Appointments
    Footnotes

    “Appointments,” Ensign, Sept. 1993, 79

    Appointments

    The First Presidency has called eighteen new temple presidents and matrons:

    Athos Marques de Amorím, president of the Sao Paulo Temple, and his wife, Maria Alice Ferrao de Amorim, matron.

    Yeong Cheon Bae, president of the Seoul Korea Temple, and his wife, Soon Seong Kim Bae, matron.

    Oral Lamb Ballam, president of the Logan Temple, and his wife, Tacy Chambers Ballam, matron.

    Ralph O. Bradley, president of the Washington Temple, and his wife, Mildred Harris Bradley, matron.

    Preston B. Brimhall, president of the Idaho Falls Temple, and his wife, Elizabeth Poole Brimhall, matron.

    Harvey Murdock Broadbent, president of the Ogden Temple, and his wife, Louise Bawden Broadbent, matron.

    Owen Dean Call, president of the Guatemala City Temple, and his wife, Barbara Hulet Call, matron.

    George I. Cannon, president of the Salt Lake Temple, and his wife, Isabel Hales Cannon, matron.

    Jay L. Christensen, president of the Boise Idaho Temple, and his wife, Erma Wirt Christensen, matron.

    Myron L. Francom, president of the Manila Philippines Temple, and his wife, Genevieve P. Francom, matron.

    Agricol Lozano Herrera, president of the Mexico City Temple, and his wife, Malinche Gomez E. de Lozano, matron.

    Elder L. Lionel Kendrick, president of the Dallas Texas Temple, and his wife, Myrtis Lee Noble Kendrick, matron.

    Ian Goodwin Mackie, president of the Sydney Australia Temple, and his wife, Norma Elfreda Bush Mackie, matron.

    Elder Gerald E. Melchin, president of the Toronto Ontario Temple, and his wife, Evelyn Knowles Melchin, matron.

    Orlin C. Munns, president of the Oakland Temple, and his wife, Opalgene Rawson Munns, matron.

    C. Elliott Richards, president of the Jordan River Temple, and his wife, Margaret Farnsworth Richards, matron.

    Arthur “Arch” J. Turvey, president of the London Temple, and his wife, Olive Gibbins Turvey, matron.

    Wei Wang, president of the Taipei Taiwan Temple, and his wife, Hsiao-feng Tan Wang, matron.