1985
Appointments
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“Appointments,” Ensign, July 1985, 77–78

Appointments

Temple Presidents

John Langeland, a retired banker and former Norwegian Mission president, has been called as president of the new Stockholm Sweden Temple, to be dedicated in July. His wife, Edna Fluge Langeland, will serve as temple matron.

LeRoy Layton, a Chandler, Arizona, farmer and rancher, has been called to preside over the Arizona Temple, succeeding President L. Harold Wright. President Layton has been serving as a sealer in the temple. His wife, Roberta Nash Layton, will serve as temple matron.

Lorenzo N. Hoopes, a retired executive of a grocery store chain, has been called as president of the Oakland Temple, succeeding President Don R. Smith. President Hoopes has been serving as second counselor in the temple presidency. His wife, Stella Sorensen Hoopes, will serve as temple matron.

Arthur H. Strong, currently supervisor of couples serving as missionaries at Church visitors’ centers, has been called to preside over the Santiago Chile Temple, succeeding President Eugene F. Olsen. President Strong has been serving as a sealer and ordinance worker in the Salt Lake Temple. His wife, Nedra Heward Strong, will serve as temple matron.

Regional Representatives

Val R. Christensen, vice president at Utah State University, has been called as regional representative to the Cache Utah South and Logan Utah Regions. He is a former stake president.

Arnold Gilbert, a Brigham City, Utah, physician, has been called as regional representative over the Brigham City Utah Region. He is a former stake president.

Glen V. Holley of Ogden, Utah, has been called as regional representative to the Clearfield Utah and Syracuse Utah Regions. He is a former mission and stake president.

Reed L. Reeve of Salt Lake City has been called as regional representative to the Granite Utah and Olympus Utah Regions. He has served as mission and stake president.

Mission President

Manuel Ybarra Rodriguez, a Borrego Springs, California, businessman, has been called to preside over the Peru Trujillo Mission. He is stake patriarch in the Palm Springs California Stake. He and his wife, Barbara Scott Rodriguez, have six children.

Stake Presidents

Adelaide Australia Marion Stake, Barry Lee; Altamont Utah Stake (new, from a division of the Duchesne Utah Stake), Everett Dee Roberts; Altoona Pennsylvania Stake, James L. Hales; Boise Idaho South Stake, Kenneth L. Roberts; Calama Chile Stake (new), Ivan Gonzalez Castillo; Caldwell New Jersey Stake (new, from a division of the Morristown New Jersey Stake), Darwin L. Cheney; Cusco Peru Stake, Jose U. Coacalla G.; Duchesne Utah Stake, C. Leland Wright; Ft. Collins Colorado Stake, Robert E. Taylor; Greeley Colorado Stake (new, from a division of the Ft. Collins Colorado Stake), Gilbert I. Sandberg.

Honolulu Hawaii Stake, Donald L. Hallstrom; Kahului Hawaii Stake, Boyd P. Mossman; Kaikohe New Zealand Stake, Leslie N. Going; Palmerston North New Zealand Stake, Allen McGregor Hippolite; Puerto Montt Chile Stake, Julio Otay Gomez.

Salt Lake Liberty Stake, Charles P. Lloyd; Salt Lake Mt. Olympus Stake, Robert L. Rice; Salt Lake University Second Stake, Terrel H. Bell; Sandpoint Idaho Stake, Glen B. Marks; Sandy Utah Granite Stake, Donald P. Mangum; Seoul Korea Kang Seo Stake, Nae Joung Park; Spanish Fork Utah Palmyra Stake, Shelby R. Lisonbee; Yuma Arizona Stake, Earl L. Neeley.