J. Spencer "Spence" Kinard was a reporter for KSL television when he was invited to replace Richard L. Evans as voice of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Kinard had previously worked for CBS in New York. He spent 18 years as the voice of the choir.Kinard attended the University of Utah, where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in 1966. He went to work for CBS News in New York, where he also completed a CBS News fellowship at Columbia University.

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  • J. Spencer "Spence" Kinard was a reporter for KSL television when he was invited to replace Richard L. Evans as voice of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Kinard had previously worked for CBS in New York. He spent 18 years as the voice of the choir.Kinard attended the University of Utah, where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in 1966. He went to work for CBS News in New York, where he also completed a CBS News fellowship at Columbia University. He returned to Utah in 1971 to work for then-CBS affiliate KSL-TV in Salt Lake City. After covering the funeral of Richard L. Evans that November, he became determined to break the story of who would replace Evans as voice of the choir. In the meantime, Alan Jensen (who had substituted for Evans from time to time) announced for the choir.In January 1972, Kinard was invited to audition for the position of announcer. He was introduced to the choir the next week and officially took over the helm at the Tabernacle Choir's Music and the Spoken Word broadcast in February 1972, where he continued for 18 years. In the meantime he remained at KSL, where he gradually gained more responsibilities and eventually became news director.On November 1, 1990, the Deseret News reported that Kinard had resigned as vice president of news and public affairs for KSL:The next day, the Deseret News followed up with an article entitled "Kinard - At His Request - Is Released From Choir Post". Howe was a Saturday evening anchor at WTSP in Tampa Bay, Florida. She married the top news anchor, Pat Minarcin, in 1997, but that marriage ended in 2006. Howe was let go from WTSP in September 2008.Kinard went on to become deputy director of the Utah Travel Council, where he worked for nearly twelve years until his 2006 retirement. Kinard is a member of the board of trustees of the University of Utah. He has been chairman of the national Radio-Television News Directors Association and was president of the University of Utah Alumni Association (2005–08).
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  • J. Spencer "Spence" Kinard was a reporter for KSL television when he was invited to replace Richard L. Evans as voice of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Kinard had previously worked for CBS in New York. He spent 18 years as the voice of the choir.Kinard attended the University of Utah, where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in 1966. He went to work for CBS News in New York, where he also completed a CBS News fellowship at Columbia University.
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