Kendal and her husband Jim have been married for 11 years and reside in Harrisville, Utah. They have 4 children: Macy who is 11 years old, Laney who is 8 years old, Parley who is 4 years old and Coley who was born June 10, 2014.

   As a family they enjoy riding their horses: Jazmine, Spook, Dino, Dash and Sue and playing with their dogs: Bronco and Zero. They love to cook and entertain friends and family. They love to travel and experience other cultures and watch cooking shows and competitions together. They often argue over who the better cook is.

Kendal started Mary Kay as a college student, medical professional and horseback riding instructor. At the time Macy was 2 years old and Laney was on her way into this world. She continued her medical career working for a private urologist for a couple of years before 'retiring' when her boss did to stay home and raise their family. Since then she has moved up the career path to Sales Director and earned the use of 5 free cars: 2012 Chevy Malibu, 2012 Chevy Equinox, 2013 Ford Mustang, 2014 Chevy Cruze and her current career car the 2014 Chevy Equinox. During that time they added their boys Parley and Coley to the family. Kendal helps support their growing family with her Mary Kay income and has also earned numerous prizes including 2 diamond rings.
Kendal grew up in Warren, Utah. In rodeo she competed in Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, Goat Tying, Team Roping and Breakaway Roping. She was one of the only competitive girl team ropers of her time. She won numerous rodeo queen titles during her adolescence and was the Utah and National High School Rodeo Queen. She received her associates degree and attended Weber State University and Stevens Henager College. She now serves on rodeo queen committees and is active in her church and community.
   Jim grew up in West Warren, Utah and started working on dairy farms when he was 8 years old. He won a national FFA competition and is an Eagle Scout. He has owned 2 successful businesses and now works as a service manager at a company in Bountiful, Utah. He is a great example of service to his friends, family, community and church. 
   Macy is in 5th grade and loves riding her horse Jazmine in the youth rodeos, junior posse and 4H. She showed her goat Elliot in the county fair and won 1st place in her class. She is an avid reader and excellent student. She excels in her piano and guitar lessons. She was born with a rare blood cancer and endured 10 rounds of chemo valiantly! She has been in remission for 10 years and is a tenacious girl.

   Laney is in the 2nd grade and loves riding her horses and playing with her chicken Henrietta. She competes in the youth rodeo and won ribbons at the county fair with her goat Stormy and her chicken. She is a math whiz and loves to hold and cuddle babies. She is a great dancer and gymnast and has performed in the Nutcracker Ballet 3 times.
   Parley is in preschool and describes himself as a 'real cowboy'. He insists on wearing his spurs, cowboy hat and chaps everywhere he can get away with. He's his Pappa Bret's 'partner' and a great helper to his Mom. He competes in Dummy Roping, Stick Horse Barrels, Goat Ribbon Pull and Mutton Bustin (when he's feeling tough) in the Youth Rodeos. He loves to fish and play outdoors. He competed at his first county fair and also won a ribbon with his goat Blue.
   Coley is a little heart hero. He was born with a hypoplastic aorta and aortic valve. After his birth, he was in the hospital for 12 days and then underwent open heart surgery when he was 6 weeks old. He has surpassed all expectations of recovery and his cardiologists and surgeons have described him as a 'rockstar'. He has a strong spirit and is one determined baby boy! His loved ones have drawn strength and confidence from his trials and are grateful to have him in their lives.