wrigjef wrote:Treat her as any other less active single sister. Next I'd let the bishop decide if they should remain on the records.
??? I'm not sure as there's any choice in the matter. If you have a good address on her and she's in the ward boundaries, I don't think you have any valid options. Not unless you want to ask her if she's willing to write a letter to remover her name from church records.
If we're talking about a YSA ward, then by all means move her to a family ward - but don't expect any Christmas cards from the ward you send her to.
drepouille wrote:The membership audit displays a list of "single" adults (per their membership records), and asks you to mark which are actually married. Each one you mark results in an audit exception, which must be corrected. However, as stated, LCR requires information that may be unobtainable, before a non-member spouse can be added. We can't correct the exceptions without the data, which is not available to us.
You might want to see what the minimum information is. It might only be a name and marriage year. That may be obtainable - especially if the local paper runs a list of marriages. Speaking for myself, I don't think I'd lose sleep going with a estimate. I'd think being a bit off on the year is preferable to a wrong marital status. The lack of a month/day in the date may motivate someone to correct it.
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