New mission presidents
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Seven new mission presidents and their wives have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service about July 1.
Jose Veneracion Andaya, 47, and Yolanda Caburnay Basilio Andaya, four children, Philippines Tacloban Mission; Dagupan 3rd Ward, Dagupan Philippines Stake. Brother Andaya serves as a stake Young Men president and as a ward Primary teacher. He is a former stake president, counselor in a stake presidency, stake executive secretary, high councilor and missionary in the Philippines Bacolod Mission. Facility Manager, Corporation of the Presiding Bishop. Born in Dagupan City, Philippines, to Joven Calimlim Andaya and Felicitas Garcia Veneracion Andaya.
Sister Andaya serves as a ward Primary president, assistant Scouting adviser and seminary teacher. She is a former Primary teacher. Born in Olongapo City, Philippines, to Virgilio Azurin Caburnay and Aida Cardenas Basilio Caburnay.
David Louis Glazier, 56, and Beverly Kay Barton Glazier, five children, El Salvador San Salvador Mission; Canyon View 2nd Ward, Orem Utah Canyon View Stake. Brother Glazier serves as a Sunday School teacher and is a former counselor in a stake presidency, stake Young Men president, high councilor, bishop, counselor in a ward Young Men presidency and missionary in the Chile Santiago Mission. Attorney, Kirton and McConkie. Born in Mesa, Ariz., to Louis Orin and Alice Jean Udall Glazier.
Sister Glazier serves as a ward Relief Society teacher and as a Church-service missionary. She is a former counselor in a stake Relief Society presidency, counselor in a stake Primary presidency, institute instructor, ward Young Women president and counselor in a ward Relief Society presidency. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to James Richards and Eva Nadine Bushman Barton.
Edward Butler Rowe, 44, and Brooke Francis Rowe, five children, Slovenia/Croatia Mission; Brussels 1st Ward, Brussels Belgium Stake. Brother Rowe is a former stake Young Men president, stake mission president, counselor in a bishopric, elders quorum president, ward mission leader and missionary in the Florida Fort Lauderdale Mission. Partner of an international law firm. Born in Provo, Utah, to Fred Ares and Sherrel Butler Rowe.
Sister Rowe serves as a Primary pianist and is a former counselor in a ward Primary presidency, Young Women adviser, ward and branch Young Women president, Primary teacher, Relief Society president and ordinance worker in the Provo Utah Temple. Born in Provo, Utah, to Howard R. and Deanne Tanner Francis.
Francisco de Assis Souza, 58, and Elaine Mara Goncalves Souza, five children, Brazil Fortaleza Mission; Jardim das Américas Ward, Curitiba Stake. Brother Souza serves as a sealer in the Curitiba Brazil Temple, and is a former counselor in the temple presidency, temple ordinance worker, counselor in the Brazil Curitiba Mission, counselor in a stake presidency, high councilor, bishop, and elders quorum president. Technology Manager, LACTEC. Born in Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil, to Francisco Xavier de Souza and Virginia Arcenio.
Sister Souza serves as an ordinance worker in the Curitiba Brazil Temple and is a former assistant to the matron, family history center director, stake Relief Society president and counselor, ward Relief Society, Young Women president Primary president and seminary teacher. Born in Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil, to Azamur Goncalves and Odete Rosi Trauer.
William Lawrence McKee, 56, and RaNae Petersen McKee, ten children, Tennessee Nashville Mission; Highland 2nd Ward, Pocatello Idaho Highland Stake. Brother McKee serves as a director of public affairs and is a former stake president, high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop, high priest group leader and missionary in the Sweden Mission. Licensed professional counselor/owner, Center Counseling. Born in Pocatello, Idaho, to Robert Samuel and Leona May Potter McKee.
Sister McKee serves as a ward Young Women secretary and ward organist. She is a former counselor in stake Young Women and Primary presidencies, Primary music leader, Sunday School teacher, ward Young Women and Primary president and counselor in a Relief Society presidency. Born in Preston, Idaho, to Lyle Orval and Grace Palmer Petersen.
Andrew Michael Ford, 53, and Juliet Francesca Chiles Ford, five children, Albania Tirana Mission; Loughborough Ward, Leicester England Stake. Brother Ford serves as an Area Seventy in the Europe Area and is a former stake president, counselor in a stake presidency, bishop and missionary in the England London South Mission. Self-employed attorney. Born in Leicester, England, to Thomas Arthur Victor and Peggy Robinson Tasker Ford.
Sister Ford is a former stake music chairman, counselor in a stake Young Women presidency, ward Young Women president and seminary teacher. Born in London, England, to Walter John Ernest and Marian Hill Chiles.
Raymond Scott Heyman, 55, and Diane Curtis Heyman, five children, Argentina Resistencia Mission; Pleasant 1st Ward, Chandler Arizona West Stake. Brother Heyman is a former stake president, counselor in a stake presidency, high councilor, bishop, elders quorum president and missionary in the Argentina Cordoba Mission. Senior vice president and general counsel, UniSource Energy Corporation. Born in Englewood, New Jersey, to Ralph Philip and Ruth Horowitz Heyman.
Sister Heyman is a former ward Primary music leader, ward Young Women adviser and president, gospel doctrine teacher, Relief Society teacher. Born in Provo, Utah, to DeMar Henry and Anna Taylor Curtis.