LDS adoption official cited for service

Having worked in LDS Family Services for 30 years, the adoption process has become a big part of Fred Riley's professional life.

Now Riley is being honored for his efforts. The National Council for Adoption (NCFA) will induct Riley and two others into the Adoption Hall of Fame, adding them to a distinguished list of adoption advocates who have worked diligently to help children find loving, permanent families.

Riley, currently the project manager for the LDS Church's Humanitarian Services, has served as the commissioner of family services for 12 years and on the NCFA board for 12 years.

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