Margaret D. Nadauld
|Margaret D. Nadauld|
|11th Young Women General President|
|October 4, 1997– October 2, 2002|
|Called by||Gordon B. Hinckley|
|Predecessor||Janette Hales Beckham|
|Successor||Susan W. Tanner|
November 21, 1944
|Alma mater||Snow College
Brigham Young University
|Spouse||Stephen D. Nadauld|
|Parents||R. Morgan and Helen B. Dyreng|
|Website||Margaret Dyreng Nadauld|
Born and raised in Manti, Utah, Margaret Dyreng attended Snow College and Brigham Young University, graduating with a degree in speech and English in 1967. On 1 July 1968, Dyreng married Stephen D. Nadauld in the Manti Utah Temple. They are the parents of seven sons. Stephen Nadauld served as a church general authority from 1991 to 1996.
At the church's October 1997 general conference, Margaret Nadauld was accepted by the church as the general president of the Young Women, with Carol B. Thomas and Sharon G. Larsen as her counselors. Nadauld succeeded Janette Hales Beckham, who had been president since 1992.
In 2002, Nadauld and her counselors were released and Nadauld was succeeded by Susan W. Tanner.
Nadauld has served as president of the Utah chapter of the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge and as the vice president of the Utah chapter of American Mothers, Inc.
- Margaret D. Nadauld (2004). A Mother's Influence: Raising Children to Change the World (Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book) ISBN 1-59038-239-0
- —— (2001). Write Back Soon: Letters of Love and Encouragement for Young Women (Salt Lake City, Utah: Bookcraft) ISBN 1-57345-955-0
- “Margaret D. Nadauld: Young Women General President,” Ensign, November 1997, p. 103.
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