Picturing 2012: Moments that matter caught by Deseret News photojournalists

Published: Monday, Dec. 31 2012 12:05 p.m. MST

Jolean Sloan feeds her husband breakfast on February 16, 2012, Jolean took care of her husband as long as she could but then turned to hospice care when Richard became bedridden. Richard passed away within weeks after this photograph was taken.

Laura Seitz, Deseret News

The photojournalists of the Deseret News are dedicated to telling the stories that matter most to our readers. They are experts at telling stories of family and faith through their lenses.  Whether it's a joyful reunion between a returning serviceman and his wife, the tender moment between a husband caring for a wife afflicted with Alzheimer's disease, or the celebration of a three-day Muslim religious holiday, Deseret News photojournalists capture moments that matter. Each Deseret News photojournalist has the compassion to reflect the toughest situations of human tragedy and the professional curiosity to capture scenes of great triumph. Care, respect, dignity and kindness are the bywords of their approach to the job as they chronicle the human experience.

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