Two new mission presidents have been called

Two new mission presidents have been called by the First Presidency. They and their wives were to begin their service about July 1. The new mission presidents and where they will serve are:

Clair W. Andrus, 66, to serve in the Zaire Kinshasa Mission; Oak Hills 1st Ward, Provo Utah Oak Hills Stake; former ward mission leader, stake missionary, president of Haiti Port-au-Prince Mission, stake patriarch, missionary with wife in Spain Las Palmas, Spain Malaga and Chile Santiago North missions, bishop, and missionary in the French Mission; retired U.S. Air Force dental officer; received bachelor's degree from BYU, master's degree from University of Iowa and doctor of dental science degree from Georgetown University; born in Ucon, Idaho, to Grant Munday and May Walker Andrus; married Ruby McDonald, six children. She is a former stake missionary, missionary with husband, stake Relief Society president, Primary president, Young Women president, seminary teacher, and Cub Scout den leader; attended BYU; born in Ammon, Idaho, to Gustave Charles and Bertha Malinda Cook McDonald.Earl Hurst, 70, to serve in the Australia Melbourne Mission; Cascade 5th Ward, Orem Utah Stake; former Church service missionary, executive secretary to Pacific Area presidency, president of California San Bernardino Mission, counselor in stake presidency, high councilor, and bishop; retired managing director of petroleum company; received bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University; born in Sanderson, Texas, to Roy Angus and Mildred Thressa Call Hurst; married Beth Bryson, five children. She is a former Church service missionary, stake Primary president, ward Relief Society president, Young Women president and Primary president; attended University of Texas-El Paso; born in Kenilworth, Utah, to Melvin Conrey and Pearl Melvina Hale Bryson.

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