Through his mother, he is a 2nd great-grand-nephew of one of the three witnesses to the Book of Mormon, Martin Harris. During his ten years as a professor at the University of Chicago Law School, he also served as assistant state’s attorney for Cook County, Illinois, during the summer of 1964; as associate dean and acting dean of the law school; and as a visiting professor at the University of Michigan Law School during the summer of 1968. Be Wise. After graduation, President Oaks began his law career as a clerk to Chief Justice Earl Warren of the U.S. Supreme Court for a year and then moved to a private practice. Dallin Oaks was a radio announcer at KOVO when he was a student. (Screengrab from BYUtv) Apostle Dallin H. Oaks addressed racism and Black lives matter at a Brigham Young University address on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020. During his freshman year of college at BYU, President Oaks occasionally served as a radio announcer at high school basketball games. Since 1984, he has been a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).. President Dallin H. Oaks and Kristen M. Oaks. With time—and the help of a loving teacher and supportive mother—Dallin found his bearings in school and went on to do very well in academics. Dallin Harris Oaks (born August 12, 1932) is an American jurist, educator, and religious leader who since 2018 has been the First Counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. “She surely was one of the many noble women who have lived in the latter days. CES (Church Education System) Symposium on the Doctrine and Covenants and Church History - 16 August 1985 - Brigham Young University? ‘The thing I liked best this summer,’ the boy replied, ‘was the night you and I laid on the lawn and looked at the stars and talked.’” (Dallin H. Oaks, "Good, Better, Best" 2007 General Conference) Dallin H. Oaks earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. June and Dallin Oaks with daughters Sharmon and Cheri around 1956. Dr. Dallin H. Oaks, president of BYU, with President Spencer W. Kimball. President Dallin H. Oaks spoke at the “Be One” celebration of the 40th anniversary of ending the priesthood and temple ban for black LDS.. Together they have six children. Photo by Kristin Murphy, Deseret News. Dallin H. Oaks. Credit: Deseret News Archives. The Living Christ: The Testimony of the Apostles. Photo courtesy Deseret News Archives. Station managers liked to hire a “combination man”—a transmitter engineer who could double as an announcer—“but my voice hadn’t changed,” he recalls, laughing. We have a restored testimony of Jesus Christ, his true nature, and purposes. His call in 1984 to be an Apostle has prepared him to serve in the First Presidency. Dr. Dallin H. Oaks, president of BYU, speaks with students on campus. I see your faces—thousands of them. It was while he was announcing high school basketball games as a college freshman that he met his first wife, June Dixon. View Dallin H. Oaks’s professional profile on … His early broadcast training helped him develop his skill at public speaking. At the end of the summer he asked his teenage son which of these good summer activities he enjoyed most. Learn more about guidelines and necessary forms. From 1970 to 1971, he also served as executive director of the American Bar Foundation. His mother was the artist's model for The Pioneer Mother, a public statue in Springville, Utah. Before he was eight years old, his father, Dr. Lloyd E. Oaks, died of tuberculosis. Site Search. She earned a bachelor's degree in English, a master's degree in special education (both from the University of Utah), and a doctorate degree in curriculum and instruction from Brigham Young University. Photo by Church Public Affairs, courtesy of Deseret News Archives. President Harold B. Lee, left, President Joseph Fielding Smith, and President N. Eldon Tanner sit with Dr. Dallin H. Oaks, new president of BYU, during inauguration rites for Oaks at the Provo campus. His mother would later become the first woman to sit on the Provo City Council, and she worked as director of adult education for Provo City Schools. “Looking back on it, I’m sure my problems were due to the emotional disturbance of losing my father and mother at the same time. Elder Oaks recalled that he was blessed with “an extraordinary mother.”. “She gave me a great deal of responsibility and freedom. He is Lawyers (American Lawyer) by profession. BYU President Dallin H. Oaks speaks in Madrid. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. President Dallin H. Oaks and Kristen M. Oaks. Two years later, Elder Oaks married Kristen M. McMain in the Salt Lake Temple. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. And I loved the job. “It is up front a calling to spend the rest of your life, full-time, in His service and to spend your life testifying of His plan and His authority and His Atonement and His Resurrection and to participate, as assigned, in the leadership of the Church,” President Oaks explains. Elder Oaks’s father died when he was 7 years old, and his mother raised the three children on her own. November 7, 2006. Those days sweeping turned into an interest in radio, where he, before age 16, obtained a radiotelephone operator’s license, allowing him to operate a commercial radio station’s transmitter. Although he planned to work on the Utah Supreme Court until his retirement, only three and a half years after his appointment in 1980 he was called to be an Apostle. Elder Dallin H. Oaks answers interview questions at his office in the Church Administration Building in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, January 10, 2018. He resigned from the Utah Supreme Court and dedicated himself to his duties as an Apostle. Brigham Young University audio-visual materials, UA 1300. His first job was sweeping out a radio repair shop. Why do we claim to belong to the true church? . “He told me to call him back when I got to my hotel room,” President Oaks recalled. In 1974, Holland was appointed the Dean of Religious Education at BYU and was appointed as the eleventh commissioner of the Church Educational System two years later, replacing Neal A. Maxwell. Utah Supreme Court Justice Dallin H. Oaks, 51, is called to be an Apostle. He taught this about the purpose of education in the gospel of Jesus Christ: All our educational pursuits are in the service of God, for all these labors are to establish truth on the earth, and that we may increase in knowledge, wisdom, understanding in the power of faith and in the wisdom of God, that we may become fit subjects to dwell in a higher state of existence and intelligence than we … Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. He was named to the high court in 1980 after serving nine years as president of Brigham Young University. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Home About Us Publications Conferences My Gospel Study Videos & Podcasts. Photo by Kristin Murphy, Deseret News. Dr. Dallin H. Oaks as president of BYU. His father, who was an ophthalmologist, died of tubercul… When Brother Sonnenberg was called as president of the Chicago South Stake in 1970, he chose Dallin Oaks as his first counselor. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Kristen M. Oaks, wife of President Dallin H. Oaks (oldest child of Stella H. Oaks), has spent much of her life teaching. Proud dad and BYU President Dallin H. Oaks stands with his daughter Mrs. Sharmon Ward at her graduation. Education and career In 1954, President Oaks graduated in accounting from BYU with high honors and furthered his education at the University of Chicago Law School. In his pre-general-authority life, Pres. Photo depicts the handover of Encyclopedia of Mormonism and scriptures. As a young man, Dallin’s first job was sweeping out a radio repair shop. Sign In Sign Out. BYU President Dallin H. Oaks delights basketball fans as BYU mascot “Cosmo the Cougar” during a 1978 basketball game. L. Topics include the cleanliness of the campus, the honor code and the appearance of students and faculty. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Then it was on to the University of Chicago Law School. February 25, 2014. Religious Education. Dallin H. Oaks real name is Dallin Harris Oaks. Oaks was born in Provo, Utah, on August 12, 1932, to Stella Harris and Lloyd E. Oaks. Gordon B. Hinckley, BYU President Dallin H. Oaks, Sister June Dixon Oaks, and Sister Marjorie Peay Hinckley pose for a photo during the BYU Young Ambassador tour to China in April 1980. In 1961, the opportunity came to join the University of Chicago law faculty. President Dallin H. Oaks answers interview questions at his office in the Church Administration Building in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, January 10, 2018. Even in the midst of unique trials and challenges, we are truly blessed! The power of the Priesthood was restored. He later became a distinguished lawyer, president of BYU, a Utah Supreme Court Justice, and a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Four months after he completed his service as president of BYU, Utah Governor Scott M. Matheson appointed him to the state Supreme Court. President Dallin H. Oaks of Brigham Young University demonstrates his prowess at driving a tractor when administrative officials were guests at the university’s 700-acre farm near Spanish Fork. This left young widow Stella H. Oaks with three children—Dallin, the oldest; Merrill, now a released General Authority and retired ophthalmologist; and Evelyn, now Mrs. Lyman Moody of Provo. Dallin Oaks’s industry and scholarship won him the opportunity, after graduation, to serve as law clerk for the chief justice of the United States Supreme Court. President Dallin H. Oaks addresses BYU students in his devotional talk in the Marriott Center. President Oaks and his family pose for a family picture. You'll also like: 3 Beautiful Memories from President Dallin H. Oaks That Helped Him After the Passing of His Wife June. In July 1998 June Oaks died of cancer. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Dallin H. Oaks speaks to a capacity crowd at his inauguration as president of Brigham Young University in 1971. He served with President Lysle R. Cahoon and John Sonnenberg, first counselor. Photo courtesy of Church News archives. The First Presidency (below) on January 16, 2018. While there, he oversaw the creation of the J. Reuben Clark Law School and the Graduate Business School. Sister June Oaks, wife of Elder Dallin H. Oaks. BYU President Dallin H. Oaks, top right, joins the Young Ambassadors in a cheer before taping in Kyiv, Soviet Union (now Ukraine). "As members of the Church, we have the gift of the Holy Ghost. Overwhelmed with responsibilities and overcome with grief, Stella Oaks had her children live with her parents for a time on a farm near Payson, Utah, just 12 miles south of Provo. Photo courtesy of the Deseret News Archives. ... Education Week devotional (unavailable) June 8, 2001. “I rejoice in the opportunity to give my full efforts to bear witness of Jesus Christ and proclaim the truth of His restored gospel.” —President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency. President Dallin H. Oaks was sustained and set apart as first counselor in the First Presidency and president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday, January 14, 2018. Photo by Mark A. Philbrick, BYU. Revelação; Revelation. President Oaks has become widely known for speaking frankly about challenging issues. Before long, however, that change took care of itself, and he was working regularly as an announcer and an engineer. I couldn’t imagine anything I’d enjoy more than what I was doing on the Supreme Court.”. In 1954, President Oaks graduated in accounting from BYU with high honors and furthered his education at the University of Chicago Law School. Dallin graduated from Brigham Young High School in 1950 and enrolled at BYU. They toured the milking parlor, granary, calf … Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. By Peggy Fletcher Stack | … Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Known for his bold teachings on religious freedom, the doctrine of the family, and gender equality, as well as encouraging young adults to plan dates rather than just “hanging out,” President Oaks has been a strong voice in teaching the doctrines of the gospel during his 34 years as a General Authority. President Oaks planned to serve in that position for 20 years, retire, and serve a mission. The children eventually returned to live with their mother in Vernal, Utah, where she accepted a teaching position. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Dallin grew up working to help his widowed mother. In addition to a demanding career, he served in a stake presidency and later as a regional representative. Witnesses of God. “When I got off the plane, I called home to see if it had really happened,” he recalled. Elders Boyd K. Packer, center, James E. Faust, and Dallin H. Oaks serve on the temple and genealogy executive council, June 6, 1987. Second, without any anticipation of June’s predeceasing me, I had kept records throughout our marriage of the gifts and inheritances she received from her parents, including what we purchased with those resources. President Oaks’s mother, Stella Harris Oaks, was a big fan of the work of Cyrus Dallin, a Utah artist. From 2002 to 2004 he served as Area President in the Philippines. He was called as a member of the church's Quorum of the Twelve Apostles He was given the name Dallin in honor of Utah artist Cyrus Dallin. Dr. Dallin H. Oaks at the J. Reuben Clark Law Building. He later attended law school at the University of Chicago on a three-year full tuition She encouraged me to have a job.”. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Dallin D. Oaks teaches primarily English linguistics courses in the department, including courses in traditional grammar and usage, history of the English language, early modern English, structure of English, and Old English. Elder Dallin H. Oaks Introduction. Dallin H. Oaks and the Hoax Salamander Letter 02/10/2010 - by Zeezrom. He served there for nine years, and was then appointed to the Utah Supreme Court. Elder Dallin H. Oaks discusses the progress of the Church in Czechoslovakia with Elder Martin Pilka, Czechoslovakia’s first missionary in recent times, March 16, 1991. After “13 sleepless hours,” it was announced to the Church—while he was on an airplane traveling to his meeting in Chicago, Illinois—that he would be a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Dr. Dallin H. Oaks with Elder Ezra Taft Benson at BYU commencement. Kristen was in her early 50s and had served a mission for the LDS Church many years earlier in the Japan Sendai Mission. On August 25, 2000, Dallin H. Oaks married Kristen Meredith McMain in the Salt Lake Temple. Newly sworn-in Chief Justice Richard J. Maughan administers the oath to Dallin H. Oaks, former BYU president. She died of cancer at age 65. President Dallin H. Oaks, first counselor in the First Presidency, addresses a group of social distancing students gathered in the Marriott Center on BYU campus on Oct. 27, 2020, for the first small gathering since the outbreak of COVID-19. He is the son of Lloyd E. Oaks (father) and Stella H. Oaks (mother). One of them was chairman of the University of Chicago Disciplinary Committee that was given responsibility to resolve charges against students involved in a 17-day sit-in at the school’s administration building during February 1969. V Provu je Misionářské tréninkové centrum, kam odjíždějí mladí lidé na dva měsíce předtím, než odjedou na dvouletou misii. Dr. Dallin H. Oaks, Justice of the Utah Supreme Court. At left, President Dallin H. Oaks, First Counselor. My dear brothers and sisters, I stand before you in great humility for the responsibility of addressing you on this occasion. He threw himself into study with characteristic intensity. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. He was born on August 12, 1932 at Provo, Utah, United States. 18 Quotes by Dallin H. Oaks, “TWO Great Commandments” by Sherri Jorgensen | -General Conference , Come Unto Christ Artwork , Dallin H. Oaks , God's Love , Keep the Commandments , Love We must try to keep both of the great commandments. He Oaks was … 1984). A year and a half after they met, the couple married in the Salt Lake Temple. We who know God’s plan and who have covenanted to participate have a clear responsibility to teach these truths. He says what it means is that he rarely does something only to have fun, but rather that “I just have fun at [whatever] I do.”. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Hon. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Before he was 16, he had obtained a first-class radiotelephone operator's license, which allowed him to operate a commercial radio station’s transmitter, and he found a job in radio. From the time he first worked for pay, “at eleven or twelve,” he has been continuously employed. (Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo) Combating racism and the … Dallin H. Oaks (1932- ) is an American attorney, jurist, educator, author, public speaker and religious leader.He was formerly a professor of the University of Chicago law school, a justice on the Utah Supreme Court, and president of Brigham Young University. Then it was on to the University of Chicago Law School. He was set apart as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in April 7, 1984. In 1963, he was called as second counselor in the presidency of the Chicago South Stake. After working for three years in a private law practice in Chicago, he returned to the University of Chicago, where he taught at the law school. President Oaks was born in Provo, Utah, on August 12, 1932. His fairness and diplomacy in handling the disciplinary action won admiration from students, faculty members, and the community. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. … She gave me a great deal of responsibility and freedom. In 1980, Holland became the ninth president of BYU, replacing Dallin H. Oaks Collected Talks of Dallin H. Oaks. It was 9:30 p.m., and he was eating dinner in a restaurant in Arizona when he received a phone call from President Gordon B. Hinckley, then of the First Presidency. Dallin Harris Oaks Lawrence R. Flake, Prophets and Apostles of the Last Dispensation (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2001), 535–38. Upon returning President Hinckley’s call, he heard the Church leader’s words—that the Lord had called him, Dallin Oaks, to be a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Photo by Spenser Heaps, Deseret News. BYU President Dallin H. Oaks, left, gets a handshake and hug from President Spencer W. Kimball. I remember when we were learning how to do long division. A year later, when he completed the clerkship, he returned to Chicago to enter private practice. Photo courtesy of Deseret Book. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. She was present at the unveiling of The Pioneer Mother, a monument in Springville, Utah made by Dallin. All three later served as regional representatives. That job would prove to be more than a hobby or source of income. She encouraged me to have a job,” President Oaks explains. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Nearly 34 years later, the seasoned Church leader has responded again to a prophet’s call to serve, this time in the First Presidency. Dallin H. Oaks (born 1932) a native of Provo, Utah, served as president of Brigham Young University, a Utah Supreme Court justice, and apostle of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Dallin Oaks’s industry and scholarship won him the opportunity, after graduation, to serve as law clerk for the chief justice of the United States Supreme Court. “I was stunned,” President Oaks has said of the experience. Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Get to Know President Russell M. Nelson, a Renaissance Man, Get to Know President Henry B. Eyring, Humble Servant. President Russell M. Nelson called Elder Oaks to serve as First Counselor in the First Presidency on January 14, 2018. President Spencer W. Kimball, BYU President Dallin H. Oaks, Elder Howard W. Hunter, and Dr. Daniel J. Boorstin chat before BYU commencement. In June of 1981, Justice Dallin H. Oaks speaks to an issue before him. The case was a Utah Power and Light probe of misuse of campaign contributions. Dallin Harris Oaks (born August 12, 1932) is an American attorney, jurist, author, professor, public speaker, and religious leader. He won praise for service as legal counsel to the Bill of Rights Committee of the Illinois Constitutional Convention in 1970. From 1979 to 1984, he served as chairman of the board of directors of the Public Broadcasting Service. Link to Vita. She was present for the unveiling of the statue less than three weeks before Dallin Oaks was born. Dallin H. Oaks, director of the Union Pacific Corp. and Union Pacific Railroad Co. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. 1975 Centennial Founder’s Day featured BYU President Dallin H. Oaks riding in horseless carriage. in Sperry Symposium Classics: The Doctrine and Covenants. In 1971, Elder Oaks accepted the responsibility of serving as the eighth president of Brigham Young University. “I was blessed with an extraordinary mother,” President Oaks recalls. On July 21, 1998, June died from cancer. While there he served as associate dean and acting dean. In a Church News article from April 1984, Sister June Oaks was quoted as saying, “He’d come home and say, ‘There may be smarter guys at that law school, but nobody studies as hard as I do.’”. October 13, 2009. If you're aware of any talks available online that aren't listed here, please let me know. Elder Dallin H. Oaks with his mother, Stella; brother, Merrill; and sister, Evelyn. Faith and trust in the Savior helped President Oaks through that experience. Dallin H. Oaks was born on August 12, 1932 in Provo, Utah. President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency has a motto: “Work first, play later.” His family, though, says they are tempted to change it to: “Work first, play never.” President Oaks is good natured about it. On April 6, 1984, Utah Supreme Court Justice Dallin H. Oaks was preparing for a confidential meeting with the Public Broadcasting Service board of directors. Elder Dallin H. Oaks? By President Dallin H. Oaks. Carl Albert, left, speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, and Rep. Gunn McKay, U.S. congressman from Utah, right, present part of the 15-volume U.S. Code to Dr. Ernest L. Wilkinson and President Dallin H. Oaks of Brigham Young University. Here, he pushes his youngest daughter, Jenny, in a backyard swing. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Religious Freedom. Contents. Photo courtesy of Deseret News Archives. Dallin H. Oaks: The Only True and Living Church. LDS Church President Russell M. Nelson, center, is announced as the 17th President of Church, Tuesday, January 16, 2018. Elder Oaks shares 3 reasons: The fulness of the Gospel was restored. By President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency Copied to Clipboard This address was given by President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at a devotional at BYU–Idaho October 30, 2018. Dallin H. Oaks Dallin H. Oaks Articles by This Author. “I just couldn’t concentrate. 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