Mary Jane Woodger

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Mary Jane Woodger (born 1958)[1] is a professor of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young University (BYU) who has written extensively on David O. McKay.

Woodger was raised in American Fork and Salt Lake City. She received her bachelors degree in home economics and taught home economics and American history in the Jordan School District in Salt Lake County, Utah. She later earned a masters of education from Utah State University and an Ed.D. from BYU.

Among the books Woodger has written is David O. McKay: Beloved Prophet. She also was the editor and compiler of The Teachings of David O. McKay. Among other courses at BYU she teaches a course on LDS Church history in the 20th-century.

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