Danny Brock has a degree in business from Utah State University and has a Utah State Contractor license. He spent 27 years as Senior Vice President of Aladdin Industries, a small manufacturing company. Danny later developed and managed the Business Partnership program for Deseret Industries. He currently serves as a full-time missionary at BYU-Hawaii in the Career Services Department managing a group of student mentors, helping with internship needs, and is the University Chaplin. He is an advisory board member for the Salvation Army. He is also a commissioner for relations between The Church and the Boy Scouts of America. He is the recipient of the Silver Antelope award, one of the highest honors given by the Boy Scouts of America.
Danny was raised in Huntington Beach, California and was a member of the Western Avenue Baptist Church. He joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when he was 15 and went on a mission to the New York, New York City Mission when he was 19. He served as a scoutmaster, as a bishop on two separate occasions, as a mission president in the South Africa Durban Mission, and as a stake president for nine mission branches.
Elder Brock and his wife, Kelly, have been married for 45 years. They have three children—Molly, Charlie, and Joe—all of whom are married. They have nine grandchildren. Elder Brock loves his family, baseball, and dirt bikes.