The following have been called by the First Presidency to serve as temple presidents and matrons. The photo nameline on Richard H. and Karen H. Winkel, incorrect in the previous edition, has been corrected.
Terence Leonard Davies, 70, Kawana Waters Ward, Nambour Australia Stake; called as president of the Brisbane Australia Temple, succeeding President John D. Jeffrey. President Davies' wife, Nola Yvonne Richards Davies, will serve as temple matron. Currently serving as a bishop, President Davies has also served as stake president and stake president's counselor, stake clerk, bishop and bishop's counselor, branch president, regional prison chaplain, and as a senior missionary with his wife. He is a retired accountant. President Davies was born in Hertfordshire, England, to Leonard W. and Doris M. Tout Davies.
Sister Davies is serving as a ward Family History consultant and Family History librarian. She is a former Relief Society president, institute teacher, gospel doctrine teacher, and served with her husband as a senior missionary. Sister Davies was born in Queensland, Australia, to Ernest E. and Enid M. Chaffey Richards.
Richard H. Winkel, 64, Mt. Pleasant 5th Ward, Mt. Pleasant Utah Stake; called as the first president of the Sacramento California Temple, to be dedicated Sept. 3, 2006. President Winkel's wife, Karen Hart Winkel, will serve as temple matron. President Winkel, a member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy, has served as Spain Madrid Mission president, stake president, bishop, high councilor, seminary teacher and missionary. He is the retired president/owner of Beaver Lumber of Arcata. He was born in Oakland, Calif., to Francis Benjamin and Rose Blanche Thompson Winkel.
Sister Winkel, who served with her husband when he was mission president, has served as Relief Society president's counselor, Young Women president's counselor, gospel doctrine teacher and chorister. She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Leo Robert and Ruby Moriene King Hart.