Raymond Uno (Emeritus)
1930-38: Born in Ogden, Utah in 1930 (Raised on or around infamous 25th Street).
1938 – 1942: Moved to El Monte, California. My first experience of a segregated school (Mexicans and Asians).
1942 – 1945: Evacuated to Pomona Assembly Center Spring of 1942 and then shipped by troop train to Heart Mountain, Wyoming (Concentration Camp).
1945 – 1948: Ogden, Utah.
1949 to 1952: U.S. Army (stationed for 2 years and 7 months in Japan).
1952 to 1953: Ogden, Utah
1953 to present: Salt Lake City, Utah. I lived briefly near the University of Utah and Holladay and since 1959 in the Avenues.
1945(spring): Dishwasher (Heart Mountain, Wyoming).
1946 (summer – 1 month): Farm laborer and cannery worker (Davis County).
1946 (summer – 2 months): Gandy Dancer (laying railroad tracks), Extra Gang, U.P. RR in Palisade, Nevada
1947 (summer) Section Hand, U.P. RR Ogden, Utah.
1946 to 1948: part-time maintenance work, Esther Hall, Ogden, Utah.
1948 to 1952: U.S. Army, 319th Military Intelligence Service (Interpreter, Translator and Interrogator) and, 441st Counterintelligence Corp (Special Agent), Tokyo, Japan.
1952 (summer): Washrack (removing paint from bombers), Hill Air Force Base, Utah.
1952 to 1956 (Winter break): U.S. Postal Service (Mail carrier), Ogden and Salt Lake City.
1954 (summer): Storm door and window assembler, Salt Lake City.
1955 (summer): Credit card company, clerk-typist, Salt Lake City.
1955 to 1956: Filing clerk for Drs. Business Bureau (part-time), Salt Lake City.
1956 to 1957: Correspondent, Allied Radio Co., Chicago, Illinois.
1960 to 1961: Caseworker, Salt Lake County Welfare Department, Salt Lake City.
1961 to 1963: Business Manager (part-time), Western Humanities Review, Department of English, University of Utah.
1963 to 1965: Referee, 3rd District Juvenile Court, State of Utah.
1965: Deputy County Attorney, Salt lake County Attorney’s Office.
1965 to 1969: Assistant Attorney General, State of Utah.
1970 to 1976: Private legal practice, firm of Madsen, Uno and Cummings, Salt Lake City.
1976 to 1978: Judge, Salt Lake City Court, Salt Lake City.
1978 to 1984: Judge, 5th Circuit Court, State of Utah, Salt Lake City.
1984 to 1990: Judge, 3rd District Court, State of Utah, Salt Lake City.
1993 to 2002: Senior Judge, 3rd District Court, State of Utah, Salt Lake City.
2003 to present: President, 5 Buck Pizza, Rose Park and Tooele.
1948: Graduated from Ogden High School
1948 to 1949: Diploma, Military Intelligence Language School, Presidio of Monterey, California.
1950: Certificate, Special Agents School, Headquarters, 441st Counterintelligence Corps., Tokyo, Japan.
1952 to 1954: Associate of Science, Weber Junior College, Ogden, Utah.
1953 to 1955: Bachelor of Science, Political Science, University of Utah.
1955 to 1958: Juris Doctor, College of Law, University of Utah.
1958 to 1959: Secondary Teaching Certificate, College of Education, University of Utah.
1960 to 1963: Masters in Social Work, College of Social Work, University of Utah.
1995: Honorary Doctor of Humanities, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah.
1955 to1970: Salt Lake Judo Club.
1960 to1970: United States Judo Black Belt Federation.
1965 to1970: Instructor, Salt Lake Judo Club.
1970 to1972: President, Black Belt Association, Salt Lake Judo Club.
1961: President, Utah Citizens Organization for Civil Rights.
1959 to present: Utah State Bar Association.
1959 to 1977: American Bar Association.
1969 to 1976: American Trial Lawyers Association.
1963 to 1970: Board, American Civil Liberties Union, Utah Chapter.
1974 to 1979: National Advisory Committee, American Civil Liberties Union.
1964 to 1977: Academy of Certified Social Worker.
1972: President, Utah Conference on Social Welfare.
1964 to 1965: President, Salt Lake Chapter, Japanese American Citizens League (JACL).
1969 to 1970: Coordinator, Civil Rights Program, National JACL.
1970 to 1972: President, National JACL.
1972 to 1974: Legal Counsel, National JACL.
1968: Candidate for Utah State Senate, District 1.
1970: Chairman, Salt Lake County, Volunteers for Re-Election of Senator Frank E. Moss.
1971 to 1974: Board, National Center for Voluntary Action, Washington, D.C.
1965 to 1974: Board, Friends of the Salt Lake City Library.
1971 to 1974: Legal Counsel, Spanish Speaking Organization for Community, Integrity and Opportunity (SOCIO).
1972 to 1973: Salt Lake County Government Study Commission.
1973 to 1976: Board member and secretary, Salt Lake City Public Library.
1974 to 1975: Chairman, Utah State Advisory Committee, United State Commission on Civil Rights.
1977 to 1980: Board of Directors, Alumni Association, University of Utah.
1982 to 1985: Board, Executive Committee and Treasurer, Utah Mental Health Association.
1986: President, Board of Governors, Project Reality.
1991 to 1995: Board, Norman S. Anderson Award Fund
1991 to 1995: Advisory Board, College of Social and Behavioral Science, University of Utah.
1991: President (Co-founder), Utah Minority Bar Association.
1991 to 1995: Board, Utah Martin Luther King, Jr. Human Rights Commission, State of Utah.
1993 to 1995: Chairman, Executive Board, Asian Association of Utah.
1994 to 2000: Board, Friends of KUED.
1995 to 1996: Chair, Utah Japanese American Centennial Committee.
1997 to 2007: Diversity Advisory Board, University of Utah Health Sciences Center.
1998 to present: National Advisory Board, Weber State University.
2001 to 2007: Alliance for Unity.
2001 to 2007: Board, Center for Documentary Arts.
2002 to 2005: Emeritus Board, University of Utah Alumni Association.
2003 to present: President, Japanese Community Preservation Committee, Salt Lake City.
2004 to present: Trustee and President for 2009, Salt Lake City Mosquito Abatement District.
2005 to present: Honorary Chair (Co-founder), Utah Asian Chamber of Commerce.
1969: Nisei of the Biennium, Intermountain District Council, JACL.
1970: Albert Fritz Civil Rights Worker of the Year Award, Utah Chapter, NAACP.
1974: Humanitarian Award, WIMBO (White, Indian, Mexican, Black and Oriental), Hill Air Force Base, Utah.
1974: Gold Medallion, Japanese American of the Biennium, National JACL.
1979: Honorary Life Membership, Utah State Conference on Human Services.
1990: Utah District Court Judges Association, Service Award.
1991: Golden Phoenix Award, Asian Association of Utah.
1993: Recognition, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
1994: Honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree, Weber State University.
1994 and 95: Certificate of Appreciation, Council on Aging, Salt Lake County Aging Services.
1996: “Once in a Hundred Years Award,” in recognition of significant contributions to the community, Salt Lake County Centennial Committee, Utah Centennial 1896-1996.
1997: Certificate of Appreciation, Oral History Institute (now Center for Documentary Arts), for service from 1982-1995.
1998: Honoree, Utah Minority Bar Association.
1998: Award, Advancement of minorities in the Law, Utah State Bar (Annual award given in my name).
2000: Award, for service as President 1999 to 2000, Board of Senior Judges.
2000 and 2001: Certificate of Appreciation, Service Core of Retired Executives, Salt Lake Chapter.
2002: Lifetime Achievement Award, Association of Asian American Studies.
2002: Certificate of Appreciation for service as a Senior Judge from July 1993 to January 2002, Utah Judicial Council.
2004: Five Year Service Award, Service Corps of Retired Executives Association, U.S. Small Business Administration.
2005: Spirit of Excellence Award, The American Bar Association, Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Profession.
2005: Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Award, Salt Lake Branch, NAACP.
2006: Merit of Honor, Emeritus Alumni Association, University of Utah.
2008: Martin Luther King, Jr. Drum Major Award, Governor’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Human Rights Commission.
2008: Lifetime Achievement Award, Utah Asian Chamber of Commerce.
2008: Special Presidents Award, National JACL Convention, Japanese American Citizens League.