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From Snows of Utah to Tropics of Guam

Guam welcomes Elder and Sister Rosen, the new MLS senior missionary couple in the Micronesia Guam Mission.

MLS Missionaries Guam
MLS Missionaries Guam
Elder & Sister Rosen, MLS couple missionaries, Micronesia Guam Mission© 2022 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.

Leaving the winter snows of Utah, Elder and Sister Rosen arrive in the warm, tropical island of Guam, the gateway to Micronesia. The Micronesia Guam Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is delighted to welcome Dave and Phyllis Rosen.

The Rosen’s are from Provo, Utah where they raised six children and enjoy fourteen grandchildren. Their mission call is to serve as Member Leader Support (MLS) missionaries for eighteen months where they will help support the wards and branches here in the isles of the sea, giving leader instruction where needed.

Elder Rosen is newly called as the Micronesia Guam Mission President's first councilor. They have been assigned to live on the island of Chuuk in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) where they will serve the mission, offering leadership and support to all the islands in the mission.

Dave has served as YSA Stake Executive Secretary, Bishop, Scoutmaster, Stake High Councilor, Stake Young Men's Presidency and Gospel Doctrine Teacher.

Phyllis has served in the YSA Stake Relief Society Presidency, as a Relief Society counselor, Primary counselor, Young Women's president, choir director, activity leader, and other positions.

They love the outdoors, and what better place than the Pacific isles to spend time in one of the WWII memorial areas of the world with all it’s hiking, waterfalls, beaches, and marine sanctuaries. They also love spending time with their family and playing games.

They are delighted to learn about Guam, Micronesia, and this part of the world. The mission is grateful they have chosen to serve.

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