ABOUT THE HUNTSMAN CANCER RESEARCH CENTER
For the Huntsman family, philanthropy is as much a part of life as business, and one without the other would be fruitless. Since 1993, when Jon and Karen founded the Huntsman Cancer Institute and Hospital at the University of Utah, the Huntsmans have been expanding the Institute into a 100-bed hospital with 1,700 full-time cancer researchers and clinicians and a genetic database of more than 10 million people. Jon Huntsman, a three-time cancer survivor who tried to visit patients at the Institute every week, is dedicated to finding a cure for the disease that took his mother, father, and stepmother.
ABOUT THE HUNTSMAN FAMILY
Jon Huntsman, patriarch of the Huntsman family, has close ties to the Teton Valley and believes in the rich history, the abundance of nature, and the western lifestyle of this beautiful mountain valley. The Huntsman family along with local partner Mike Stears, are committed to maintaining the natural surroundings by restoring and improving wildlife habitat and populations, and maintaining wildlife protection areas.
Huntsman Springs will remain true to the history of those that have come before by preserving and perpetuating a meaningful way of life for generations to come. Lives remain centered on family, community, character and a belief in conserving the natural beauty that graces the valley. Harmony and balance are carefully embraced with all things honorable, genuine and wholesome. The path hasn’t been worn; it’s only grown richer in tradition. Life at Huntsman Springs will offer its residents a diversity of experiences. From dinner at Markie’s- our community restaurant, to a morning stroll on our wellness path. Our community will be a place where your family will want to gather and where memories will be made and treasured.