BETA

New temple presidents

Two new temple presidents and their wives have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service later this year.

Marion K. and Silvio Geschwandtner
Marion K. and Silvio Geschwandtner

Silvio Geschwandtner, 63, Porto Alegre 4th Ward, Porto Alegre Brazil North Stake, called as president of the Campinas Brazil Temple, succeeding President George A. Oakes. President Geschwandtner's wife, H. Marion Klein Geschwandtner, will serve as temple matron. He serves as assistant area auditor for the Brazil Area Audit Office. He has served as an Area Seventy, regional representative, president of the Brazil Jo? Pessoa Mission, stake president and bishop. Owner and manager of Himage Material Didatico e Idiomas Ltda (Wizard), he was born in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, to Henrique and Marjanna Gustawa Kowalczyk Geschwandtner.

Sister Geschwandtner serves as a counselor in a stake Relief Society presidency. She served with her husband as he presided over the Brazil Jo? Pessoa Mission. She has also served as a stake Relief Society president, stake Young Women president and ward Primary president. She was born in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, to Edmundo and Olga Carlota Dittrich Klein.

Yong Hwan Lee and In Ja Han
Yong Hwan Lee and In Ja Han

Yong Hwan Lee, 69, Seocho Ward, Seoul Korea South Stake, called as president of the Seoul Korea Temple, succeeding President Pyung-Jong Song. President Lee's wife, In Ja Han, will serve as temple matron. He serves as a temple ordinance worker in the Seoul Korea Temple. He has served as an Area Seventy, president of the Korea Seoul Mission, second counselor in the Seoul Korea Temple presidency, stake president and bishop. An emeritus professor of Seoul National University, he was born in Yangsan-si, Gyeongnam, South Korea, to Won-Hee Lee and Bok-Jo Jo.

Sister Han serves as a temple ordinance worker in the Seoul Korea Temple. She served with her husband as he presided over the Seoul Korea Mission. She has served as assistant to the matron of the Seoul Korea Temple, in a stake Relief Society presidency and as a ward Relief Society president. She was born in Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea, to Han, Tae-Gyu and I, Jeom-Soon.

Sorry, no more articles available