Indianapolis Indiana Temple

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Indianapolis Indiana Temple

Friday, February 20, 2015

The Call

It's been a busy month for Houston.

He's still a senior, very busy with high school life.  On February 4th, he signed a National Letter of Intent to play for Stanford after his mission.  Here's just one of many articles on the subject:


Meanwhile, his mission papers had been in since February 3rd, accompanied by this handsome photo.

His call arrived on February 19th.  Last night, Houston invited family (Dad/Mom, Hema/Norma, Helam/Alyssa, Hevynn/Bo, Harrison, and Rod/Deirdre Nordfors -- with Haley Johnson and extended family members on FaceTime) and a few friends over for the opening of Houston's mission call.  When I say "a few," I mean about 50 people...

A few (haha) of Houston's friends came over to watch him open his call.

The Squad of good friends and even better young men!
LPA (Legacy Preparatory Academy) reunion!
Hevynn, Meghan Francom & Houston

Houston & Mitch Halverson (who signed with SUU!)

Houston basically grew up on social media.  Here's a peek at the buzz regarding his mission call. First, Twitter...

And on Instagram, apparently, he is the 50th Polynesian missionary to receive a shout-out from lds_polynesian:

INDIANA INDIANAPOLIS MISSION!  Reporting to the Provo MTC on Wednesday, June 17th, 2015.  Gonna miss him but he'll do great work!

Here's a bio on Elder Heimuli's mission president:

Kip S. and Steven C. Cleveland
Steven Cornell Cleveland, 61, and Kip Susan Perry Cleveland, three children, Foothill Ward, Provo Utah Edgemont North Stake: Indiana Indianapolis Mission. Brother Cleveland is a high priests group instructor and former high councilor, counselor in a stake Young Men presidency, counselor in a bishopric, elders quorum president, gospel doctrine instructor and missionary in the England South Mission. Basketball analyst, ESPN/BYUTV. Born in Los Angeles, Calif., to Robert Cornell and Betty Jane Cleveland.  Sister Cleveland serves as ward Relief Society meeting committee member and is a former counselor in a stake Relief Society presidency, ward Primary president, counselor in a ward Relief Society presidency, ward Young Women adviser, Sunday School instructor and Primary achievement day adviser. Born in Ogden, Utah, to Robert Lamar Perry and Carol Mae Thompson.

Bo, Hevynn & Madelyn Welling

Dad, Mom & Elder Heimuli

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