Lee Bryner

Profile Updated: December 17, 2009
Residing In: Knoxville, TN USA
Spouse/Partner: Carol Hansen Bryner (Timpview class of 1983)
Occupation: Accounting Manager with Kimberly-Clark Corp.
Children: Children: boys 4; girls 0

Jordan, born in 1988, currently serving LDS mission in Tacoma, Washington. More… Will attend BYU in Winter of 2010.

Parker, born in 1992, currently a sophomore at Farragut High School

Cole, born in 1993, currently a freshman at Farragut High School

Austin, born in 1997, currently in sixth grade at Farragut Middle School
What I've been doing since high school:

I served a LDS mission in Sydney, Australia. Graduated from BYU in Accounting. I was married just before graduating and moving to Dallas, Texas in July 1986. I worked with a hotel management company for about 2 1/2 years.

I then took a job with Kimberly-Clark Corp. Some of our products are Huggies diapers, Pull-ups training pants, Kleenex facial tissue. I worked in the Corporate Reporting department for just over 3 years then transferred to South Carolina to work at one of our plants. I worked there two years as a cost analyst then transferred to Knoxville. I held several accounting positions over 11 plus years. The last We then transferred to our Ogden, UT plant that make Huggies and Pull-ups. Thanks to all of you who have helped fund my pension and 401K or should I say 101K. I transferred back to Knoxville in July 2008. Wow where has the last 20 years gone.

Carol and our four boys are the light of my life. We have have blessed with good health, good employment and great friends. Having lived in the southwest and southeast for many years it was fun living in Layton for three years. We taught our boys to snow ski and they love it. Too bad they won't have the same opportunity to ski as often now that we are back in Tennessee. Carol worked at Snowbasis two seasons so we took advantage of that beautiful resort. We did water ski in Knoxville in October this past fall when Utah was getting one of the first snows of the year so perhaps things will balance out between the types of skiing we do.

I don't know how many soccer games I gone to over the years but all four boys have played and enjoyed various levels of success and enjoyment. Can some tell me why soccer has off sides it would be so much more exciting without that one rule.

Posted: Mar 09, 2014 at 10:00 PM
From our back deck in Knoxville.