2009
New Temple Presidents Now Serving
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“New Temple Presidents Now Serving,” Liahona, Feb. 2009, N3–N4

New Temple Presidents Now Serving

By assignment from the First Presidency, 39 new temple presidents are now serving with their spouses. The presidents of the Panama City Panama, Rexburg Idaho, and Twin Falls Idaho Temples began serving earlier in 2008 after the temples were dedicated. The president of the Draper Utah Temple will begin serving after the temple is dedicated on March 20, 2009.

Temple

New President

Adelaide Australia

Philip F. Howes

Apia Samoa

John P. Hanks

Asunción Paraguay

David K Udall

Baton Rouge Louisiana

Max P. Brough

Bern Switzerland

Raimondo Castellani

Billings Montana

Ronald M. Morrison

Bismarck North Dakota

John R. Reese

Bogotá Colombia

Jorge J. Escobar

Boise Idaho

Wenden W. Waite

Columbia South Carolina

Brent H. Koyle

Curitiba Brazil

Jason G. Sousa

Draper Utah

Donald L. Staheli

Freiberg Germany

Frank H. Apel

Guayaquil Ecuador

Jorge A. Rojas

Idaho Falls Idaho

Larry G. Stoddard

Jordan River Utah

F. Wayne Chamberlain

Kona Hawaii

Opurainonarii Mo‘o

Logan Utah

W. Rolfe Kerr

Los Angeles California

Grant R Brimhall

Louisville Kentucky

Dale R. Hettinger

Lubbock Texas

E. Dale Cluff

Madrid Spain

Garry K. Moore

Mount Timpanogos Utah

L. Edward Brown

Newport Beach California

D. Thomas Borgquist

Oakland California

Richard A. Hunter

Ogden Utah

Robert R. Steuer

Panama City Panama

Ronald D. Jamison

Rexburg Idaho

Val R. Christensen

Salt Lake

Sheldon F. Child

San Antonio Texas

Marion D. Woods

San Diego California

Bruce L. Olsen

Snowflake Arizona

Lewis Tenney

Suva Fiji

LaRon P. Woolley

Sydney Australia

W. John Bailey

The Hague Netherlands

Jacob J. Van Ry

Toronto Ontario

Stephen M. Hadley

Twin Falls Idaho

Donald R. Gerratt

Vernal Utah

Mac W. Holmes

Washington D.C.

Earl C. Tingey

The Guayaquil Ecuador Temple is 1 of 39 temples with new temple presidents.

Photograph by Edward Ledeno Perez