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Meet President Heber Grant Ivins


President Ivins

Andrew Jenson, Vol. 4, p.346, 444

Biographical Account Taken From the LDS Biographical Encyclopedia written by A. Jenson,

Church Historian in the Years 1917-29, Provided by D. Staples, Kansai Branch, Japan.

Ivins, Heber Grant, president of the Japan Mission from 1912 to 1915, was born Sept. 2, 1889, in St. George, Utah, a son of Anthony W. Ivins and Elizabeth Snow. He was baptized when eight years old, was set apart Oct. 28, 1910, for a mission to Japan, and presided over the Japan Mission from Oct. 24, 1912, to July 24, 1915. He returned to his home in Utah Aug. 21, 1915.

Ivins, Heber Grant, second counselor in the Cottonwood Stake presidency, Utah, from 1927 to 1929, was born Sept. 2, 1889, in St. George, Utah, the son of Anthony W. Ivins and Elizabeth Snow. He was baptized when eight years old, filled a mission to Japan in 1910-1915, and was set apart as second counselor in the Cottonwood Stake presidency Nov. 20, 1927.

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