New stake presidencies

 Elder Harold G. Hillam of the Seventy has created the Campinas Brazil Flamboyant Stake, which includes the Campinas 1st, Campinas 2nd, Janguariuna, Mogi Guacu, and Progresso wards, and the Itapira and Mogi Mirim branches.
 Elder Lynn A. Mickelsen of the Seventy has created the Santiago Chile La Granja stake, which includes the El Parron, La Granja 1st, La Granja 2nd, Los Arcos, and Malaquias Concha wards.Elsewhere, stakes were reorganized in Brazil and Mexico, and in Louisiana and Oklahoma.
 New stakes
 CAMPINAS BRAZIL FLAMBOYANT STAKE: (Aug. 23, 1992) Created from the Campinas Brazil Castelo Stake. President - Luiz Antonio Cairo, 37, orthopedics supply manager, former high councilor, district president, and branch president's counselor, married Walkiria Carvalho de Santana. Counselors - Suzuki Setuo, 53, sales agent, former mission president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, elders quorum president, and Sunday School president, married Lourdes Aparecida Goulart; Reginaldo Vidal Canova, 30, electronic engineer, former high councilor, stake Sunday School president, bishop and counselor, and elders quorum president, married Deborah Goncalves D'Avila.
 SANTIAGO CHILE LA GRANJA STAKE: (Aug. 30, 1992) Created from the Santiago Chile La Cisterna Stake. President - Jorquera M. Arturo del Carmen, 47, area office personnel assistant, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and stake mission president, married Amalia Jues Silva Paredes. Counselors - Rebolledo Fuentes Victor, 50, refrigeration company employee, former stake president's counselor, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Patricia de las Mercedes Vidal Pena; Cancino Castro Luis Alberto, 29, bank operations officer, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and elders quorum president, married Carolina Arnedino Farina.
 Stake
 reorganizations
 CELAYA MEXICO STAKE: (Aug. 30, 1992) President - Jesus Ernesto Tinoco N., 37, succeeding Hector Javier Gaona Y. Juan; manager and owner of construction company, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, branch president and counselor, married Alma Guadelupe de Cuadras. Counselors - Hector Avila Rosales, 31, physics and chemistry professor, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, married Martha Patricia Melendez Aguilar; Rafael Rodriguez Ramirez, 29, manager of distribution company, former bishop's counselor and branch president, married Gabriela Vazquez.
 CAMPINA GRANDE BRAZIL STAKE: (Aug. 16, 1992) President - Gutemberg Guedes Amorin, retained. Counselors - Joao Cordeiro Guedes, 31, banking secretary, former stake president's counselor, bishop, and branch president, married Lismenia Nobrega; Claudio J. Silva, 27, Church maintenance worker, former high councilor, bishop, and Young Men president, married Jocania de Araujo.
 MONROE LOUISIANA STAKE: (Sept. 13, 1992) President - Edwin C. Orr, 56, coordinator of seminaries and institutes, succeeding Thomas L. Means; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake Young Men president, and bishop, married C. Lorraine Oliver. Counselors - Herbert Haymond, Jr., 59, senior process systems analyst, former branch president and counselor, elders quorum president and counselor, married Mary Alice Ebensperger; Scott W. Boyle, 38, assistant professor, former stake Sunday School president, elders quorum president, ward Sunday School president, and Sunday School teacher, married Jane Salisbury.
 TULSA OKLAHOMA EAST STAKE: (Sept. 13, 1992) President - Donald R. Murnan, 44, district manager of telephone company, succeeding Terry L. Nisson; former stake president, high councilor, stake mission president, and bishop, married Linda Carol Venable. Counselors - David L. Peterson, 49, state district judge, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, seventies president and elders quorum president, married Elaine Denkers; R. Stanley Gardner, 61, senior admissions coordinator, former bishop and high priests group leader, married Joan Simon.