Aunt Susan and Aunt Kathleen
Aaron and Ali and Anya
Jack & Lucas love Uncle Aaron!
Aaron and his parents.
Friends and companion from his mission.
There is nothing better than FAMILY!

Aaron's Homecoming was given on March 25, 2012. He spoke about being diligent in following the guidance of the Lord. He related several stories from his mission about how he and his companion diligently followed the promptings of Lord. His examples showed that working hard and persevering through trials and frustrations was rewarded by people accepting the gospel and being baptized.

Thanks to everyone who came and supported Aaron by attending his homecoming! We were so happy to see the family and friends that attended!


Standing in front of his new TRUCK!
Welcome Home Elder Phillips!
Elder Phillips with his grandparents.
Elder Phillips with Ali and Jack
Elder Phillips with the parents
Dad got the second hug!
Elder Phillips and the Neidigs
Mom got the first hug!

Aaron arrived home on March 9, 2012. This was a day that we had been looking forward to for 2 years! We had a count-down going from 100 days on. Everyone that would see us would always ask how many more days? We were always excited to tell anyone the number of days left.

It was a very emotional reunion between Aaron and his family. He saw his mom first and immediately dropped his back-back and ran to her and gave her a huge bear hug. Then he moved on to his dad, grandparents and sister.

We are so grateful for the safe return of Aaron and for the wonderful experience that he had serving the people in the Massachusetts Boston Mission.



You are invited to attend Elder Aaron Phillips' homecoming. The information is listed below:

March 25, 2012
10:45 am
6710 South 2522 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84121

Please join us afterwards for lunch to celebrate his return home.

6660 S. Aqua Vista Cove (2885 East)


March 7, 2012

Our most recent baptism!

Just dropping a note to say that I am good. We had a baptism last week. I will tell you about it later. I am in the mall and want to enjoy my last p-day! I will see you in 2 days! I love you. Well, Peace out!

Elder Phillips