Frank Rigby

Profile Updated: February 2, 2018
Frank Rigby
Mission Start Year: 1976
Now Residing In: Vancouver, WA USA
Spouse/Partner: Pamela Rigby
Occupation/Retired?: Business Analyst
Children/Grandchildren: 5 Children:
Jeffrey, Matthew (twins) 5/79
Sarah 5/82
Russell 4/85
Steven 1/88

Currently More…11 Grandchildren ranging from 4 months to 10 years old.
Yes! Attending Reunion
Areas Served (including start & end dates (MM/YY)): Companions: (try your best-as memories fade, this info helps everyone link names and places-consult your journal-thanks!) (月/年):伝道地(開始日、終了日を含む)(同僚)

Provo LTM (Ostler) 1/76-3/76
Sendai (Manning) 3/76-6/76
Aomori East (Fukuyama, Senba) 6/76-12/76
Sakata (Fredrickson, Young) 12/76-5/77
Tendo (Bird, Herrick) 5/77-8/77
Aomori Zone (Clegg) 8/77-11/77
Koriyama Zone (Ohyama, Steed) 11/77-1/78
Koriyama North (Casperson) 1/78-2/78

Mission Story:

I started at the temporary LTM at St. Francis School and served in Sendai, Aomori, Sakata, Tendo, and Koriyama North. I served as a zone leader for five months in Aomori and Koriyama zone respectfully. My favorite place was Tendo where I had both a family baptism and the fun of being in a newly opened small town. I spent the most time in Aomori and loved seeing Nebuta. I was known at the end of my mission for showing off the "best written" Dear John letter across both zones where I served. Amazingly, Pam did not marry the other guy and we have now been married 36 years. She was even better as a wife.
I have always treasured my mission experience and retained my love for the people of Tohoku.

Posted: Oct 01, 2014 at 12:33 PM