New Temple Presidents Called for Palmyra New York and Bountiful Utah Temples
Two temple presidents and matrons have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service later this year.
Palmyra New York Temple
Rollo Edward Black, 75, Pittsford Ward, Palmyra New York Stake, called as president of the Palmyra New York Temple, succeeding President Thomas B. Brighton. President Black’s wife, Ann Gilbert Black, will serve as temple matron, succeeding Sister Linda E. Brighton. He serves as public affairs director for the Palmyra New York Area and as a sealer in the Palmyra New York Temple. He has served as a counselor in the Palmyra New York Temple presidency, stake president, bishop, mission president’s counselor, and senior couple missionary. A retired future systems development director for the Eastman Kodak Company, he was born in Salt Lake City to Edward Ferris and Alice Rose Ames Black.
Sister Black serves as a ward Relief Society compassionate service coordinator and as a temple ordinance worker. She has served in a stake Relief Society presidency and ward Young Women presidency and as ward Primary president, stake missionary, and senior couple missionary. She was born in Bancroft, Idaho, to Jesse Layton and Virginia Flinders Gilbert.
Bountiful Utah Temple
William Stuart Winegar, 62, Orchard 9th Ward, North Salt Lake Utah Stake, called as president of the Bountiful Utah Temple, succeeding President Robert H. Garff. President Winegar’s wife, Barbara Lynn Brey Winegar, will serve as temple matron, succeeding Sister Katharine B. Garff. He serves as a sealer in the Bountiful Utah Temple. He has served as president of the Michigan Detroit Mission, stake president, bishop, high councilor, and temple ordinance worker. Owner and partner of Ipora Management, he was born in Salt Lake City to Stuart M and Evelyn Argyle Winegar.
Sister Winegar serves as a counselor in a ward Relief Society presidency. She served with her husband as he presided over the Michigan Detroit Mission. She has also served as stake Relief Society president, stake and ward Young Women president, and in a ward Primary presidency. She was born in Salt Lake City to Alvin Walter and Ileta Ann Brindle Brey.