First Quorum of the Seventy
The First Presidency announced the callings of eight new members of the First Quorum of the Seventy, bringing to 62 the number of members of that quorum.
Calls were extended to George R. Hill III from Salt Lake City, Utah; John Roger Lasater of Farmington, Utah; Douglas J. Martin of Hamilton, New Zealand; Alexander B. Morrison of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; L. Aldin Porter from Meridian, Idaho; Glen Larkin Rudd of Salt Lake City, Utah; Douglas H. Smith of Salt Lake City, Utah; and Lynn Andrew Sorensen of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Elaine L. Jack of Salt Lake City, was called as second counselor in the general presidency of the Young Women. Sister Jack and her husband are the parents of four sons.