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Location: Weston, Florida, United States

Obtained a bachelor's degree in political science, a master's in ancient scripture, and a doctorate in educational psychology from BYU. Served with the LDS Church Educational System in Hayward and Palo Alto, California; Athens, Georgia; and Miami, Florida. Served as bishop in Newark, California, and Athens, Georgia, and as stake president of the Sugar Hill Georgia Stake. Served as president of the Mexico City North Mission 1996-99. After retiring from CES in 2004 have served four other missions with my wife: As CES area director in Central America 2004-2006; in Panama 2007-2009; again in Guatemala 2009-2011, this time as executive secretary to the Central America Area Presidency; and finally as a counselor in the Tegucigalpa Honduras Temple presidency, 2013-2014. After returning home, we served in the presidency of the Fort Lauderdale Temple from 2014-2017 and continue to serve as sealer and ordinance worker, respectively. Feel free to email us at, and please check out our new website at

Monday, November 26, 2012

Thanksgiving with Florida Family

Thanksgiving brought much to be thankful for, as we enjoyed a visit from the Adibs, Boixes, and Watsons to help celebrate the occasion.  We enjoyed getting together again on Friday to play at the park and to have an early birthday party for Bryanna Boix.  Saturday featured a tennis game and an evening cook-out on the patio with the Adibs, Boixes, and our next door neighbors, the Meleans.  Photos follow:

The Boixes furnished the turkey, cooked by Kathi and carved by Jose.

Weather was perfect for eating on the patio.


PiƱata at Bryanna birthday party

Birthday girl

Birthday party gingerbread man decorating

Braxton Boix

Kylie Watson

Saturday cookout

Elder Cyrus Adib (no matter that his name tag says "Sister Cazier")

Braxton, Kylie, and Leila
Alexa, Anya, Bryanna, and AnnaSophia

Boix family
Adib family


Blogger Janet Keeler Wilcox said...

Just barely saw these great pictures. So glad you updated us with family groups as we seldom see your family.

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