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Elizabeth Ann Grindstaff, American Fine artist. Troop leader Utah county Girl Scouts United States of America, 1991-1993; art specialist Rosecrest Elementary School, Salt Lake City, 1990-1992, member contest committee, 1991-1992; music director Latter- Day Saints (Mormons) HVII Ward Relief Society, Salt Lake City, 1990-1994, sec.LDS HVII Ward Primary Presidency, since 1994; small group leader Tough Love International, 1994.

Background

Grindstaff, Elizabeth Ann was born on June 22, 1955 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Ernest Yarnall and Evelyn Mildred (Ream) Wurth.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, University Utah, 1986.

Career

Fine artist, Salt Lake City, since 1986. Judge Parent-Teachers Association Reflections, Salt Lake City, 1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Thawed Weeds with Rock, 1987 (Merit prize 1987), Road Sculpture, 1987 (Honorary mention 1988).

Membership

Troop leader Utah council Girl Scouts United States of America, 1991-1993. Art specialist Rosecrest Elementary School, Salt Lake City, 1990-1992, member contest committee, 1991-1992. Music director Latter Day Saints HVII Ward Relief Society, Salt Lake City, 1990-1994, secretary Latter Day Saints HVII Ward Primary Presidency, since 1994.

Small group leader Tough Love International, 1994. Member of Inter. Fellowship Christians and Jews, Arthritis Foundation, Organization Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Education and Research.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, sewing, needlepoint.

Connections

Married David Lee Grindstaff, March 20, 1976 (divorced). Children: Benjamin Buck, Jesse Jed, Sheila Rae, Monica Kay.

father:
Ernest Yarnall Wurth

mother:
Evelyn Mildred (Ream) Wurth

spouse:
David Lee Grindstaff

children:
Benjamin Buck Grindstaff

Jesse Jed Grindstaff

Sheila Rae Grindstaff

Monica Kay Grindstaff