LDS siblings, nurses serve in Liberia

Family trips with siblings LouAnn, Leon and Lynn Randall don’t include much leisure time because when these siblings get a chance to reunite, they meet up on service missions in third-world countries.

All three are graduates of BYU's nursing program and work as registered nurses. LouAnn, 55, of Pocatello, Idaho, works as a recovery room nurse; Leon, 57, of Chico, Calif., is director of surgery at his hospital; and Lynn, 53, of Maplewood, Minn., is a CRN anesthetist.

Together, the siblings travel across the globe on service missions for Children’s Surgery International, a nonprofit that provides medical services to children in underprivileged areas. Lynn is on the board of directors for the organization and got his siblings “hooked” on service, LouAnn says.

The siblings’ most recent trip was a 10-day mission to Liberia in January.

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