Monday, May 24, 2010

Good News!

Our stake clerk Brother Scott Thomsen has a list of all the brethren who have served in the stake presidency during the last 25 years. What a relief! We'll be receiving that this week and will get to work contacting those men and their families for any memorablia they might be able to share. All physical items shared will be scanned and returned. It would also be great to collect personal memories and meaningful stories. Please leave a comment below or email me if you have something to share.

So the project at hand now is putting together an accurate (or as close as possible) list of those who have served in auxiliary presidencies. We decided to begin with the Relief Society. Many generous sisters have already given of their time to help compile this beginning of a list:

Edna Sargeant, President

1989(?)- 1994(?)
Marge Kramer, President
Bonnye Clugston, Education Counselor
Helen Englehart, Homemaking Counselor

Lena Halbert, President

Bonnye Clugston, President
Joan Cowell, Education Counselor
Linda Schack, Homemeaking Counselor
Sandy Hatchett, Secretary

Joan Cowell, President

1999 (?)
Cindy Johnson, President
Bonnye Clugston, Education Counselor
Linda Schack, Homemaking Counselor

Linda Schack, President

(?)- 2005
Karen Redfearn, President
Gaye Hayes, Education Counselor
Taffy McMullin, Education Counselor
Brandon Brazel, Homemaking Counselor
Pam Fleming, Secretary

Taffy McMullin, President
Bonnye Clugston, 1st Counselor
Brandon Brazel, 2nd Counselor
Tonia Burke, 2nd Counselor
Hilda Jenkins, 2nd Counselor
Erin Windbigler, Secretary
Jane McClanahan, Secretary

Shirley Kimber, President
Jane McClanahan, 1st Counselor
JoAnne Mihlfeld, 2nd COunselor
Janet Weaver, Secretary

Of course, this is not yet complete or entirely accurate. Can any of you help fill in the blanks or offer corrections? We know there are many more sisters who should be on this list.

Also, this photo was taken of the Stake RS Pres. in March 2010. I bet there are some similar photos hiding in scrapbooks out there. Could you take the time to find and share them. Wouldn't that make a wonderful Sunday afternoon project?


  1. My dad was the first stake president. So I think I'll point him at this blog.

  2. how do I post a picture? I am a blog baby, so to speak.

  3. Sara- if you email it to me, I'll gladly post it!