Melinda Evva Barlow, born in Los Angeles, California, to David McKay Barlow and Lorraine Jex Barlow; loves to spend time with her 15 nieces and nephews; earned a bachelor's degree in marriage, family, and human development from Brigham Young University; vice president of inside sales at HireVue, Inc. in South Jordan, Utah; former Relief Society president, stake Relief Society counselor, stake Young Women board member, Sunday School teacher, and full-time missionary in the Germany Hamburg Mission.
Robin F. Bonham, born in Murray, Utah, to Emily Enniss and Lloyd Phillip Stone; married Brent R. Bonham, six children; former YSA stake Relief Society president, ward Young Women president, Primary president, Relief Society president, Gospel Doctrine teacher; served a three-year mission with husband in the India Bangalore Mission.
Anne H. Clegg, born in Chicago, Illinois, to Clark A. Hall and Françoise Fouché Hall; married Richard Clegg, six children (one deceased); received a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in French with a minor in dance; former ward Young Women president, Relief Society president, stake Young Women and stake Relief Society presidency member, early-morning seminary teacher, Primary chorister, and Church-service missionary; served a full-time mission with husband when he was mission president in the Spain Bilbao and Malaga Missions.
Ana Gaertner DeAgostini, born in Brazil to Levy and Alice Gaertner; married Henrique DeAgostini, four children; bachelor’s degree in business and marketing; Portuguese translator/interpreter and voice talent for the Church; former ward Young Women president and Relief Society and Primary teacher.
Stacey H. Edgington, born in Boise, Idaho, to Quinten and Kathallene Homer; married Bradley L. Edgington, five children; received a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University; former stake and ward Relief Society president, stake and ward Young Women counselor, stake and ward Primary counselor, and Church-service volunteer in the Relief Society Building.
Sandra Rogers, daughter of Orson W. and Elaine Turley Rogers; raised in Joseph City, Arizona; served as a missionary in Manchester, Connecticut, and in the Philippines; graduated from Brigham Young University with a B.S. in nursing and completed graduate degrees at the University of Arizona and the University of California, San Francisco; current international vice president and former dean of the College of Nursing at Brigham Young University; has served in various capacities in Church auxiliaries and most recently as Primary chorister.
Elizabeth D. Rose, born in Provo, Utah, to Robert M. and Carol Clark Dunford; married Brent C. Rose, four children; received a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Weber State University; taught 3rd grade, full-time homemaker; former ward Relief Society president, YSA stake Relief Society counselor, ward and stake Young Women president, Gospel Doctrine teacher, Primary chorister, and full-time missionary in the Japan Tokyo South Mission.
Laraine S. Swenson, born in Chicago, Illinois, to Max H. and Roma Jeane Stock; married Douglas H. Swenson, seven children, seventeen grandchildren; attended Brigham Young University; former ward and stake Young Women president and Primary and Relief Society counselor and teacher; served with her husband for three years as he presided over the California Arcadia Mission.
Maria Luisa Torres, born in El Paso, Texas, to Jesus Raul Quesada and Julia Parada; married David J. Torres, five children; attended the University of California, Los Angeles and the University of Utah and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications and a minor in Spanish; served with her husband, who presided over the Guatemala North Mission; formerly served as a Jordan River Temple ordinance worker, stake Relief Society president, stake Primary president, ward Relief Society president, Young Women adviser, Primary presidency member, and full-time missionary in the Central American Mission (San Jose, Costa Rica).
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