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Kathleen Eyring: A tribute from son, John Eyring

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We in the LDS Church know her best as the wife of President Henry B. Eyring. But others remember her as Kathleen Johnson--the bright, California prep school student who captained the tennis team and was elected student body president.

She graduated in political science from the University of California, Berkeley and met and married her husband after attending summer school at Harvard.

Sister Eyring has a long list of accomplishments to her name, but, when it comes down to it--it's her devotion to faith, family and the title of "Mother" that mean the most.

Click the video to hear reflections on the life of Kathleen Eyring from her son, John.

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