Elder Quentin L. Cook

    Elder Quentin L. Cook was sustained as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on 6 October 2007. Called as a General Authority in April 1996, he served in the Second Quorum, the First Quorum, and the Presidency of the Seventy.
    He previously served in the Area Presidency in the Philippines, as president of the Pacific Islands and the North America Northwest Areas, and as Executive Director of the Missionary Department.
    At the time of his call to be a General Authority of the Church, he was vice chairman of Sutter Health System. He had previously served as president and chief executive officer of a California healthcare system. Prior to that, he was a business lawyer and managing partner of a San Francisco Bay Area law firm. He also served on the governing boards of a number of civic and business-related corporations.
    He is a native of Logan, Utah, received a bachelor’s degree in political science from Utah State University, with honors, and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Stanford University. Utah State University awarded him an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.
    He has served the Church as a full-time missionary in the British Mission and as a bishop, stake president in the San Francisco California Stake, Regional Representative, and Area Authority in the North America West Area.
    He married Mary Gaddie on November 30, 1962. They are the parents of three children and have eleven grandchildren.
    Last Updated On Aug 5, 2020
    Full Name
    Quentin L. Cook
    Born
    September 8, 1940
    Place of Birth
    Logan, Utah, United States
    Calling(s)
    TitleQuorum of the Twelve Apostles
    OrganizationQuorum of the Twelve Apostles
    Call DateOctober 6, 2007
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