Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Mormon Entrepreneur - Family History Issue

I received the following email from Mormon Entepreneur that I am passing along to you.  It's a great read. I really loved hearing the stories on how the movers and shakers in the genealogy world got their start and what drives them. Enjoy!
Dear Renee,
I wanted to share the following with you and would appreciate you sharing this with your readers or others you may find interested:
Mormon Entrepreneur has published their latest issue on Family History entrepreneurs. Published online every other month, Mormon Entrepreneur seeks to engage aspiring entrepreneurs through the stories of successful entrepreneurs. The result is a community of entrepreneurs engaged in each others success. In this issue, Alan Eaton (, Janet Hovorka (Generation Maps), John Vilburn (Ohana Software), Paul Allen (, and Russ Wilding ( are highlighted. Learn about about OneGreatFamily's latest project Ask yourself, “Would I do Family History work if it took only one click to find a family member that I could take to the temple?" Read their stories online at Enjoy.

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