Thursday, July 1, 2010

More Changes

Hello Dear Reader,
Shortly after the Rivergrove Chapel was dedicated the new stake house was finished for West Utah Stake. And shortly after that, the ward was assessed for a new seminary building and a new stake welfare farm. As poor as the members of the ward were, they quickly raised money to pay off their obligations. In at least one case, our ward was the first ward in the stake to pay off its assessment. Grandpa (Wes) Carter felt that he was greatly blessed by the experiences and opportunities that came through association with fine members of the Church--especially those in the Rivergrove 2nd Ward.

But things are seldom perfect. Grandpa began to feel that his business partner, Ray Taylor, was unhappy with Wes's church responsibilities especially when he had to take time off to conduct a funeral or other duties that interrupted their work day. Ray had no use for the Church and became increasingly critical. Wes decided that, after 13 years, it was time to dissolve their partnership.
Aunt Genni

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