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Lorena Jo Staples

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Lorena Jo Staples, American transition home director. Royden C. Braithwaite scholar Southern Utah University, 1981-1983. Volunteer homemaking program for the woman Latter Day Saints Church; judge beauty pagents.

Background

Staples, Lorena Jo was born on August 4, 1962 in Whittier, California, United States. Daughter of William Paul and Sally Ann (McKinney) Sullivan.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Home Economics, Associate of Arts in Marketing, Southern Utah State College, 1985. Bachelor of Science in Education, Southern Utah State College, 1990.

Career

Manager, director State Home for Mentally Ill Women, St. George, Utah, 1985-1986. Assistant manager County Seat, Goodlettsville, Tennessee, 1986-1987. Manager Brooks Fashions, 1987-1988.

Owner, director Transition Home for Girls, St. George, since 1988.

Views

God is literally the father of every human being. He has a body, and emotions like human beings. Therefore it is possible to have very close and personal relationship between God and each individual.

Membership

Volunteer homemaking program for the woman Latter Day Saints Church. Judge beauty pagents.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Aerobics, weightlifting, waterskiing, jet skiing, boating.

Connections

Daughter of James Edmund Thornton.; married Timothy Darrell Mantlo, June 2, 1984 (divorced September 1988). Children: Tanesha Mantlo, Milea Mantlo.

Married John Raymond Staples, November 15, 1991. 1 child, Jeffrey Staples.

father:
James Edmund Thornton Sullivan

father:
William Paul Sullivan

mother:
Sally Ann (McKinney) Sullivan

spouses:
Timothy Darrell Mantlo

John Raymond Staples

children:
Tanesha Mantlo Staples

Milea Mantlo Staples

Jeffrey Staples