New stake presidencies

Stake presidencies have been reorganized in Cochabamba, Bolivia; West Valley City, Utah; and Walla Walla, Washington.

Stake reorganizations

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA UNIVERSIDAD STAKE: (March 6, 1988) President – Mario E. Guzman, 55, ground operations chief for airline, former branch president and counselor, and branch Sunday School president. Counselors – Luis Garcia, 39, pharmaceutical inspector, former mission president's counselor, high councilor, bishop and counselor; Walter Camacho Terceros, 37, sales manager, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and Sunday School president.

SALT LAKE GRANGER CENTRAL STAKE: (March 6, 1988) President – Robert Carlyle Stephens, 54, supervisor of management systems and procedures for aerospace and electronics company, former high councilor and bishop. Counselors – Leslie Patterick Thorne, 45, certified public accountant, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, ward clerk, and ward Young Men president; Roger Taggart Olson, 42, accountant for West Valley City Corp., former stake Young Men president, bishop's counselor, elders quorum president, and teachers quorum adviser.

WALLA WALLA WASHINGTON STAKE: (Feb. 28, 1988) President – Duane Godsey Wood, 47, general contractor, former stake executive secretary, bishop and counselor, and Scoutmaster. Counselors – Leland Frank Turner, 46, executive assistant with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and ward Young Men president; Melvin Leroy Hankla, 60, mail carrier, former stake executive secretary, high councilor, bishop and counselor.