Appointments
    Footnotes

    “Appointments,” Ensign, July 1989, 80

    Appointments

    Temple Presidents

    Charles R. Canfield of Magna, Utah, has been called to preside over the Johannesburg South Africa Temple. His wife, Frances Lee Dain Canfield, will serve as temple matron. President Canfield has served previously as a stake president, a stake clerk, and a temple worker.

    Edwin Q. Cannon, Jr., of Salt Lake City, has been called as president of the Frankfurt Germany Temple. His wife, Janath Russell Cannon, will be temple matron. President Cannon has served as a mission president, a bishop, and director of the Nauvoo Visitors’ Center.

    Angel Miguel Fernandez, a native Argentine, has been called as the new president of the Buenos Aires Temple. His wife, Marta Isabel Bertuzzi Fernandez, will serve as matron. President Fernandez has previously served as a regional representative, a mission president, and a counselor to temple and mission presidents.

    Victor B. Jex of Pocatello, Idaho, will be the new president of the Hawaii Temple. His wife, Marva Tingey Jex, will serve as temple matron. President Jex is a former stake president, district president, and branch president.

    Lorin Edward (Ted) Perry of Beaverton, Oregon, has been called as the first president of the Portland Oregon Temple. His wife, Nelle Hunter Perry, will be temple matron. President Perry has previously served as a stake president, a bishop, and a counselor in a temple presidency.

    Burton H. Price of Salt Lake City has been called as president of the Apia Samoa Temple. His wife, Ardis Rast Price, will serve as matron. President Price has served as a mission president, a bishop, and a temple worker.

    Wayne A. Reeves of Los Angeles, California, will serve as president of the Los Angeles Temple. His wife, Madge Kemp Reeves, will serve as matron. President Reeves has served as a counselor in a temple presidency, a stake president, and director of the Washington (D.C.) Temple Visitors’ Center.

    Boyad M. Tanner of Las Vegas, Nevada, has been called as president of the Las Vegas Temple. His wife, Bette Mortensen Tanner, will serve as matron. President Tanner is a former regional representative, stake president, and bishop.