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Elder Ted E. Brewerton, 72, General Authority emeritus, called as president of the Mexico City Temple, succeeding Pres. Agricol Lozano Herrera. Pres. Brewerton's wife, Dorothy Hall Brewerton, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Brewerton was sustained to the First Quorum of the Seventy Sept. 30, 1978, and had administrative responsibilities in Latin America for nearly nine years. He was granted emeritus status in 1995. He also served as a mission president, regional representative, stake president and bishop. A pharmacist, he graduated from the University of Alberta and served in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II. He was born in Raymond, Alberta, to Lee and Jane Fisher Brewerton. Sister Brewerton is a former Primary, YWMIA, and Relief Society officer and teacher. She was born in Lethbridge, Alberta, to Francis M. and Natrona King Hall.

E. Lionel Brady, 68, Farr West 1st Ward, Plain City Utah Stake, called as president of the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple, succeeding Pres. Hugo Salvioli. Pres. Brady's wife, Jean Edwards Brady, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Brady served as stake mission president, high councilor, bishop's counselor and missionary to Argentina. He and his wife served as missionaries in the Lima Peru and Frankfurt Germany temples, and are presently serving in the Ogden Central City Welfare Mission. An educator, he graduated from Weber State College and Utah State University, and received a doctorate from BYU. He was born in Ogden, Utah, to Elvas L. and Hazelle Knowles Brady. Sister Brady is a former ward Relief Society president, teacher and in-service leader, Primary teacher, and assistant temple matron and temple worker. She earned a bachelor's degree at Weber State College and a master's degree at Utah State University. She was born in Ogden, Utah, to Lawrence A. and Mildred Hansen Edwards.Graham W. Doxey, 70, former member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy, called as president of the Manti Temple, succeeding Pres. Lee R. Barton. Pres. Doxey's wife, Mary Lou Young Doxey, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Doxey served as a Seventy from 1991 to 1996. He was previously a temple sealer, counselor in the Young Men general presidency, president of the Missouri Independence Mission, stake president and bishop. A real estate management company founder, he received a bachelor's degree from and did graduate work at the University of Utah. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Graham H. and Leone Watson Doxey. Sister Doxey is a former Young Women leader, stake Relief Society president's counselor, and accompanied her husband as mission president and General Authority. She received a bachelor's degree from the University of Utah. She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Gaylen S. and Mary Louise Ross Young.

Joseph E. Jack Jr., 72, Holladay 18th Ward, Salt Lake Holladay South Stake, called as president of the Alberta Temple, succeeding Pres. Merlin R. Lybbert. Pres. Jack's wife, Elaine Low Jack, former general president of the Relief Society, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Jack served as high councilor, bishop and bishop's counselor. A physician, he was former president of Salt Lake Medical Society and of the medical staff and board of trustees of Cottonwood Hospital, and honorary president of the Utah Medical Association. He received a bachelor's degree and doctorate of medicine from the University of Utah. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Joseph E. and Edith Charlotte Forsberg Jack. Sister Jack, who served as general Relief Society president from 1990-97, is a former counselor in the general presidency of the Young Women, Relief Society general board member, stake Relief Society president, and ward Relief Society president's counselor. She attended the University of Utah. She was born in Cardston, Alberta, to Sterling O. and Lovina Anderson Low.

F. David Stanley, 62, member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy, called as president of the Bountiful Utah Temple, succeeding Pres. Harold C. Yancey. Pres. Stanley's wife, Annette Shewell Stanley, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Stanley, first counselor in the general Young Men presidency, was sustained as a General Authority in 1992, and served as second counselor in the general Young Men presidency, president of the Idaho Boise Mission, temple sealer, regional representative, YMMIA general board member, stake president, stake president's counselor, and bishop's counselor. He is executive administrator and former vice president of Western Utility Contractors, and graduated from University of Utah. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Orson F. and Winifred Parker Stanley. Sister Stanley is a former stake Relief Society president and board member, stake Primary board member, ward Young Women president, Primary chorister and auxiliary teacher. She was born in Evanston, Wyo., to Harry and Lucile James Shewell.

L. Kenyon Udall, 72, Thatcher 1st Ward, Thatcher Arizona Stake, called as president of the Arizona Temple, succeeding Pres. E. Widtsoe Shumway. Pres. Udall's wife, Leona Carpenter Udall, will serve as temple matron. Pres. Udall served as president of the Illinois Peoria Mission, stake president, stake president's counselor, patriarch, high councilor, bishop and Scoutmaster. An attorney and judge, he graduated from the University of Arizona. He served in the U.S. Army in World War II. He was born in Thatcher, Ariz., to Jesse A. and Lela Lee Udall. Sister Udall accompanied her husband as mission president and is a former stake Primary president's counselor, ward Relief Society president, and Primary and Young Women instructor. She attended the University of Arizona. She was born in San Jose, Ariz., to James M. and Thelma Curtis Carpenter.

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