“Appointments,” Ensign, Sept. 1987, 79–80
E. LaMar Buckner, of Ogden, Utah, has been called to preside over the Ogden Temple. His wife, Melba Hale Buckner, will serve as matron. An insurance executive, President Buckner has served as a regional representative, mission president, and stake president. Sister Buckner has served as an officer and teacher in various Church auxiliaries.
Edgar M. Denny, Bountiful, Utah, has been called as president of the Salt Lake Temple. His wife, Eula Peterson Denny, will be temple matron. President Denny, a lawyer, has served the Church as a regional representative, mission president, and stake president. Sister Denny has served in Church administrative and teaching positions.
George C. Ficklin, Tremonton, Utah, is the new president of the Logan Temple. His wife, Arlene Jackson Ficklin, will serve as matron. A retired physician, President Ficklin has served as stake president and patriarch. Sister Ficklin has served in various organizations of the Church.
E. Leroy Hatch, of Colonia Juarez, Mexico, will preside over the Guatemala City Temple. He will be assisted by his wife, Jeanne Joyce Larson Hatch, will serve as temple matron. A physician, President Hatch has served as mission president, regional representative, and director of the Missionary Training Center in Mexico City. Sister Hatch has held teaching and leadership positions in the Relief Society, Young Women, and Primary.
Glen V. Holley, Ogden, Utah, will preside over the Lima, Peru, Temple. Serving as matron will be his wife, Lucille T. Holley. President Holley is a retired Civil Service employee of the U. S. Air Force. He has served as mission president, regional representative, and stake president. Sister Holley has been in leadership positions in various organizations of the Church.
John A. Larsen, Salt Lake City, will be president of the Jordan River Temple in South Jordan, Utah. His wife, Lois Manwill Larsen, will serve as matron. President Larsen is a retired high school principal. He has served as a regional representative, mission president, and stake president. Sister Larsen has served as an officer and teacher in various auxiliary organizations.
Salem Oregon Region, A. Keith Martin, attorney, former regional welfare agent, stake president, and bishop.
Toronto Ontario, Montreal-Ottawa, and Dartmouth Nova Scotia regions, C. Malcolm Warner, area director for Church Educational System, former stake president.
Colleen Young Staker of Salt Lake City has been called to the Relief Society General Board. She has served as stake and ward Relief Society president and as a worker in the Jordan River Temple.
Sydney Young Sharp Aldous, Salt Lake City, has been called to the Young Women General Board. Sister Aldous has served as a counselor in stake Young Women and Relief Society.
Marie Kartchner Hafen, of Provo, Utah, has been called to the Young Women General Board. She has served on the Relief Society Curriculum Writing Committee, in a ward Young Women presidency, and as ward Relief Society president.
Terry R. Clegg, of Sandy, Utah, has been called to the Young Men General Board. He has previously served as high councilor, bishop’s counselor, and Young Men president.
Kenneth L. Zabriskie, Salt Lake City, has been called to the Young Men General Board. He has previously served as mission president and as a counselor in a stake presidency.
Temple Square Director
Joseph F. Horne, Salt Lake City, has been called to serve as director of Temple Square in Salt Lake City. He has served as associate director of Temple Square, mission president, and bishop.
Named as associate directors were C. Warren Metcalf and Don L. Buehner, both also of Salt Lake City.