1991
Six General Authorities Called, Five Reassigned
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“Six General Authorities Called, Five Reassigned,” Ensign, May 1991, 96

Six General Authorities Called, Five Reassigned

Five members of the Second Quorum of the Seventy were sustained to the First Quorum of the Seventy during the first session of the 161st Annual General Conference. In addition, six members were added to the Second Quorum of the Seventy.

Transferred from the Second Quorum of the Seventy to the First Quorum were Elders Monte J. Brough, Harold G. Hillam, L. Lionel Kendrick, Alexander B. Morrison, and L. Aldin Porter.

Elder Monte J. Brough
Elder Harold G. Hillam
Elder L. Lionel Kendrick
Elder Alexander B. Morrison
Elder L. Aldin Porter

Elder Monte J. Brough; Elder Harold G. Hillam; Elder L. Lionel Kendrick; Elder Alexander B. Morrison; Elder L. Aldin Porter

Elder Brough, fifty-one, a Randolph, Utah, native, was called in October 1988 and is currently Second Counselor in the Asia Area Presidency. Elder Hillam, fifty-five, from Sugar City, Idaho, was called in March 1990 and is currently First Counselor in the Brazil Area Presidency. Elder Kendrick, fifty-nine, a Baton Rouge, Louisiana, native, was called in April 1988 and is currently President of the Philippines/Micronesia Area. Elder Morrison, sixty, of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, was called in April 1987 and currently serves as First Counselor in the North America Southeast Area. Elder Porter, fifty-nine, a Salt Lake City native, was called in April 1987 and is currently serving as President of the Utah South Area and as Assistant Executive Director of the Family History Department.

Also sustained at the conference were Elder Earl C. Tingey as a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy and Elders W. Mack Lawrence and Rulon G. Craven as members of the Second Quorum of the Seventy. The callings of these three brethren were announced in December.

Sustained as new members of the Second Quorum of the Seventy were Elders Dennis B. Neuenschwander, Cree-L Kofford, Joseph C. Muren, Graham W. Doxey, Jorge A. Rojas, and Julio E. Dávila. (See pages 97–102.)