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.
Luis Fausto Camarillo Hernandez, 51, and Alma Leticia Estudillo Camarillo, four children, Mexico Guadalajara East Mission; Hacienda del Parque Ward, México City Tepalcapa Stake. Brother Camarillo serves as a counselor in a bishopric and is a former stake president, stake Young Men president, stake mission president, high councilor, bishop, high priest group leader, elders quorum president and missionary in the Mexico Torreon Mission. Area welfare manager, Corporation of the Presiding Bishop. Born in Tierra Blanca, Veracruz, Mexico, to Rafael Camarillo Villagomez and Patricia Guillermina Hernandez de Camarillo.
Sister Camarillo serves as a seminary teacher and is a former stake Relief Society president and counselor, stake Young Women president, stake choir director, counselor in a Primary presidency, Sunday School teacher and seminary teacher. Born in Mexico City, Mexico, to Manuel Antonio de Jesus Estudillo Sanchez and Maria Eugenia San Vicente Madrid de Estudillo.
David James Jordan, 59, and Holly Lyn Garrett Jordan, four children, England London Mission; Mueller Park 2nd Ward, Bountiful Utah Mueller Park Stake. Brother Jordan serves as a stake president in a married student stake and is a former regional welfare chairman, stake president and counselor, high councilor, bishop and missionary in the Brazil Rio de Janeiro Mission. Attorney/partner, Stoel Rives. Born in West Point, N. Y., to Amos Azariah and Mardeane Jordan.
Sister Jordan serves as a Primary music leader and is a former counselor in a stake Young Women presidency, Young Women president, counselor in Relief Society and Primary presidencies and ward enrichment leader. Born in Memphis, Tenn., to Roy Edward and Martha Jo Garrett.
David Carlton Moon, 53, and Kathryn Thomas Moon, seven children, Cambodia Phnom Penh Mission; Alpine 9th Ward, Alpine Utah Stake. Brother Moon serves as a counselor in a stake presidency and is a former stake clerk, bishop, Young Men president, elders quorum president and missionary in the Thailand Mission. General partner, EsNet, Ltd. Born in Fairbanks, Alaska, to David Milton and Karen Carlton Moon.
Sister Moon serves as a stake sports specialist and Primary teacher. She is a former Young Women president, Primary president and counselor in a Relief Society presidency. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Gordon Monson and Bonnie Thomas.
David Mark Senior, 51, and Shelly Marie Allen Senior, four children, North Carolina Raleigh Mission; Northpoint Ward, Mesa Arizona Citrus Heights Stake. Brother Senior serves as high priest group instructor and secretary. He is a former high councilor, bishop, counselor in a bishopric, Young Men president and missionary in the Japan Nagoya Mission. CEO, Concentus Global. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Rowland Clement and Lois Jeanne Vincent Senior.
Sister Senior serves as a counselor in a Young Women presidency and is a former Primary president, Young Women president, Young Women adviser, Relief Society teacher and seminary teacher. Born in Rome, N. Y., to Mabel Jean Watkins and Owen Woodruff Allen, Jr.
Earl Stanley Swain, 63, and Kathy Larayne Blackmun Swain, five children, Utah Salt Lake City West Mission; Valley Park 4th Ward, Taylorsville Utah Valley Park Stake. Brother Swain serves as a bishop in a young single adult ward and is a former mission president in the Korea Seoul West Mission, stake president, high councilor, Sunday School teacher and missionary in the Korean Mission. Area director, Seminaries and Institutes. Born in Mesa, Ariz., to Robert Stanley and Felice Kartchner Swain.
Sister Swain serves on a stake activities committee and served with her husband in the Korea Seoul West Mission. She is a former counselor in stake Relief Society and Young Women presidencies, Relief Society president, Sunday School, Relief Society and Primary teacher, family record extractor and Young Women adviser.
Gary Wesley Wagner, 53, and Lori Smith Wagner, five children, Mexico Guadalajara Mission; Pleasant Valley Ward, Peoria Arizona North Stake. Brother Wagner serves as a stake president and is a former counselor in a stake presidency, stake athletic director, bishop, seminary teacher and missionary in the Mexico Merida Mission. CFO/Partner, Pete King Construction Company. Born in Colonia Dublan, Chihuahua, Mexico, to Albert Kenyon and Leona Farnsworth Wagner.
Sister Wagner serves as a counselor in a Young Women presidency and is a former stake seminary supervisor, Young Women president, counselor in a Primary presidency, gospel doctrine teacher, seminary teacher and missionary in the Ecuador Quito Mission. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Milton Edmund and Valoy Frandsen Smith.
Chad Alvin Rowley, 52, and Lisa Rowley, six children, Peru Piura Mission; Santaquin 1st Ward, Santaquin Utah North Stake. Brother Rowley serves as a stake president and is a former high councilor, bishop, counselor in a bishopric, Young Men president and missionary in the Argentina Rosario Mission. General manager, Payson Fruit Growers. Born in Provo, Utah, to Claude Alvin and Karen Joyce Rowley.
Sister Rowley serves as a ward organist and a ward missionary. She is a former Relief Society president, Primary president and counselor, counselor in a Young Woman presidency and Young Women adviser. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Robert Alfred and Mercedes Celia Harding.