The First Presidency has called seven new temple presidents.
Maurice Dwight Bowman, 75, Dublan Ward, Colonia Dublan Mexico Stake; called as president of the Oaxaca Mexico Temple; succeeding President Howard Gerald Schmidt. President Bowman's wife, Petronella (Nellie) Gertruida Beuk Bowman, will serve as temple matron. President Bowman is a former stake executive secretary, stake Sunday School president, bishop's counselor and ward and stake choir director. He is a retired CES teacher and rancher. He was born in Colonia Dublan, Mexico, to Claudious and Jennie Stark Robinson Bowman.
Sister Bowman is a former assistant to the matron, Relief Society, Young Women and Primary presidents' counselor and Relief Society teacher. She was born in Hilversum, Netherlands, to Lourens and Johanna Berendina Kinkelman Beuk.
F. Cooper Jones, 71, Monticello 4th Ward, Monticello Utah Stake; called as president of the Monticello Utah Temple; succeeding President Lisle G. Adams. President Jones' wife, Colleen Westring Jones, will serve as temple matron. President Jones is a former temple president's counselor and sealer, regional welfare representative, stake president and counselor. He is a retired dairy products distributor and contractor. He was born in Monticello, Utah, to Cecil D. and Elva Cooper Jones.
Sister Jones is a former temple ordinance worker and assistant to the matron, Young Women president and leader and Relief Society counselor. She was born in Payson, Utah, to Raymond Theadore and Jean Dixon Westring.
Thomas F. Hooper, 70, Marion Ward, Adelaide Australia Marion Stake; called as president of the Adelaide Australia Temple; succeeding President Robert James Wilmott. President Hooper's wife, Margaret Faunt Hooper, will serve as temple matron. President Hooper is a former temple president's counselor, stake president, stake executive secretary, high councilor and bishop. He is retired. He was born in Adelaide, Australia, to Thomas Taylor and Phyllis Lydia Bertha Howe Hooper.
Sister Hooper is a former assistant to the matron, stake Young Women president's counselor, stake Relief Society and Primary secretary and ward Relief Society president. She was born in Adelaide, Australia, to Frederick Arthur and Mary McDonald Badenock Faunt.
Juan Manuel Cedeno Rodriguez, 67, Deportiva Ward, Villahermosa Mexico Stake; called as president of the Villahermosa Mexico Temple; succeeding President F. Rufino Rodriguez. President Cedeno's wife, Palmira Rubalcava Esparza de Cedeno, will serve as temple matron. President Cedeo is a former temple president's counselor, regional representative, mission president, stake patriarch and stake president. He is a retired administrator. He was born in Guadalajara, Mexico, to Agustin Cedeno Saucedo and Guadalupe Rodriguez Gonzalez de Cedeno.
Sister Cedeno is a former stake and ward Relief Society and Primary president. She was born in Chihuahua, Mexico, to Aurelio Rubalcava Roman and Maria de Jesus Esparza de Rubalcava.
Lynn Albert Rosenvall, 64, Calgary 3rd Ward, Calgary Alberta West Stake; called as president of the Cardston Alberta Temple; succeeding President Heber B. Kapp. President Rosenvall's wife, Elizabeth Ann Kurtz Rosenvall, will serve as temple matron. President Rosenvall is a former Area Authority Seventy, regional representative, stake president and counselor and high councilor. He is a professor and administrator at the University of Calgary. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to E. Albert and Vernice Rich Gold Rosenvall.
Sister Rosenvall is a former ward and stake Relief Society presidents' counselor, Primary president's counselor and teacher. She was born in Calgary, Alberta, to Harry A. and Ethel Mary Fyffe Kurtz.
Richard Hyrum Sutton, 69, Spring Creek Ward, Houston Texas North Stake; called as president of the Houston Texas Temple; succeeding President Harold E. De La Mare. President Sutton's wife, Barbara Ann Fairbanks Sutton, will serve as temple matron. President Sutton is a former temple sealer, stake president and patriarch, stake executive secretary and bishop. He is a retired chemical engineer and consultant. He was born in Grantsville, Utah, to Hyrum Le Roy and Lucile Marie Johnson Sutton.
Sister Sutton is a former temple ordinance worker, name extraction worker and ward librarian. She was born in Magrath, Alberta, to William Hardy and Lucy Gertrude Dahl Fairbanks.
Kiyoshi Tokuzawa, 67, Kanazawa Ward, Kanazawa Japan Stake; called as president of the Fukuoka Japan Temple; succeeding President Masaru Tsuchida. President Tokuzawa's wife, Aiko Sato Tokuzawa, will serve as temple matron. President Tokuzawa is a former temple ordinance worker, high councilor, district president, elders quorum president and branch president. He is a retired owner of an auto dealership. He was born in Nanao, Japan, to Kashiro and Chiyo Tomita Tokuzawa.
Sister Tokuzawa is a former stake Relief Society president's counselor, Relief Society and Young Women president, Sunday School teacher and ward missionary. She was born in Kanazawa, Japan, to Etsuo and Tamae Hirai Sato.