The First Presidency has announced the callings of two new mission presidents. They, with their wives, will begin their new assignments about July 1. The new presidents are:
Ramon Eduardo Turcios D., 38, assigned to the El Salvador San Salvador East Mission; bishop and seminary teacher, former high councilor, stake mission president, ward executive secretary, and Sunday School president's counselor; served mission in Central America, 1973-75; property manager for Church Operations and Maintenance Division; earned electromechanical technology degree from Technical Institute of San Salvador and business administration degree from Central American University; born in Santa Rosa, El Salvador, a son of Ramon and Elena Diaz Mata Viuda Turcios; married Norma Cecilia Cabrera M.; five children. She is Relief Society teacher, former stake Relief Society president's counselor, stake Laurel adviser, ward Primary president, Primary teacher, institute teacher, and nursery director; born in San Salvador, El Salvador, a daughter of Luis Alfonso and Clara Lilian Melendez Blanco Cabrera.
Percy Edwin Alfred Winstanley, 41, assigned to the England Coventry Mission; Sunday School teacher, former regional representative, stake president, high councilor, branch president, and elders quorum president; served in the England East Mission, 1970-71; sales manager; received business degree from Damelin College; born in Durban, South Africa, a son of Percy Edwin Alfred and Mary Elizabeth Winstanley; married Hannelore Boege; four children. She is stake Relief Society president and Primary and Relief Society teacher, former stake Relief Society president's counselor, Primary president, and seminary teacher; born in Flensberg, Germany, a daughter of Rudolf Adole Paul and Agnes Margarete Zielke Boege.