New temple president and matron: David E. and Nancy R. LeSueur

A new temple president and his wife have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service upon dedication of the new Gilbert Arizona Temple.

Elder David E. LeSueur, 64, Maplewood Ward, Gilbert Arizona Williams Field Stake, has been called as president of the new Gilbert Arizona Temple. President LeSueur's wife, Nancy Lee Rigby LeSueur, will serve as temple matron. An Area Seventy, he has served as president of the Philippines Manila Mission, stake president, welfare regional chairman, high councilor and as a bishop's counselor. The retired founder and chief executive officer of LeSueur Investments, he was born in Mesa, Ariz., to Leo Robertson and Thelma Claire Leslie LeSueur.

Sister LeSueur serves as a ward music chairman and organist. She served with her husband as he presided over the Philippines Manila Mission and has served as stake Relief Society president, ward Young Women president, ward Primary president and stake and ward music chairman. She was born in Berkeley, Calif., to Charles Emery and Mary Jayne Rigby.

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