Wilma Svedin Larson, AG[edit | edit source]
Wilma was born and raised in the Salt Lake Valley. Wilma's grandmother and mother instilled in her a love for doing Swedish genealogy at a very early age. After serving an mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter/day Saints in Sweden for two years, she decided to change her major to Scandinavian research. Wilma is currently working at the Family History Library as a Scandinavian Research Consultant. She enjoys being with her husband, Cregg Larson, who also has Scandinavian ancestry and her children and grandchildren.
Education[edit | edit source]
Bachelor of Science degree in Genealogy Technology, Brigham Young University, 1972 -- emphasis in Scandinavian research and with a minor in the Swedish language.
Credentials[edit | edit source]
Wilma has been an accredited Swedish researcher with ICAPGEN since 2007.
Experience[edit | edit source]
- Flexowriter operator for 2 years for the Genealogical Society (now the Family History Department)
- Supervisor of Scandinavian research for 2 years at the Brigham Young University Genealogical Research Center
- Private Swedish researcher for 15 years.
- Employed as Research Consultant for the Family History Library since 2008
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