Neil H. Leash has lived a life filled with broad and varied experiences that uniquely qualify him to compile this particular work and commentary. He has served in a multitude of Church assignments, including callings as a Bishop on two occasions, and as a counselor in a Stake Presidency, service as a High Council member for decades, and as an Elders Quorum President, Seminary teacher, and in numerous other stake and ward auxiliary positions. In each of these callings he has had the responsibility to study and apply the teachings of the Prophets, including those related to food storage and personal and family preparedness. Brother Leash received his Bachelor s and Master s degrees from California State University, Sacramento, and retired in 1993 after 34 years as a Supervising Probation Officer. Born and raised in Oakland, California, he was called at the age of 19 to serve as a missionary in the Eastern States Mission. Upon his return he served as an Army Medic during the Korean War, and shortly before discharge he married Velma D. Carraway in the Mesa Arizona temple. They are the parents of three children and reside in San Andreas, California.
It arrived on time and in good condistion. She really like it better then he thought he would. At a good price.Published on January 5, 2013 by tiffany carter
This is a very informative book for anyone that would like to know why to store food and there is some information on what to store.Published on May 12, 2011 by A. Robinson
I found it very informative. I would recommend all should read this and considered the seriousness of it.Published on March 9, 2010 by Joseph A. Myers