The Work beyond the veil must be very, very active because so many Seventies die
so young. May the Lord bless Elder Brough's family. I hope he is able to teach
Elder Brough worked for my great-grandfather in Woodruff. I was able to meet him
in Pocatello and then a few years later when we moved to Georgia and he was are
area authority. It was fun to talk to him about my grandfather that I never
knew. He was a sweet and kind person. May the Lord bless and keep his family.
If I die young . . .Lord make me a rainbow, I'll shine down on my
[daughter]She'll know I'm safe with You when she stands under my
colors.. . . I'll be wearing white when I come into Your kingdomAnd maybe then [they'll] hear the words I've been singingThe ballad of a
dove: [listen and serve] with peace and love[So when you call, call
me to come][Call me to come] with the words of [Your] love songKimberly Perry, "If I Die Young." The Band Perry. Republic
Nashville, 2010.___Elder Brough, we'll miss you!
I arrived on my mission in England shortly before Elder Brough was released so I
hardly knew him. But what I knew, I liked. He wouldn't remeber me but it has
been interesting to follow his path in the church. It's an honor just to be
able to say I knew him once. His example was an inspiration to many people. I
pray the Lord's blessings to be with his family.