“Seattle Temple Presidency Called,” Ensign, Sept. 1978, 77
A Renton, Washington, dentist has been called as president of the new Seattle Temple.
Dr. F. Arthur Kay, a Regional Representative since 1970, will serve as president of the temple, which is under construction in Bellevue, Washington. Eunice Deel Nielsen Kay, his wife, will serve as temple matron. Counselors to President Kay will be Gene M. Conger of Seattle and Anthony I. Eyring of Mercer Island, Washington.
The First Presidency announced the callings after the groundbreaking and dedicatory service May 27 at the temple site. President Marion G. Romney, second counselor in the First Presidency, offered a dedicatory prayer at the service, which was attended by 1,200 members of the Church.