In the Spotlight
December 1994

“In the Spotlight,” Ensign, Dec. 1994, 56

In the Spotlight

  • Yvonne Rempp, a member of the Yerington Ward, Fallon Nevada Stake, received the 1993 American Cancer Society Ruby Life Saver Award, an award presented to the volunteers who excel in promoting cancer control through education.

  • The 1994 national president of the Women’s Council of Realtors is Beth Tolbert of the Alpine Third Ward, Alpine Utah Stake. Elected at the annual convention, Sister Tolbert will serve as leader and spokesperson of the 14,000-member organization.

  • The Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service, the highest honorary award granted by the U.S. Secretary of the Army to army civilian employees, has been awarded to I. Brown Zundel, executive secretary in the Tucson Arizona East Stake and senior research consultant and a division chief at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.

  • When Ts’ooane Patrick Molapo, elders quorum president in the Maseru Branch of the South Africa Johannesburg Mission, graduated in general agriculture from the National University of Lesotho, he was also honored for being the agricultural college’s top student in economics.

  • Debralynn Mitchell of the Emerson Ward, Caldwell New Jersey Stake, was a soloist at the prestigious “Messiah Sing-In” at New York City’s Lincoln Center during the 1993 holiday season.