New stake presidencies

Elder Horacio Tenorio of the Seventy has created the Guaymallen Argentina Stake, which includes the Dorrego, Guaymallen, and San Jose wards, and the Bermejo, Colonia Bombal, Santa Ana, and Unimev branches.

Elsewhere, stakes were reorganized in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, England, Germany, Korea, Mexico and in Idaho, Nevada, and Utah.

New stake

GUAYMALLEN ARGENTINA STAKE: (April 17, 1994) Created from the Mendoza Argentina and Godoy Cruz Argentina stakes. President – Angel Licursi, 42, Church Educational System coordinator, former mission president's counselor, stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop, married Graciela Eugenia Mouly. Counselors – Luis Wajchman, 35, Church Educational System coordinator, former mission president's counselor, stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop, married LawaAlicia Molto; Ernesto Gustavo Lier, 43, independent construction contractor, former bishop's counselor, branch president, elders quorum president, and Sunday School president, married Nelly Jeanette Galloso.

Stake reorganizations

COVENTRY ENGLAND STAKE: (April 24, 1994) President – Nelson Paul George Oliver, 38, distribution manager, succeeding Thomas William Phillips; former stake executive secretary, bishop and counselor, and gospel doctrine teacher, married Gail Topp. Counselors – Robert Reginald King, 46, health, safety and environment consultant, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop, married Jill Havencropt; Michael Reynolds, 52, financial records analyst, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake clerk, bishop, branch president, stake and ward Young Men president, married Patricia Margaret Southren.

DURAN ECUADOR NORTH STAKE: (April 17, 1994) President – Eddie Frankie Pincay Carpio, 31, computer technician, succeeding Mark Roy Kent; former stake clerk, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Alexia Veronica Aristeqa Matamoros. Counselors – Lautaro Bernardino Vera Covena, 34, merchant, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, stake and ward Young Men president, married Regina Genoveva Alcivar Alvarez; Epifanio de la Cruz Moran Borja, 30, factory worker, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and Sunday School president's counselor, married Carmen Pilar Alava Murillo.

HERMOSILLO MEXICO STAKE: (April 24, 1994) President – Miguel Enrique Puga Becerra, 31, institute director, succeeding Jorge Santos Flores; former high councilor, stake mission president, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Carmen Leticia Badilla Nunez. Counselors – Gerardo Rivera Patino, 42, secondary school teacher, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop and counselor, and ward clerk, married Virginia Vazquez Gutierrez; Eufemio Carrillo Villa, 54, grocery store owner, former high councilor, bishop, district president, branch president, and high priests group leader, married Dolores Atondo.

KWANG JU KOREA STAKE: (April 24, 1994) President – Jong Ha Lim, 42, Church Educational System director, succeeding Je Ahn Kim; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, branch president, elders quorum president, and branch clerk, married Kyung Duck Ham. Counselors – Jung Bae Choi, 47, director, former high councilor and bishop, married Hyun Hee Kim; Kwang Yoon Kim, 32, researcher for Division of Nuclear Medicine at Chonnam University Hospital, former high councilor and stake mission president, married So Yean Chung.

LAS VEGAS NEVADA WARM SPRINGS STAKE: (April 24, 1994) President – F. Wayne Edington, 48, president and owner of insurance agency, succeeding Roger Lee Hunt; former high councilor, bishop and counselor, stake and ward Young Men president, Explorer adviser, and Scoutmaster, married Susan Renee Deaver. Counselors – Paul R. Michaelson, 47, attorney, former bishop and counselor, branch president, and high priests group leader, married Anne Holley; J. Daniel Hastings, 40, attorney, former high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop, elders quorum president and counselor, Young Men secretary, and gospel doctrine teacher, married Michele Christensen.

LOGAN UTAH UNIVERSITY 2ND STAKE: (May 1, 1994) President – Ralph W. Binns, 51, dentist, succeeding Larry L. Jardine; former high councilor and bishop, married Jane Braegger. Counselors – Rodney E. Tueller, 56, Utah State University athletic director, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and gospel principles teacher, married Bertie Valene Danford; Jerry S. Wuthrich, 48, president of Rudy & Sons Greenhouse, Inc., former stake clerk, stake athletic director, high priests secretary, and assistant Scoutmaster, married Pauline Nelson.

LOGAN UTAH UNIVERSITY FOURTH STAKE: (May 1, 1994) President – Glen E. Stringham, 64, consultant, succeeding Russell Miles Warren; former regional representative, president of Florida Ft. Lauderdale Mission, high councilor, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Margene Nielson. Counselors – Lee G. Cantwell, 60, lumber and hardware store owner, former mission president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, gospel doctrine teacher, and seminary teacher, married Karen Marie Hansen; John V. Johnson, 46, preventive maintenance supervisor for Church, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, high priests group leader, and priests quorum adviser, married Rebecca Harris.

MANNHEIM GERMANY STAKE: (May 8, 1994) President – Rolf Metzner, 51, architect, succeeding Dieter Uchtdorf; former stake president's counselor, stake mission president, bishop, branch president, and high priests group leader, married Gisela Katharina Dieter. Counselors – Wolfgang Pilz, 41, physician, former high councilor, stake Young Men president's counselor, bishop's counselor, high priests group leader, ward executive secretary, and ward clerk, married Karin Horst; Oliver Egly, 37, self-employed, former high councilor, stake mission president, elders quorum president, Young Men president, and finance clerk, married Karina Margarethiz Krause.

MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA BRAESIDE STAKE: (April 17, 1994) President – Dirk Smibert, 38, businessman, succeeding Raymond Angus Page; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake mission president, and bishop, married Kerry Ann Benson. Counselors – J. Murray Lobley, 54, engineering and social research consultant, former stake president's counselor, district president and counselor, branch president and counselor, and temple ordinance worker, married Judith Marilyn Head; John David Harrison, 48, company director of Australian Tel-Tec P/L, former high councilor, stake mission president, bishop, ward mission leader, elders quorum president, and Sunday School president, married Margaret Anne Chadwick.

MENDOZA ARGENTINA STAKE: (April 17, 1994) President – Juan Martin Borges, retained. Counselors – Carlos Adolfo Horacio Sanchez, 41, independent worker, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and stake executive secretary, married Cristina Beatriz Kirsner; Agustin Domingo Cano, 40, electrical business and services owner, former high councilor, stake auditor, bishop and counselor, and married Maria del Carmen Rosales.

SANDPOINT IDAHO STAKE: (April 17, 1994) President – Nelson Marion Boren, 42, self-employed architect and artist, succeeding Glen Bealer Marks; former high councilor, stake mission president's counselor, bishop's counselor, Young Men president, and Scoutmaster, married Jeanne McKay. Counselors – Craig W. Hubbard, 50, farmer, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and gospel doctrine teacher, married Carol Jean Whitaker; Thomas Quentin Byers, 54, pharmacy owner, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and high priests group leader, married Marth Ann Fogg.

SAN FRANCISCO DE MACORIS DOMINICAN REPUBLIC STAKE: (Jan. 23, 1994) President – Luciano Javier Antigua, 46, physician, succeeding Eric Olivero; former stake president's counselor, district president's counselor, district Young Men president, branch president, and Sunday School president, married Germania Fabian Liriano. Counselors – Maximo A. Gomez, 44, architect, former mission president's secretary, district president's counselor, branch president, and Sunday School president, married Arelis Socorro Ricourt; Ivan Eduardo Gomez, 45, merchant, former district president, branch president, elders quorum president, and branch clerk, married Lidice Milagros Berrido Bueno.

SOROCABA BRAZIL STAKE: (April 24, 1994) President – Mauro De Almeida, 30, executive cashier, succeeding Marcos Antonio Catherini Prieto; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop's counselor, married Rosa Maria Piccinin Rodrigues. Counselors – Paulo Fernando Catherini Prieto, 30, merchant, high councilor, bishop's counselor, branch president, and elders quorum president, married Marcia Marques Ferreira Correia; Edgilson Santos Da Silva, 29, police officer, high councilor, bishop's counselor, branch president, and elders quorum president, married Jayne Regina Tota Camargo.

WEST JORDAN UTAH WESTBROOK STAKE: (April 17, 1994) President – William Louis Ertel, 37, president of Beautyline Furniture Manufacturing, succeeding Henry Keonaona Chai II; former high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop and counselor, and elders quorum president's counselor, married Marian Wilson. Counselors – Russell Blaine Willardson, 37, public works director, former bishop and counselor, ward executive secretary, elders quorum president, deacons quorum adviser, and Primary teacher, married Karen Adele Ameling; Mark E. Beecher, 31, seminary instructor, former high councilor, stake Sunday School president, and elders quorum president, married Kimbely Esther Young.