Alma Moroni Jensen was born October 24, 1880 in Odense, Denmark to Marius Adolph Jensen and Anna Kirstine Larsen. He came to the United States in 1883. Jensen married Phoebe Harding on April 23, 1902. He served on the Sevier County Commission from 1926 to 1932. He supervised the development of a blight resistant sugar beet seed in 1924. He was an employee of Utah and Idaho Sugar Company for 45 years. He also superintended the construction of the Elsinore Plant for U and I. After he retired he owned the Jensen Motel in Richfield which bears his name to this day. Jensen died and is buried in Richfield, Utah.