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Nine members of Seventy released

Nine members of the Second Quorum of Seventy were honorably released from their five-year callings on Oct. 5.

Elder Rulon G. Craven, 71, was second counselor in Sunday School general presidency, second counselor in North America Central Area, second counselor and president of Pacific Area, second counselor in North America Southeast Area, and second counselor of Asia Area. He was called to the Seventy Dec. 5, 1990. He is a former secretary to the Quorum of Twelve, mission president, regional representative, member of the Sunday School general board, stake president's counselor and bishop. He married Donna Lunt Craven.Elder Julio E. Davila, 64, was first and second counselor in South America North Area presidency after being sustained April 6, 1991. He is a former regional representative, twice; mission president, stake and branch president. He was a printing business owner and Church employee. He married Mary Zapata Davila.

Elder Graham W. Doxey, 69, was president and second counselor in the Europe North Area and second counselor in North America Central Area presidency. He was sustained April 6, 1991. He is a former counselor in the Young Men general presidency, mission president, stake president and bishop. He was president of a real estate management firm. He married Mary Lou Young Doxey.

Elder In Sang Han, 57, was first counselor in the Asia North Area presidency after being sustained Oct. 5, 1991. He is currently Seoul Korea Temple president. He is a former mission president, regional representative, district and branch president. He was a regional manager for Church Temporal Affairs in Seoul. He married Kyu In Lee.

Elder W. Mack Lawrence, 69, was president and first counselor in the North America Southwest Area presidency, and first counselor in the Sunday School general presidency after being sustained April 6, 1991. He is a former regional representative, stake president's counselor and bishop. He was vice president and chief executive officer in Utah for US West telephone company. He married Jacqueline Young Lawrence.

Elder Joseph C. Muren, 60, was president and second counselor in the Central America Area presidency, and second counselor in the Europe/Mediterranean Area after being sustained April 6, 1991. He is a former mission president, temple sealer and stake president's counselor. He was director of Temporal Affairs for the United Kingdom for the Church. He married Gladys Smith Muren.

Elder Stephen D. Nadauld, 54, was president and first and second counselor of the North America Southeast Area, executive director of the Historical Department, and first and second counselor in the Young Men general presidency after being sustained on Oct. 5, 1991. He is a former regional representative, stake president's counselor and bishop. He was president of Weber State University. He married Margaret Dyreng Nadauld.

Elder Jorge A. Rojas, 56, was second counselor in the presidency of the Central America Area, and first counselor in the Mexico North Area presidency after being sustained April 6, 1991. He is a former mission president, regional representative, stake president and counselor. He was a language translation business owner, former Presiding Bishopric Area Office manager. He married Marcela Burgos Perez de Rojas.

Elder Sam K. Shimabukuro, 71, was first and second counselor in the Asia North Area presidency after being sustained Oct. 5, 1991. He is a former mission president, president of the Tokyo Temple, stake president and bishop. He was a government employee and contractor. He married Amy Michiko Hirose Shimabukuro.