2001
Merlin R. Lybbert, Former Seventy, Dies
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“Merlin R. Lybbert, Former Seventy, Dies,” Ensign, Sept. 2001, 79

Merlin R. Lybbert, Former Seventy, Dies

Merlin Rex Lybbert, who served as a member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy from April 1989 to October 1994, died on 6 July in Salt Lake City at age 75.

He had been president of the Cardston Alberta Temple for three years following his release as a member of the Seventy. Previously, he had served as a high councilor, bishop, stake president, and regional representative.

He worked professionally as an attorney for almost 35 years before being called to full-time Church service. Born on 31 January 1926 in Cardston, he was a son of Charles Lester Lybbert and Delvia Reed. He married Nola Cahoon on 26 May 1949 in the Cardston Alberta Temple, and they are the parents of six children.