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Fishing with a Mormon prophet — the adventures of Tom (Monson) and Jon (Huntsman) (Salt Lake Tribune - Utah) (January 12, 2018)
Barely a year after ascending to the helm of the LDS Church, Thomas S. Monson found himself standing on a float boat, having snagged what he believed was the largest rainbow trout he had ever hooked. Maybe 10 pounds.

Mourners pay respects to President Monson during viewing at the Conference Center (Deseret News - Utah) (January 12, 2018)
An estimated 31,500 mourners gathered to pay their final respects to late LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson during Thursday's public viewing at the LDS Conference Center, the first event of the final chapter of tributes that includes Friday's funeral and graveside services.

Thousands Pay Respect to President Thomas S. Monson during Public Viewing (Church News) (January 12, 2018)
Almost 33 years ago, Marty Nowling attended the public viewing of the Church’s 12th President, President Spencer W. Kimball.

Elder Neil L. Andersen shares memories, lessons learned from President Thomas S. Monson (LDS Church News) (January 12, 2018)
“President Thomas S. Monson’s greatest contribution was as a special witness of the Lord Jesus Christ,” said Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. “He testified of His reality, His divine mission and Resurrection, and the restoration of the Savior’s gospel through the Prophet Joseph Smith. In all President Monson said and did, he witnessed of our Savior and Redeemer.”

Despite failing health, prophet 'could be of good cheer' through service to others (LDS Church News) (January 12, 2018)
President Thomas S. Monson, a “whirlwind of a man” and a leader of enormous compassion, found great joy during his final years doing what he had done so many times before — visiting those who were sick, lonely or needed lifting.

The Progressive Art of Shaming Mormons (National Review) (January 12, 2018)
In its tendentious obituary for the late prophet and president of the LDS Church, the New York Times ignored his public as well as private virtues.

Looking Back: “In Lieu of Flowers, Take an Older Person to Lunch” (Church News) (January 12, 2018)
Toward the end of an interview on the occasion of his 80th birthday, President Thomas S. Monson said that he had spoken at many funerals.

Suit dismissed against Boys Scouts and Mormon church over motorcyclist killed by felled tree (Salt Lake Tribune - Utah) (January 12, 2018)
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that claimed negligence by the Boy Scouts of America and the Mormon church in the death of a motorcyclist who struck a tree cut down by Scouts in southern Utah.

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