Elder Lynn G. Robbins
Elder Lynn G. Robbins was sustained as a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 1, 2000. He had previously served in the Second Quorum of the Seventy since April 5, 1997.
He previously served as president of the South America South Area, the Central America Area, and the North America West Area. He has also served in the North America Central Area.
His numerous years of Church service also include being a full-time missionary in the Argentina North Mission as a young man and serving as president of the Uruguay Montevideo Mission (1994-1997).
He received a bachelor of arts degree from Utah State University. In 1977, he received his MBA in world business from the American Graduate School of International Management. In his professional career, Elder Robbins was one of the founders of Franklin Quest, which later became Franklin Covey, publishers of the Franklin Day Planner. He finished his career there when he was called to preside over the Uruguay Montevideo Mission in 1994.
Lynn Grant Robbins was born on October 27, 1952, and raised in Springville, Utah. He married Jan Nielson in 1974. They are the parents of seven children and have thirteen grandchildren.
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Full Name Lynn G. Robbins
Born October 27, 1952
Place of Birth Springville, Utah, United States