Once a year I like to make sure you know where I stand.
I am not a spokesperson for FamilySearch. I write the Ancestry Insider independently of my work at FamilySearch. In this column I call it the way I see it, sometimes disagreeing with FamilySearch, albeit trying not to get fired. I try to be helpful and supportive. If I criticize FamilySearch, I try to suggest how they might improve.
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