Michael A. Neider
Michael Antone Neider (born 1948) is an American leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). He was a counselor to Charles W. Dahlquist II in the general presidency of the Young Men organization of the LDS Church from 2004 to 2009.
Neider was born in Pocatello, Idaho and raised in Tyhee, Idaho. He served as an LDS Church missionary in the church's Central Atlantic States Mission. Neider obtained a law degree from Brigham Young University.
Neider married Rosemary Curtis in the Salt Lake Temple in 1971. The couple are the parents of eight children and reside in Sandy, Utah, where Neider's career has been as an executive in his own construction-materials manufacturing business.
Neider has also served in the LDS Church as a bishop and stake president. At the church's April 2004 general conference, Neider was accepted by the church as second counselor to Dahlquist in the Young Men general presidency. Dahlquist and his counselors were released in April 2009. Neider later served as president of the church's Las Vegas Nevada Mission from 2011 to 2014.
- “Michael A. Neider: Second Counselor in the Young Men General Presidency,” Liahona, May 2004, p. 127
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