New mission presidents
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Four mission presidents and their wives have been called by the First Presidency to begin their service about July 1.
A counselor in the ward Relief Society presidency and ward missionary, Sister Asay is a former ward Relief Society president and teacher, ward Primary president and teacher, member of a stake Relief Society board, visiting teaching coordinator and counselor in a ward Young Women presidency. Born in Portland, Ore., to Richard Orlin and Marie Louise Deserano Lane.
A family history center director, Sister Fernandes is a former ward Relief Society, Young Women and Primary president and seminary teacher. Born in Sobral, Brazil, to Jose Tomaz Sobrinho and Maria Da Conceicao Simao.
A visiting teacher coordinator, Sister Fuentes is a former stake and ward Primary president, ward Young Women president, counselor in a ward Relief Society presidency and Relief Society teacher. Born in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico, to Javier Arellano Rodriguez and Maria Alvarado Cervantes de Arellano.
A counselor in the ward Relief Society presidency, Sister Mora is a former ward Relief Society and Primary president, seminary teacher and missionary in the Peru Lima North Mission. Born in Lima, Peru, to Antonio Arevalo Cerro and Blanca Hidalgo de Arevalo.