David McAllister’s career focused mostly on Healthcare. He was the co-founder of a hospital management company which managed/owned 40 hospitals in rural communities. He served on the Board of Directors for several of those hospitals. Late in his career, David was co-founder of a firm which owned 35 assisted living facilities, many of which focused on the care and treatment of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. David was active in Scouting, earning the Silver Beaver Award. He graduated from Brigham Young University in accounting and is a CPA. David and his wife, Lora, are members of the President’s Leadership Council at BYU, and served as national co-chairs for BYU-TV fundraising for six years. They have served two missions, in Sydney, Australia, and on Temple Square. Lora graduated from BYU in elementary education and was a second-grade teacher for two years before starting a new career – motherhood. Her love for teaching was practiced in the home with their children and in numerous teaching and leadership positions in her church resonsibilities. Lora and David have three children and are grandparents of nine.