New Temple President Called for Fukuoka Japan Temple
A new temple president and his wife have been called by the First Presidency. They have already begun their service.
Yasuyuki Shiraishi, 71, Marugame Branch, Takamatsu Japan District, was called as president of the Fukuoka Japan Temple, succeeding President Masayuki Kinjo. President Shiraishi’s wife, Teruko Izumi Shiraishi, will serve as temple matron, succeeding Sister Fumiko S. Kinjo. President Shiraishi has served as first counselor in the Fukuoka Japan Temple presidency, as a district president and a high councilor, in a branch presidency, and as a temple missionary. A retired technical support specialist with Japan Broadcasting Corporation, he was born in Ehime-Ken Saijo-Shi to Shigetaka Shiraishi and Inada Matsue.
Sister Shiraishi has served as an assistant to the matron of the Fukuoka Japan Temple; in ward Relief Society, Young Women, and Primary presidencies; and as a seminary teacher. She was born in Kagawa-Ken Sakaide-Shi to Izumi Tarashi and Hirao Mitsue.