The following temple presidents and matrons have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They have already begun their service.
Jorge Garnica Pereyra and Gloria Aurora Bravo Matheus de Garnica, Mirador Ward, Arequipa Perú Umacollo Stake, called as president and matron of the Arequipa Peru Temple, succeeding President Hector A. Dávalos and Sister Beatriz H. Dávalos Calle. President Garnica Pereyra is a temple sealer and a former temple presidency counselor, stake presidency counselor and bishop. He was born in Puno, Peru, to Carlos Garnica Caceres and Trinidad Pereyra de Garnica.
Sister Garnica Bravo is a former assistant to the matron, Relief Society presidency counselor, ward Primary president, ward Young Women presidency counselor and temple ordinance worker. She was born in Santo Tomas Cusco Peru, to Adan Lourdes Bravo Caceres and Gloria Victoria de Bravo Matheus.
Terrance Grant Rempel and Ladene Jensen Rempel, Kelowna 2nd Ward, Vernon British Columbia Stake, called as president and matron of the Vancouver British Columbia Temple, succeeding President Alan Craig Herrington and Sister Janice Louise Herrington. President Rempel is a temple sealer and a former temple presidency counselor, Italy Catania Mission president, stake presidency counselor, high councilor, bishop, elders quorum president and missionary in the Italy Rome Mission. A retired hotel owner, he was born in Lethbridge, Alberta, to Clarence Arnold Rempel and Renee Ilene Rempel.
Sister Rempel is a former assistant to the matron, mission president companion, stake Relief Society president, stake Primary president, stake Young Women presidency counselor and ward Relief Society president. She was born in Cardston, Alberta, to Reece Andrew Jensen and Veda N Jensen.
Juan Yáñez Velásquez and Mirna Violeta Martínez Marrufo de Yáñez, Camino Real Ward, Veracruz Mexico Stake, called as president and matron of the Veracruz Mexico Temple, succeeding President Sergio Alberto Garcia Garcia and Sister Felicia Garcia Lyons. President Yáñez Velásquez is a patriarch and temple sealer, and a former temple presidency counselor, high councilor, bishopric counselor, branch president and elders quorum president. He was born in Banderilla, Mexico, to Juan Yáñez Cruz and Aida Arminda Velazquez Ramirez.
Sister Martínez Yáñez is a temple ordinance worker and a former assistant to the matron, stake Relief Society president and ward Young Women presidency counselor. She was born in La Joya, Mexico, to M. Moises Martinez Cambranis and Serafina Martinez Marrufo.