Author, The Other Eminent Men of Wilford Woodruff
Vicki Jo Anderson has dedicated over 10 years of her life researching the great eminent men and women who appeared to Wilford Woodruff in 1877 in the St. George, Utah temple. Vicki graduated from Brigham Young University with a B.S. degree in Sociology then went on to earn a M.A. degree in History form Coral Ridge Baptist University (George Wythe Campus). She was awarded four grants from BYU to assist in the research project. She is a former home schooler, past president of Arizona Charter School Association and owner of Zichron Historical Research Institute. She is the mother of eight children and has lectured extensively throughout the Southwestern United States.
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Not sure if anyone will see this comment, but did this author ever write a book about the “eminent women” that had their temple work done?
Unfortunately, we are not aware of any completed volume for the eminent women.
The last time I talked to her and asked that question, she said that the world was not ready for that book. I wish she would publish it anyway, at least for us LDS members.
I serviced in Paraguay/Uruguay mission from May of 1975 to June of 1977. When did you serve?