1996
New Temple Presidents
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“New Temple Presidents,” Ensign, Sept. 1996, 79–80

New Temple Presidents

The First Presidency has called 17 new temple presidents and matrons:

Elder Carlos E. Asay of the Presidency of the Seventy, president of the Salt Lake Temple, and his wife, Colleen Webb Asay.

Aledir P. Barbour, president of the São Paulo (Brazil) Temple, and his wife, Christine Hedwig Barbour.

Robert J. Belbin, president of the Sydney Australia Temple, and his wife, Betty Phillips Belbin.

Georg J. Birsfelder, president of the Swiss Temple, and his wife, Annaroesli Dettwiler Birsfelder.

LeGrand R. Curtis, president of the Jordan River Temple (South Jordan, Utah), and his wife, Patricia Glad Curtis.

Udine Falabella, president of the Guatemala City Temple, and his wife, Graciela A. De Falabella.

Elder In Sang Han of the Seventy, president of the Seoul Korea Temple, and his wife, Kyu In Lee.

C. Leon Johnson, president of the Boise Idaho Temple, and his wife, LaRue Johnson.

Collins E. Jones, president of the Ogden (Utah) Temple, and his wife, Betty Jones.

G. Jackson Kidd, president of the Logan (Utah) Temple, and his wife, Lillian Kidd.

Elder Augusto A. Lim of the Seventy, president of the Manila Philippines Temple, and his wife, Myrna Morillo Lim.

Robert J. Matthews, president of the Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple (American Fork, Utah), and his wife, Shirley N. Matthews.

Glenn C. Nelson, president of the Idaho Falls Temple, and his wife, Emma Jane Nelson.

Earl J. Roueche, president of the Washington (D.C.) Temple, and his wife, Elaine Roueche.

Ian D. Swanney, president of the London Temple, and his wife, Anne M. Swanney.

Joseph F. Willmott, president of the Toronto Ontario Temple, and his wife, Gladys B. Willmott.

Durrel A. Woolsey, president of the Oakland (California) Temple, and his wife, LaRae W. Woolsey.