The First Presidency has called the following brethren to serve as new temple presidents.
Arthur S. Anderson of Salt Lake City will preside over the Provo Temple.
David Gleave Clark of Salt Lake City will preside over the Santiago Chile Temple.
Samuel Mason Davis of Las Vegas, Nevada, will serve in the Las Vegas Nevada Temple.
J. Thomas Fyans of Salt Lake City will serve in the St. George Temple.
Albert Young Gun Ho of Honolulu, Hawaii, will preside over the Hawaii Temple.
Forrest J. Jensen of Littleton, Colorado, will serve in the Denver Colorado Temple.
Elder Douglas J. Martin of the Seventy will preside over the New Zealand Temple.
Brent I. Nash of Coupeville, Washington, will preside over the Seattle Temple.
Floyd L. Packard of San Diego, California, will serve as first president of the San Diego California Temple, which is nearing completion.
H. Von Packard of Carlsbad, California, will serve in the Los Angeles Temple.
Reed J. Webster of Salt Lake City will preside over the Johannesburg South Africa Temple.
G. Robert Ruff, a high councilor in the Salt Lake Ensign Stake and president emeritus of Evans Communications, has been named president of the Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus.
His responsibilities include overseeing the organization, interviewing members, and working with the concert series and promoting public appearances. Brother Ruff succeeds William E. Zwick, who was released in February.