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September 27, 2020

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Name withheldJanuary 24, 2017

My son-in-law just quit the LDS Institute -Seminary as a teacher and supervisor. He had worked for the church for 20 years. The Church's last request was that he take on more supervision and move once again with his family. His normal work schedule required him to be away from his family one night a week; on three mornings he had to get up at 3:30 a.m. in order to drive to seminary teachers locations throughout the area. He was "never" home to be with the 5 kids and his wife. While he took his job seriously, he found that the Administration office of the church had little or no regard to the time he spent away from his family. He has no regrets working for the church just that they kept piling on the work load and it became too much for him and his family. He felt that he had no choice but to submit his resignation. He is currently looking for work.

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