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After serving an LDS Mission to Tennessee Doug married Stacy Kimball in 1985. They have 4 children, Jamie Hansen, Kacie Ballard, Whitney and Tucker. Doug also has 4 grandkids, Mattie Ballard, Jet Ballard, Grady Hansen and Izzy Hansen. Doug worked for Delta Air Lines as a customer service agent part time while managing several ski rental shops in Park City and trying to finish up a Bachelors Degree in Business. In April 1990 Doug started his full time career at Provo Land Title. Doug enjoys outdoor recreation especially cycling, skiing and running. Doug has competed in many triathlons, skiing and cycling events. Doug also enjoys spending time with his wife on vacation to warm and secluded destinations. Doug currently serves on the Planning Commission in Woodland Hills and has served as past Parade Chairman for the Utah County Home Builders Parade of Homes. Doug has served in various church callings and been involved on various committees revolving around the Title Industry.




Stacy was born and raised in Provo and resides locally with her husband, Gordon. They have 2 great children. Stacy’s daughter and husband blessed Stacy and Gordon with their first grandbaby, a girl, in November 2010 and she is one of the greatest joys in Stacy’s life. Stacy loves her family very much and enjoys being with them whenever she can.Stacy began working at Provo Land Title in September 1978 (when there was only one office). She started out as areceptionist and has done every job at Provo Land from escrow, deliveries, recording and title. But for the past 20+ years she has been typing all of the commitments and owners and lenderstitle policies. She enjoys typing the best of all the jobs she has done here and is proud of her work and enjoys everyone she works with.When Stacy is not at work, the thing she loves the most (next to tending her granddaughter) is going 4 wheeling with her husband in their RZR. She enjoys the outdoors and camping and loves decorating her home for the holidays inside and out.





Brian has worked as an escrow officer with Provo Land since 2005 and has worked in all three of their office locations, St. George, Provo, and Orem. He is married to Brielle and they have three boys, Cougar, Beckett, and Calloway (yes, those are their real names). Brian finds many ways to serve in the community and loves spending time with his kids. In his free time Brian loves music and sports, especially golf.






Bob was born and raised on Long Island, New York. He later graduated from BYU’s Law School in 1977 and has been a member of the Utah State Bar since then. He married Paula Morris from Mesa, Arizona. They have three daughters and seven grandchildren and they all reside in Springville. He has spent his career in the title business, serving as the President of the Utah Land Title Association in 2001. His off-hours fun time is spent four-wheeling all over the mountains of Utah.






Holli began her career in the title industry in 1992 working for JL Mecham. In 1998 she was hired by Darcia Day and began her career at Provo Land Title. She is responsible for reconveyances, clearing and payoffs.Holli is married to her best friend, Larry. They have 2 daughters, Kortni and Sadie. Holli enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, reading, local history, genealogy, dusty road trips, collecting old “junk” and other treasures.














Paul V. Child began work in the title industry in 1990, with First Montana Title of Hamilton. He also worked part-time for Ravalli County in the Recorder’s office. Paul earned an Associates degree in Accounting from Northwest College in Powell, WY. In 1993, he returned to school at Brigham Young University to study computer science and accounting while working part-time for Pro-Title and Escrow. Paul returned to full-time status with Pro-Title and became licensed in Utah, in both title and escrow. He was offered a position at Provo Land shortly following the passing of the company’s founder, Wayne Pinder. Working for years in Utah County, Paul knew well of the quality reputation of Wayne and Provo Land, and jumped at the opportunity. He has been working in the title department for Provo Land ever since. Paul enjoys the outdoors, hiking, photography, cooking and movies. He has also continued in his love of hockey since his years in youth leagues in Anchorage, AK. Paul pursued a career in broadcasting that began while he was still in high school in Cody, WY and continued until beginning his career in the title industry. Paul is married to Jackie, who together have three children and two grandsons.





Troy C. Christensen comes from a long line of title officers; his father (Jerry), two uncles (Glen and Scott), and his brother (Todd) are title officers as well. Troy began working in the title industry in 1992 at Security Title and Abstract where he was trained to search title and record documents. In 1999, Troy had the opportunity to continue his career in the title industry with a company he considered to be one of the most respected title companies in the valley; Provo Land Title.Troy enjoys spending time with his family in the outdoors, hunting and fishing. He also enjoys coaching his boys in baseball and other sports. He also loves to play softball. Troy is married to Denise, who together, have two great children.








April 1, 1990 is the date both Doug and Kevin started at Provo Land Title. To put that into perspective: John Stockton had received his first NBA All Star, George Bush Sr. was starting his second year as President and the Dow Jones hit a record high that month at 2,878. Returning to Utah from Denver, and having graduated in Economics from BYU the previous year, Kevin thought his time at Provo Land would last only a few months until starting on his MBA. Fate and luck kept him working at the family owned company. Wayne Pinder, the founder and President of Provo Land Title, unexpectedly passed away in Tonga in June of 1997. The employees and family rallied to maintain the success and character of the company. Provo Land will proudly celebrate its 45-year anniversary in January 2012.Kevin grew up in Provo and married, Tamara Clark, a girl down the street. There were 8 years between their first date (roller skating in 5th grade) and their second date (having just graduated High School). But once they began dating, they both felt it was just a matter of time. “Matter of time” indeed, as they recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. They have five children, Bryce, Nichole, Malory, Josh and Kate. Kevin enjoys ultra-marathons, biking, skiing, and snowshoeing.






Matt started his title career as a runner in the spring of 1993. After about 10 months and the influence of a lot of great people, Matt decided to serve an LDS mission. Two years later (and a brief stint at BYU Idaho) he returned to Provo Land early in 1996, where he has worked ever since. Matt has performed nearly every job at PLT working as runner, recorder, payoffs & disbursing, escrow assistant and now as an Escrow Officer since 1999. Besides his work family, he also has a family at home. He and his wife Kelly have five boys Kaden, Kasen, Kyler , Kort and Kooper. They spend most of their free time being outside camping, riding dirt bikes, playing baseball and other sports.






Konnie Trone, better known as ‘Grandma Brown Hair’ to her grandkids, has been with Provo Land Title for 19 years. She has spent the better part of those years as an escrow processor and loves the interaction with all those she converses with on a daily basis. In fact, one of the things she has enjoyed most while working here is the friendships that she has made along the way.She loves to scrapbook, but most recently loves to blog. She loves taking pictures, and although she doesn’t consider herself a photographer, every now and then she captures just the shot she’s looking for. Another love is traveling. She loves the coolness of the mountains and the peacefulness of the ocean, and whether near or far, it’s just fun to get away. Although she enjoys blogging, photography, and traveling, she gets her greatest enjoyment from her grandkids, who mean the world to her.





Now this is the story all about how 
my life got flipped, turned upside down. 
 I’d like to take a minute just sit right there,
I’ll tell you how I became the princess of a job at PLT. 

In west Spanish Fork born and raised, 
on the playground where I spent most of my days 
chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool 
and all shooting some b-ball outside of the school.
When a couple of guys, they were up to no good 
started making trouble in my neighborhood. 
I got in one little fight and my mom got scared 
And said “You’re going to go work for Doug and Kevin, you’re going to work there.” 

I whistled for a cab and when it came near the 
license plate said “PLT” and had a dice in the mirror.
If anything I could say that this cab was rare, 
but I thought nah, forget it, yo homes don’t be scared! 

I pulled up to a very nice commercial space about seven or eight or eight o’ five (usually)
and I yelled to the cabby “Yo, homes smell you later!” 
Looked at my kingdom I was finally there, to sit on my throne as the princess of PLT.






Randy is in his fifth year with Provo Land working as the Director of Marketing and overseeing all national title orders. Randy comes to the Title Industry after owning and operating Hyde Park Nurseries in Orem for the previous 10 years. Prior to the nursery business, He spent 5 years working in professional baseball as Public & Media Relations Director & Assistant GM in the the Independent Western Baseball League, as well as in the Cal League in the Dodgers organization.Randy was born and raised in Southern California, spending his teen years as a beach bum and competed on the high school surf team. He served an LDS mission in England and then attended USC: the University of Saddleback College. Randy now lives out the glory years playing city league softball and indoor soccer hoping to avoid injury. Although single, Randy loves women, playing most sports, cooking, wake surfing, watching the Dodgers, and traveling to anywhere with a beach. Randy is also a wave photographer, and spends all his vacation time in the ocean searching for the perfect wave. Randy’s mom hopes that he plans to (eventually) one day settle down, get married, and have an entire team of babies who he can then coach, and most likely get ejected from their sporting events.