March 29, 2020


Centerville GA


Elder Tyson Dunn

Season 14, episode 6 -- The unexpected ending

Well folks, the bow has been tied.

The last 14 days have been about as tumultuous as can be. We spent a lot of time inside, heard lots of news updates, and ultimately found out that a large percentage of missionaries would be going home early, including myself.

I checked multiple boxes on the list of criteria that would send a missionary home at this time, so its not a huge surprise, but it is still odd to be home so much earlier than originally planned.

In the last 2 weeks, I at one point had 135 days left, and then they told me I'd be home in May, which took me to 50 days left. A day or so after that I was told I had less than 10 days left as a missionary. So things escalated pretty quickly.

If you are friends with me on Facebook, you may have seen a longer post that portrays my feelings about all of this. In summation, I am grateful as I can be.

I was able to serve 20/24 months, I have grown, I have learned, and I have loved. I have seen the Lords hand in my daily life, and I have felt his love not only for me, but for everyone that I met.

I'm grateful for all of you that read these emails and supported me in my endeavors. I have felt your love and prayers and am very blessed to know and associate with you.

I am now home in my new house in Draper, Utah, and am settling well. I would love to continue to hear from any of you, so if you'd like to stay in contact my facebook page is good, my email is, or my cell (starting tues or wednesday) will be the same as when I left. feel free to reach out through any of these platforms!

Again, many thanks to all of you. I wouldnt be where or who I am without each of you.

Stay blessed, and talk soon



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