Kent S. Ware
2011 to Present
Kent was born in American Fork in 1953. He lived in Draper from kindergarten through graduation from Jordan high School in 1972, then again from 1994 to the present. He and his wife Karen have been restoring one of the early pioneer homes on Fort Street, directly across the street from the home where he grew up. Mr. Ware graduated from BYU with a BA in communications and began his career with McGrall-Hill in New York City. He was soon recruited by Deseret Book where he was employed from 1976 to 2015. He has served as Marketing manager, Art Director, Director of Publishing, Director of Special Projects and most recently as the manager of the Flagship Store in the City Creek Center. He retired from Deseret Book in 2015. He is a Class A Stockholder.
2004 to Present
Mr. Daw has lived in Draper since 1985. Mr. Daw thoroughly enjoys living in Draper and is continually striving to keep Draper a thriving community. Mr. Daw is a General Contractor and owner of Judd Construction, as well as a developer with RS Daw Building & Development. He has been in the construction industry since 1973, working in the commercial, industrial and high end residential arena. Mr. Daw has been on the board of directors for Draper Irrigation Company since 2004 and has enjoyed watching the many accomplishments the company has completed. Mr. Daw is a Class A Stockholder.
2013 to Present
George Greenwood was born in Salt Lake City in 1950. George moved to draper as a child in 1956 when his family purchased a home from Anne Enniss. He attended the local schools, graduated from Jordan High School in 1968, and immediately enlisted in the military. While attending Utah State, George met his wife Louann Day. After they were married George went to work in construction. He enjoys building, and after working for Henry Page and Jack Kerbs for 12 years, he started Greenwood Construction Company in 1979, focusing on commercial construction. George was the owner of Greenwood Construction until 2002 when he sold the company. Since selling the company, George & Louann have been able to enjoy their 6 children and 23 grandchildren, serve missions, and do voluntary work in the area. In 2001 they began a restoration of an old Draper home and farm that they purchased from Marjorie Clements.
George is currently back to work part time for Big Tree Construction, a business owned by his son. Mr. Greenwood is a Class A Stockholder.
Steven L. Tripp
1999 to Present
Stephen L Tripp has been a director on the Draper Irrigation Board of Directors since 1999 and served as the Board President from 2002 to October of 2009. Since returning from serving a LDS mission with his wife in October 2010 he has been serving as President of the board to the present time. Mr. Tripp has lived in draper for over 35 years with his wife Sherry and their eight children. Six of their children have also chosen to make their home in Draper. Mr. Tripp has been a general contractor for more than 40 years doing commercial construction and development. His family-owned business, Trico Realty & Investment Co., is also located in Draper. He previously served on Draper City’s board of Adjustments for over 10 years. Mr. Tripp is a Class A Stockholder.
2004 to Present
Mr. Webb and his wife Elaine were married in 1951 and raised their six children in Draper. They lived in the community for 76 years before retiring from farming and moving to Riverton in 2004. Mr. Webb is also a retired bus driver for the Jordan School District.Mr. Webb’s community involvement includes 12 years on the Draper Planning and Zoning committee, five years on the Board of Adjustments, and over 25 years on the board of directors for the East Jordan Irrigation Company, where he is still serving.Mr. Webb represents Mount Jordan Limited on the Draper Irrigation/WaterPro board of directors, and is authorized to vote their Class A shares.
2013 to Present
Dale Smith, a Draper resident since 1965, is co-owner of Dale T. Smith &
Sons Meat Packing Company. He is also a descendant of Ebenezer Smith and Absalom Brown, some of the first settlers of Draper. He and his wife Joanne have 5 children and 26 grandchildren.
Greg J Matis
2015 to Present
Greg J. Matis has lived in Draper since 1996 with his wife Kellie and their three children. Mr. Matis is Deputy General Counsel with Intermountain Healthcare. He is an adjunct professor at the J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU, where he teaches health law and policy. He serves on the Board and Executive Committee of the Economic Development Corporation of Utah. He also serves on the Board of the Draper Community Development Corporation. Mr. Matis has a B.A. from Brigham Young University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Chicago, where he was on the managing board of the University of Chicago Law Review. After law school, he clerked for the Tenth Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals.