New mission presidents

The First Presidency has announced the calls of four more mission presidents. The new presidents and their wives will begin their service about July 1. Those called are:

Luis C. Coronel, 46, to serve in the Argentina Trelew Mission; Sur Ward, Sante Fe Argentina Stake; stake president, former high councilor, district president, district councilor, bishop, and branch president; attended law school; Church Educational System coordinator; born in Bustinza, Argentina, a son of Clemente Francisco and Luisa Ghellar Coronel; married Estela Mary Bode, four children. She is an adult education director, former Relief Society president, Primary president, mission Primary president, teacher development director, and institute teacher; earned music teaching degree; born in San Javier, Argentina, a daughter of Alberto Nector and Estela Maria Bugnon Bode.Jaime Ferreira S., 39, Colombia Cali Mission; Chia Branch, Bogota Colombia Stake; regional representative, former stake president and counselor, high councilor, stake clerk, and stake executive secretary; earned administration degree from the University of Rosario and mechanical engineering degree from the University of the Andes; securities consultant; born in Ramal, Colombia, a son of Alvarez Hernando and Rico Nelly Santos Ferreira; married Vilma Rocio Cabeza Vanegas, three children. She is a spiritual living teacher, former Primary president and counselor, seminary teacher, and Sunday School teacher; earned bachelor's degree from National University; born in Bogota, Colombia, a daughter of Luis Manuel and Aura Totefina Leon Tovar Cabeza Vanegas.

Filemon Flores, 50, Mexico Oaxaca Mission; Ayotla Ward, Chalco Mexico Stake; mission president's counselor, former stake president, and bishop; earned elementary education certificate from Normal Superior F.E.P.; Church Educational System manager of human resources; born in Ayotla, Mexico, a son of Espinoza Filemon and Figueroa Maria de Los Angeles Velasco Flores; married Lourdes Cabrera, six children. She is a Young Women president's counselor, former Relief Society president's counselor, homemaking leader, Young Women adviser, and Primary president's counselor; born in Ayotla, Mexico, a daughter of Ortiz Fernando and Islas Garcia Aurora Cabrera.

Manuel Gonzalez C., 44, Guatemala Quetzaltenango Mission; Amilcingo Ward, Cuautla Mexico Stake; stake president's counselor, former temple worker, stake clerk, high councilor, bishop and counselor; earned auditing degree at Commercial School and programmer degree from I.C.M. of Mexico; Church Educational System regional coordinator; born in Nocupetaro, Mexico, a son of Morelos Roberto and Allala Raquel Calvo Gonzalez; married Margarita Rodriguez, three children. She is a visiting teaching supervisor, former temple worker, stake Primary president's secretary, Relief Society president's counselor, and Primary president; born in Mexico City, Mexico, a daughter of Raso Juan and Fragozo Elodia Gonzalez Rodriguez.

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