New temple presidents to serve in the Philippines and Texas

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May 18, 2017; San Antonio, TX, USA; Business Headshot photography at the Avita. Credit: Intellectual Reserve, Inc.

The First Presidency has called the following new temple presidents and matrons. They will begin their service later this year.

Manila Philippines Temple

Carlos Condeno Revillo Sr., 77, General Santos 3rd Ward, General Santos Philippines Stake, called as president of the Manila Philippines Temple, succeeding President Modesto M. Amistad Jr. President Revillo’s wife, Amparo Rivera García Revillo, will serve as temple matron, succeeding Sister Laura D. Amistad. He is a high priests group instructor, and is a former Area Seventy, president of the Philippines Tacloban Mission, counselor in the Manila Philippines Temple presidency, district president and branch president. Retired manager of a life insurance company, he was born in Davao, Philippines, to Pánfilo Revillo and Luciana Condenó.

Sister Revillo is a Sunday School teacher. She served with her husband as he presided over the Philippines Tacloban Mission, and has been an assistant to the matron of the Manila Philippines temple, district Relief Society and Primary president and stake Young Women president. Born in Tupi, South Cotabato, Philippines, to Sixto Palcony and Felisa Esquivel Rivera García.

San Antonio Texas Temple

Terry Jackson Orgill, 63, Windcrest Ward, San Antonio Texas East Stake, called as president of the San Antonio Texas Temple, succeeding President Larry D. Sprouse. President Orgill’s wife, La Dell Irene Crouch Orgill, will serve as temple matron, succeeding Sister Joyce O. Sprouse. He is second counselor in the San Antonio Texas Temple presidency and has served in a mission presidency and stake presidency, and as a bishop and high councilor. Owner, Aqua Chlor, Inc., he was born in Phoenix, Arizona, to Elmer Terry and Ellen Jackson Orgill.

Sister Orgill is an assistant to the matron at the San Antonio Texas Temple and has served as stake and ward Young Women president, stake Primary president and ward family history consultant. Born in Tucson, Arizona, to Buchannon and Irene Andree Crouch.

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