“Two Called to Young Women General Presidency,” Ensign, July 1984, 75
Two Called to Young Women General Presidency
Patricia T. Holland of Provo, Utah, and Maurine J. Turley of Bountiful, Utah, have been called as first and second counselors in the general presidency of the Young Women organization of the Church.
They will serve with Sister Ardeth G. Kapp, whose calling as president was announced during general conference April 7.
Sister Holland has served as president of her ward Young Women organization, four times as a ward Relief Society president, and as a counselor in her ward Primary presidency. She has also taught in both Primary and Young Women.
A graduate of Dixie College and Brigham Young University, Patricia Holland is a native of St. George, Utah. She is the wife of Brigham Young University President Jeffrey R. Holland. The Hollands are the parents of two sons and a daughter.
Sister Turley has been serving as Young Women president in her Bountiful, Utah, ward. She has served as Laurel adviser, as counselor in a stake Relief Society presidency, and as Spiritual Living leader. She has also served as a ward choir director for twenty years.
She is principal and a teacher at the Millcreek Jr. High seminary in Bountiful, and has taught in the seminary system for seven years.
A native of Logan, Utah, she is married to Robert S. Turley, Jr., director of Operational Auditing for the Church. They are the parents of four sons and one daughter and have ten grandchildren.