New mission presidents

Two new mission presidents have been called by the First Presidency. They and their wives will begin their service about July 1. Here are their names and biographical information:

David George and LaDawn Clove

David George Clove, 56, Canada Winnipeg Mission; St. George 17th Ward, St. George Utah West Stake; Sunday School gospel doctrine teacher; former stake president, high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop and counselor and ward Sunday School president; business partner; received bachelor's degree in accounting from Southern Utah University; born in Murray, Utah, to George Albert and Nola Truman Clove; married LaDawn Jones; four children. She is a former stake Relief Society president's counselor, ward Relief Society president's counselor and secretary, ward Young Women president's counselor, Primary teacher and ward Primary president; attended Dixie College; born in Cedar City, Utah, to Lavon and Phobe Rosella Bauer Jones.

Earl Rex and Hazel Cutler

Earl Rex Cutler, 65, Ohio Cleveland Mission; Kenwood 1st Ward, Salt Lake Wilford Stake; ward executive secretary; former Sunday School gospel doctrine teacher, high priests group leader, stake mission president, high councilor, bishop's counselor, elders quorum president and early-morning seminary teacher; retired Church Educational System coordinator; received master's degree in education from Western Montana College; born in Logan, Utah, to Rex Edwin and Eva Blackford Briggs Cutler; married Hazel Remick; seven children. She is a Relief Society president's counselor, former Cub Master, stake missionary, stake activities committee member, Primary nursery leader, and stake Young Women president, licensed cosmetologist, born in Stockton, Utah, to James William Clark and Helen Bovee Dods Remick.

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