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Hi I'm Wileen

I am a Mormon who ran several home businesses while raising 5 children. Manager of Beehive Clothing, now Distribution for 20 yrs.

About Me

I grew up on a farm in a small community. Graduated in Home Economics Education from BYU. Married while still in College and had my first son just after graduation Had a sewing business out of my home selling children's custom made clothing Loved being a mom and homemaker With 3 children gone from home and 2 older I went to work as a manager for Beehive Clothing, now LDS Distribution for 20 years. Retired in 2009. Enjoy sewing quilts and other projects 16 Grandchildren who keep me active

Why I am a Mormon

I was born a Mormon but grew up in a nonactive household. I attended meetings most of the time alone or with my sister. My friends were Mormons as well and they influenced me. During Seminary at my school I felt the spirit so many times that I became very committed to be married in the Temple. I held fast and loved the Lord. While reading the Book of Mormon again in a very quiet room in my BYU apartment I had a very strong realization that the book was really true. That Christ would come again in the flesh upon the earth. That feeling had a great impact on me. I married in the Temple and have raised our children to have a faith like my husband and I. I am happy with my life and what the gospel brings.

How I live my faith

I have been an active Mormon doing what I have enjoyed. I have taught many primary children and was Primary President twice. Relief Society teaching was my favorite calling and worked there for many years. I also have been in the Relief Society Presidency a few times, Visiting Teacher, Homemaking leader, Humanitarian leader and many other fun positions. My faith has guided me throughout my child rearing days. It was a guide for me to know what to do when the children needed extra guidance.