Preparing to Split Up, General Primary Presidency Reflects on 5 Years of Service

by | Mar. 28, 2015

News from Utah

The three women who have spent the past five years together running the LDS Church's international children's organization are splitting up.

One of them is leaving the Primary General Presidency for a new calling, so all three have bittersweet feelings heading into the faith's springtime general conference, which begins Saturday night with the General Women's Session.

"If you learn one thing about me, I'm sentimental," Sister Rosemary M. Wixom, the Primary general president, said this week, "but if you learn another, you'll learn that we are a unified presidency. This is three voices that harmonize, so of course, this is a tender time."

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