Liz Sartori always had a curious mind. As a child, it got her into trouble. As an adult, it took her west where she traded her Catholic upbringing for life as a Mormon. And what a life it has been! The Clueless Investigator is Liz's conversion story, sharing memories of her life as a child, her move to Utah, and a photo gallery of pictures from her past. Liz was an elementary school teacher. Her students remember her... You were my teacher 26 years ago! I loved it when you let your snake slither around your neck and unsuspecting visitors would get their socks shocked off when they noticed! ~ Teri You were my most favorite teacher ever! I had so much fun on our trips–Green River, Hardware Ranch, Arches National Monument, fossil hunting, haunted houses. You will always be in my heart. ~ Jennie You were one popular teacher. We all wanted you! It was my best year–being John Wayne for my report, running 100 miles, burning wood books. Thank you, thank you, thank you! ~ Audrey I give you an A+++. Walker is a different child because he knows you. I cannot thank you enough for what you have done for him. ~ Seana
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Liz Sartori taught elementary school for thirty-five years—three in Connecticut, and thirty-two years in Utah. She supervised student teachers one year for Brigham Young University’s Education Department in the middle of her teaching career. She is in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. Liz feels her greatest rewards are the children who have come back to visit her as adults, who have shared favorite memories, invited her to mission farewells and weddings, and who attended her retirement celebration. As an educator, youth and family camp counselor, and scout leader of Cub Scouts, Webelos, Boy Scouts, and Special Interest Boy Scouts Search and Rescue, Liz truly appreciates getting to know and serve people who have blessed her life so abundantly. Liz acknowledges her work with the Disaster Action Team of the Red Cross (DAT), and her CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) training, for opportunities to learn and serve. Liz received her Bachelors Degree from Central Connecticut State College in New Britain, Connecticut, and her Masters Degree from Brigham Young University. She has two years toward a Masters Degree in Archaeology and Anthropology from BYU and maintains a life-long interest in those subjects. Liz was also presented with the Thatcher Award for Patriotism from the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
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Book Description Wildrose Press, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0615486061
Book Description Wildrose Press, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110615486061