L. Tom Perry

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Name: L. Tom Perry
First reported Sep 15 2014 - Updated Sep 15 2014 - 1 reports

Local Mormons Respond To Governors' Call To Feed The Hungry And Heal The Planet In Mid-Atlantic Day To Serve

Local Mormons participate in Mid-Atlantic Day To ServeLocal members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints(“Mormon” or “LDS”) are answering Governor TerryMcAuliffe’s invitation to joinan interfaith effort to serve the community as part a wide-reaching ... [Published Annandale Patch - Sep 15 2014]
First reported Sep 05 2014 - Updated Sep 05 2014 - 1 reports

Esther Lee Haws Wood

1975-2014 passed away peacefully at her home in Ephraim, on the morning of August 21, 2014, after a valiant ten-year battle with cancer. Esther was born in Mesa, Arizona, on July 15, 1975, to Terry Delmar and Barbara Lee Perry Haws. When she was six months ... [Published Davis County Clipper - Sep 05 2014]

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Local Mormons Respond To Governors' Call To Fee... [Published Annandale Patch - Sep 15 2014]
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Mormon Missionaries Find Work, Meaning in Commu... [Published God's Politics Blog - Feb 04 2014]
Mormon Makeover: Missionaries Ditching the Suit... [Published Mojo Feed | Mother Jones - Feb 04 2014]
Reconnecting with the Long March Sketches [Published Policy Review - Feb 01 2014]
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Mormon Missionaries Find Work, Meaning in Commu... [Published God's Politics Blog - Feb 04 2014]
In Northern California, the image of Mormon missionaries in dark suits and white shirts, knocking on doors at inconvenient times, is being replaced by the sight of these name-tag-wearing twosomes in blue jeans and T-shirts, hoeing gardens, scrubbing ...
Mormon Makeover: Missionaries Ditching the Suit... [Published Mojo Feed | Mother Jones - Feb 04 2014]
Mormon missionaries are universally recognizable worldwide. They're the guys in the starched white shirts, dark ties, and name tags often seen riding bikes through neighborhoods from DC to Monrovia, knocking on doors and trying to convert people just ...
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