Appointments
    Footnotes

    “Appointments,” Ensign, Mar. 2000, 76

    Appointments

    New Tabernacle Choir Director

    Following the retirement of Jerold Ottley, the First Presidency announced the appointment of Craig D. Jessop as music director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Brother Jessop had been serving as associate director of the choir since 1995.

    Together with associate directors Mack Wilberg and Barlow Bradford, Brother Jessop is also responsible for the Temple Square Chorale, which is the training choir for the Tabernacle Choir, and for the recently organized Orchestra at Temple Square.

    Prior to joining the Tabernacle Choir, Brother Jessop was a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force. His assignments included serving as director of the Singing Sergeants in Washington, D.C., conductor of the Air Force band in Europe, and conductor of the Air Combat Command Heartland of America Band.

    Temple Presidents

    Kayland Evan Call of the Prior Lake Ward, Burnsville Minnesota Stake, has been called as president of the new St. Paul Minnesota Temple. His wife, Virgean Michaels Call, will serve as temple matron.

    Lorin J. Mendenhall of the Welling Ward, Magrath Alberta Stake, has been called as president of the new Regina Saskatchewan Temple. His wife, Mildred Aleta Wilde Mendenhall, serves as temple matron.

    Missionary Training Center Presidents

    Carlos Morales Bowman of the Midland Second Ward, Midland Michigan Stake, has been called as president of the Peru MTC. He is accompanied by his wife, L. Ann Christensen Bowman.

    David Robert Broadhead of the St. George 22nd Ward, St. George Utah Stake, has been called as president of the Japan MTC. He is accompanied by his wife, Bonnie Rae Carter Broadhead.

    Geoffrey James Liddicoat of the Duncraig Ward, Perth Australia Warwick Stake, has been called as president of the New Zealand MTC. He is accompanied by his wife, Lesley Mary Dawson Liddicoat.

    Conwell Clayton McCune of the Sunnyside Ward, Portland Oregon Stake, has been called as president of the Chile MTC. He is accompanied by his wife, Maria Torres McCune.

    Blair D. Pincock of the Sugar City Sixth Ward, Sugar City Idaho Stake, has been called as president of the Argentina MTC. He is accompanied by his wife, Noreen Furness Pincock.

    Harold Wilcken Pratt Jr. of the Tahoma Ward, Tacoma Washington South Stake, has been called as president of the Dominican Republic MTC. He is accompanied by his wife, Constance Decker Pratt.

    Hugo Nestor Salvioli of the Caseros First Ward, Buenos Aires Argentina West Stake, has been called as president of the Guatemala MTC. He is accompanied by his wife, Miryam Edme Pellegrini Salvioli.