New mission presidents

The First Presidency has announced the callings of two new mission presidents. They, with their wives, will begin their new assignments about July 1. The new presidents are:

Ramon Eduardo Turcios D., 38, assigned to the El Salvador San Salvador East Mission; bishop and seminary teacher, former high councilor, stake mission president, ward executive secretary, and Sunday School president's counselor; served mission in Central America, 1973-75; property manager for Church Operations and Maintenance Division; earned electromechanical technology degree from Technical Institute of San Salvador and business administration degree from Central American University; born in Santa Rosa, El Salvador, a son of Ramon and Elena Diaz Mata Viuda Turcios; married Norma Cecilia Cabrera M.; five children. She is Relief Society teacher, former stake Relief Society president's counselor, stake Laurel adviser, ward Primary president, Primary teacher, institute teacher, and nursery director; born in San Salvador, El Salvador, a daughter of Luis Alfonso and Clara Lilian Melendez Blanco Cabrera.

Percy Edwin Alfred Winstanley, 41, assigned to the England Coventry Mission; Sunday School teacher, former regional representative, stake president, high councilor, branch president, and elders quorum president; served in the England East Mission, 1970-71; sales manager; received business degree from Damelin College; born in Durban, South Africa, a son of Percy Edwin Alfred and Mary Elizabeth Winstanley; married Hannelore Boege; four children. She is stake Relief Society president and Primary and Relief Society teacher, former stake Relief Society president's counselor, Primary president, and seminary teacher; born in Flensberg, Germany, a daughter of Rudolf Adole Paul and Agnes Margarete Zielke Boege.

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