Ryan Richard ThompsonAge: 41 years1977

Name
Ryan Richard Thompson
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Birth date: 10 Mar 1977 Birth place: Residence date: 1994 Residence place: Mapleton, UT

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Citation details: Thompson Family history website, lineage of Ryan Richard Thompson
Date of entry in original source: October 19, 2009
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Dear Grandpa October 19, 2009 at 6:13pmDear Grandpa,It was so nice to visit with you an Maurine last week. What a blessing that adventure was! By the time I got home I had traveled 2300 miles! We live north of Spokane in a quiet little community called “Deer Park”. Everyone has horses, and livestock. Our next door neighbor has 50 head of Bison. I feel like you would love it up here, and I wish so bad that you were able to visit me.I wanted you to know, that I came down to Utah to visit you, because it was a very special day for a very special person. I also organized two freedom rallies while I was in Utah as well, but the primary mission was to see my grandpa who has taught me so much.Grandpa from an early age, I have learned a lot from you. Mostly good things! Religion is a sore spot for me, because from my point of view, religion causes people so much pain. Most of the wars in the world have been as a result of one religion not agreeing with another. In 1857, this was also true for the LDS church, and leaders of the LDS church in southern Utah took part in a horrible massacre in Mountain Meadows. Even Brigham Young’s own adopted son took part in this massacre of over 100 innocent men, women and children.Grandpa, you must understand that I love you. Even though I respect your faith. I truly do not want anything to do with religion in general though. From the Catholics with the Inquisitions, to the Mormons in the Mountain Meadows Massacre. Religion is just a very scary to me. One on one faith is much more pure to me. Thats why I call my faith a “relationship” and not a “religion”, because I have a relationship with the Lord.I have faith in Jesus. I studied my Bible all of the time. I memorize scriptures. I love the Lord with all of my heart. I hope that is some comfort to you. These scriptures are truth to me, and they tell me no total apostasy ever took place, nor will it ever take place.“The Lord will not cast off his people, neither will he forsake his inheritance” (Psalm 94:14). “They that trust in the Lord shall be as Mt. Zion, which cannot be removed, but abideth forever. As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so the Lord is round about his people from henceforth even forever” (Psalm 125:1-2). Read Psalm 89:19-37. “I will make an everlasting covenant with them that I will not turn away from them to do them good. I will put my fear in their hearts. They shall not depart from me” (Jeremiah 32:40). Our Savior promises, “My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me; And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand. My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father’s hand. I and my Father are one” (John 10:27-30).I believe that those who trust in the Lord will be reunited some day. I firmly believe that this applies to everyone, not just Mormons, not just Catholics, not just any other group. It is written, and it shall be so.But the one thing that I wanted to tell you grandpa. Is that I love you, and the lessons in life that you taught me. Between you and my father, I was taught work ethics from a very young age. Those ethics have carried me through some very tough times in life. For that I am grateful. I don’t have my hand out to you asking you for anything. Because you have already given me an inner willpower to strive to be better all of the time. I work continuously to improve the lives of my family and of those around me.This year I have organized 9 Freedom Rallies, and I have drove thousands of miles to participate in those rallies. Without pay. Without any immediate reward. Because I love freedom, and I love our country. Which is something else that I learned from you grandpa.My inheritance from you was given to me when I was 3 years old, when I asked you “Grandpa am I a good worker”, and you replied “Yes Ryan, you are”.I knew from that age that I had a purpose and a strength that you gave me, and that no one could take away. Likewise, my children are very hard workers, and they know the value of a job well done.I hope you know how much you have given me, and how much I appreciate it. I will never forsake you or the things that you have taught me.With love and respect.Sincerely, Ryan Richard Thompsonhttps://www.facebook.com/notes/rich-garvey-banton/dear-grandpa/158318271862

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Birth March 10, 1977 34 20
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Birth date: 10 Mar 1977 Birth place: Residence date: 1994 Residence place: Mapleton, UT

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Date of entry in original source: October 19, 2009
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Dear Grandpa October 19, 2009 at 6:13pmDear Grandpa,It was so nice to visit with you an Maurine last week. What a blessing that adventure was! By the time I got home I had traveled 2300 miles! We live north of Spokane in a quiet little community called “Deer Park”. Everyone has horses, and livestock. Our next door neighbor has 50 head of Bison. I feel like you would love it up here, and I wish so bad that you were able to visit me.I wanted you to know, that I came down to Utah to visit you, because it was a very special day for a very special person. I also organized two freedom rallies while I was in Utah as well, but the primary mission was to see my grandpa who has taught me so much.Grandpa from an early age, I have learned a lot from you. Mostly good things! Religion is a sore spot for me, because from my point of view, religion causes people so much pain. Most of the wars in the world have been as a result of one religion not agreeing with another. In 1857, this was also true for the LDS church, and leaders of the LDS church in southern Utah took part in a horrible massacre in Mountain Meadows. Even Brigham Young’s own adopted son took part in this massacre of over 100 innocent men, women and children.Grandpa, you must understand that I love you. Even though I respect your faith. I truly do not want anything to do with religion in general though. From the Catholics with the Inquisitions, to the Mormons in the Mountain Meadows Massacre. Religion is just a very scary to me. One on one faith is much more pure to me. Thats why I call my faith a “relationship” and not a “religion”, because I have a relationship with the Lord.I have faith in Jesus. I studied my Bible all of the time. I memorize scriptures. I love the Lord with all of my heart. I hope that is some comfort to you. These scriptures are truth to me, and they tell me no total apostasy ever took place, nor will it ever take place.“The Lord will not cast off his people, neither will he forsake his inheritance” (Psalm 94:14). “They that trust in the Lord shall be as Mt. Zion, which cannot be removed, but abideth forever. As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so the Lord is round about his people from henceforth even forever” (Psalm 125:1-2). Read Psalm 89:19-37. “I will make an everlasting covenant with them that I will not turn away from them to do them good. I will put my fear in their hearts. They shall not depart from me” (Jeremiah 32:40). Our Savior promises, “My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me; And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand. My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father’s hand. I and my Father are one” (John 10:27-30).I believe that those who trust in the Lord will be reunited some day. I firmly believe that this applies to everyone, not just Mormons, not just Catholics, not just any other group. It is written, and it shall be so.But the one thing that I wanted to tell you grandpa. Is that I love you, and the lessons in life that you taught me. Between you and my father, I was taught work ethics from a very young age. Those ethics have carried me through some very tough times in life. For that I am grateful. I don’t have my hand out to you asking you for anything. Because you have already given me an inner willpower to strive to be better all of the time. I work continuously to improve the lives of my family and of those around me.This year I have organized 9 Freedom Rallies, and I have drove thousands of miles to participate in those rallies. Without pay. Without any immediate reward. Because I love freedom, and I love our country. Which is something else that I learned from you grandpa.My inheritance from you was given to me when I was 3 years old, when I asked you “Grandpa am I a good worker”, and you replied “Yes Ryan, you are”.I knew from that age that I had a purpose and a strength that you gave me, and that no one could take away. Likewise, my children are very hard workers, and they know the value of a job well done.I hope you know how much you have given me, and how much I appreciate it. I will never forsake you or the things that you have taught me.With love and respect.Sincerely, Ryan Richard Thompsonhttps://www.facebook.com/notes/rich-garvey-banton/dear-grandpa/158318271862

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Marriage of parentsRichard Glen ThompsonPatty Kim NeyView this family
November 12, 1977 (Age 8 months)
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Marriage date: 12 Nov 1977 Marriage place: Elko, Nevada Residence date: Residence place: Utah

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Birth of a sisterMelissa Ann Thompson
October 6, 1981 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a brotherBradley James Thompson
August 16, 1983 (Age 6 years)
Birth of a brotherJustin Jared Thompson
January 13, 1986 (Age 8 years)
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Birth date: abt 1986 Birth place: Death date: Abt 2002 Death place: Mapleton UT

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Citation details: Justin Jared Thompson 1986 - 2002 Obituary
Date of entry in original source: 2002
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Justin Jared Thompson, 16, of Mapleton returned to his Heavenly Father on January 22, 2002. Our loving son, brother and friend was love so much and will be missed dearly. Justin was born January 13 1986, to Richard G. and Patty Kim Ney Thompson. He grew up in Mapleton and attended school in Mapleton and Springville. He also attended Springville High School. Justin was a deeply compassionate boy, especially toward his family and friends. He loved going on fishing trips and spending time with his family and friend. He also had a particular fondness for animals and counted them among his friends. Music, and playing the guitar brought Justin much joy and satisfaction. He had a talent for working with computers and could fix almost any problem. Justin was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors include his parents of Mapleton, two brothers, Ryan and Brad, and sisters, Melissa (Ryan Delta), Melanie (Al) Shotwell, Texas, Michelle (Mark) Fuller, Vernal, Robin (Todd) McMullin, Minersville, Stacy (Jason) Thomas, Tooele, Valarie (Jeremy) Heywood Tooele, uncles, aunts, 14 nieces and nephews, grandparents; Richard A. Thompson, and Jennie Ney Barber. He was preceded in death by grandparents, June Thompson, and Joseph Ney. Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 26, at 11 a.m. at the Mapleton Stake Center located at 970 N. 400 East in Mapleton. Friends may call at the Wheeler Mortuary, 211 E. 200 S, in Springville on Friday evening from 6-8 p.m. or at the church one hour prior to the funeral service. Burial will be at the Spanish Fork City Cemetery.



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Death of a paternal grandmotherJune Davis Mrs.
January 18, 1991 (Age 13 years)
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Birth date: 26 July 1922 Birth place: Death date: 17 January 1991 Death place: Utah, Utah

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Death of a paternal grandmotherJune Davis Mrs.
January 18, 1991 (Age 13 years)
Death of a brotherJustin Jared Thompson
January 22, 2002 (Age 24 years)
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Birth date: abt 1986 Birth place: Death date: Abt 2002 Death place: Mapleton UT

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Death date: Abt 2002 Death place:

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Citation details: Justin Jared Thompson 1986 - 2002 Obituary
Date of entry in original source: 2002
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Justin Jared Thompson, 16, of Mapleton returned to his Heavenly Father on January 22, 2002. Our loving son, brother and friend was love so much and will be missed dearly. Justin was born January 13 1986, to Richard G. and Patty Kim Ney Thompson. He grew up in Mapleton and attended school in Mapleton and Springville. He also attended Springville High School. Justin was a deeply compassionate boy, especially toward his family and friends. He loved going on fishing trips and spending time with his family and friend. He also had a particular fondness for animals and counted them among his friends. Music, and playing the guitar brought Justin much joy and satisfaction. He had a talent for working with computers and could fix almost any problem. Justin was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors include his parents of Mapleton, two brothers, Ryan and Brad, and sisters, Melissa (Ryan Delta), Melanie (Al) Shotwell, Texas, Michelle (Mark) Fuller, Vernal, Robin (Todd) McMullin, Minersville, Stacy (Jason) Thomas, Tooele, Valarie (Jeremy) Heywood Tooele, uncles, aunts, 14 nieces and nephews, grandparents; Richard A. Thompson, and Jennie Ney Barber. He was preceded in death by grandparents, June Thompson, and Joseph Ney. Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 26, at 11 a.m. at the Mapleton Stake Center located at 970 N. 400 East in Mapleton. Friends may call at the Wheeler Mortuary, 211 E. 200 S, in Springville on Friday evening from 6-8 p.m. or at the church one hour prior to the funeral service. Burial will be at the Spanish Fork City Cemetery.



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Birth of a daughter
#1
Constance Grace Thompson
June 7, 2004 (Age 27 years)
Death of a fatherRichard Glen Thompson
December 30, 2008 (Age 31 years)
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Name: Richard Glen Thompson Birth: 8 Sep 1942 Death: 30 Dec 2008 in Springville, Utah, Utah

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Birth date: 09/08/1942 Birth place: SouthgateCASeptember Death date: 12/30/2008 Death place: Marriage date: Marriage place: Germany

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Birth date: abt 1943 Birth place: Death date: Abt 2009 Death place: Southgate CA>Springville UT

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Birth of a daughter
#2
Jennie Aubrianna Rose Thompson
March 28, 2009 (Age 32 years)
Birth of a son
#3
Iriel Martin Thompson
August 21, 2011 (Age 34 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherRichard Allen Thompson
October 24, 2011 (Age 34 years)
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Citation details: Issue State: Utah; Issue Date: Before 1951
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Birth of a daughter
#4
Amalie Jemima June Thompson
November 18, 2013 (Age 36 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherJennie Nevitt Ney Barber
September 12, 2016 (Age 39 years)
Residence
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father
mother
Marriage: November 12, 1977Elko, Nevada
-8 months
himself
5 years
younger sister
22 months
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
Justin Jared Thompson
Birth: January 13, 1986 43 29Sandy Utah
Death: Age at Death: 16January 22, 2002Mapleton Utah
Father’s family with Deanna Marie Grimshaw - View this family
father
father’s spouse
Marriage: 1961Beaver, Utah
Family with Kimberly Dawn Hertel - View this family
himself
wife
daughter
5 years
daughter
2 years
son
2 years
daughter

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Birth date: 10 Mar 1977 Birth place: Residence date: 1994 Residence place: Mapleton, UT

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Citation details: Thompson Family history website, lineage of Ryan Richard Thompson
Date of entry in original source: October 19, 2009
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Dear Grandpa October 19, 2009 at 6:13pmDear Grandpa,It was so nice to visit with you an Maurine last week. What a blessing that adventure was! By the time I got home I had traveled 2300 miles! We live north of Spokane in a quiet little community called “Deer Park”. Everyone has horses, and livestock. Our next door neighbor has 50 head of Bison. I feel like you would love it up here, and I wish so bad that you were able to visit me.I wanted you to know, that I came down to Utah to visit you, because it was a very special day for a very special person. I also organized two freedom rallies while I was in Utah as well, but the primary mission was to see my grandpa who has taught me so much.Grandpa from an early age, I have learned a lot from you. Mostly good things! Religion is a sore spot for me, because from my point of view, religion causes people so much pain. Most of the wars in the world have been as a result of one religion not agreeing with another. In 1857, this was also true for the LDS church, and leaders of the LDS church in southern Utah took part in a horrible massacre in Mountain Meadows. Even Brigham Young’s own adopted son took part in this massacre of over 100 innocent men, women and children.Grandpa, you must understand that I love you. Even though I respect your faith. I truly do not want anything to do with religion in general though. From the Catholics with the Inquisitions, to the Mormons in the Mountain Meadows Massacre. Religion is just a very scary to me. One on one faith is much more pure to me. Thats why I call my faith a “relationship” and not a “religion”, because I have a relationship with the Lord.I have faith in Jesus. I studied my Bible all of the time. I memorize scriptures. I love the Lord with all of my heart. I hope that is some comfort to you. These scriptures are truth to me, and they tell me no total apostasy ever took place, nor will it ever take place.“The Lord will not cast off his people, neither will he forsake his inheritance” (Psalm 94:14). “They that trust in the Lord shall be as Mt. Zion, which cannot be removed, but abideth forever. As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so the Lord is round about his people from henceforth even forever” (Psalm 125:1-2). Read Psalm 89:19-37. “I will make an everlasting covenant with them that I will not turn away from them to do them good. I will put my fear in their hearts. They shall not depart from me” (Jeremiah 32:40). Our Savior promises, “My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me; And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand. My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father’s hand. I and my Father are one” (John 10:27-30).I believe that those who trust in the Lord will be reunited some day. I firmly believe that this applies to everyone, not just Mormons, not just Catholics, not just any other group. It is written, and it shall be so.But the one thing that I wanted to tell you grandpa. Is that I love you, and the lessons in life that you taught me. Between you and my father, I was taught work ethics from a very young age. Those ethics have carried me through some very tough times in life. For that I am grateful. I don’t have my hand out to you asking you for anything. Because you have already given me an inner willpower to strive to be better all of the time. I work continuously to improve the lives of my family and of those around me.This year I have organized 9 Freedom Rallies, and I have drove thousands of miles to participate in those rallies. Without pay. Without any immediate reward. Because I love freedom, and I love our country. Which is something else that I learned from you grandpa.My inheritance from you was given to me when I was 3 years old, when I asked you “Grandpa am I a good worker”, and you replied “Yes Ryan, you are”.I knew from that age that I had a purpose and a strength that you gave me, and that no one could take away. Likewise, my children are very hard workers, and they know the value of a job well done.I hope you know how much you have given me, and how much I appreciate it. I will never forsake you or the things that you have taught me.With love and respect.Sincerely, Ryan Richard Thompsonhttps://www.facebook.com/notes/rich-garvey-banton/dear-grandpa/158318271862

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Birth date: 10 Mar 1977 Birth place: Residence date: 1994 Residence place: Mapleton, UT

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Citation details: Thompson Family history website, lineage of Ryan Richard Thompson
Date of entry in original source: October 19, 2009
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Dear Grandpa October 19, 2009 at 6:13pmDear Grandpa,It was so nice to visit with you an Maurine last week. What a blessing that adventure was! By the time I got home I had traveled 2300 miles! We live north of Spokane in a quiet little community called “Deer Park”. Everyone has horses, and livestock. Our next door neighbor has 50 head of Bison. I feel like you would love it up here, and I wish so bad that you were able to visit me.I wanted you to know, that I came down to Utah to visit you, because it was a very special day for a very special person. I also organized two freedom rallies while I was in Utah as well, but the primary mission was to see my grandpa who has taught me so much.Grandpa from an early age, I have learned a lot from you. Mostly good things! Religion is a sore spot for me, because from my point of view, religion causes people so much pain. Most of the wars in the world have been as a result of one religion not agreeing with another. In 1857, this was also true for the LDS church, and leaders of the LDS church in southern Utah took part in a horrible massacre in Mountain Meadows. Even Brigham Young’s own adopted son took part in this massacre of over 100 innocent men, women and children.Grandpa, you must understand that I love you. Even though I respect your faith. I truly do not want anything to do with religion in general though. From the Catholics with the Inquisitions, to the Mormons in the Mountain Meadows Massacre. Religion is just a very scary to me. One on one faith is much more pure to me. Thats why I call my faith a “relationship” and not a “religion”, because I have a relationship with the Lord.I have faith in Jesus. I studied my Bible all of the time. I memorize scriptures. I love the Lord with all of my heart. I hope that is some comfort to you. These scriptures are truth to me, and they tell me no total apostasy ever took place, nor will it ever take place.“The Lord will not cast off his people, neither will he forsake his inheritance” (Psalm 94:14). “They that trust in the Lord shall be as Mt. Zion, which cannot be removed, but abideth forever. As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so the Lord is round about his people from henceforth even forever” (Psalm 125:1-2). Read Psalm 89:19-37. “I will make an everlasting covenant with them that I will not turn away from them to do them good. I will put my fear in their hearts. They shall not depart from me” (Jeremiah 32:40). Our Savior promises, “My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me; And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand. My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father’s hand. I and my Father are one” (John 10:27-30).I believe that those who trust in the Lord will be reunited some day. I firmly believe that this applies to everyone, not just Mormons, not just Catholics, not just any other group. It is written, and it shall be so.But the one thing that I wanted to tell you grandpa. Is that I love you, and the lessons in life that you taught me. Between you and my father, I was taught work ethics from a very young age. Those ethics have carried me through some very tough times in life. For that I am grateful. I don’t have my hand out to you asking you for anything. Because you have already given me an inner willpower to strive to be better all of the time. I work continuously to improve the lives of my family and of those around me.This year I have organized 9 Freedom Rallies, and I have drove thousands of miles to participate in those rallies. Without pay. Without any immediate reward. Because I love freedom, and I love our country. Which is something else that I learned from you grandpa.My inheritance from you was given to me when I was 3 years old, when I asked you “Grandpa am I a good worker”, and you replied “Yes Ryan, you are”.I knew from that age that I had a purpose and a strength that you gave me, and that no one could take away. Likewise, my children are very hard workers, and they know the value of a job well done.I hope you know how much you have given me, and how much I appreciate it. I will never forsake you or the things that you have taught me.With love and respect.Sincerely, Ryan Richard Thompsonhttps://www.facebook.com/notes/rich-garvey-banton/dear-grandpa/158318271862

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Dear Grandpa October 19, 2009 at 6:13pmDear Grandpa,It was so nice to visit with you an Maurine last week. What a blessing that adventure was! By the time I got home I had traveled 2300 miles! We live north of Spokane in a quiet little community called “Deer Park”. Everyone has horses, and livestock. Our next door neighbor has 50 head of Bison. I feel like you would love it up here, and I wish so bad that you were able to visit me.I wanted you to know, that I came down to Utah to visit you, because it was a very special day for a very special person. I also organized two freedom rallies while I was in Utah as well, but the primary mission was to see my grandpa who has taught me so much.Grandpa from an early age, I have learned a lot from you. Mostly good things! Religion is a sore spot for me, because from my point of view, religion causes people so much pain. Most of the wars in the world have been as a result of one religion not agreeing with another. In 1857, this was also true for the LDS church, and leaders of the LDS church in southern Utah took part in a horrible massacre in Mountain Meadows. Even Brigham Young’s own adopted son took part in this massacre of over 100 innocent men, women and children.Grandpa, you must understand that I love you. Even though I respect your faith. I truly do not want anything to do with religion in general though. From the Catholics with the Inquisitions, to the Mormons in the Mountain Meadows Massacre. Religion is just a very scary to me. One on one faith is much more pure to me. Thats why I call my faith a “relationship” and not a “religion”, because I have a relationship with the Lord.I have faith in Jesus. I studied my Bible all of the time. I memorize scriptures. I love the Lord with all of my heart. I hope that is some comfort to you. These scriptures are truth to me, and they tell me no total apostasy ever took place, nor will it ever take place.“The Lord will not cast off his people, neither will he forsake his inheritance” (Psalm 94:14). “They that trust in the Lord shall be as Mt. Zion, which cannot be removed, but abideth forever. As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so the Lord is round about his people from henceforth even forever” (Psalm 125:1-2). Read Psalm 89:19-37. “I will make an everlasting covenant with them that I will not turn away from them to do them good. I will put my fear in their hearts. They shall not depart from me” (Jeremiah 32:40). Our Savior promises, “My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me; And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand. My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father’s hand. I and my Father are one” (John 10:27-30).I believe that those who trust in the Lord will be reunited some day. I firmly believe that this applies to everyone, not just Mormons, not just Catholics, not just any other group. It is written, and it shall be so.But the one thing that I wanted to tell you grandpa. Is that I love you, and the lessons in life that you taught me. Between you and my father, I was taught work ethics from a very young age. Those ethics have carried me through some very tough times in life. For that I am grateful. I don’t have my hand out to you asking you for anything. Because you have already given me an inner willpower to strive to be better all of the time. I work continuously to improve the lives of my family and of those around me.This year I have organized 9 Freedom Rallies, and I have drove thousands of miles to participate in those rallies. Without pay. Without any immediate reward. Because I love freedom, and I love our country. Which is something else that I learned from you grandpa.My inheritance from you was given to me when I was 3 years old, when I asked you “Grandpa am I a good worker”, and you replied “Yes Ryan, you are”.I knew from that age that I had a purpose and a strength that you gave me, and that no one could take away. Likewise, my children are very hard workers, and they know the value of a job well done.I hope you know how much you have given me, and how much I appreciate it. I will never forsake you or the things that you have taught me.With love and respect.Sincerely, Ryan Richard Thompsonhttps://www.facebook.com/notes/rich-garvey-banton/dear-grandpa/158318271862

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