- 1 When did Howard W Hunter become the prophet?
- 2 Did Howard W Hunter serve a mission?
- 3 Which LDS prophet was in a wheelchair?
- 4 Where is Howard W Hunter from?
- 5 Did Thomas S Monson serve a mission?
- 6 Where is Ezra Taft Benson buried?
- 7 What did Boyd K Packer do for a living?
- 8 When was Boyd K Packer born?
- 9 Where is Cody Judy now?
When did Howard W Hunter become the prophet?
Hunter, a former corporate lawyer, became the 14th “prophet, seer and revelator” of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on June 5 after the death of former U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson.
Did Howard W Hunter serve a mission?
In 1940, about a year after Howard graduated from law school, he was called to serve as bishop of the newly created El Sereno Ward in California.
Which LDS prophet was in a wheelchair?
Hunter in a Wheelchair. President Howard W. Hunter seated in a wheelchair in the BYU Jerusalem Center.
Where is Howard W Hunter from?
Did Thomas S Monson serve a mission?
President Thomas S. President Monson served as president of the Church’s Canadian Mission, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, from 1959 to 1962. Prior to that time he served in the presidency of the Temple View Stake in Salt Lake City, Utah, and as a bishop of the Sixth-Seventh Ward in that stake.
Where is Ezra Taft Benson buried?
Benson was buried near his birthplace in Whitney, Idaho, at the Whitney City Cemetery.
What did Boyd K Packer do for a living?
Boyd Kenneth Packer (September 10, 1924 – July 3, 2015) was an American religious leader and former educator who served as president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 2008 until his death.
When was Boyd K Packer born?
Boyd K. Packer was born on September 10, 1924, in Brigham City, Utah, to Ira W. and Emma Jensen Packer.
Where is Cody Judy now?
Cody Judy, convicted of aggravated burglary for charging the podium during a President Hunter address, will be released on parole from the Utah State Prison today. Judy will be in the care of a halfway house for three to six months and then monitored by a parole officer for up to six more years.