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Bonnie L Oscarson

Called by  Thomas S. Monson
Website  Bonnie L. Oscarson
Siblings  Larry Green
Children  7
Predecessor  Elaine S. Dalton

Spouse(s)  Paul K. Oscarson
Education  Bachelor's degree
Name  Bonnie Oscarson
Books  What Makes Us Sisters
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Full Name  Bonnie Lee Green
Parents  Theo James and Jean Green

Alma mater  Brigham Young University

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Bonnie Lee Green Oscarson (born October 23, 1950) has been the fourteenth president of the Young Women organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) since April 2013.

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Biography

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Bonnie Lee Green was born in Salt Lake City, Utah to Theo James Green and his wife, Jean. In 1969, she married Paul K. Oscarson in the Salt Lake Temple, and they have seven children. For much of the early years of their marriage they lived in St. Louis, Missouri, where her husband had been born and raised. (Her husband's father, Roy W. Oscarson, was the first LDS Church stake president in St. Louis.) Bonnie Oscarson's appointment as general president of the Young Women was welcomed by church members in the St. Louis area.

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Oscarson lived in Sweden from 1976 to 1979, where she served with her husband while he was president of the church's Sweden Göteborg Mission, and again from 2009 to 2012 when she and her husband served as matron and president of the Stockholm Sweden Temple. She is fluent in Swedish. She has lived in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Texas, where her husband was the first president of the Klein Texas Stake.

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Oscarson earned a bachelor’s degree, with an emphasis in British and American Literature, from Brigham Young University.

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At the church's April 2013 general conference, Oscarson was sustained as the new general president of the Young Women organization, succeeding Elaine S. Dalton. As president of the Young Women, Oscarson is an ex officio member of the church's Boards of Trustees/Education.

In 2015, Oscarson became the first female member of the LDS Church's Missionary Executive Council.

References

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