Each Life That Touches Ours for Good .....

"What greater gift dost thou bestow, what greater goodness can we know,
Than Christ-like friends, whose gentle ways strenghten our faith, enrich our days.
When such a friend from us departs, we hold forever in our hearts
A sweet and hallowed memory, bringing us nearer, Lord, to thee."
Elder Craig J. Bradshaw, who served in our mission office,
passed away unexpectedly on Monday night, October 31, 2011.
His hard work and diligent service to all of the missionaries carried with
it Christ-like attributes of faith, charity, hope, and patience.
We love Elder and Sister Bradshaw and feel a huge loss.
May our Father in Heaven's blessings be with Sister Bradshaw
and her family.



  1. My condolences to the Bradshaw family. What a hard time for all. Our prayers will be with them.

  2. Praying for peace and comfort for the Bradshaws in their time of loss. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to them.

  3. Anonymous11/02/2011

    I told ELder Pinkerton to give Sister Bradshaw a hug for his mom. My sympathy goes to her and the family and I will add her to my prayers tonight for comfort.

  4. Anonymous11/27/2011

    Dear President:

    Elder Towns is leaving Yerington this week. Elder Rogers will take his place.
    Elder Towns will be missed greatly. He did a lot of good work here. He did a lot of good. He was a very great missionary. An example to his companion, a good example to the members and non-members of the Yerington, Nevada area. Amoung other things he encouraged and lead at least two of the young men in our ward to the mission field. He baptised several investagators while he was here and is leaving an investagator pool for others to follow-up on.

    Elder Rogers has large shoes to fill.

    Thank you for Elder Towns. Please send more like him.

    Thank you
    Bro. John Allred
    2nd Counselor
    Yerington Ward Bishopbric