Changes Made in Assignments of Regional Mission Representatives

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    Twenty-three new Regional Representatives of the Council of the Twelve have been appointed, bringing the total of that group to 120. In addition, in some areas outside the United States and Canada, the duties of Regional Representatives and Mission Representatives of the Council of the Twelve and First Council of Seventy have been combined to facilitate their duties and responsibilities.

    The new Regional Representatives include: Moroni Taylor Abegg, Salt Lake City; Carlos E. Asay, Provo, Utah; Paul Wesley Bott, Ogden, Utah; Grant Martin Bowler, Logandale, Nevada; B. Darrell Call, Suisun, California; Dale R. Curtis, Salt Lake City; Charles A. Didier, Liege, Belgium; James I. Gibson, Henderson, Nevada; Joseph A. Kjar, Centerville, Utah; John R. Lasater, Oxon Hill, Maryland; David D. Lingard, Salt Lake City; Bryant William Rossiter, Rochester, New York; John Major Scowcroft, Wilmette, Illinois; Russell Carl Taylor, Arvada, Colorado; Keith W. Wilcox, Ogden, Utah; L. Harold Wright, Mesa, Arizona.

    Mission Representatives who will now also assume duties of Regional Representatives include David G. Clark, Northridge, California; Stewart A. Durrant, Salt Lake City; Orville C. Gunther, American Fork; Clifton I. Johnson, Bountiful, Utah; William N. Jones, American Fork, Utah; Walter H. Kindt, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Milton E. Smith, Orem, Utah.