Elder Jensen honored for church history work

by | Nov. 26, 2012

Everything Else

Elder Marlin K. Jensen was “content, downright happy” to be working on his Huntsville, Utah, ranch and practicing law in nearby Ogden when, in 1989, the Lord called him at age 46 to serve as a General Authority. In October, he received emeritus status from the First Presidency and has “gone home.”

That observation was made by master of ceremonies Glenn Rawson at a November 14 dinner, during which the Junius F. Wells Award was presented by the Mormon Historic Sites Foundation to Elder Jensen.

Read the rest of this story at news.lds.org
Comments and feedback can be sent to feedback@ldsliving.com