Ronald O. Barney has been chosen as the Mormon History Association’s new executive director, succeeding Patricia Lyn Scott as her three-year term ends in July, according to a news release from the association.
Barney will be retiring this summer after 33 years as a historian and archivist with the LDS Church History Department, and his term begins Aug, 1. His wife, Marilyn, will continue to serve as the association’s business manager.
For information about the association, see its website at www.mhahome.org.
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