Marriages


Michelle & Mark (2019)
Sandy UT 

Terisa & Thomas (2019)
Hurricane UT 

MaryAnn & Russ (2019)
Washington UT 

Mari & David (2019)
St. George UT 

Natalie and Adam (2018)
Sandy UT 

Christy & Houston (2018)
Tremonton UT 

Veronica & David (2018)
St. Louis MO 

*Kristine&Nathan. (2018)
Albuquerque NM 

Lovey & Dennis (2018)
Kanarraville UT 

Deborah and Chris (2018)
Pocatello ID 

Suzanne and Rod (2018)
Bountiful UT 

Tracy & David (2018)
Layton UT 

Molly & Chris (2017)
Hooper UT 

*Alleen & Marshall (2017)
Twin Falls ID 

*Ruth & John (2017)
Ogden UT 

Amy & Max (2017)
Park City UT 

Allison & Michael (2017)
Sandy UT 

*Janet and David (2017)
Sandy UT 

Allison & Dallas (2017)
Chico CA 

Ali & David (2017)
Layton UT 

*Donna & Ken (2016)
Fresno CA 

Michelle & Jerry (2016)
Roy UT 

Teresa & Rick (2016)
Sandy UT 

*Marianne & Bill (2016)
Salt Lake City UT 

Jennifer & Scott (2016)
Ogden UT 

Brooke & Corey (2016)
Missoula MT 

*Kamille & Cody (2016)
Midway UT 

Jarica & Scott (2015)
Lehi UT 

Trina & Scott (2015)
Idaho Falls ID 

Janina & Dee (2015)
South Salt Lak UT 

Robin&Leonardo (2014)
St. Augustine FL 

Melissa & Richard (2014)
Pensacola FL 

*Vera Lyn & Scott (2014)
Bountiful UT 

Susan & Grant (2014)
Salt Lake City UT 

Shannon & Dave (2014)
Idaho Falls ID 

*Janalee & Todd (2014)
Bountiful UT 

Andree & Collin (2014)
Kearns UT 

Carissa & Brendan (2014)
South Weber UT 

*Brittany & Jared (2014)
Bountiful UT 

Tiffanie & Corey (2014)
Fayettville AR 

*Kim & Don (2013)
Oak Ridge TN 

LaDean & Brian (2013)
Lehi UT 

*Jessica & Ben (2013)
Hurst TX 

Jeannie & Doug (2013)
St. George UT 

Erin & Aaron (2013)
Mesa AZ 

Ginger & Bob (2013)
Murray UT 

Danielle & Matthew (2012)
Bountiful UT 

Teresa & Tom (2012)
Taylorsville UT 

Karen & Collin (2012)
Tremonton UT 

*Cynthia & Brian (2012)
Salt Lake City UT 

Jami & Brad (2012)
Payson UT 

Rashell & Josh (2012)
St. George UT 

Becky & Raymond (2012)
Herriman UT 

Cindy & Jeremy (2012)
Salt Lake City UT 

Chrystal&Brandon (2012)
West Valley UT 

Marianne & Doug (2011)
Scottsdale AZ 

*Collette & Jeff (2011)
Pleasant View UT 

Christine & Brandan (2011)
Providence UT 

*Shirley & Darren (2011)
Mesa AZ 

Becky & Rob (2011)
Layton UT 

Jill & Kevin (2011)
Las Vegas NV 

*Dawn & Tim (2011)
Forest Grove OR 

Kelli & Jake (2011)
Salt Lake City UT 

Kim & Dorian (2011)
Highland UT 

Tricia & Eric (2011)
South Jordan UT 

Lisa & Rob (2011)
Herriman UT 

Frieda & Dave (2011)
Cottonwood Hei UT 

Angie & Troy (2011)
Ogden UT 

Susan & Will (2011)
Salt Lake City UT 

Denise & Kelly (2010)
Riverton UT 

*Rachel & Josue (2010)
Atlanta GA 

*Debra & Craig (2010)
Houston TX 

Kay & John (2010)
Boerne TX 

*Linda & Bill (2010)
Riverton UT 

Brittney & Chris (2010)
Pleasant Grove UT 

Darsie & Shon (2010)
Perry UT 

Jill & Terry (2010)
Auckland NZ 

Karine & Brad (2010)
Midvale UT 

Carrie & Damon (2010)
Mesa AZ 

*Alison & John (2010)
Sandy UT 

Becky & Jeff (2010)
SLC UT 

Carla & Tom (2010)
Aurora TX 

*Kate & Derek (2009)
West Point UT 

*Debbie & Bryon (2009)
Idaho Falls ID 

Lisa & Dennis (2009)
Spanish Fork UT 

Berit & Darren (2009)
Albuquerque NM 

*Nikki & Troy (2009)
St. Anthony ID 

Ada & Dennis (2009)
Mukilato WA 

Amy & Michael (2009)
Lubbock TX 

Paige & Jeff (2009)
Lehi UT 

*Marcie & Matt (2009)
Salt Lake City UT 

*Bob (2008)
Orem UT 

Melinda & Ryan (2008)
Orem UT 

Julie & Curtis (2008)
South Jordan UT 

*Kristy & Nate (2008)
Orem UT 

Jenny & Adam (2008)
West Jordan UT 

*Trisha & Dave (2007)
Layton UT 
     
           

LDS Women

Living Women
A living woman may be sealed to only one husband. If she is sealed to a husband and later divorced, she must receive a cancellation of that sealing from the First Presidency before she may be sealed to another man in her lifetime.

Deceased Women
A deceased woman may be sealed to all men to whom she was legally married during her life. However, if she was sealed to a husband during her life, all her husbands must be deceased before she can be sealed to a husband to whom she was not sealed during life.

 

Comments

"I was so excited to find out such a web site as this existed.  I was then excited to find out how many wonderful people there are out there.
People who had been through what I had been through. People that I could reach out to, and that could reach out to me through this web site.
The compassion and understanding was such a blessing. I have met life long friends. Not only that, I met my current wonderful husband
Jon here.  Don't be afraid to email fellow widows and widowers.  You may find a shoulder to lean on, a life long friend or more!
I feel I cannot express my appreciation in words for creating this web site.  It has helped make my life be more wonderful than I ever thought it
could be again."   Maryann - Herriman, UT

"Of all the single events I have been to, I had never been to a meeting just for widows. The one I went to in April for widows was a special meeting. I just felt people understood each other in a safe sort of way." Mark in Tennessee

"I'm a little confused , on the sealed thing because it's been confirmed with my bishop that i can be sealed to two men-- It's been changed. It has also been confirmed with others on this matter.  I also confirmed it with the stake president.".....Ann from Wyoming

"You cannot be sealed to 2 men. My husband researched this to great length. He too was told by a temple sealer that a women can be sealed to more than one man. He got his hopes up high. But as he researched and researched he found that only after death may she be sealed to both."....MaryAnn.

 

Dating Again

From the Phoenix Rising Website

When, or whether, a widow or widower starts dating again is entirely up to her or him - a totally individual decision - no right answer. Don't let anyone convince you otherwise.

On the other hand, a few comments from those who have done it may help:

In any case it's going to be awkward, like being 17 again and not knowing what to do. The people you meet are probably going to be a divorcees or widow(er)s, with their own emotional baggage. Some say it's easier with a widow(er) as you share the same kind of loss - some, in fact, find it hard to trust divorcees (Why did they end it?). Just as you need to share, you also need to protect each other's privacy.

Take time to think about what you really want in a relationship. Set high standards for yourself and try not to enter a relationship just to fill the present void. Stay with your high values and, if someone isn't right for you, move on.