Richard and Carol Lasson's Mission Experiences in Mongolia
Working with Deseret International Charities
You're all so cute! It's neat to think of all the great things that one group of just six couples have accomplished. Keep it up! Love ya!!!!!
You all look so happy and handsome. You survived a hard winter and spring is good. Congratulations on all of the good things you are all doing. Grandma VERDA
You look great! You are all very happy. Where is Elder and Sister Anderson from Payson Utah?
Elder and Sister Anderson from Payson, Utah are in Choibalsan, Elder and Sister Anderson from Spanish Fork are in Selenge, Elder and Sister Olpin are in Erdenet, and Elder and Sister Atkins are in Darkhan. President ad Sister Andersen are preparing to be released and return to their home in Hong Kong. Those in the photo are: (front row, left to right) Sister Eliason, Sister Clark, Elder Clark, and Sister Lasson; (2nd row) Dr. Eliason); (3rd row) Elder Caldwell, Sister Stevens, Elder Stevens, and Elder Lasson; (back row) Sister Caldwell, Sister Powell and Elder Powell. It's a wonderful group of people to associate with!
Oh, I should also mention that just a couple of days after this photo was taken, Elder Stevens had a mild heart attack. It was quite a scare. It was decided that he should go home to be treated in America, so he and Sister Stevens, accompanied by Dr. Eliason and an oxygen tank, flew to Salt Lake City. Once safely there, he was treated for his condition. Dr. Eliason returned safely to Mongolia. Having Elder and Sister Stevens leave to abruptly left a big whole in the mission; their responsibilities had to be disbursed among several others. We miss them very much.