Farmington woman learned to love the life of a pastor's wife
Jeanne Trygstad took some convincing when the young man she'd been seeing asked her to be his wife.
He asked once, and she said no.
He asked a second time, and she turned him down again. He was going to be a pastor, she said, and Trygstad did not want to be a pastor's wife, a position that in those days came with expectations you would be active behind the scenes at the church, leading the ladies' aid or directing the choir.