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New stake presidencies

Stakes have been reorganized in Hawaii, Oregon, Philippines, Texas and Utah.

Stake reorganizations

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 3RD STAKE: (March 24, 1991) President - Lee Tom Perry, 39, associate professor of organizational behavior at BYU, succeeding Joseph A. Nelson; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake executive secretary, and bishop's counselor, married Carolyn Bench. Counselors - T. Leslie Youd, 52, BYU professor, former high councilor, stake executive secretary, bishop, and ward financial clerk, married Denice Porter; Richard Bryant Brady, 37, regional manager for management and engineering consulting services, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and Young Men president, married Janice Manwaring.

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 10TH STAKE: (March 24, 1991) President - Dean Fairbank, 59, assistant administrative vice president at BYU, succeeding John B. Stohlton, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake executive secretary, bishop, and ward executive secretary, married Mildred L. Koontz. Counselors - AlDean Washburn, 64, dentist, former patriarch, stake president and counselor, high councilor, and branch president, married Violet Luzon Snyder; Jeffery Morris Tanner, 45, associate dean of admissions and records at BYU, former high councilor, stake clerk, bishop and counselor, married Christine Betteridge.

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 15TH STAKE: (March 24, 1991) President - G. Fred Streuling, 55, BYU professor of accounting, succeeding H. Donl Peterson; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and branch president, married Maurine Pitt. Counselors - Leon Warren Woodfield, 57, BYU professor, former high councilor and bishop, married Janet Cragun; Michael Ralph Orme, 38, office of general counsel at BYU, former stake executive secretary, stake employment specialist, stake activities chairman, bishop, and elders quorum instructor, married Dorothy Helen Morgan.

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY HAWAII 1ST STAKE: (March 9, 1991) President - Lynn Earl Henrichsen, professor at BYU-H, succeeding Lloyd M. Munson; former high councilor, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Terumi Okano. Counselors - Norman Bliss Finlinson, 42, director of auxiliary services at BYU-H, former stake executive secretary, bishop, and Sunday School teacher, married Kathryn Lee Fullmer; Charles W. H. Goo, 45, assistant dean of student life at BYU-H, former stake executive secretary, high councilor, bishop, ward Young Men president, and Scout leader, married Helen S.K. Kwong.

CYPRESS TEXAS STAKE: (April 14, 1991) President - Joseph Bitner Wirthlin, Jr., 47, director of purchasing for food corporation, succeeding Bruce A. Nelson; former high councilor, stake Young Men president's counselor, bishop, and ward elders quorum secretary, married Kathleen Wilde. Counselors - Albert Edwyn Haines III, 46, chief administrative officer for city of Houston, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, Scoutmaster, Sunday School teacher, and seminary teacher, married Norma Bunker; James L. Schulmire, 41, insurance salesman, former bishop, ward mission leader, elders quorum president, ward Young Men president, and ward Sunday School president's counselor, married Sandra Jean Taschinger.

MILWAUKIE OREGON STAKE: (Feb. 17, 1991) President - Terrance Lee Gassaway, 53, administrator of corrections, succeeding Gary Lee Tucker; former mission board member, high councilor, and bishop, married Linda Rae Hansen. Counselors - Michael T. Baer, 34, president of national commodities trading company, former stake executive secretary, bishop and counselor, married Lori Lynn Hansen; James L. Giles, 53, employed in food sales, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop's counselor, and elders quorum president, married Janett Johnson.

NAGA PHILIPPINES STAKE: (Feb. 23, 1991) President - Mauro M. Cortezano, 46, land management officer, succeeding Auelino Babia; former stake president's counselor, Sunday School president, and branch president, married Milagros M. Mago. Counselors - Elias Tating Tud, 42, agricultural technologist, former stake executive secretary, stake clerk, and branch president, married Catalina Villa Fernandez; Antonio Gomez De La Cruz, 50, election registrar, former bishop, district president's counselor, district executive secretary, district clerk, branch president and counselor, branch mission leader, Sunday School president's counselor, and physical facilities representative, married Felicisima Paloyo Hunez.