Assistant Institute Teachers and Campus Advisor
Professor Emeritus Ted Marshall and his wife, Jeannie, were called in September 2012 to be the assistant Institute teachers in the Owingsville Ward - Morehead State University LDSSA and Institute Program.
Sister Marshall was previously a surgical operating room assistant. Before that she was a respiratory therapist.
Brother Marshall is the former bishop of the Owingsville Ward. For many years he served as chair of the MSU Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Criminology, and he still enjoys being a scorekeeper at the University's basketball games. Previously he served as a social services administrator, a Commonwealth of Kentucky prison warden, as well as an associate adjunct professor at the University of Kentucky.
Brother and Sister Marshall were sealed for time and eternity in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Las Vegas Temple. They have five children and five grandchildren a and thoroughly enjoy being with the Institute students and their friends.
The professor may be contacted at email@example.com or at 1-606 / 776-4188.
L. R. HUGHES
Colonel, USAF Retired
Nickname: 'Brother Colonel' or 'BC'
LDSSA Faculty Advisor
Morehead State University
895 Eagle Drive – 3rd Green
Eagle Trace Golf Course
Morehead, Kentucky 40351-7417
606/207-4578 (cell/no voice mail)
780-0091(home/no voice mail)
After graduating from the University of Florida, L R Hughes served 34 years in military assignments ranging from Army Counter Intelligence and Air Force OSI Special Agent to his last assignment as deputy commander of the Missouri Air National Guard. During breaks in active-duty, enlisted as well as reserve and National Guard service, he completed two graduate degrees at the University of Missouri, the last one from its School of Journalism. The retired air force officer has also served as dean and state lobbyist for Lincoln University (Mo.). Since there is no Kiwanis Club in Morehead, Kentucky, he maintains his membership in Greenville, North Carolina. When his wife became a department chair in Tennessee, they discovered their daughter, a straight “A” student, could not read on grade level. And as a dyslectic, he was limited in what he could do to improve her reading skills. However, after her principal agreed to assign Hilary to the best reading teachers, he retired and became a full-time, all-day, everyday volunteer in her elementary school for six years. If asked about this, Hilary smiles and says, “I was grateful for Dad’s help, but equally glad that they would not let him come with me to middle school!” When not performing the duties of “Provost’s (Provost) Trailing Spouse,” a title given him in jest by his wife’s president, he enjoys being a “Purple Martin Landlord” and making his own bow ties.