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LDS president met call with humility, vigor

Published: Monday, Jan. 28 2008 12:00 a.m. MST

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In Texas

To live so LONG and die at 97 is amazing, but to live as he vibrantly did at 97 - even more so. :) God Bless his family...

Tammy B from Minnesota

He was a great man who was loved my many. I am grateful for all of the time and energy he put into his calling.


What a great loss! He will be greatly missed

Geoff in Las Vegas

He will be missed!

Brother Seers

Well that's too bad.

Heidi K.

President Hinckley will truly be missed. He was a great leader and a wonderful man. What sad news.

Wendee Pease

What sad news. We loved him so much! He was a wonderful prophet! I'm glad he finally gets to be with his wife though.

Atlanta, GA

We will forever be grateful for the life you have lived and for touching our lives in such a positive way!


What an amazing Prophet of God... He is the only Prophet that I can remember as a youth! There will always be a special place in my heart for him!


Non-LDS here...I am here to tell you what a great man he was.


Thank you Pres. Hinckley. You will be missed.

jesse and ashely

WE love you President Hinckley

Rasmussen Family

We will miss him!! Thank you President Hinckley for your example and service!! Our hearts are sad and broken!!


I'm sad. What a great prophet.

Faithful disciple

Thank you for you un-ending devotion and example. You will be missed.


Very sad news...What a great man and a true Prophet of God. I truly loved this man and I am extremely sad that this happened. What a legacy President Hinckley has left behind. Our prayers are with the Hinckleys.

Matthew Bates

President Hinckley,

We love you.

The Bates Family
Nashus, NH


President Hinckley was a great man and a wonderful leader. He will be missed.


He was a great president and will be missed, but now he will be able to be reunited with his sweet wife. He waited a long time for that reunion.


He is with his wife now.

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