New stake presidencies
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Elder Lynn A. Mickelsen of the Seventy has created the Neuquen Argentina Stake, which includes the Centenario, Confluencia, Progreso, San Lorenzo, Villa Ceferino wards and the Cinco Saltos, Cipolletti, Neuquen, Plottier, and Senillosa branches.
Elsewhere, stakes were reorganized in Brazil and Mexico, and in California and Utah.New stakes
NEUQUEN ARGENTINA STAKE: (Dec. 20, 1992) Created from Neuquen Argentina District and Del Comahue Argentina District. President - Ruben Sabatino Tidei, 33, Church Educational System coordinator, former stake president's counselor, district president, and bishop and counselor, married Maria Matilde Calvo. Counselors - Sergio Alfredo Bonomo, 28, personnel manager, former district councilor, district executive secretary, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Alejandra Noemi Calarco; Roberto Ulises Andrade, 33, telephone operator, former district councilor, district clerk, branch president, and Young Men president, married Lucrecia Anahi Quintana.
CITRUS HEIGHTS CALIFORNIA STAKE: (Jan. 17, 1993) President - Grant Gunnell, 66, owner and developer of tire stores, succeeding Victor Lee Brown Jr.; former mission president, stake president and counselor, and bishop and counselor, married Alice Petersen. Counselors - Ben Price, 42, president of funeral chapel, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake executive secretary, stake Young Men president, and bishop, married Jolyne Peck; Mark R. Baughman, 33, deputy director of California Fish and Game Department, former stake mission president's counselor, bishop and counselor, Sunday School teacher, and seminary teacher, married Karen Rae Gunnell.
HACIENDA HEIGHTS CALIFORNIA STAKE: (Jan. 17, 1993) President - John W. Allen, 59, doctor, succeeding James F. Smith; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop's counselor, married Hazel Martineau. Counselors - James T. Davis, 55, chief of administrative bureau of Los Angeles County Fire Department, former high councilor, stake executive secretary, stake Young Men counselor, and bishop and counselor, married Moltece Vanderhoof; Dennis K. Carroll, 45, Church Educational System director, former bishop and counselor, Sunday School teacher, Scoutmaster, and priests quorum adviser, married Debara Peterson.
MONTERREY MEXICO MORELOS: (Jan, 10, 1993) President - Carlos Almaguer Compean, 40, analyst-auditor, succeeding Adolfo Ibarra Lucio; former high councilor, stake clerk, and bishop, married Bertriz Eleva Sanchez Alonso. Counselors - Alejandro Medina Gonzalez, 36, chauffeur, former stake president's counselor and bishop, married Maria Guadalupe Acosta Olivares; Gustavo Garmendia Rodriguez, 37, technical service department coordinator for electronics firm, former elders quorum president, ward missionary leader, and Sunday School president's counselor, married Gabriela Eguia Martinez.
OREM UTAH LAKERIDGE STAKE: (Jan. 10, 1993) President - Stan A. Johnson, 42, seminary principal, succeeding William A. Cox; former high councilor, bishop and counselor, elders quorum president, and Sunday School teacher, married Leslie Rae Lloyd. Counselors - J. Richard Jones, 63, physical education instructor, former high councilor, stake sports director, stake missionary, bishop and counselor, and Scoutmaster, married Annie Joy Pinegar; Spencer F. Mack, 37, insurance agent and inventory sales representative, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, executive secretary, Young Men president, and Scout committee chairman, married Jane Ann Neubert.
REDDING CALIFORNIA STAKE: (Jan. 17, 1993) President - Craig P. Wiseman, 46, financial vice president, succeeding John B. Eliason; former high councilor, stake financial clerk, stake Young Men president, bishop and counselor, and Scoutmaster, married Karen Louise Slight. Counselors - James Allen, 60, owner/operator of funeral service, former temple president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and seminary instructor, married Dyanne Dow; Caleb Crandall, 48, president of paint supply company, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and elders quorum counselor, married Nicki Noreyne Brower.
RIO CLARO BRAZIL STAKE: (Nov. 3, 1992) President - Sidney E. Ichi, 31, retained. Counselors - Edson Ribeiro, 60, merchant, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, elders quorum president, and Young Men president, married Maria Odete Paes Campos; Marcos Taden Michailuca Nolli, 33, accountant, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, ward mission leader, and elders quorum president, married Nair Teodoro de Souza.