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New temple presidents

Two new temple presidents and their wives have been called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service later this year.

Sidney S. and Marisa F. Camargo
Sidney S. and Marisa F. Camargo

Sidney Silva Camargo, 59, Pirituba Ward, S? Paulo Brazil Pirituba Stake, called as president of the Curitiba Brazil Temple, succeeding President José M. Arias. President Camargo's wife, Marisa Fernandes Camargo, will serve as temple matron. He serves as a counselor in the Brazil Missionary Training Center. He has served as stake president, Brazil S? Paulo Area assistant auditor, mission president's counselor and bishop. Director of Camargo's PVC, he was born in S? Paulo, Brazil, to Oswaldo Silva and Evangelina Camargo.

Sister Camargo serves in a mission Relief Society presidency. She has served as a ward Relief Society president, ward Young Women President, ward Primary president and institute teacher. She was born in S? Paulo, Brazil, to Jones Fernandes and Laura Sanches dos Santos.

John A. and Ada A. Ihenkoro
John A. and Ada A. Ihenkoro

John Ahuama Ihenkoro, 67, Kubwa Ward, Abuja Nigeria Stake, called as president of the Aba Nigeria Temple, succeeding President Alexander A. Odume. President Ihenkoro's wife, Ada Bibiana Anyasi Ihenkoro, will serve as temple matron. He serves as a stake patriarch. He has served as a district president's counselor, branch president and elders quorum president. A retired statistical department employee, he was born in Umuamoke Village, Aba, Abia, Nigeria, to Alaribe and Nwanyinma (Nee Akole) Ihenkoro.

Sister Ihenkoro serves as a nursery teacher. She has served as a branch Relief Society president and branch Young Women president. She was born in Wamba, Nassarawa State, Nigeria, to John and Catherine Anyasi.

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