Mormon Politician Dies
Berkely Bunker, the first Southern Nevadan to serve as a United States
Senator, and faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints died on Thursday at the age of 92.
Bunker, first U.S. Senator from Southern Nevada, dies at 92
Last Thursday was going to be a very special day for 92-year-old life long
Church member, Berkeley L. Bunker. The
Clark County School District based in Las Vegas, Nevada was going to
officially dedicate and name a new school in his honor and he was to be the
featured speaker that evening.
East High hoopster enjoys a watered-down vacation
For Christmas vacation, East High's
Noah Eyre helped install a water system in a small village in Bolivia where
residents previously used burros to bring fresh water into the
Businessman Paul Buehner dies at 86
Paul Buehner, former president of what was then the Ohio-West Virginia
Mission (now the Ohio Columbus Mission), died Thursday, January 21st at LDS
Hospital in Salt Lake City from complications of heart disease. He was 86.
Former Missionary with rare illness
A 30 year old Latter-day Saint in Kaysville, Utah, is dying from a rare
disease that his wife believes he may have contracted on his mission
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Mormon discovers Medical supplies face Y2K threat
Laureen West, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
is on a campaign to make sure that medical issues get the attention they
need in light of possible Y2K problems.
Obituary: He helped develop highway crash barriers
Salt Lake City native and World War II Army Veteran, Grant W. Walker was 73
when he passed away Saturday.