1985
    Appointments
    Footnotes
    Theme

    “Appointments,” Ensign, Nov. 1985, 112

    Appointments

    Temple President

    Samuel Boren has been called as president of the Lima Peru Temple. His wife, Clara, will serve as temple matron. President Boren has previously served as president of the Mexico Veracruz, Italy Milan, and Italy Catania missions. Sister Boren is a former member of the Relief Society General Board. Both are natives of Argentina.

    Regional Representative

    Harrisburg and Philadelphia Pennsylvania regions, Kenneth Wayne Whitt, president of a manufacturing and engineering consulting firm.

    Relief Society Board

    Jayne B. Malan, Holladay Seventh Ward, Salt Lake Mt. Olympus Stake.

    Stake Presidents

    Sugar City Idaho Stake, Kenneth Rex Howell, director of public relations for Ricks College; Vienna Austria Stake, Ernst Husz, a comptroller for a newspaper.

    La Carlota Philippines Stake (from a division of the Bacolod Philippines Stake), Antonio V. Custodio, an operator in charge of a telecommunications bureau; Legaspi Philippine Stake (new), Jose P. Leveriza, a professor of public administration at Bicol University; Makiling Philippines Stake (new), Jose T. Aguilar, an agribusinessman; Merthyr Tydfil Wales, John Edward Mahoney, manager of a forklift company; Monroe Louisiana Stake (new), John Robert Falk, vice-president/general manager of a paper sack manufacturing firm; Naga Philippines Stake (new), Avelino S. Babia, Sr., a surveyor.

    San Pablo Philippines Stake (new), Cleofas S. Canoy, an agricultural research specialist; Sandy Springs Georgia Stake, Paul Anderson Snow, regional manager for a mortgage banking firm; Santiago Chile Puento Alto Stake (from a division of the Santiago Chile La Florida Stake), Jorge Andres Pedrero, a physician; Santiago Chile San Miguel Stake (from a division of the Santiago Chile Republica Stake), Hector Gustavo Carvajal, a businessman.

    Birmingham Alabama Stake, Barry Wayne Seidel, an engineer; Caldwell Idaho Stake, Hal Evan Mickelsen, a dentist; Charleston South Carolina Stake, Lynn Holt Blake, research director at the Medical University of South Carolina; Dayton Ohio East Stake, Brent Marvin Strong, a lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force; Houston Texas South Stake (from a division of the Houston Texas Stake), Bevan B. Blake, an economic specialist with an oil company; Lima Peru San Juan Stake, Juan Santiago Vergaray, regional supervisor for real estate with the Presiding Bishopric’s office; Lima Peru Villa Maria Stake (from a division of the Lima Peru San Juan Stake), Juan Maguina, a health technician and salesman.

    Davao Philippines Buhangin Stake (from a division of the Davao Philippines Stake), Patrick Hartford Morgan Clair, a lumber dealer; Eugene Oregon Stake, Ned Jay Christensen, chairman of Speech Pathology and Audiology, University of Oregon.