New mission presidents

The First Presidency has announced the calling of two more mission presidents. They and their wives will begin service about July 1. Those called are:

Robert O. Hickman, 64, assigned to the Haiti Port-au-Prince Mission; Edmonds 2nd Ward, Lynnwood Washington Stake; stake president, former stake patriarch, temple sealer, stake president's counselor, bishop, Seventies president; Young Men's counselor, Sunday School teacher, served in French Mission, 1947-49; physician; received bachelor's degree from University of Utah and medical degree from University of Maryland; born in Monticello, Utah, a son of Othello and Mary Helen Hickman; married Lucy Jean Whitesides; six children. She is a Young Women president, former temple ordinance worker, Relief Society president and counselor, early morning seminary teacher, ward and stake Relief Society teacher, Sunday School teacher, den mother; she is a medical office bookkeeper; received bachelor's degree from Utah State University; born in Layton, Utah, a daughter of Wilford Adams and Mareta Harriet Morgan Whitesides.

Harvey Glade Horner, 45, assigned to the Taiwan Taipei Mission; Heber 4th Ward, Heber Utah Stake; stake president, former high councilor, stake clerk, bishop, executive secretary, elders quorum president, Scoutmaster; served in Southern Far East Mission, 1964-66; elementary school principal; received bachelor's and master's degree from BYU; born in Heber City, Utah, a son of Glade Brown and Yvonne Hicken Horner; married Sherry Wilson; three children. She is a Primary president, former Sunday School teacher, Relief Society counselor and teacher, organist; high school teacher; received bachelor's degree from BYU; born in Heber City, Utah, a daughter of Emer Huffaker and Leah Henrie Wilson.

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