New visitors' center directors
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Five new visitors' center directors and their wives have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in January 2013.
Heber Clark Christensen, 69, and Kathleen Felt Christensen, five children, Bloomington 3rd Ward, Bloomington Utah Stake: Cove Fort (Utah) Historic Site. Brother Christensen serves as a high councilor and is a former counselor in a stake presidency, bishop, missionary in Historic Kirtland Ohio, gospel doctrine teacher and missionary in the Texas Mission. Retired retail business owner. Born in Richfield, Utah, to Alten and Alta Christensen.
Sister Christensen, a gospel doctrine teacher, served with her husband in Historic Kirtland Ohio. She is a former counselor in stake Relief Society and Young Women presidencies, ward Young Women president and counselor in ward Relief Society and Young Women presidencies. Born in Ogden, Utah, to Joseph Gordon and Helen Felt.
Ronald Craig Jerman, 64, and Shirley Ann Adams Jerman, four children, East Canyon Creek Ward, Park City Utah Stake: Park City Family Tree Center. Brother Jerman is a counselor in a ward Young Men presidency and is a former high councilor, bishop, counselor in a bishopric, high priests group leader assistant and missionary in the Central States Mission. Self-employed builder/developer. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Daniel Reid and Darlene Ruth Jorgensen Jerman.
Sister Jerman serves as a stake patriarch transcriber and is a former counselor in a stake Relief Society presidency, ward Relief Society instructor, Sunday School teacher and Primary teacher. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Archie Link and Wanda La Priel Hymas Adams.
Terry Warren Johnson, 69, and Dixie Burrup Johnson, four children, Cedar Pass 4th Ward, Eagle Mountain Utah Stake: Joseph Smith Memorial Historic Site at Sharon, Vt. Brother Johnson serves as a stake patriarch and is a former president of the Germany Leipzig Mission, counselor in a stake presidency, stake mission president, bishop and missionary in the Finland Mission. In-field representative, Missionary Department. Born in Lovell, Wyo., to J Van and Jacqueline Johnson.
Sister Johnson served with her husband in the Germany Leipzig Mission and is a former counselor in a stake Primary presidency, counselor in a ward Relief Society presidency, ward Young Women president and counselor and camp director, and missionary in the France/Belgium Mission. Born in Malad City, Idaho, to Percy Edward and Ora Hamilton Burrup.
Lorin Louis Moench Jr. 67, and Mary Ann Swenson Moench, six children, Valley View 7th Ward, Salt Lake Valley View Stake: Mormon Handcart Historic Site at Alcova, Wyo. Brother Moench serves as a ward Young Men president and is a former counselor in a stake presidency, stake Young Men president, bishop, branch president, high councilor and missionary in the British South Mission. Sheep rancher and owner, Thousand Peaks Ranches, Inc. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Lorin Louis and Barbara Howells Moench.
Sister Moench serves as a ward Sunday School teacher and is a former stake Relief Society president and counselor, counselor in a stake Young Women presidency, counselor in a ward Primary presidency and ward Young Women president. Born in Washington, D.C., to Dale Abbott Swenson and Julie Eliza Allred Hague.
Duane Herman Zobrist, 72, and Sharon Ann Jones Zobrist, five children, Charlottesville 2nd Ward, Waynesboro Virginia Stake: Mexico City Temple Visitors' Center. Brother Zobrist serves as a high priests group leader assistant and is a former president of the Brazil Santa Maria Mission, regional welfare agent, counselor in a stake presidency, high councilor, bishop and missionary in the Brazilian South Mission. Founding partner, Zobrist Law Group PLLC. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Herman Arthur and Virginia Ann Rasmussen Zobrist.
Sister Zobrist serves as a ward Relief Society president and served with her husband in the Brazil Santa Maria Mission. She is a former stake Relief Society president, stake Young Women president, stake Primary president and ward activities committee chairman. Born in Henderson, Nev., to Max Edmund and Opal Verneda Johnson Jones.