New board members
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The First Presidency has announced five new members of the Young Women general board and a new member of the Young Men general board:
Renee Roldan-Gadea Canals, Capitol Hill 1st Ward, Salt Lake Stake; Sunday School teacher, former ward Relief Society president and choir conductor; received bachelor's degree from Westminster College; personnel management specialist for U.S Bureau of Reclamation; married Walter H. Canals.Joan Okelberry Clissold, Ensign 6th Ward, Ensign Stake; Laurel adviser, former stake Primary president's counselor, ward Primary president and teacher, and Relief Society teacher; received bachelor's degree from University of Utah; assistant to president of Intermountain Health Care.
Sandra Dedekind Eberhardt, Cottonwood 5th Ward, Salt Lake Cottonwood Stake; stake Young Women president, former member of stake and ward Young Women presidencies and activities committee member; received bachelor's degree from University of Utah; former elementary school teacher; married John C. Eberhardt.
Camille Fronk, Salt Lake Central 12th Ward, Salt Lake Central Stake; gospel doctrine teacher, former Relief Society president and Young Women president; served mission to France; received bachelor's degree from Utah State University and master's degree from BYU; dean of students at LDS Business College.
Janet Dunn Gough, Murray 6th Ward, Murray Utah South Stake; Primary president's secretary, former stake Young Women president's counselor and adviser, and Primary teacher; received bachelor's degree from BYU; former elementary school teacher, currently business owner and consultant; married Gary Gough.
Thomas A. Hawkes Jr., North Canyon 6th Ward, Bountiful Utah North Canyon Stake; Sunday School teacher, former regional representative, counselor in stake presidency, bishop, high councilor, and ward Young Men president; orthopedic surgeon, received medical degree from the University of Utah, served internship and residency at Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center in Aurora, Colo.; served as helicopter ambulance pilot in Viet Nam, was awarded the Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross and Purple Heart; married Ethel Robinson.