Leo Royal Balle

Alternate Names
Birth Date
1890 December 31
Death Date
1955 September 11
Gender
Male

Born in Fremont, Wayne, Utah, United States

1890 December 31
Mother
Emma Eugenia Thustrup
Father
Christian T Balle

Baptized by Soren Christian Thomsen, Balle

1898 December 31 (Age 8)

Served in California Mission

1919 September–1921 October (Age 28) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Single
Priesthood Office
Elder
Residence When Called
Fremont, Wayne, Utah, United States
Set Apart By
Richard Roswell Lyman
Images
Arizona Conference Missionaries December 5, 1920
California Mission, Arizona Conference April 18, 1921

Served in California Mission

1919 September–1921 October (Age 28) See Missionaries
Mission Type
Proselytizing
Marital Status
Single
Priesthood Office
Elder
Residence When Called
Fremont, Wayne, Utah, United States
Set Apart By
Richard Roswell Lyman
Additional Notes

About April 1, 1921 Elder Balle was assigned to train Elder Kasius. Elder O. F. Peterson returned to Phoenix to labor with Elder Balle, H. Bodily, and Kasius.  Peterson leads the four elders in a singing quartet, cottage meetings, & street meetings to build favorable interest towards the church (Calimis 6:3).  June 21, 1021 Elders Leo R. Balle and Marion Condie recently arrived in Winslow, Arizona where they will labor during the summer months.  Enroute to Winslow the Elders visited the saints of Chino, Flagstaff, and St. Joseph. At the latter place they held a fine cottage meeting at the home of some investigators (Calimis 12:7).

Images
Arizona Conference Missionaries December 5, 1920
California Mission, Arizona Conference April 18, 1921

departed from home

1919 October 1 (Age 28)

Married Alpha Rozena Madsen

1923 May 23 (Age 32)

Death in Payson, Utah, Utah, United States

1955 September 11 (Age 64)
Media
Leo Royal Balle (1890 - 1955) Profile
Arizona Conference Missionaries December 5, 1920
California Mission, Arizona Conference April 18, 1921
Arizona Conference Missionaries December 5, 1920
California Mission, Arizona Conference April 18, 1921

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