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Diane Rogers

Office Manager and Research Coordinator

Diane Rogers began her love of family history when she was thirteen years old and has been actively researching her own family and the ancestors of others since that time. Because of the variety of areas in which she has researched and because of the many places she has lived, she has developed a broad knowledge of research in most areas in the United States, as well as experience with many European countries.

Diane has a Bachelor of Science degree in education and is skilled in both teaching and researching. She has been a Family History consultant for thirty years, the director of a Family History Center, organized community-designed genealogy firesides, taught numerous genealogy classes, and also worked as a consultant at the Salt Lake Family History Library. She has helped many find their “brick wall” ancestors both as a professional researcher and as an eager friend.