Helio da Rocha Camargo, 64, of the Second Quorum of the Seventy and currently president of the Brazil Area, called as president of the Sao Paulo Temple, succeeding Pres. Wayne M. Beck. His wife, Nair Belmira de Gouvea Camargo, will be temple matron. Elder Camargo is a retired military officer and farmer from Brazil. He and his wife joined the Church in 1957 and he has served as bishop, stake president, mission president, regional representative and was called as a Seventy on April 6, 1985. Sister Camargo has served as an area general board representative, and as Primary and Relief Society president, and teacher in the auxiliaries. Parents of six children.
Lloyd A. Hamilton, 73, a retired insurance executive from Twin Falls, Idaho, and temple sealer, called as president of the Boise Idaho Temple, succeeding Pres. B. Clair Johnson. His wife, Nina Kinghorn Hamilton, will be temple matron. Pres. Hamilton, former counselor to two temple presidents, is a former stake president, stake president's counselor, and regional welfare agent. He and his wife served a temple mission to Atlanta, Ga., and as Church representatives in Sri Lanka and India. Sister Hamilton is a former assistant matron to two temple matrons, former member of the Tabernacle Choir, has served as organist, Young Women president and Relief Society president. Parents of seven children.
Rudy W. Mortensen, 62, a temple sealer and former president of two missions, called as president of the Lima Peru Temple, succeeding Pres. Glen V. Holley. His wife, Joanne Bretzing Mortensen, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Mortensen is the owner and chief executive officer of a Phoenix, Ariz., laboratory, and regional representative to Mexico. He served as president of the Texas San Antonio and Mexico Torreon missions, and as stake president, high councilor and bishop. Sister Mortensen is an ordinance worker in the Arizona Temple, and ward music chairman. She has served as stake YWMIA president, and president of ward YWMIA, Primary and Relief Society, as well as ward choir director. Parents of two children.
Julius B. Papa, 71, counselor in the Oakland Temple presidency, called as president of the Oakland Temple, succeeding Pres. Lorenzo N. Hoopes. His wife, Leona Bartlett Papa, will be temple matron. Pres. Papa, a World War II veteran and retired utility company employee from Oroville, Calif., is a former regional representative, president of the Alaska Anchorage Mission, stake president, bishop, and Sunday School teacher. Sister Papa has served in all the auxiliaries and is presently assistant to the matron at the Oakland Temple, and Sunday School and Relief Society instructor. Parents of four children.