Robert Walsh
Robert Walsh is an editor and reporter for the Deseret News, where he works on features sections and Mormon Times. He previously worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia in a variety of positions, including features editor. Walsh was raised in Akron, Ohio, and graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo in communications. He served an LDS mission to Brazil. He and his wife, Sandy, who have four grown sons, live in North Salt Lake. He has been at the Deseret News since 2008.

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