Stake reorganizations

HERMOSILLO MEXICO PITIC STAKE: (Nov. 4, 1990) President – Hugo Montoya Monroy, 30, employed in family vineyard, institute teacher, succeeding Carlos Pineda Ochoa; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and stake mission president, married Maria Del Carmen Balvastro Rubio. Counselors – Omar Lauterio Santacruz, 37, manager of municipal department of preventive medicine, former bishop and counselor, married Dominga Pineda Gomez; Juan Carlos Zazueta T., 27, sales manager for computer store, former bishop's counselor, Young Men president, and branch clerk, married Celia Guadalupe Garcia Coronado.

HOUSTON TEXAS NORTH STAKE: (Oct. 28, 1990) President – Stanley G. Ellis, 43, financial consultant and company president, succeeding Ronald P. Jensen; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop's counselor, and elders quorum president, married Kathryn Kloepfer. Counselors – Russell G. Parker, 48, investment counselor, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and high priests group leader, married Karen Louise Rohner; Clyde N. Black, 48, company senior vice president of human resources, former high councilor, bishop, high priests group leader, elders quorum president, and Scoutmaster, married Kathleen Fronk.

MANTARO PERU STAKE: (Oct. 21, 1990) President – Anthony Taipe Quincho, 33, systems analyst, succeeding Moises Sanchez; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, branch president's counselor, and elders quorum president, married Rosa Martha Salazar Portillo. Counselors – Victor Manuel Arana Vera, 43, accountant for department of roads and highways, former high councilor and elders quorum president, married Olga Isabel Manrique Perea; Augusto Guerra Paredes, 50, college director and professor, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, Sunday School president, and branch president's counselor, married Magna Pena Alarcon.

OSORNO CHILE STAKE: (Oct. 14, 1990) President – Guillermo Miguel Rodriguez Saez, 46, electronics mechanic, succeeding Gerardo Wilhelm K.; former high councilor, bishop, and branch president's counselor, married Luz Ines Valderas Castro. Counselors – Carlos Candelario Velasquez Solis, 39, Church regional maintenance supervisor, former stake executive secretary, high councilor, stake mission president's counselor, and branch president, married Maria Teresa Morquez Alvarez; Nelson Eduardo Fuentes Nunez, 36, bank security officer, former bishop and counselor, elders quorum president, and custodian, married Eliana Judith Herrera Delgado.

REYNOSA MEXICO STAKE: (Oct. 21, 1990) President – Juan Soriano Aparicio, retained. Counselors – Sergio De Regil Ledezma, retained; Rolando Garza Trevino, 27, pharmacist, former bishop's counselor, elders quorum president's counselor, Young Men president, and Sunday School teacher, married Maria Angelita Salinas Reyes.

SANTA CRUZ CALIFORNIA STAKE: (Oct. 28, 1990) President – Richard Desmond Wilson, 41, owner of piano business, succeeding Bradley Malcolm Macdonald; former high councilor, bishop and counselor, Young Men president, elders quorum president, and branch president's counselor, married Lynda Sue Jewett. Counselors – David Ray Barton, 46, president and chief executive officer of real estate business, former stake clerk, bishop's counselor, ward executive secretary, and Scoutmaster, married Bebe Dale Hammond; Gregory Paul Ford, 45, manager of special bids for ROLM Company, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake mission president, and Young Men president, married Susan Nelson.

TORREON MEXICO JARDIN STAKE: (Oct. 14, 1990) President – Carlos Macias Vazquez, 44, salesman, succeeding Rafael Leon Miranda; former stake president's counselor, bishop, and branch president, married Esperanza Margarita Marin De La Rosa. Counselors – Hector Jesus Resendiz Tapia, 37, high school assistant educational coordinator, former bishop and counselor, married Antonia Sanchez Franco; Fausto Cepeda Santos, 31, physician, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop's counselor, married Concepcion Isabel Leon Perera.