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President Byron R. Christensen

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Spouse: Zelma
Served: 1997 - 2000
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Webmaster note (2005-02-18): President and Sister Christensen moved back to Halifax to serve as the temple president and matron in late 2004.


Saturday, April 5, 1997
LDS Church News

Byron R. Christensen, 62, Canada Halifax Mission; Vancouver 3rd Ward, Vancouver Washington West Stake; temple sealer; former stake president and counselor, high councilor, bishop, ward mission leader, seminary and Sunday School teacher; owner of Glass Doctor of Oregon Inc.; attended the University of Utah; born in Salt Lake City to Edward Marion and Marie E. Miller Christensen; married Zelma Anderson, five children. She is stake Relief Society president's counselor; former temple ordinance worker, stake missionary, stake representative for social services, ward Primary and Relief Society president; attended Clark College; born in Spring City, Utah, to Lars Kent and Beatrice Faure Acord Anderson.- Lee W. Crayk, 45, Mexico Monterrey South Mission; Willow Creek 9th Ward, Sandy Utah Willow Creek Stake; stake president; former high councilor, stake Young Men president's counselor, bishop and counselor, ward Young Men president, and missionary in the Ecuador Mission; owner of Quality Linen Supply; attended the University of Utah; born in Los Angeles, Calif., to Donald Edward and Marlene Joy Shaw Crayk; married Connie Greenwall, five children. She is ward Laurel adviser; former ward Young Women president, Primary president's counselor, Relief Society teacher, Primary teacher, and Sunday School teacher; born in Salt Lake City to Robert Axel and Ilene Norma Worthington Greenwall.

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