Facts and figures: Memphis Tennessee Temple
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Temple presidency: President W. Boyd Lee; Allen H. Holliday, first counselor; Joseph P. Thomas, second counselor.
Rooms: Celestial room, baptistry, two ordinance rooms, two sealing rooms.
Facade: Imperial Danby white marble.
Size: 10,700 square feet.
Architect: Paul D. Gillespie
Contractor: Layton Construction Co.
District: Some 15,970 members in the five stakes of Memphis Tennessee, Memphis Tennessee North, Tupelo Mississippi, North Little Rock Arkansas, and Little Rock Arkansas stakes.
Schedule: Opened April 24, 2000. Sessions scheduled by appointment; two sessions each evening Tuesdays through Fridays, six sessions on Saturdays.
Pertinent facts:Announced Sept. 17, 1998; groundbreaking Jan. 16, 1999; open house April 8-15, 2000, excluding Sunday, with 16,000 attending; dedicated in four sessions by President James E. Faust, second counselor in the First Presidency, on Sunday, April 23, 2000, with 5,029 members attending.