An anonymous donor recently donated a statue of Christ to the college that now sits at the front doors.
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“What scholarships do is make opportunities for students possible that previously seemed impossible,” says Craig Nelson of Ogden, Utah. Craig and his wife, Heather, enjoyed a long association—more than 22 years—with LDS Business College before he retired as a vice president in 2017. Now, as the new co-chairs of the F. Y. and Anna Fox Society, they are excited to continue serving students at a place they have a great fondness for.
“We’ve been really grateful to be involved in the effort of lifting and strengthening young people at the college,” says Heather. “Having a legacy gift makes it possible for us to have a bigger influence than we could otherwise,” says Craig. “It’s about the opportunity to give. It’s taken years to learn it, but there are great blessings to being a charitable giver, and we hope to help many others learn this same lesson.”Make a Gift
Asher was able to take what he learned in the Global Supply Chain program and go straight to work in his family’s import/export business in England.
In honor of the new name, Ensign College, Sister Kusch created a quilt to show the incredible history of the school.