New temple presidents
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Two new temple presidents have been called by the First Presidency with their wives called as matrons. They will begin service on or about November 1.
Lee William Crayk, 58, Northridge Ward, Sandy Utah Crescent Stake, called as president of the Cochabamba Bolivia Temple, succeeding President Abel T. Gonzáles Rebaza. President Crayk's wife, Connie Charlene Greenwall Crayk, will serve as temple matron. Recently released as a high councilor in a university student married stake, he has served as president of the Mexico Monterrey South Mission, president of the Peru Missionary Training Center, stake president, bishop and bishop's counselor. The retired owner of Quality Linen, he was born in Los Angeles, Calif., to Donald Edward and Marlene Joy Shaw Crayk.
Sister Crayk, serving as ward Young Women president, previously served with her husband as he presided over the Mexico Monterrey South Mission and the Peru Missionary Training Center. She has also served as a ward Relief Society president, ward Young Women president, ward Primary president's counselor and Sunday School teacher. She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Robert Axel and Norma Ailene Worthington Greenwall.
Jaime Francisco Herrera Sánchez, 65, Universidad 2nd Ward, Oaxaca Mexico Mitla Stake, called as president of the Guadalajara Mexico Temple, succeeding President Von L. Sorensen. President Herrera's wife, María Teresa Ramos Pérez de Herrera, will serve as temple matron. A temple missionary at the Oaxaca Mexico Temple, he has served as a patriarch, high councilor, bishop, branch president, bishop's counselor, branch president's counselor and stake clerk. A retired maintenance worker and plumber, he was born in Querétaro, Mexico, to Manuel Herrera Vega and Catalina Sánchez Miranda.
Sister Herrera is a temple missionary in the Oaxaca Mexico Temple, has served as a stake Relief Society president, stake Relief Society president's counselor, stake Primary president's counselor, stake Family History director, ward Relief Society, Young Women and Primary president, and ward Relief Society and Young Women president's counselor. She was born in Mexico City, Mexico, to Leopoldo Ramos De La Rosa and Guadalupe Pérez Martínez.