Appointments
    Footnotes
    Theme

    “Appointments,” Ensign, Sept. 1985, 79–80

    Appointments

    Regional Representatives

    Grant R. Ipsen, a Boise, Idaho, insurance salesman and financial tax planner, has been called as regional representative to the Rexburg Idaho and Rexburg Idaho College regions. He is a former mission president (Denmark), stake president, and high councilor.

    Louis E. Ringger, a retired U.S. Steel executive from Orem, Utah, has been called as regional representative to the Milan Italy Region. Brother Ringger, a native of Switzerland, has served twice as both a bishop and a high councilor.

    Stake Presidents

    Willow Creek Colorado Stake (new, from a division of the Littleton Colorado Stake), Robert K. Bills, a telephone company executive; Santa Fe Argentina Stake, Luis Clemente Leonidas Coronel, an institute director; Manteca California Stake, Leonard Dee Wallace, a chemist; San Jose Costa Rica Stake, Milton F. Marin, a sales representative.

    Bountiful Utah Mueller Park Stake, Craig L. Smith, an insurance executive; Calgary Alberta Stake, B. Kent Remington, a dermatologist; Citrus Heights California Stake, Victor L. Brown, Jr., Northern California area director for LDS Welfare Services; Ciudad Mante Mexico Stake, Rosalio Chavez Padron, a maker of doors and ornamental iron work for houses; Columbus Ohio East Stake, Kenneth G. Peterson, a department store data center manager.

    Nephi Utah North Stake (new, from a division of the Nephi Utah Stake), James R. McKnight, city administrator; Newcastle-Under-Lyme England Stake, Robert Ian Burgess, an engineering company executive; Salt Lake Hunter South (new, from a division of the Salt Lake Hunter and Salt Lake Hunter East stakes), Morris L. Terry, a sanitation district equipment operator.

    Mexico City Netzahualcoyotl Stake, Evaristo de Leon Gayoso, seminary and institute teacher; Oklahoma City Oklahoma Stake, Rodger Dean Duncan, president of a management consulting firm.

    Araraquara Brazil Stake, Edson Lustoza Araujo, cardiologist; Barranquilla Colombia Stake (new), Libardo Rodriguez, a customs broker; Brigham Young University Thirteenth Stake, Dee F. Andersen, vice-president for administrative services at BYU; Buenos Aires Argentina Castelar Stake, Emilio Carlos Canga, principal Argentine accountant for the Presiding Bishopric Office; Iquitos Peru Sacha Chorro Stake (new, from a division of the Iquitos Peru Stake), Jorge Diaz Suarez, accountant; Mexico City Mexico Oriental Stake, Felipe Angel Alvarado Arias, home product distributor.

    Price Utah North Stake, Kent C. Lowe, a dentist; Rochester New York Stake, Norman W. Burningham, a chemical engineer; Rochester New York Palmyra Stake (new, from a division of the Rochester New York Stake), Kay R. Whitmore, president of Eastman Kodak Company; Sandy Utah Cottonwood Creek Stake, Russell Elmer Tueller, land development company controller.

    São Bernardo Brazil Stake, Joao Roberto Grahl, coordinator for the Church Educational System; São Paulo Brazil Interlagos Stake (new, from the São Paulo Brazil West and the São Paulo Brazil Santo Amaro Stakes), Walter Guedes de Queiroz, educational coordinator; São Paulo Brazil Santo Amaro Stake, Manoel Ricardo Castro, textile plant superintendent.