For 12 years she had been friends with the man who would become her husband. They loved each other and felt good about getting married. As the stresses of life wore on them over time, though, their marriage crumbled.
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The "Face to Face" event with President Russell M. Nelson and his wife, Wendy W. Nelson that was scheduled for Feb. 3 has been postponed due to the recent passing of President Thomas S. Monson. According to a notice on LDS.org, the event will be rescheduled for later in 2018.
In the fall of 1965, Russell M. Nelson—a surgeon and Salt Lake City stake president—made several trips to Illinois to look into an attractive and generous offer to head cardiovascular and thoracic surgery at the University of Chicago. He and his wife, Dantzel, selected a neighborhood where they could raise their nine daughters (the Nelson’s 10th child, a son, was born later) and contemplated the professional and research opportunities the job would afford.