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Hi I'm Patsy Ann Wilcock Seibert

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am married to a most amazing generous and eternal husband who has taught me so much. I am a mother of four daughters and two sons and a grandmother of twelve. I also have fourteen great grand children. My husband and I share two more daughters and another son, plus eight more grand children and eight more great grand children. I have lived in eighteen different homes and eight different states. My husband was in the United States Air Force and served his country for twenty six years. We have been acquainted with so many people over the years and feel so priviledged to call them all friends. I am the family genealogist and love family history. My husband and I served a two year mission in Salt Lake City in the Family History Library. We also served as the directors of the Family History Center for eight years. We are now serving as Stake Indexing directors. My hobbies are sewing, cooking, crocheting and spending time with my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints at the age of eight. Living in Utah, I had supposed that everyone everywhere were Mormons. I cannot recall reading the scriptures as a family. We were not permitted to go to church until we were old enough to behave ourselves. When I married my convert husband, he taught me almost everything about the gospel that I now know. I am so grateful for the gospel. I am so blessed to be sealed together to my family in the Temple. I owe so much to my ancestors who joined the church in England and traveled to Utah and struggled with the saints to give to me this religion that I hold so dear. The gospel gives me hope and I know if I am worthy that after this life I will be with my Savior and I can learn and progress even more.

How I live my faith

I have served in many positions in the wards and branches where we have lived. Each time I have taught lessons or served in leadership positions I have grown. Everytime I have felt inadequate I have recieved help on my knees asking my Father in Heaven for His support. I'm grateful for the different organizations in the church that help children, youth and adults and give everyone an opportunity to serve. (and recycle the elderly). I love visiting my sisters each month and seeing my friends each Sunday. The Church is my life.