license was
                                         placed on probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date:                                    April 12, 2007
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition requiring Respondent to participate in a professional
                                         support group was amended to allow him to attend either NA or AA meetings in lieu
                                         of the professional support group meeting. Respondent shall attend a least one
                                         NA/AA meeting per week for a total of four NA/AA meetings per month.
Date:                                    June 26, 2007

MALOY, Carmen Marie
Orem, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent has an opiate dependency problem that, if left untreated, may
                                         demonstrate her unsupervised practice of nursing could be a risk to the safety of the
                                         public.
Order:                                   Respondent was ordered to pay a $500 fine within 90 days. Respondent's license to
                                         practice as a licensed practical nurse was revoked with a stay of enforcement on the
                                         revocation. Said license was placed on probation for five years with conditions and
                                         restrictions.
Date:                                    May 3, 2007

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LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES - continued

VEATCH, Lorie Lee
Layton, Utah
Cause of Action:                             Respondent violated probationary conditions that existed on her license by
                                             consuming wine prior to meeting with Division personnel to review her Stipulation
                                             and Order.
Order:                                       Respondent was given a public reprimand for the above conduct. Respondent is also
                                             to remain subject to the provisions of the Division's Stipulation and Order in Case
                                             No. DOPL-2007-25.
Date:                                        April 10, 2007
WANOUS, Janie Diane
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                       Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct prior to submitting an application for
                                       licensure and her nursing license in Oregon was subject to disciplinary action in
                                       September 2000.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order: Upon successfully passing the NCLEX-PN examination, a license to practice as a
                                       licensed practical nurse will be issued to Respondent. Said license will be placed on
                                       probation for five years with conditions and restrictions.
Date:                                  April 13, 2007
PHARMACISTS/PHARMACY TECHNICIANS/PHARMACIES

AMMON, James Vaughn
Bountiful, Utah
Cause of Action:                             Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct by engaging in health care fraud in
                                             his practice of pharmacy.
Order:                                       Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a pharmacist and to
                                             dispense controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a
                                             period of five years.
Date:                                        June 28, 2007

BERNTSEN, Michael S.
Orem, Utah
Amended Order:                               The probationary condition requiring Respondent to submit to mental health therapy
                                             was terminated.
Date:                                        April 30, 2007

CAMPBELL, Brian William
Pharmacy Technician
Pleasant Grove, Utah
Cause of Action:                             Respondent's pharmacy which he owns engaged in unprofessional conduct in its
                                             dispensing of prescription drugs.
Order:                                       Respondent's license to practice as a pharmacy technician was publically
                                             reprimanded and Respondent is also subject to certain conditions.
Date:                                        May 25, 2007

HAGHIGHAT, Katayon
Pharmacy Technician
Clearfield, Utah
Cause of Action:                             Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct and unlawful conduct when she
                                             obtained and consumed controlled substances for which she did not have a
                                             prescription. Respondent also engaged in unprofessional conduct when she failed to
                                             provide the Division with a current mailing address within 10 days following any
                                             change of address.
Order:                                       Respondent's license to practice as a pharmacy technician was revoked effective the
                                             date of the Order.
Date:                                        May 17, 2007

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PHARMACISTS/PHARMACY TECHNICIANS/PHARMACIES - continued

HEALTH SOLUTIONS NETWORK
Bellevue, Washington
Cause of Action:                 Allegations Respondent aided and abetted the issuance of a prescription order by
                                 unlicensed practitioners within Utah who based the filling of the prescriptions solely
                                 upon an online medical questionnaire or toll-free telephone number and was without
                                 a bona fide practitioner/patient relationship. Without admitting or denying the
                                 Division's allegations, Respondent agreed to the following:
Order:                           Respondent was ordered to cease and desist from aiding or abetting in the issuance
                                 of any prescription drug from any pharmacy located within Utah based upon an
                                 online questionnaire or toll-free telephone number and from aiding in the issuance of
                                 a prescription order from any prescribing practitioner which is based upon an online
                                 medical questionnaire or toll-free telephone number to residents of Utah.
Date:                            April 30, 2007

HUMPHREYS, Charles Eric
Orem, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Respondent engaged in unprofessional and unlawful conduct in his dispensing of
                                 prescription drugs while employed as the pharmacist-in-charge at Rock Canyon
                                 Pharmacy.
Order:                           Respondent's licenses to practice as a pharmacist and to dispense controlled
                                 substances were publically reprimanded. Respondent was ordered to meet with the
                                 Pharmacy Board within 30 days and complete six additional continuing education
                                 hours within one year from the Order date. Respondent was also ordered to cease and
                                 desist from aiding or abetting in the issuance of any prescription that is based solely
                                 upon an online medical questionnaire or toll-free telephone number. Respondent
                                 shall not enter into any agreement with any company or individual to fill or dispense
                                 prescriptions based solely upon an online medical questionnaire or toll-free
                                 telephone number and not on a bona-fide patient/practitioner relationship.
Date:                            June 21, 2007

KOEVEN, Kasey F.
Pharmacy Technician
Pleasant Grove, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Respondent failed to comply with probationary conditions that existed on her
                                 license.
Order:                           Respondent voluntarily surrendered her license to practice as a pharmacy technician.
                                 Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a pharmacy technician for a period of 5
                                 years from the Order date.
Date:                            April 30, 2007

NIELSON, Dana Kay
Blanding, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Respondent is the pharmacist-in-charge for San Juan pharmacy. In January 2007 a
                                 Division inspection was conducted and several discrepancies/deficiencies were noted
                                 in the pharmacy.
Order:                           Respondent was given a public reprimand. Respondent was also ordered to pay a
                                 $1,000 fine within 60 days. Respondent is also required to meet with the Pharmacy
                                 Board within 30 days. Respondent is also required to complete six additional
                                 continuing education hours within one year.
Date:                            April 12, 2007




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PHARMACISTS/PHARMACY TECHNICIANS/PHARMACIES - continued

ROCK CANYON PHARMACY
Class A pharmacy
Provo, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in its dispensing of prescription
                                 drugs.
Order:                           Respondent's licenses to practice as a pharmacy and to dispense controlled
                                 substances were placed on probation for one year with conditions and restrictions.
                                 Respondent was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine within 60 days.
Date:                            May 25, 2007

RUUD, Anthony Stafford
Montpelier, Idaho
Cause of Action:                 In August 2006 Respondent was disciplined by the Idaho Board of Pharmacy based
                                 on allegations Respondent unlawfully took controlled substances from the hospital
                                 pharmacy where he was employed.
Order:                           Respondent voluntarily surrendered his licenses to practice as a pharmacist and to
                                 dispense controlled substances. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a
                                 period of five years.
Date:                            June 21, 2007

SAN JUAN PHARMACY
Class A pharmacy
Blanding, Utah
Cause of Action:                 In January 2007 a Division inspection was conducted and several
                                 discrepancies/deficiencies were noted in the pharmacy.
Order:                           Respondent's licenses to practice as a pharmacy and to dispense controlled
                                 substances were placed on probation for one year with conditions. Respondent was
                                 also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine within 60 days.
Date:                            April 12, 2007

TAUTFEST, Laura Elise
Pharmacy Technician
Farmington, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct by converting gift card incentives
                                 from her pharmacy employer for her own use.
Order:                           Respondent's license to practice as a pharmacy technician was revoked with a stay of
                                 enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed on probation for two years
                                 with conditions.
Date:                            June 18, 2007

TEKMEDS HOSTING
Orem, Utah
Cause of Action:                 Allegations Respondent engaged in unlawful conduct by advertising the sale of
                                 prescription medication without proper licensing from the Division and engaging in a
                                 business relationship with a pharmacy whereby the pharmacy dispensed prescription
                                 drugs to customers based upon an online medical questionnaire. Without admitting
                                 or denying fault, Respondent agreed to the following:
Order:                           Respondent was ordered to cease and desist from any form of advertising of
                                 prescriptions unless properly licensed by the Division, from aiding and abetting in
                                 the issuance of any prescription drugs to residents of Utah from any pharmacy based
                                 only upon an online questionnaire or toll-free telephone number and from aiding in
                                 the issuance of a prescription from any prescribing practitioner to residents of Utah
                                 based upon only an online medical questionnaire or toll-free telephone number.
Date:                            June 18, 2007

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PHARMACISTS/PHARMACY TECHNICIANS/PHARMACIES - continued

WHITE, Issac Thomas
Pharmacy Technician
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct prior to submitting an application for
                                         licensure.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   A license to practice as a pharmacy technician was issued and placed on probation
                                         for thirty months with conditions.
Date:                                    June 6, 2007

CONTRACTORS/UNLICENSED CONTRACTORS

A.K. & R. WHIPPLE PLUMBING
 & HEATING COMPANY, INC.
Contractor
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct in its practice as a contractor by
                                         failing to correct building code violations and failing to timely obtain building
                                         permits.
Order:                                    Respondent's license to practice as a contractor (classifications R100, S210, S350)
                                         were revoked with a stay of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed
                                         on probation with conditions until November 30, 2009. Respondent was also
                                         ordered to pay a $10,000 fine of which $7,000 was suspended upon compliance with
                                         probationary conditions. The remaining $3,000 is due within 30 days.
Date:                                    April 25, 2007

D-N-A Builders, Inc.
Daniel Karl Zerba
Kearns, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct prior to submitting an application for
                                         licensure as a contractor.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   A license to practice as a contractor was issued to Respondent and said license was
                                         placed on probation for three years with conditions.
Date:                                    May 30, 2007

OTHER REGULATED PROFESSIONS

ATWOOD, Travis Craig
Cosmetologist/Barber Instructor
Price, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct by failing to keep apprenticeship
                                         records for an apprentice he was training and for allowing an unlicensed barber to
                                         work in his business.
Order:                                   Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a cosmetologist/barber
                                         instructor. Respondent also agreed not to reapply for licensure as a
                                         cosmetologist/barber instructor for a period of five years.
Date:                                    May 17, 2007

BALLOU, Robert Loy
Professional Geologist
Roosevelt, Utah
Cause of Action:                         In January 2007 Respondent was found guilty of one count of willfully causing
                                         another to commit theft of government funds, a misdemeanor.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   Respondent's license to practice as a professional geologist was renewed and said
                                         license was placed on probation for two years with conditions.
Date:                                    May 17, 2007

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OTHER REGULATED PROFESSIONS - continued

BEAVER, Ted Lynn
Apprentice Plumber
Tooele, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct prior to submitting an application for
                                         licensure.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   A license to practice as an apprentice plumber was issued and said license was
                                         placed on probation for four years with conditions and restrictions.
Date:                                    June 27, 2007

BILBEY, Sue Ann
Professional Geologist
Vernal, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a professional geologist was
                                         terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                                    June 7, 2007

BONSEY, Josh James
Radiology Practical Technician
Layton, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent failed to comply with probationary conditions that existed on his license.
Order:                                   Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a radiology practical
                                         technician. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a radiology practical
                                         technician for a period of five years.
Date:                                    April 24, 2007

BOOTH, Mary O.
Cosmetologist/Barber
Kaysville, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent's license to practice as a cosmetologist/barber has been revoked since
                                         December 26, 2003.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   A license to practice as a cosmetologist/barber was reissued to Respondent and said
                                         license was placed on probation for three years with conditions.
Date:                                    May 3, 2007

BRAUN, David Anthony, DC
Chiropractic Physician
Salt Lake City, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a chiropractic physician was
                                         terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                                    June 18, 2007

BROWN, Benjamin J.
Certified Public Accountant
Bountiful, Utah
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition requiring Respondent to meet with the Utah Board of
                                         Accountancy every three months was changed to require Respondent to meet with
                                         the Board at least two times per year.
Date:                                    May 10, 2007
BROWN, Trevor Mackley
Radiology Technologist
Syracuse, Utah
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition requiring Respondent to meet with the Radiology
                                         Technologist Licensing Board on a quarterly basis was changed to require
                                         probationary meetings with the Board at least two times per year.
Date:                                    May 7, 2007

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OTHER REGULATED PROFESSIONS - continued

BUCK, Cody Michael
Certified Public Accountant
Sandy, Utah
Amended Order:                    The probationary condition requiring Respondent to meet with the Utah Board of
                                  Accountancy on a quarterly basis was changed to require Respondent to meet with
                                  the Board at least two times per year.
Date:                             May 10, 2007

CADREZ, Jaynee
Professional Counselor
El Centro, California
Cause of Action:                  Respondent engaged in a romantic physical relationship with a former patient.
                                  Respondent also submitted false documentation in relation to her application for
                                  licensure in May 2006.
Order:                            Respondent voluntarily surrendered her license to practice as a professional
                                  counselor. Respondent may not reapply for licensure for a period of five years.
Date:                             June 19, 2007

CARLSON, R. Lynn
Professional Engineer
Bountiful, Utah
Reinstatement Order:              The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a professional engineer was
                                  terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                             May 18, 2007

DODD, David Nelson
Radiology Technologist
Draper, Utah
Cause of Action:                  Respondent's licenses to practice as a physician assistant and to administer and
                                  prescribe controlled substances were disciplined by the Division in a November 2005
                                  Stipulation/Order for unprofessional conduct.
Order:                            Respondent's license to practice as a radiology technologist was placed on probation
                                  for four years with conditions and restrictions.
Date:                             May 25, 2007

FEDERICO, Jayson Kelly
Armed Private Security Officer
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                  Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct by taking a wooden replica seal of a
                                  badge from his employer and never returning the item.
Order:                            Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as an armed private
                                  security officer. Respondent may not reapply for a license as a private security
                                  officer for a period of five years from the Order date.
Date:                             May 23, 2007

FIELDS, Robert E.
Armed Private Security Officer
Roy, Utah
Reinstatement Order:              The probation on Respondent's license to practice as an armed private security
                                  officer was terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                             April 23, 2007




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FINLAY, Daniel
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Herriman, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent submitted false information to the Division on a license renewal
                                         application with respect to continuing education.
Order:                                   Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a hearing instrument
                                         specialist. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a hearing instrument
                                         specialist for a period for five years from the Order date.
Date:                                    April 13, 2007

FINLAY, Susan
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Herriman, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent submitted false information to the Division on a license renewal
                                         application with respect to continuing education.
Order:                                   Respondent voluntarily surrendered her license to practice as a hearing instrument
                                         specialist. Respondent may not reapply for licensure as a hearing instrument
                                         specialist for a period for five years from the Order date.
Date:                                    April 13, 2007

FLYNN, Donald E.
Professional Engineer
Eustis, Florida
Cause of Action:                         In December 2006 Respondent was disciplined by the Florida Board of Registration
                                         of Professional Engineers.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   Respondent's license to practice as a professional engineer was renewed and said
                                         license was placed on probation for two years with conditions.
Date:                                    May 10, 2007

FULLER, Gilbert Amos
Unlicensed CPA
Sandy, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Between 1996 and June 2007 Respondent represented himself as being a certified
                                         public accountant in Utah. Respondent's Utah license to practice as a certified public
                                         accountant expired in 1986.
Order:                                   Respondent was ordered to cease and desist from representing himself as a certified
                                         public accountant in Utah until he is properly licensed to do so.
Date:                                    June 25, 2007

FUTRELL, Gregory DeForest, DC
Chiropractic Physician
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in inappropriate conduct with a patient while performing a
                                         massage on her.
Order:                                   Respondent's license to practice as a chiropractic physician was placed on probation
                                         for three years with conditions and restrictions.
Date:                                    April 30, 2007




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GARDNER, David J.
Marriage and Family Therapist
Springville, Utah
Amended Order:                     The probationary condition requiring Respondent to submit to random alcohol/drug
                                   testing was terminated.
Date:                              April 12, 2007
Amended Stipulation and Order      The Division's December 3, 2002 Stipulation and Order was modified and the
                                   probation on Respondent's license to practice as a marriage and family therapist was
                                   extended until Respondent has completed 12 months of full-time practice as a
                                   marriage and family therapist subject to additional conditions and restrictions.
Date:                              May 8, 2007

GITHUKA, Morris
Radiology Technologist
Salt Lake City, Utah
Reinstatement Order:               The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a radiology technologist was
                                   terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                               May 7, 2007

HAWKINS, David E., DC
Chiropractic Physician
Sandy, Utah
Cause of Action:                   Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct by filing a false or fraudulent
                                   insurance claim relating to his practice as a chiropractic physician.
Order:                             Respondent's license to practice as a chiropractic physician was revoked with a stay
                                   of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed on probation for three
                                   years with conditions.
Date:                              April 17, 2007

HILDRETH, Grant, DC
Chiropractic Physician
Riverton, Utah
Cause of Action:                   Between October 2006 and June 2007 Respondent was accused of engaging in
                                   conduct with female clients that was beyond the scope of his license and was
                                   accused of making inappropriate comments to clients.
Order:                             Respondent voluntarily surrendered his license to practice as a chiropractic
                                   physician.
Date:                              June 21, 2007

JOHNSON, Debra K. (Debi)
Unlicensed mental health therapy
 and clinical practice as a
 certified social worker
Farmington, Utah
Cause of Action:                   From 1985 and continuing until the present, Respondent engaged in the unlicensed
                                   practice of mental health therapy and/or in the clinical practice of social work
                                   without having obtained the clinical education and practicum experience which
                                   would qualify her to engage in mental health therapy or in clinical practice as a
                                   certified social worker.
Order:                             Respondent was ordered to cease and desist form engaging in the practice of mental
                                   health therapy and to cease and desist from engaging in the clinical practice of
                                   certified social work, except as specifically permitted by terms and conditions
                                   contained in the Division's Stipulation and Order.
Date:                              April 19, 2007



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JONES, Joanie Lynn
Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor
Sunset, Utah
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition requiring Respondent to submit to random drug testing
                                         was terminated.
Date:                                    May 24, 2007

KLEIN, Richard Butler
Professional Engineer
Cause of Action:                         Respondent has been disciplined in several states regarding his professional engineer
                                         license.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   Respondent's license to practice as a professional engineer in Utah was reinstated
                                         and said license was placed on probation for two years with conditions.
Date:                                    April 10, 2007

KOSTRZEWA, Andre
Unlicensed massage therapy
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent hired an unlicensed individual to engage in the practice of massage
                                         therapy.
Order:                                   Respondent was ordered to cease and desist from hiring unlicensed individuals to
                                         engage in the practice of massage therapy.
Date:                                    April 13, 2007

KOSTRZEWA, Thu Thi Nguyen
Unlicensed massage therapy
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in the unlicensed practice of massage therapy.
Order:                                   Respondent was ordered to cease and desist from engaging in the unlicensed practice
                                         of massage therapy until such time as she is properly licensed to do so.
Date:                                    April 13, 2007

LAMONT, Mark Aaron
Massage Therapist
Salt Lake City, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a massage therapist was
                                         terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                                    April 6, 2007

LOTT, Gregg M.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Pleasant Grove, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a licensed clinical social worker
                                         was terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                                    May 21, 2007

MARSHALL, Robert G.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Cedar City, Utah
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition requiring Respondent's employment be supervised by a
                                         licensed clinical social worker was amended to allow Respondent's employment to
                                         be supervised by a licensed mental health therapist who has been approved by the
                                         Division/Board.
Date:                                    June 7, 2007



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MATOTEK, Robert M.
Certified Social Worker &
Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor
Roy, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a certified social worker was
                                         terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                                    May 21, 2007
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a licensed substance abuse
                                         counselor was terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                                    June 5, 2007


MCCLAIN, Jerry Glynn
Unlicensed CPA
Holladay, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Between 2004 and June 2007 Respondent represented himself as being a certified
                                         public accountant in Utah. Respondent's Utah license to practice as a certified public
                                         accountant expired in 2004.
Order:                                   Respondent was ordered to cease and desist from representing himself as a certified
                                         public accountant in Utah until he is properly licensed to do so.
Date:                                    June 25, 2007

MCMAHAN, Michael G.
Physician Assistant
Springdale, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in unlawful and unprofessional conduct by failing to produce a
                                         current Delegation of Services agreement with a physician and by engaging in the
                                         practice of pharmacy without a license.
Order:                                   Respondent was given a public reprimand for engaging in the above conduct.
                                         Respondent was also ordered to cease and desist from engaging in the practice of
                                         pharmacy without a license. Respondent was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine within
                                         90 days and is to meet with the Physicians Assistant Licensing Board within 30 days.
Date:                                    June 14, 2007

MIRZAI, Kai
Nail Technician
Ogden, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a nail technician was terminated
                                         and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                                    June 28, 2007

MORTENSEN, Steven L.
Professional Engineer
Glendale, Arizona
Cause of Action:                         Respondent's license to practice as a professional engineer had been disciplined by
                                         the Arizona Board in September 2005 for performing a survey without meeting the
                                         minimum required standards.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   Respondent's license to practice as a professional engineer in Utah was renewed and
                                         said license was placed on probation for two years with conditions.
Date:                                    April 6, 2007




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MORTON, John Todd
Certified Social Worker
Layton, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in a dual relationship with a client.
Order:                                   Respondent's license to practice as a certified social worker was revoked with a stay
                                         of enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed on probation for three
                                         years with conditions and restrictions.
Date:                                     May 21, 2007

MURRAY, Jenny Leigh
Cosmetologist/Barber
Clinton, Utah
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition requiring Respondent to practice only under the on-site
                                         supervision of a licensed cosmetologist/barber in good standing with the Division
                                         was terminated.
Date:                                    June 21, 2007

NEILSON, Tamera L.
Certified Social Worker
St. George, Utah
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition requiring Respondent to limit her licensed activity to
                                         female clients only with an exception for Dixie Regional Medical Center was
                                         terminated. Respondent may now work with both male and female clients in her
                                         employment.
Date:                                    June 26, 2007

NIELSEN, Michael Brian
Burglar Alarm Company Agent
Orem, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent failed to comply with probationary conditions that existed on his license.
Order:                                   Respondent's license to practice as a burglar alarm company agent was revoked
                                         effective the date of the Order.
Date:                                    May 30, 2007

ODDO, Robert Allen
Professional Engineer
Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Cause of Action:                         In February 2006 Respondent's license to practice as a professional engineer was
                                         disciplined by the Colorado Board of Licensure for Professional
                                         Engineers/Professional Land Surveyors.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   Respondent's license to practice as a professional engineer in Utah was renewed and
                                         said license was placed on probation for two years with conditions.
Date:                                    April 24, 2007

OLSEN, Kristi Marie
Massage Therapist
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct prior to submitting an application for
                                         licensure as a massage therapist.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   A license to practice as a massage therapist was issued and placed on probation for
                                         two years with conditions and restrictions.
Date:                                    May 15, 2007




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ROCK, Kevin L.
Massage Therapist
Orem, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in inappropriate behavior with another licensed massage
                                         therapist.
Order:                                   Respondent's license to practice as a massage therapist was revoked with a stay of
                                         enforcement on the revocation. Said license was placed on probation for five years
                                         with conditions.
Date:                                    April 6, 2007

ROULE, Thomas Fred
Architect
Las Vegas, Nevada
Cause of Action:                         Respondent had been disciplined by the Nevada Board of Architecture in October
                                         2001 and January 1999. Respondent misrepresented this fact in his application for
                                         licensure.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   A license to practice as an architect was issued and said license was placed on
                                         probation for two years with conditions.
Date:                                    June 18, 2007

SCHIMICK, Timothy
Massage Therapist
Madison, Wisconsin
Cause of Action:                         In May 2005 Respondent had a sexual relationship with a massage therapy student
                                         whom he had instructed during the previous two months.
Order:                                   Respondent agreed he will not renew his Utah license to practice as a massage
                                         therapist upon its expiration on May 31, 2007. Respondent also agreed not to apply
                                         to reinstate the license during the subsequent two year reinstatement period.
Date:                                    April 19, 2007

SMITH, Karla Melissa
Massage Therapist
Sandy, Utah
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition requiring Respondent to submit to random drug
                                         screening was terminated.
Date:                                    April 10, 2007

SOMMER, Sheldon K.
Unarmed Private Security Officer
West Jordan, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct prior to submitting a renewal
                                         application for licensure.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   Respondent's license to practice as an unarmed private security officer was renewed
                                         and said license was placed on probation for two years with conditions and
                                         restrictions.
Date:                                    March 30, 2007

UKEN, Ammon Arthur
Massage Therapist
Salt Lake City, Utah
Reinstatement Order:                     The probation on Respondent's license to practice as a massage therapist was
                                         terminated and said license was reinstated with full privileges.
Date:                                    May 18, 2007




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VILIAMU, Onolina Shelly
Unarmed Private Security Officer
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in unprofessional conduct prior to submitting an application for
                                         licensure.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   A license to practice as an unarmed private security officer was issued and said
                                         license was placed on probation for two years with conditions and restrictions.
Date:                                    April 6, 2007

WEIGHILL, Donna M.
Unlicensed Mental Health Therapist
Cedar Hills, Utah
Cause of Action:                         Respondent engaged in the unlicensed practice of mental health therapy.
Order:                                   Respondent was ordered to cease and desist from engaging in the unlicensed practice
                                         of mental health therapy until she is properly licensed to do so and from employing
                                         unlicensed substance abuse counselors.
Date:                                    April 10, 2007

WILCOX, Walter F.
Professional Engineer
Dallas, Texas
Cause of Action:                         Respondent was disciplined by the West Virginia Board of Registration for
                                         Professional Engineers in December 2006.
Memorandum of Understanding and Order:   Respondent's license to practice as a professional engineer was renewed and said
                                         license was placed on probation for two years with conditions.
Date:                                    May 9, 2007

YOUNG, Scott A.
Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor
Taylorsville, Utah
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition requiring Respondent to attend an alcohol/substance
                                         abuse support group at least two times per month was changed to require Respondent
                                         to attend the support group at least one time per month.
Date:                                    May 18, 2007
Amended Order:                           The probationary condition requiring Respondent to submit to random alcohol and
                                         drug testing was terminated.
Date:                                    June 7, 2007




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                               CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE LICENSES
                       REVOKED, SUSPENDED, SURRENDERED OR RESTRICTED
The division recommends retaining the following information for your records. If you
have any questions relative to the names listed below, please contact the Division
directly.
      AARON, Joseph Norman, MD (Provo)           Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (5-31-90)
      ANDERSON, Walter O., MD (Indiana)          Schedules II-V revoked (5-30-2002)
      ATKIN, Lorna Olsen, PA (Smithfield)        Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (7-20-2006)
      BABB, Stephen R., MD (Provo)               Schedules II-V revoked (9-30-2002)/Agreed
                                                 not to prescribe/administer controlled
                                                 substances until medically cleared to
                                                 practice and approved by the Physicians
                                                 Licensing Board (3-29-2000)
      BARKLEY, John C., MD (Kaysville)           Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (8-4-2003)
      BARRETT, Elmer L., MD (SLC)                Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (5-23-84)
      BERNTSON, Dale Rampton, MD (SLC)           Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (4-19-94)
      BEVERIDGE, Robert James, MD (SLC)          Voluntary non-renewal of controlled
                                                 substance II-V (5-17-89)
      BIEG, Susan Elmore, MD (Oregon)            Schedules II-V revoked (3-15-2004)
      BITNER, Leland Elmo, DDS (Midvale)         Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (9-14-99)
      BLACKBURN, Brent L., MD (Ogden)            Schedules II-V were immediately suspended
                                                 during pendency of disciplinary
                                                 proceedings (9-23-99) Schedules II-V
                                                 voluntarily surrendered (5-2-2005)
      BRITTON, Cory Lanning, PA (Sandy)          Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (9-15-2004)
      BROCKBANK, Keven D., MD (Taylorsville)     Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (3-22-2005)
      BROWN, Calvin Reed, MD (SLC)               Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (8-16-2001)
      BROWN, Ian Steven, MD (Beverly Hills CA) Schedules II-V indefinitely suspended (4-
                                                 22-97)
      BROWN, Melvin Kay, DDS (SLC)               Schedules II-V revoked (11-5-96)
      BROWN, Roger Ashwell, MD (Provo)           Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (5-19-2003)
      BUNDERSON, Dean Linford, MD (Brigham City)                          Schedules II-V
                                                 voluntarily surrendered (3-17-2006)
      BURKETT, Rox Charles, MD (SLC)             Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (6-23-2000)
      BUTLER, Ronald Bay, MD (Orem)              Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (7-21-97)
      CAMPBELL, Steven K., MD (SLC)              Schedules II-V revoked (11-24-91)
      CHRISTENSEN, Jay Rulon, MD (N Salt Lake) Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (5-2-2002)
      CHRISTENSEN, Richard D., DDS (West Jordan)Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (4-3-2000)
      CLARK, Jeffery Allen, MD (Provo)           Schedules II-V revoked (11-3-2005)
      CLARK, Paul K., MD (SLC)                   Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (10-24-91)
      CODY, Heather Heim, MD (Colorado)          Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                 (3-16-2007)

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                              CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE LICENSES
                      REVOKED, SUSPENDED, SURRENDERED OR RESTRICTED

The division recommends retaining the following   information for your records. If you
have any questions relative to the names listed   below, please contact the Division
directly.
      CRANE. F. Michael, MD (Colorado)            Schedules II-V revoked (12-19-2006)
      CURRIER, Nathan Robert, MD (SLC)            Schedules II-V revoked (6-22-2006)
      CURTIS, Glade B. MD (SLC)                   Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                  (8-16-2005)
      DAINES, Stephen P., MD (Logan)              Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                  (February 1992)
      DARBY, Carl E., Naturopath (Ogden)          Schedules III-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                  (7-20-89)
                                                  Schedule II license revoked (10-21-85)
      DAVIS, Kent Wayne, MD (Idaho)               Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                  (4-23-2002)
      DAVIS, Robert Charles, MD (SLC)             Schedules II-V revoked (7-19-93)
      DEFRIEZ, Curtis B., MD (SLC)                Voluntarily surrendered CS II-V license
                                                  until pending case is resolved (9-27-94)
                                                  - Schedules II-V revoked effective 8-10-
                                                  95
      DE GASTON, Alexis N. MD (California)        Schedules II-V revoked (12-27-2002)
      DIAMOND, Patrick Francis, MD (Texas)        Schedules II-V revoked effective August
                                                  16, 2000 (7-17-2000)
      DICKSON, Steven R., DDS (Provo)             Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                  (8-19-88)
      DODD, David Nelson, PA (Draper)             Schedules II-V revoked (11-30-2005)
      DREZGA, Grmislav Gregory, MD (New York)     Schedules II-V revoked (3-6-98)
      EGLI, David, MD (SLC)                       Schedules II and III only
                                                  revoked/License restricted to Schedules
                                                  IV and V (2-20-87)
      ELDREDGE, Stephen J., MD (SLC)              Schedules II-V revoked (5-3-99)
      ELDRIDGE, Peter Rhodes, DDS (Sandy)         Schedules II only revoked (6-18-2002) -
                                                  Schedules III-V were issued to Dr.
                                                  Eldridge on 7-27-2006
      ENGEN, Judy J., MD (SLC)                    Schedules II and III revoked/ License
                                                  restricted to Schedules IV and
                                                  V/Respondent is only allowed to order
                                                  those schedules in an in-patient setting
                                                  in an approved hospital or institutional
                                                  setting where she is employed (5-2-2000)
      ERICKSON, Verd J., DDS (SLC)                Schedule II only revoked (7-18-86)
      FAIRBANKS, E. J., DDS (Orem)                Schedules II-V revoked (2-14-86)
      FEINAUER, Lyman R. Jr., MD (SLC)            Agreed to voluntary non-renewal of
                                                  controlled substance license (2-12-91)
      FYANS, Joseph, DDS (Washington)             Schedule II only revoked (5-26-83)
      GARDNER, Rod T. DDS (Tremonton)             Schedules II-V revoked (7-9-2001)
      GHALI, Nabil N., MD (Kentucky)              Schedules II-V revoked (8-5-85)
      GIBBY, Thomas Alan, DDS (SLC)               Schedules II-V revoked (1-5-95)
      GIFFORD, Craig P., DDS (SLC)                Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                  (6-19-96)
                                                  Schedules II-V revoked (1-7-98)
      GOODRICH, Cori Ann, MD (Heber)              Schedules II-V suspended indefinitely (9-
                                                  10-2001)
      GREYEYES, Roger, MD (New Mexico)            Schedules II-V revoked (3-5-99)



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                              CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE LICENSES
                      REVOKED, SUSPENDED, SURRENDERED OR RESTRICTED

The division recommends retaining the following information for your records. If you
have any questions relative to the names listed below, please contact the Division
directly.

      GRIGSBY, James Lee, MD (Nebraska)         Agreed not to renew his license to
                                                prescribe and administer Schedule II-V
                                                controlled substances (11-27-95)
      HAMILTON, Michael L. (DDS) (South Jordan) Schedules II-V revoked (9-1-99)
      HARLINE, Wesley Grant, MD (Ogden)         Schedules II-V voluntarily
                                                surrendered/revoked effective March 7,
                                                2000 (3-6-2000)
      HEWITT, Lance O., MD (SLC)                Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (5-23-2007)
                                                Schedules II-V suspended until further
                                                order of the Division (2-8-2007)
      HINTON, Raymond K., MD (Washington)       Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (11-9-2000)
      HOLT, Dean A., MD (Logan)                 Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (2-23-95)
      HOPKINS, James Lewis, MD (SLC)            Schedules II-V revoked (9-9-96)
      HOUSTON, Donald, MD (SLC)                 Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (1-13-2003)
      HUFF, Cecil Leray, APRN (St. George)      Schedules II-V revoked (7-18-2006)
      ISRAELSEN, John A., DDS (Logan)           Schedules II-V revoked (3-19-2004)
      JENSEN, Clel L., MD (Sandy)               Schedules II-V revoked (11-24-91)
      JOHANSEN, Brent, DDS (Blanding)           Schedule II only revoked (5-22-91)
      JOHNSON, Ross W., MD (Layton)             Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (2-15-2000)
      JOHNSON, Sherman, MD (Springville)        Controlled substance license restricted
                                                to Schedules IV and V only (8-31-99)
      JONES, Reed A., DVM (Colorado)            Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (6-23-93)
      KAY, Dennis L., MD (SLC)                  Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (10-1-95)
      KERR, Thomas, DDS (West Valley)           Schedules II-Vrevoked (9-20-90)/Schedules
                                                II-V voluntarily surrendered (8-21-89)
      KLAUSNER, Steven C., MD (Connecticut)     Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (2-3-2005)
      KNELL, Stephen D. DDS (SLC)               Schedules II-V revoked (7-31-95)
      LEDLIE, William B. (Texas)                Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (5-7-92)
      LEE, John Jungkook, MD (SLC)              Schedules II-V revoked (4-15-85)
      LEWIS, Roger Belden, MD (Orem)            Schedules II-V suspended effective March
                                                31, 2007 (3-27-2007)
      LUND, Paul Christian, Pharmacist (SLC)    License to dispense controlled substances
                                                was revoked (9-24-2002)
      LYMAN, Raymond R., DDS (Blanding)         Schedules II-V revoked (8-17-
                                                2001)/Schedules II-V suspended until
                                                further order of the Division (3-7-2000)
      MANGRUM, Kelly A., DDS (SLC)              Schedules II-V revoked (1-14-
                                                91)/Schedules II-V voluntarily
                                                surrendered (8-23-89)
      MAPPES, William P., MD (Oklahoma)         Schedules II-V revoked (4-10-85)



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                              CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE LICENSES
                      REVOKED, SUSPENDED, SURRENDERED OR RESTRICTED

The division recommends retaining the following information for your records. If you
have any questions relative to the names listed below, please contact the Division
directly.

      MCCLELLAN, Monty P., MD (Illinois)        Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (2-27-90)
      MCKEE, James Kevin, DO (Scottsbluff NE)   Schedules II-V revoked effective 30 days
                                                from the date of the Order (4-9-2001)
      MICHAUD, Robert M., DO (Mesa AZ)          Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (5-3-2000)
      MILEA, Adrian Valeriu, MD (SLC)           Schedules II-V revoked (5-16-2002)
      MILLER, John J., MD (Florida)             Schedules II-V revoked (10-28-95)
      MOHR, Robert Carl, MD (SLC)               Schedules II-V surrendered (4-7-94)
      MORGAN, Arthur James, MD (Santa Clara)    Schedules II-V revoked (6-13-2001)
      MORRIS, David J., MD (Price)              Schedules II-V immediately suspended (4-
                                                26-2004)
      MORROW, Robert E., MD (Huntsville)        Schedules II-IV voluntarily surrendered
                                                (2-22-99)
      MYERS, John W., DDS (Midvale)             Schedules II-V revoked for at least 5
                                                years (1-10-92)/Schedules II-V
                                                voluntarily surrendered (2-13-91)
      NAISBITT, David E., DDS (Washington)      Respondent agreed not to renew or use his
                                                controlled substance license Schedules
                                                II-V in Utah (1-12-98)
      NEFF, Stanley Dilworth, MD (Park City)    Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (8-18-2000)
      NELSON, Joel Stephen, MD (So Jordan)      Schedules II-V suspended indefinitely (9-
                                                24-98)
      NELSON, J. Kent, MD (Bountiful)           Schedules II-v voluntarily surrendered
                                                (4-4-2006)
      NICHOLS, Mark Alan, DDS (Ogden)           Schedules IV-V revoked (9-16-2002)
      NICHOLAS, W. Channing, MD (State College PA) Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (4-19-2007)
      NIELSEN, Gregg Terry, DDS (Ogden)         Schedules II-V revoked (5-25-95)
      PACK, Steven Richard, MD (Alpine)         Schedules II-V suspended (6-15-2007)
                                                Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (12-2-2005)
      PARRY, Darrell Boyd, DO (Cottonwood AZ)   Schedules II-V suspended (4-18-2000)
      PETERSON, Perry A., MD (SLC)              Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (8-23-2002)
      PFEIFER, Lauren Joan, MD (Oakley)         Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (1-27-2003)
      PITTS, Michael T., CRNA (Sandy)           Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (10-26-2006)
      PLYMALE, Robert Darwin, DDS (SLC)         Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (6-27-2002)
      POND, William Henry, DDS (Murray)         Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (1-13-2000)
      POTTER, Lee H., MD (Ogden)                Schedule II only revoked (3-2-93)
      POTTS, Robert E., MD (Richfield)          Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (11-24-99)
      POULTER, John S., DDS (North Salt Lake)   Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (8-17-2005)



Newsletter - July 1, 2007 - Page 23
                              CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE LICENSES
                      REVOKED, SUSPENDED, SURRENDERED OR RESTRICTED

The division recommends retaining the following information for your records. If you
have any questions relative to the names listed below, please contact the Division
directly.

      PURVIN, Jonathan Mark, MD (Sandy)         Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (4-23-2002)
                                                / Schedules II-V suspended (8-9-2001)
      RESTEL, Marianne Georgia, MD (California) Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (3-9-2005)
      RIVERA-VELEZ, Abdiel, MD (Layton)         Schedules II-V revoked (7-1-
                                                94)/Schedules II-V suspended (10-25-93)
      ROBISON, Rick S. OD (Murray)              Schedules IV-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (6-11-98)
      ROSS, Mac M., DDS (Moab)                  Schedules II-V revoked (8-10-91)
      RUBERT, Edwin H., ND (Ogden)              Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (10-30-2000)
      SAMAIN, Omaima, DDS (Surprise, Arizona)   Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (8-7-2006)
      SANZENBACHER, Eric D., MD (SLC)           Schedules II-V revoked (3-9-99)
      SCHLOTTMAN, David E., DDS (Sandy)         Schedules II-V suspended indefinitely (9-
                                                15-98)
      SELLERS, Terrell Lee, MD (Orem)           Schedules II-V suspended for a minimum of
                                                six months
                                                 (9-29-2005)
      SHIELDS, Kenneth Gary, MD (SLC)           Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (5-5-2005)
      SINGER, Christopher Jones, APRN (SLC)     Schedules II-V revoked (3-7-2006)
      SLATER, Rodney John, DDS (Lehi)           No controlled substance license will be
                                                issued to Dr. Slater during his
                                                probationary period (8-26-2004)
      SONNENBERG, Brent C., DDS (SLC)           Schedules II-V revoked (8-25-2006)
      SPAULDING, Bradley B., MD (New York)      Schedules II-V indefinitely suspended (5-
                                                16-2005)
      SPENCER, Maitland, MD (SLC)               Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (4-1-99)
      STACK, Warren R., MD (SLC)                Schedules II-V immediately suspended
                                                pending further order of the Division (5-
                                                25-2007)
      STEWART, John R., MD (SLC)                Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (8-29-2000)
      STODDARD, Larry Douglas , MD (Layton)     Schedules II-V revoked (12-22-
                                                99)/Schedules II-V were indefinitely
                                                suspended pending final resolution to
                                                disciplinary action filed against
                                                Respondent (7-26-99)
      STORHEIM, John Engh, DDS (SLC)            Schedules II-V revoked (5-1-2000)
      STRINGHAM, James Grant, MD (SLC)          Schedules II-V revoked (1-30-85)
      STUCKI, Grant Alfred, DDS (Alpine)        Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (12-6-2001)
      SWOPE, Richard E., DDS (Provo)            Schedules II-V revoked (3-13-
                                                90)/Schedules II-V voluntarily
                                                surrendered (8-30-89)
      TAYLOR, George W., MD (SLC)               Schedules II-V surrendered (12-31-86)



Newsletter - July 1, 2007 - Page 24
                              CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE LICENSES
                      REVOKED, SUSPENDED, SURRENDERED OR RESTRICTED

The division recommends retaining the following information for your records. If you
have any questions relative to the names listed below, please contact the Division
directly.

      THEODORE, Alexander, MD (Sandy)           Schedules II-V immediately suspended (2-
                                                28-2005) Schedules II-V suspended for 2
                                                years (5-9-2005)
      VERMAZEN, William J., MD (Florida)        Schedules II-V surrendered (2-28-86)
      WALLACE, Scott Pyper, MD (Provo)          Schedules II and III suspended (3-31-
                                                87)/Schedules IV-V expired on December
                                                31, 1994
      WARBURTON, Robert L., MD (SLC)            Schedules II-V suspended (11-2-99)
      WEAVER, Gary H., DDS (SLC)                Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (7-16-91)
      WEITZEL, Robert A., MD (SLC)              Schedules II-V immediately suspended (8-
                                                24-99)
      WILSON, George A., Naturopath(SLC)        Schedules II-V revoked (4-2-84)
      WOODBURY, Douglas C., DDS (SLC)           Schedules II-V revoked (1-26-90)
      YATES, Robert William, DDS (SLC)          Schedules II-V indefinitely restricted
                                                (1-7-2005)
      YATES, Troy William, DDS (SLC)            Schedules II-V revoked (1-7-2005)
      YEARSLEY, Steven Gary, MD (Las Vegas)     Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (2-9-2006)
      YOUNG, David Wayne, DDS (Idaho)           Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (8-24-90)
      YURTH, Daniel A., MD (Layton)             Schedules II-V revoked (1-19-89)
      ZAMBITO, Francis J., DDS (Midway)         Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (4-1-96)
      ZWIEBEL, William J., MD (SLC)             Schedules II-V voluntarily surrendered
                                                (11-14-2006)


This newsletter is published quarterly. Your comments and suggestions are welcomed. If
you need further information on any material contained in the newsletter, please contact
Kimberley L. at (801) 530-6088 or Carol I. at (801) 530-6626.




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