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President Uchtdorf Mangum
Transcript of President Uchtdorf Mangum
-Fled to Zwickau
-Fled to Frankfurt in 1952 where he received an education in engineering. Mary Jane Neesa Tricia Mark Brad Lessons Learned
Experiences They were married in the Bern "Swiss" Temple They have been married for 51 years!
*President Dieter F. Uchtdorf was sustained as an apostle by President Gordon B. Hinckley on 7 October 2004. Joining the Church * In 1947 his family became members of the Church in Zwickau, Germany.After World War II, my grandmother was standing in line for food when an elderly single sister with no family of her own invited her to sacrament meeting.... My grandmother and my parents accepted the invitation. They went to church, felt the Spirit, were uplifted by the kindness of the members, and were edified by the hymns of the Restoration.... How grateful I am for a spiritually sensitive grandmother, teachable parents, and a wise, white-haired, elderly single sister who had the sweet boldness to reach out and follow the Savior’s example by inviting us to ‘come and see • Called to the First Presidency as second counselor Feb. 8, 2008 and sustained April 5, 2008. Patience Perseverance Hope 1959 1965-
1962 2012 Work Dieter Uchtdorf and Harriet Reich
married in 1962. President Uchtdorf enjoys hiking, biking, photography, travel, the arts, and being with family.