New mission presidents

The callings of six more mission presidents have been announced by the First Presidency. They, along with their wives, will assume their responsibilities about July 1. Following are the newly called presidents:Kent Watson, 45, Monument Park 12th Ward, Salt Lake Monument Park Stake; assigned to the Taiwan Taichung Mission; high councilor, former stake president's counselor, bishop and Scoutmaster; served in the Southern Far East Mission, 1963-1966; managing partner in accounting firm; received bachelor's degree and master's degree from BYU; born in Cedar City, Utah, a son of Lorenzo Dee and Minnie Joyce Judd Watson; married Connie Lingmann; five children. She is a ward Relief Society compassionate service leader, former Relief Society president's counselor, Young Women president's counselor, Primary president's counselor, Relief Society teacher, Young Women adviser, and Primary teacher; served mission in Austria, 1963-1965; born in Coalville, Utah, a daughter of Raymond Ernst and Wilma Hobson Lingmann.

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