Two new mission presidents have been called by the First Presidency. One of them, President Christopher Brian Munday, began serving Sept. 1. The other, President Wen-Sung Chou, began Nov. 20.
Wen-Tsung and Lee Su-Hua Chou
Wen-Tsung Chou, 48, Brigham Young University 6th Stake; called as president of the Taiwan Kaohsiung Mission; former mission president, stake president, high councilor, district president and bishop. He is a consultant with HICON Chemical Company. Born in Taipei, Taiwan, to A-Fu Yu and Ton Chou. Married Lee Su-Hua, two children.
She is a former Relief Society and Primary president, counselor, secretary and teacher. Born in Chia-Yi, Taiwan, to Shiang-Pin and Shu-Chuan Li.
Christopher and Louise Munday
Christopher Brian Munday, 38; called as president of the England Birmingham Mission; former mission president's counselor, stake president and counselor, high councilor, bishop and full-time missionary in La Reunion. He is a former CEO, president and managing director in the apparel and paper industries. Born in Woking Surrey, United Kingdom, to Brian Edward and Sylvia Elizabeth Munday. Married Louise Coupar, six children.
She is a former Young Women president and Relief Society and Primary president's counselor. Born in Gravesend, United Kingdom, to James Beattie and Doreen Helen Coupar.