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Brooke

Brooke was born to active members of the church and she is the 4th of 9 children. She was blessed as an infant by her father, baptized on her eight birthday. She earned all the necklaces and certificates offered to girls and young woman. She attended early morning seminary, graduated from BYU and served a full time mission in the Philippines. Shortly on her return she met and married Daniel in the Detroit Temple. Daniel and Brooke have four children with ages ranging from 4-14. Brooke has served in the Primary and YW presidencies, as early morning seminary teacher and institute teacher as well as countless other callings. Before her faith transition she was an orthodox member of the church in every sense of the word. She currently works as an attorney in a commercial litigation firm and her favorite thing to do is to hang out with Daniel. 

Daniel

Daniel Booth was born of goodly parents and grew up a member of the Church of Jesus Christ.  Growing up he enjoyed sports and outdoor activities.  He earned his Eagle Scout badge and several palms, participated in multiple sports including the National Junior Olympics for Cross-Country.  He served a mission to West Virginia where he had the opportunity to love and serve the people and the opportunity to learn leadership as a district leader and zone leader.  After graduating from BYU he moved to Detroit Michigan to work for General Motors.  In Michigan he was serving as Elders Quorum President in the Singles ward when he met his amazing wife, Brooke.   He is now a father of four delightful and sometimes stress inducing kids.  During his married life he has primarily served in the Young Men’s program or as Bishop.  He currently is blessed to teach the 14-16 year old youth Sunday school class.  For the first 4-5 years of marriage he and his wife joked that we were still in the honeymoon phase.  Four kids and one faith transition later the honeymoon phase is definitely over.  He is currently using the knowledge in this course to transition back into the “honeymoon” phase.

 

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