New stake presidencies


Stakes have been reorganized in Chile and Venezuela, and in Utah and Virginia.

SALT LAKE SOUTH COTTONWOOD STAKE: (Jan. 26, 2003) President — Jay A. Parry, 52, senior editor for Deseret Book Company; succeeding Dale R. Blake; wife, Vicki Lee Hughes Parry. Counselors — David Alan Lundberg, 49, environmental program manager for Utah Department of Environmental Quality; wife, Ruth Hunsaker Lundberg. Ronald N. Madsen, 60, director of corporate documentation and training for SK Daifuku Corporation; wife, Patricia Nelson Madsen.

VALENCIA VENEZUELA CANDELARIA STAKE: (Jan. 19, 2003) President — Heber Jesus Mendez C., 31, electro mechanic for Daimler Chrysler Venezuela; succeeding Gamaliel de Jesus Osorno Flores; wife, Belkis Jacquelin Venegas de Mendez. Counselors — Diego Alberto Blanco G., 41, tax consultant for EJC Service; wife, Nora Beatriz Karel Callo Castro de Blanco. Miguel Javier Murgas M., 28, paramedic for Central Medical Center; wife, Maria Eugenia Farfan G. de Murgas.

VINA DEL MAR CHILE STAKE: (Nov. 24, 2002) President — Felipe Eduardo Amstein G., 30, system manager for Genio Consultants; succeeding Jaime E. Gonzalez Risopaton; wife, Maricel Andrea Escobar A. de Amstein. Counselors — Humberto Segundo Fernandez R., 46, sales manager for Eveleganz; wife, Gina Leticia Manriquez O. de Fernandez. Erich Fernando Castro K., 34, sales manager for Hotel Alcazar; wife, Ingrid Veronica Sundt V. de Castro.

VIRGINIA BEACH VIRGINIA STAKE: (Jan. 12, 2003) President — Thomas R. LeNeave, 42, engineering manager for Ford Motor Company; succeeding David S. Wright; wife, Ida Lenora Ducker LeNeave. Counselors — Robert G. Lambourne, 51, director of marine personnel and safety for Allied Transportation Company; wife, Lani Suzanne Moss Lambourne. R. Joel Ankney, 38, attorney of counsel for Troutman Sanders; wife, Jennifer Rose Merrill Ankney.

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