“Appointments,” Ensign, Apr. 1988, 80


Mission Presidents

The First Presidency has announced the appointment of nine new mission presidents. Specific assignments will be announced at a later date.

Anan Eldredge, a native of Thailand, is a self-employed retail jeweler in Anchorage, Alaska. He was formerly employed by the Church as a translation supervisor and distribution manager in Thailand. He has served as a counselor to a mission president and as a branch president. His wife, Margaret, will accompany him in his new assignment.

John F. Grove, Jr., of York, Pennsylvania, is chairman and president of a graphic services business. He has served the Church as a regional representative, stake president, and bishop. He will be accompanied in his assignment by his wife, Terry, and one daughter.

Cecil Scott Grow, of Meridian, Idaho, is a partner in a certified public accounting firm. He has served the Church as a counselor in a stake presidency and as a counselor in a bishopric. He will be assisted in his new assignment by his wife, Rhonda.

Blaine P. Jensen, of Farmington, Utah, a retired U.S. Army officer, is currently employed as director of international physical facilities for the Church. He earlier was employed by the Church as director of temporal affairs in the British Isles and Africa. His wife, Clarice, will serve with him in his assignment.

Karl F. Keeler, of Bountiful, Utah, is a native of Canada. Currently vice president of a farm management company, he has also been employed by the Welfare Services Department of the Church. He has served as a stake high councilor and a bishop. His wife, Norma, will assist him in his new assignment.