Angel Partners, Inc. is a supporting contributor of projects relating to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Their sponsorship is significant in helping student employees who digitize family histories. These students are not only supported financially as they work and attend school, but they also receive unique technical training that will be of value to them after they leave the university.
Ira and Mary Lou Fulton have contributed greatly to BYU and to the Harold B. Lee Library's digital archives. Their donation funded the high-tech equipment used to digitize family history accounts in this collection. President and CEO of Fulton Homes in Phoenix, AZ, Ira and his wife have been major supporters of BYU education. President Cecil O. Samuelson recently stated, "Not only have they generously given of their means but also of their time and talents."
Rex and Ruth Maughan are valued friends of the Harold B. Lee Library. With over 40 years of experience as a business executive and as founder, chairman of the Board, and President of Forever Living Products International, Inc., Rex has established a record of helping others. With their generous support of the Digital Library, Rex and Ruth are helping BYU students, faculty, and others around the world achieve their goals.
Leslie and Floris Gold have always been involved in family history. Together, with their daughter Sally, they intensely researched their own family history, compiling 23,000 names of family members. The Golds met in Salt Lake City and moved to Oregon where they started a successful nursery business.