Sunday, November 23, 2008

Arizona Phoenix Mission

Arizona Phoenix Mission

MissionSite.Net--Elder Ty Reed 2009-2011

MissionSite Net--Sister Sheena Walker

MissionSite.Net--Elder Spencer Wilson 2010-2012 Cari Stevens Hawkins 1996-1997 John Allen 1999-2001
Glen Arnold 1985-1987 Matt Bambrough 1997-1998 Shane Bankhead 1988-1990 Francis Bay 1986-1988 Danielle Naef–Belliston 2004-2005 Jon Bennett 1968-1970 Jason Bennett 1991-1993 Joel Blackburn 1985-1987 Jana Burnham 1994-1995 Joe Caceres 1991-1993 Willy Wallace–Carpenter 2006-2007 Allen Carr 1986-1988 Neal Crazier 1996-1998 Craig Cheney 1989-1991 Bret Chesworth 1986-1988
Spencer Christensen 1994-1996 Michelle Convey 1988-1990 John Crookston 1997-1999 Kenn Danielsen-Jensen 1987-1989 Stephen Davidson 1990-1992 Ian Douglas 1992-1994 James Durden 1987-1989 Meisha Ferrell 2002-2003 Jon Fruehan 1988-1989 Jared Gillins 1998-2000 Adam Gillis 1970-1972 Tod Goelz 1996-1998 Tonya Grayson 1987-1988 Kelly Gunness 1991-1993 Kristine Gyllenskog 2000-2002
Nathan Hamson 1999-2001 Cheri Anderson–Hardman 1993-1995 Sharon Shumway–Hickson 1988-1989 Ryan Hobbs 1994-1996 Mark Holderness Karen Howe 1992-1994 Mike Huss 1985-1987 Jorge Janeiro 1987-1989 Mark Jepson 1997-1999 Nicholas Johnson 1998-2000 Irene King Nixon 1979-1980 Tinly Krey 1992-1994 Devon Kuhlman 2004-2006
Dennis Laborada 1985-1987 Todd Larson 1997-1999 Angelique Lay Eric Luke 1992-1994 Eric Marley 1985-1987 Joseph Maughan 1993-1995 Patricia Mcclain 1991-1992 John Millward 1986-1988 Cynthia Jackson–Monk 1995-1997 John Monson 1988-1990 Victor Mukukuza 2006-2008 Jeffrey Neuberger 1991-1993 Ronald Nix 1986-1988 Evelynn Osuna 1985-1987 Brooks Pace 1997-1999 Deborah Pea 1976-1978 Calvin Perry 1995-1997 Chris Peterson 1995-1999 Sione Piutau 1996-1998 Stephen Pulley 1999-2001 William Queen 1986-1988 MickeyAnne Roberts 1993-1995 Mark Robinson 1975-1977 Justin Robinson 2002-2004 Jared Sampert 1995-1997
Brad Schmidt 1995-1997 Eric Schriever 1994-1996 Todd Brown–Shaul 1997-1999 Carol Shine 1989-1990 Karen Silvers 1997-1999 Erik Skogstad 1988-1990 Steven Smith 1989-1991 Jake Smith 2001-2003 David Solomon 1998-2000 Jacob Stellmon 1975-1977 Judd Stucky 1988-1990 Mike Sumner 1992-1994 Craig Swartout 1989-1991 Aaron Tedfrord 1997-1999 Frits Tessers 1997-1999 Mervlyn Kahumoku–Tomberlin 1993-1995 Cody Toone 1997-1999 Chris Ward 1998-2000 John Webster 1998-2000
David Widdison 1982-1983 Neil Wilkinson 1997-1999
Andrew Williams 1999-2001


Dear Elder--Elder Brandon Clark

MissionSite.Net--Elder Landon Bouwhuis

MissionSite.Net--Elder Julian Hidalgo

MissionSite.Net--Elder Ty Reed

MissionSite Net--Sister Sheena Walker

MissionSite.Net--Elder Spencer Wilson


“New Mission Presidents Now in Place,” (Paul Sherman Beck) Ensign, July 2008, 77–78

"New and Returning Mission Presidents," (new mission president Paul S. Beck, former mission president C. Scott Gill) Church News [Saturday, 1 March 2008].

"New Mission Presidents," (Paul Sherman Beck) Church News [Saturday, 19 January 2008].

“New Mission Presidents Begin Service,” (C. Scott Gill) Ensign, July 2005, 75–76

"Mission Presidents for 122 Missions," (new mission president C. Scott Gill, former mission president Craig L. Booth) Church News [Saturday, 26 February 2005].

"New Mission Presidents," (Charles Scott Gill) Church News [Saturday, 19 February 2005].

"New Mission Presidents," (Craig L. Booth) Church News [Saturday, 30 March 2002].

"New and Returning Mission Presidents," (new mission president Craig Lang Booth, former mission president Nigel George Wappett being transferred to new Arizona Mesa Mission) Church News [Saturday, 9 March 2002].

"New Mission Presidents," (Nigel George Wappett) Church News [Saturday, 24 March 2001].

"New and Returning Mission Presidents," (new mission president Nigel George Wappett, former mission president Isaac Clyde Ferguson) Church News [Saturday, 10 March 2001].



“Elder Val R. Christensen Of the Seventy,” Ensign, May 1998, 104

Gerry Avant, "New General Authorities: Second Quorum of Seventy," (Val R. Christensen) Church News [Saturday, 2 May 1998].

"13 New General Authorities Called," (Val R. Christensen) Church News [Saturday, 11 April 1998].

Shaun D. Stahle, "Laughter is the Medicine of their Happy Marriage," (couple missionaries Bill and Ilene Critchfield) Church News [Saturday, 26 October 1996].

"Five Are Released After Five Years of Service," (former mission president Ballard Washburn released from Second Quorum of Seventy) Church News [Saturday, 7 October 1995].

"New Temple Presidents," (J. Ballard Washburn called as president Las Vegas Nevada Temple) Church News [Saturday, 29 April 1995].

Mike Cannon, 'Honored for Efforts to Heal, Taking 'Road Less Traveled,' He Served Navajos on Reservation," (J. Ballard Washburn) Church News [Saturday, 1 October 1994].

“Q&A: Questions and Answers--My family and Church leaders are always talking about how important the temple is. But I’m not sure I understand. Why is it so important?,” (Elder Zellhuber) New Era, Jan 1994, 17

"Missionaries given helmets," Church News [Saturday, 21 November 1992].


Steve said...

Sister Washburn passed away in Dec o 2008

Dr. B said...

Idaho Press Tribune Obituary

Barbara H. Washburn

1929 - 2008

Barbara H. Washburn, 79, passed away Dec. 4, 2008, at her home in Nampa, Idaho.

She was born on June 10, 1929, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Ford Howell and Aileen Bingham Harries. Barbara graduated in June of 1951 from Brigham Young University with a degree in Home Economics.

Barbara married J Ballard Washburn on Sept. 20, 1951, in the Salt Lake City Utah LDS Temple. They helped to pioneer the small town of Page, Ariz., where he served as a medical doctor and they raised their 10 children.

Barbara was preceded in death by her parents and her only sibling, James Harries.

She served faithfully in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as companion to her husband while he served as the President of the Arizona Phoenix Mission. She served as temple matron while her husband served as President of the Nevada Las Vegas Temple. She served with her husband while he was a member of the Second Quorum of Seventy, spending three of those years in Africa.

She is survived by her husband, J Ballard Washburn of Nampa; their 10 children Mark (Glenda) Washburn of Page, Jay (Lori) Washburn of Boise, Katie (Shannon) Pearce of New Plymouth, Andy (Ann) Washburn of Crestline, Calif., Jim (Sonya) Washburn of Nampa, Beckie (Ted) Rudder of Nampa, Rich (Yvette) Washburn of Nampa, Dave (Kelly) Washburn of Nampa, Dan (Heidi) Washburn of El Paso, Texas, Joe (Jennifer) Washburn of Salt Lake City, Utah; 58 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Also included are special foster children Marc (Holly) Washburn of Mesa, Ariz., and Kathy (Ron) Clanton of Medford, Ore.

The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13,at the Nampa South Stake Center, 7809 Deer Flat Road. The family will greet friends at 10 a.m. Internment will be at 11 a.m. Monday. Dec. 15, at the Page Cemetery in Page, Ariz. Arrangements are under the direction of Zeyer Funeral Chapel, Nampa.

Anonymous said...

I am looking for anyone who served in the Phillippines Naga Mission from 1992-1994 with Elder Brett Buckmister. Brett passed away 10 years ago on March 21st. He was a Highway Patrolman killed in the line of duty. This March we are marking his passing with a picnic to remember him. I would like to find as many that served with him from the states I can. Please email me at if you knew Brett.

Thank you!

Cathie Buckmister
Brett's Mom

Kim Hoyler-Bennett said...

I am trying to locate my 2 sister missionaries that taught me the lessons. I was baptized in Flagstaff Az in Aug of 1990. One sister was from France and the other was from East Germany. My journal that I kept during that time was stolen with other belongings many years ago, but I would like to know how they are. Please contact me with any info... (

Thanks, Kim Hoyler-Bennett