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Whitney Butters Wilde
Whitney Butters Wilde is a writer who believes everyone has a story to tell, and it's a journalist's good fortune to discover them. Whitney began her journey with the Deseret News in 2010 as a Mormon Times intern. Having returned from serving in the New York Rochester Mission, she now works as an editorial assistant for the Features department where she compiles the events calendars, writes for the various sections and assists with editing. Whitney graduated from the University of Utah in May 2014 with a degree in communication and married her husband, Blake, in October 2014.

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