“Appointments,” Ensign, Aug. 1985, 80


    Temple Square Directors

    Arch L. Madsen, former president of Bonneville International Corporation, is the new director of visitors’ centers on Temple Square. He succeeds Marvin L. Pugh, who has been called as first counselor in the presidency of the Jordan River Temple. Joseph F. Horne and Sam Park have been called as assistant directors and Glen T. Bean will serve as executive secretary.

    Temple President

    Lysle R. Cahoon, a former regional representative, has been called to serve as the first president of the Chicago Illinois Temple. His wife, Betty,will serve as temple matron.

    Regional Representative

    Isaias Lozano Herrera of Mexico City has been called to serve as regional representative in the Valle Hermoso and Victoria Mexico regions. He is a former stake president and mission president.

    Youth Symphony, Chorus

    Jack Aird, an experienced musician and owner of a Salt Lake City insurance firm, has been called by the First Presidency to serve as president of the Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus.

    Stake Presidents

    Chula Vista California Stake, Richard Charles Sorenson, human factors department manager for the U.S. Navy Personnel Research and Development Center; Cuautla Mexico Stake, Rosendo Tiempos L., a teacher and chemical engineer; Dartmouth Nova Scotia Stake (new), Terry L. Livingstone, seminary coordinator for the Church Educational System; Fielding Utah Stake (new, from a division of the Garland Utah Stake), Mark H. Jensen, executive director for the United States Department of Agriculture in Box Elder County, Utah; Ft. Wayne Indiana Stake, Elvis J. Holt, an associate professor of anatomy and physiology at Indiana-Purdue University at Ft. Wayne; Garland Utah Stake, Robert R. Jensen, director of vocational education for Box Elder School District.

    Kaneohe Hawaii Stake, Don J. Heinz, vice-president and director of research for a sugar planters group; Layton Utah North Stake (new, from a division of the Layton Utah East Stake), Lorin W. Hurst, Jr., director of admissions and registration for Weber State College; Reading Pennsylvania Stake, William F. Byers, supervisor for a telephone and computer technology corporation.

    Salt Lake Central Stake, Melvin Barnes Scott, a retired salesman; Salt Lake Hunter Copperhill Stake (new, from a division of Salt Lake Hunter West Stake), Stanley Martin Kimball, certified public accountant; Salt Lake Winder Stake, Vernis C. Whisenant, Jr., marketing representative for a computer corporation; Santiago Chile Republica Stake, Jorge Fernando Zeballos, Chile Area building manager for the Presiding Bishopric Office.

    Tacoma Washington Stake, Kent Jay Stepan, owner of an engineering firm; Torreon Mexico Jardin Stake, Rafael Leon Miranda, a mechanic.