Milestones of togetherness

"Families are forever and heaven is our goal."

William M. Evans

Married 70 years ago on June 25, 1924, in the Logan Temple. He worked for Union Pacific Railroad for 50 years. He was Scoutmaster, high priests and seventies group leader, and served two stake missions. She was a stake Primary and Relief Society president and ward Junior Sunday School coordinator and counselor in the Primary. Members of the Capitol Hill Ward, Salt Lake Stake. Parents of three daughters, they have five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Jessie H. and LeRoy J. Buckmiller

"It is important to us to have our children find true happiness in loving each other and living the principles of the gospel."

Jessie and LeRoy Buckmiller

Married 70 years ago on June 26, 1924, in the Salt Lake Temple by Elder James E. Talmage. They lived in Chicago, Ill., Salt Lake City, Utah, and Hollywood, Calif., where he practiced dental surgery. She served as teacher in the auxiliaries and as London Temple matron. He was bishop twice, stake president twice, London Temple president, and served on the YMMIA general board for 12 years. Members of the Kaysville, Utah, 5th Ward. Parents of seven children, they have 38 grandchildren and 56 great-grandchildren

Clista S. Jacobs and Earl L. Milner

"The Church has always been our guide and we followed as close as we knew how. We always have our prayers."

Earl and Clista Milner

Married 70 years ago on June 28, 1924, at Livingston, Mont., and later sealed in the Alberta Temple. He worked for the Northern Pacific Railway in Montana and served as Primary teacher, and with his wife as stake family history workers, and district missionaries. She was the first president of the Livingston Branch Relief Society and Primary and later first president of the Gig Harbor, Wash., Branch Relief Society. Both were ordinance workers in the Seattle Temple. Members of the Port Orchard 1st Ward, Bremerton Washington Stake. Parents of five children, they have 48 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and 8 great-great-grandchildren.

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