Athos Marques de Amorim, 61, Resende Manejo Branch, Dutra Brazil District, called as president of the Sao Paulo Temple, succeeding Pres. Helio R. Camargo. Pres. de Amorim's wife, Maria Alice Ferrao de Amorim, will serve as temple matron. Pres. de Amorim is president of the Brazil Fortaleza Mission and is a former district president, high councilor and branch president. He is a retired colonel in the Brazilian army. He was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Antonio Marques and Maria Carlota Martins Ferreira de Amorim. Sister de Amorim is a former Relief Society president and Primary, Sunday School and seminary teacher. She was born in Ponta Pora, Brazil, to Djacyr and Hylda Barcellos Pires Ferrao.
Oral Lamb Ballam, 67, Smithfield 2nd Ward, Smithfield Utah Stake, called as president of the Logan Temple, succeeding Pres. Ivan V. Miller. Pres. Ballam's wife, Tacy Chambers Ballam, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Ballam is a regional representative, and has served as stake president, bishop and high councilor. A retired dean of the college of education at Utah State University, he received bachelor's and master's degrees from Utah State University and a doctorate from University of California at Los Angeles. He was born in Hyde Park, Utah, to Oral Lynn and Delis Lamb Ballam. Sister Ballam is a former teacher in Primary, Sunday School, Relief Society and Young Women. She was born in Smithfield, Utah, to George and Tacy Toolson Chambers.
Harvey Murdock Broadbent, 75, Clearfield 5th Ward, Clearfield Utah Stake, called as president of the Ogden Temple, succeeding Pres. Dorman H Baird. Pres. Broadbent's wife, Louise Bawden Broadbent, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Broadbent has served as temple sealer, stake president and stake president's counselor, patriarch, and missionary with his wife in Thailand. A dentist, he graduated from the University of Minnesota and the Louisville Dental School. He was born in Heber City, Utah, to David Albert and Mima Melissa Murdock Broadbent. Sister Broadbent is a temple ordinance worker, and former counselor in stake and ward Relief Society and Primary presidencies. She was born in Granger, Utah, to Willard George and Annie Wallace Bawden.
Agricol Lozano Herrera, 66, Joyas Ward, Mexico City Mexico Industrial Stake, called as president of the Mexico City Temple, succeeding Pres. Waldo P. Call. Pres. Lozano's wife, Malinche Gomez E. de Lozano, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Lozano served as president of the Argentina Bahia Blanca Mission, regional representative, stake president, stake president's counselor and high councilor. An attorney and author, he received a law degree from Universidad Nacional Autonoma of Mexico. He was born in Tula, Mexico, to Agricol Lozano Bravo and Josefina Herrera de Lozano. Sister Lozano is a former Young Women president, ward and stake Relief Society president, and mission Primary president. She was born in Tampico, Mexico, to Julian Pascual Gomez and Maria de Jesus Esquivel de Gomez.
Orlin C. Munns, 70, Oakdale 2nd Ward, Modesto California North Stake, called as president of the Oakland Temple, succeeding Pres. Julius B. Papa. Pres. Munns's wife, Opalgene Rawson Munns, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Munns has served as stake president, stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop. An attorney, he attended Utah State University and received his juris doctorate from Loyola University at Los Angeles. He was born in Tremonton, Utah, to Archie A. and Charlotte Ann Abel Munns. Sister Munns is a former Primary president, stake and ward librarian, stake activities co-chairman, Relief Society president's counselor and gospel doctrine teacher. She was born in Preston, Idaho, to James A. and Virginia Holt Rawson.
Arthur "Arch" J. Turvey, 64, Maidstone Ward, Maidstone England Stake, called as president of the London Temple, succeeding Pres. Ralph Pulman. Pres. Turvey's wife, Olive Gibbins Turvey, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Turvey has served as president of the England London Mission, regional representative, stake president, district president and branch president. An assurance company area manager, he studied at an insurance institute. He was born in Northampton, England, to Arthur James and Lily Dawkins Turvey. Sister Turvey is a former ward Relief Society president, stake Relief Society president's counselor, seminary teacher, district Young Women's president, and branch Primary president. She was born in Harpole, England, to Percy Walter and Evelyn Cory Gibbins.