Ron Saltmarsh

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Ron Saltmarsh is an American composer. He has written many TV and movie scores, and also written many country music songs.

Saltmarsh served as a missionary for the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) in Atlanta, Georgia.

Saltmarsh has a bachelors degree from Brigham Young University (BYU). Among those he studied under at BYU was K. Newell Dayley and Sam Cardon. Saltmarsh was part of the Young Ambassadors while at BYU. Saltmarsh also met his wife Calene while in the Young Ambassadors. He later earned an MBA also from BYU.

He was the lead composer for the music of A&E's Biography Series. He also was the composer for the thriller movie SIGMA. He has also done arranging for the band Diamond Rio.

In 1993 Saltmarsh became a vice president of Flashpoint productions and while there composed music for many SEGA games.

Saltmarsh has also done independent collaborations with Dan Truman.

Saltmarsh was a bishop of an LDS Church ward in Nashville for several years.

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