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New Joseph Smith Birthplace historic site directors called

Keith M. and Patricia Ann Buswell were recently called by the First Presidency

The following couple has been called by the First Presidency to lead the work in various Church history sites. They have already begun their service.

Patricia Ann Buswell and Keith M. Buswell | The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Keith M. Buswell and Patricia Ann Buswell, eight children, Pleasant View 12th Ward, Pleasant View Utah Stake: Joseph Smith Birthplace, succeeding President Robert Ewer and Sister Elsa Ewer. Elder Buswell is a full-time missionary at the Joseph Smith Birthplace and a former stake presidency counselor, bishop, ward Young Men president and missionary in the Ohio and West Virginia Mission. He was born in Ogden, Utah, to LauRene Thompson Buswell and Don A. Buswell.

Sister Buswell is a full-time missionary at the Joseph Smith Birthplace and a former stake Young Women presidency counselor, ward Young Women president, ward Primary president, ward Relief Society presidency counselor and Primary music leader. She was born in Ogden, Utah, to Faun Patterson Lyman and Dilworth N. Lyman.

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