June 16, 1980|
March Air Force Base
|Known for||various accomplishments, certifications, awards|
Bart has worked in a wide variety of fields and is currently an avid cyclist.
Bart was born on 16 Jun 1980 to Marlynn and Kevin Humphries. Just before Bart was born, Kevin was a Second Lieutenant in the Air Force and Marlynn was teaching third grade at Live Oak Elementary (Fontana).
- Gospel in Action, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 21 Jun 1992
- Perfect Attendance, Ramona Alesandro Elementary School, '88-'89
- Stanford Achievement Test, Apr 1991, 10 years old -- scored 99-9 in a few categories (the highest you can score), so I was invited to take the college SAT
- 31 Jan 1992, First Semester Honor Roll, Mary Putname Henck Intermediate School
- 17 Jun 1992, Second Semester Honor Roll, Mary Putname Henck Intermediate School
- 1993, Mathematics and Verbal Talent Search conducted by the Johns Hopkins University, placed with distinction in Verbal by scoring higher than the average college-bound twelfth-grade student CTY
- 1993, Specal Honors for being among the highest scoring participants in the West Coast Talent Search Region
- May 1994, Honors in GSE for First-year Algebra (top 14% of 103,700 students)
- 28 Jun 1993, Second Semester Honor Roll, Mary Putname Henck Intermediate School
- 1994, Varsity Cross Country, Rim of the World High School
- 22 Jun 1994, Second Semester Honor Roll, Mary Putname Henck Intermediate School
- '94-'95 GPA of 3.0 or above while participating in Boy's Track (Track & Field)
- 01 Jun 1995, Director's Award, Rim of the World High School Concert Choir -- this was my third year singing with Mrs. Ekedal and I was the #2 Tenor in the choir, but school rules stated that a choir letter required two years of high school singing.
- 17 Jun 1995, Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Volunteer Service, Lake Arrowhead Branch Library
- 01 Feb 1995, Certificate of appreciation for significant contribution of services as a volunteer in the national forests.
- May 1995, High Honors in GSE for Geometry (top 9% of 84,731 students)
- 28 Aug 1995, Certificate of appreciation for significant contribution of services as a volunteer in the national forests.
- 1995, Varsity Cross Country, Rim of the World High School, second year
- 1996, Cast/Rabbi's Son in Fiddler on the Roof, Rim of the World High School
- 1996, Good rating in the 1996 Annual Vocal Solofest (with a cold)
- 1996, Varsity Cross Country, Rim of the World High School, third year
- '96-'97 Thanks from the Food Service Department at Rim of the World High School for working on the Cafeteria Team (scrubbing pots/pans, serving food)
- 1996, Scholar-Athlete, for maintaining a GPA of 3.5 or above while participating in Cross Country
- 1996, Participant, first ever Youth Harmony Camp with the Barbership Harmony Society (3rd from the left, second row from the top)
- 29 Oct 1996, ASVAB results; AA 98-97, VA 97-95, MA 95-95, WK 98-98, PC 94-90, AR 91-94, MK 97-95, GS 96-98, AS 67-96, MC 99-99, EI 89-99, NO 31-19, CS 95-85 (NO was the first subtest given, I didn't know how short the time was and thought I had forever on each question like I would if it was the SAT)
- May 1997, Honors in GSE for United States History (top 16% of unknown students)
- 1997, Noah Claypole, Oliver!, Rim of the World High School
- 1997, Boys State delegate, sponsored by the American Legion
- 07 Feb 1998, Rim High Schol Silver, San Bernardino County Academic Decathlon
- '97-'98 Thanks from the Food Service Department at Rim of the World High School for working on the Cafeteria Team (scrubbing pots/pans, serving food)
- 1998, Recognition in GSE for Written Composition (top 34% of students)
- 1998, High Honors in GSE for Government/Civics (top 7% of students)
- 1998, ACT English 26, Mathematics 26, Reading 34, Science Reasoning 31, Composite 29
Sound of Music
Mention playing Captain Von Trapp in the Sound of Music, include newspaper references
Small ones from the Rim High Choral Department, Rim of the World Communities Scholarship Council,
- Faith in God, Cub Scouting (Boy Scouts of America), 29 Mar 1990
- 18 June 1991, awarded Arrow of Light and graduated from Cub Scouting
- Eagle Scout -- see below
- 22 Jan 1994, Babysitting Certificate Class, Mountains Community Hospital
- National Physical Fitness Award, signed by George Bush, President of the United States of America x3
- Pictured in the Sun newspaper in costume for the 4th Harry Potter movie release
- Pictured in the Sun newspaper in costume for the 2nd Transformers movie release
- Mauel, Ed (20 May 1993). "4 from Rim of the World shoot for stars in talent competition". The Sun (San Bernardino). Los Angeles Newspaper Group. p. B4.
- Carreiro, Ken. "Students do 'Fiddler' proud". Crestline Courier News. Brehm Communications, Inc.
For a too-brief shining moment, the shtetl world of Tevye, wife Golde, their daughters, along with Yente, Lazar the butcher and scores of other Rim High actors, crew, musicians and friends has settled in the lake Arrowhead communities with an eight-performance run of "Fiddler on the Roof," now on the boards at the Rim High Performing arts Center. . . .
- Mauel, Ed (20 Jun 1997). "Legion chooses Boys State delegates". The Sun (San Bernardino). Los Angeles Newspaper Group. p. B2.
Post 360, Lake Arrowhead -- Charles Burton, Nathan Cooper, Dustin Grethen, Andrew Hamilton and Bart <last name removed for now>, Rim of the World High.
- California State Assembly
Bart's goal when he was young was to be able to say (in response to most every occupation), "Yeah, I've done that. I know all about that -- it was my job." He's worked in over 30 different occupations in almost as many different fields.
Bart is an Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America. The Court of Honor was held Wednesday, 1 December 1999 and the public was invited. Invitations were sent to the following, who mainly responded with a letter of congragulations. The positions listed reflect their positions held at that time.
- Boy Scouts of America: John W. Creighton Jr, President; Jere B. Ratcliffe, Chief Scout Association
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Young Men's General Presidency, Robert K. Dellenbach, F. Melvin Hammond, John M. Madsen
- Roman Catholic Church, Pope John Paul II (signed picture), Apostolic Nunciature United States of America, Archbhisop Gabriel Montalvo, Apostolic Nuncio (signed the letter for Pope John Paul II)
- Ronald Reagan
- Jimmy Carter
- Gerald R. Ford
- George Bush, also signed by Barbara Bush
- Bill Clinton, also signed by Hillary Rodham Clinton
- Alabama, Don Siegelman
- Alaska, Tony K-illegible
- Arizona, Hane Dee Hull
- Arkansas, Mike Huckabee
- California, Gray Davis
- Colorado, Bill Owens
- Delaware, Thomas R. Carper
- Idaho, Dirk Kempthorne
- Illinois, George H. Ryan
- Indiana, Frank O'Bannon
- Iowa, Thomas J. Vilsack, also Sally J. Pederson the Lt. Governor
- Kansas, Bill Graves
- Kentucky, Paul E. Patton
- Louisiana, M. J. "Mike" Foster, Jr.
- Maine, Angus S. King, Jr.
- Massachusetts, Paul Cellucci
- Mississippi, Kirk Fordice
- Michigan, John Engler
- Montana, Marc Racicot
- Nebraska, Mike Johanns
- Nevada, [[[Kenny C. Guinn]]
- New Jersey, Christine Todd Whitman
- New Mexico, Gary E. Johnson
- New York, illegible, My E. Poti?
- North Carolina, James B. Hunt, Jr.
- North Dakota, Edward T. Schafer
- Ohio, Bob Taft
- Oklahoma, Frank Keating, also included autographed picture
- Oregon, John A. Kitzhaber, M.D.
- Pennsylvania, Tom Ridge
- South Carolina, Jim Hodges
- Tennessee, Don Sundquist
- Utah, Michael O. Leavitt
- Vermont, Howard Dean, M.D.
- Virginia, James S. Gilmore, also Anne O. Ottera the Secretary of the Commonwealth
- West Virginia, Cecil H. Underwood
- Wyoming, Jim Geringer
- American Legion, Alan G. Lance Sr, National Commander, Rob W. S-illegible, National Adjutant, illegible, Chairman National Americanism Commission
- Central Intelligence Agency: George J. Tenent, Director
- Crystal Cathedral: Robert Schuller
- DaimlerChrysler: Bob Eaton, Chairman
- Department of Agriculture: Dan Glickman, Secretary
- Department of Commerce: Olivia M. Dole
- Department of Defense: William S. illegible, Secretary
- Department of Defense: Harold Heilsnis, Director for Public Communication
- Department of Energy: Bill Richardson, Secretary
- Department of Education: Richard W. Riley, Secretary
- Department of Health and Human Services: illegible, Secretary
- Department of Labor: Alexis M. Herman, Secretary
- Department of Treasury: Lawrence H. Summers
- Dreamworks SKG: Steven Spielberg
- Federal Bureau of Investigation Director: Louie Freeh
- Freeport-McMoran Copper and Gold: James R. Moffett, Chairman of the Board/Chief Executive Officer
- House Democratic Leader: Dick Gephardt
- Joint Chiefs of Staff: Henry H. Shelton, Chairman
- McDonnell Douglas: Sanford N. McDonnell, Chairman Emeritus (Past National President)
- Member of Congress: Jerry Lewis -- gave a flag that had been flown over the White House on 17 Oct 1999
- Moose International (Loyal Order of Moose): illegible -- DR something?, Director General, James Morgan, Assistant Director
- NASA Astronaut: Tom Jones
- NASA Astronaut: James A. Lovell
- National Rifle Association: Wayne LaPierre, Executive Vice President, also Edward J. Land Jr, Secretary
- National Park Service: Robert Stanton, Director
- National Sheriffs' Association: A. N. Moser, Jr., Executive Director
- Office of the Attorney General: Janet Reno
- Office of the Speaker: United States House of Representatives, J. Dennis Hastert
- Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations: Richard Holbrooke
- Sons of Confederate Veterans: Patrick J. Griffin III, Commander-In-Chief
- Sons of Union Veterans: Danny L. Wheeler, Commander-In-Chief
- Sons of Union Veterans Sgt. William Pittenger Camp 21: Bob Lowe
- Supreme Court of the United States of America: Clarence Thomas Associate Justice
- United States Army: Lieutenant General Daniel W. Christman, West Point Superintendant
- United States Coast Guard: Rear Admiral D. H. Teeson, Coast Guard Academy
- United States Navy: Captain James F. Boland Jr., Commander United States Maritime Defense Zone Atlantic
- United States Navy: Captain J. M. Kudla, Special Assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations (Public Affairs)
- United States Navy: Amiral Jay H. Johnson, Chief of Naval Operations
- United States Navy: Vice Admiral J. R. Ryan, Superintendant U. S. Naval Academy
- United States Postal Service: Willin J. Hender, Postmaster General, CEO
- Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States: John W. Smart, Commander-in-Chief
- Walt Disney Company: Michael D. Eisner, Chairman and CEO
- Wendy's International Inc.: R. Dave Thomas
- William Wrigley Jr. Company: Anne Marie Vela, Consumer Affairs Coordinator