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New Temple Leaders Called to Serve in 2022

72 temple presidents 2022
72 temple presidents 2022
The First Presidency is calling 72 new temple presidents and matrons; they will begin service in September 2022. Graphic courtesy of Church News.Copyright 2022 Deseret News Publishing Company.

 
2022 Temple Leadership Assignments

Updated May 19, 2022


The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has called the following new temple presidents and matrons. They will begin their service in September.

The couples’ names and temple assignments are listed below. Click on the names to read the couples’ brief biographies published in the Church News. This list will be updated as names and biographies are published.

Temple President and Matron
Aba Nigeria Adesina J. Olukanni and Folashade Olukanni
Anchorage Alaska Rodney D. Metcalf and Terry L. Metcalf
Asunción Paraguay Oscar Machuca Gonzalez and María Grau de Machuca
Belém Brazil José Joel Alves Fernandes and Maristela Aguiar Silva Fernandes
Birmingham Alabama Brian M. Williams and Machiel Williams
Calgary Alberta G. Lawrence Spackman and Flora E. Spackman
Campinas Brazil Cleto P. Oliveira and Márcia Agra de Oliveira
Cardston Alberta F. Brent Thomas and Carolyn J. Thomas
Chicago Illinois Jack D. Ward and Sharmon O. Ward
Ciudad Juárez Mexico José Bonilla Griz and Hilda de Bonilla
Cochabamba Bolivia Rogelio Coca Aldunate and Blanca de Coca
Columbia River Washington Kelly W. Brown and Sharon Brown
Copenhagen Denmark Eric Ottesen and Elizabeth A. Ottesen
Curitiba Brazil Victor E. Tavares and Edglê Tavares
Dallas Texas Stuart Alleman and Cindy Alleman
Durban South Africa Edward W. Baldwin and Vanessa A. Baldwin
Feather River California John Hoybjerg and Valerie L. Hoybjerg
Fort Collins Colorado Wallace L. Stock and Jan E. Stock
Frankfurt Germany Lehi K. Schwartz and Gudrun Schwartz
Fresno California Cliff Keith Woolley and Zonda Dee Barnhart Woolley
Gilbert Arizona Leonard Greer and Julie Greer
Guadalajara Mexico Sergio M. Anaya Morales and
Gloria E. Rodriguez de Anaya
Halifax Nova Scotia Thomas W. Drennan and Valerie J. Drennan
Hartford Connecticut James Forsberg and Roberta J. Forsberg
Helena Montana David S. Heap and Mary Heap
Hong Kong China YueSang Simon Chan and Isabel KitFong Chan
Idaho Falls Idaho P. Michael Poston and Wanda K. Poston
Johannesburg South Africa Michael S. Wrench and Ann L. Wrench
Jordan River Utah J. Scott Lundberg and Laurie Lundberg
Kyiv Ukraine Borys Y. Vishnevskiy and Alla I. Vishnevskiy
Lima Peru Alejandro A. Mora and Blanca Mora
Lisbon Portugal Edison Ideo Tsuchiya and M. Manuela Tsuchiya
London England Roderick K. Anatsui and Josephine A. Anatsui
Manhattan New York To be announced
Manilla Philippines Edison M. Cabrito and Florciele P. Cabrito
Medford Oregon Kelly E Thompson and Kirsten Thompson
Melbourne Australia Andreas Schwabe and Janet Schwabe
Mérida Mexico Sergio M. Saavedra Melendez and Liz María Hernandez de Saavedra
Mexico City Mexico Miguel A. Fernandez Sanchez and
Martha I. Salas de Fernandez
Monterrey Mexico Francisco Zapata Orozco and Maria Esther Marin de Zapata
Montreal Quebec E. Paul Arsenault and Susanna Arsenault
Nashville Tennessee D. Shane Cruze and Kay Marie Cruze
Nauvoo Illinois Chris V. Church and Jane H. Church
Nuku’alofa Tonga Samiuela F. Masima and Lupe Masima
Oakland California John C. Hodgman and Victoria J. Hodgman
Orlando Florida Brent R. Holladay and Dana Holladay
Panama City Panama Luis Javier García Castillo and María Isabel Deago Ortega de García
Paris France Dominique M. Lucas and Josiane M. Lucas
Perth Australia Leonas V. Alekna and Glenda R. Alekna
Philadelphia Pennsylvania Bradley Searight Mains and Cheri Ann Bell Mains
Portland Orgegon Lawrence P. Blunck and Karen J. Blunck
Provo Utah James W. Barry and Marilyn T. Barry
Quetzaltenango Guatemala Ysrael Escobar López and Marta Isabel Sánchez Sajquim de Escobar
Quito Ecuador Fernando Aguirre Sosa and Ana Lucia de Aguirre
Reno Nevada David A. Haws and Joani Haws
Rexburg Idaho Ryan M. Kunz and Ranae H. Kunz
Richmond Virginia Larry J. Willis and Sandra M. Willis
Rome Italy James A. Toronto and Diane Toronto
Sapporo Japan Makoto Ono and Michiko Ono
Santiago Chile To be announced
Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Leonardo C. Dominguez Joa and
Ana Melo de Dominguez
Saratoga Springs Utah Lon W. Sorensen and Marie Sorensen
Seattle Washington Frank Lee Pitcher and Sandra Summerhays Pitcher
Spokane Washington Jeffrey C. Elmer and Margaret S. Elmer
St. George Utah Keith R. Reber and Stephanie M. Reber
St. Paul Minnesota Robert L. Foote and Kally H. Foote
Star Valley Wyoming Kirk E. Hathaway and S. Darlene Hathaway
Tampico Mexico José Vicencio Cruz and María Hilda Pérez
Tegucigalpa Honduras To be announced
Tuxtla Gutiérrez Mexico To be announced
Twin Falls Idaho Reed J. Harris and Kathleen C. Harris
Winter Quarters Nebraska David G. Pinock and FaDene Pincock

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