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These MTC presidents have just been called to serve

The First Presidency has called five new missionary training center presidents and their wives; with the exception of the Milders, who have already begun serving, the couples will begin their service in January.

Sandra G. and Scott B. Clark

Scott Boyd Clark, 59, and Sandra Gail Clark, four children, Bentonville 2nd Ward, Bentonville Arkansas Stake: Philippines Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Rodolfo A. and Sister Brenda R. Carlos. Brother Clark serves as a stake executive secretary and is a former mission president in the Philippines Angeles Mission, stake president, bishop, high councilor, ward Young Men president, and missionary in the Japan Sendai Mission. Born in Murray, Utah, to Wallace Ivan Clark and Colleen Clark.

Sister Clark serves as an assistant director of public affairs, served with her husband in the Philippines Angeles Mission, and is a former stake seminary supervisor, seminary teacher, ward Primary president, and stake Young Women camp director. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Jay Kent Curtis and Bonnie Jean Curtis.

Christine and Lindsay T. Dil

Lindsay Thomas Dil, 67, and Christine Mary Dil, four children, Takapuna Ward, Auckland New Zealand Harbour Stake: New Zealand Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Philip F. and Sister Judith L. Howes. Brother Dil serves as an area church history advisor and is a former Area Seventy, mission president in the Ghana Cape Coast Mission, stake president, bishop, and missionary in the French Polynesian Mission. Born in Auckland, New Zealand, to Wilfred Thomas Dil and Gloria May Dil.

Sister Dil also serves as an area church history adviser, served with her husband in the Ghana Cape Coast Mission, and is a former stake and ward Relief Society president. Born in Thames, New Zealand, to Jack Charles Cathro Patrick and Daphne Myrtle McLean Dawson Patrick.

David E. and Nancy L. LeSueur

David Ellsworth LeSueur, 69, and Nancy Lee Rigby LeSueur, seven children, Stratland Ward, Arizona Gilbert Stake: Provo Missionary Training Center, succeeding President David C. and Sister Deanie Martino. Brother LeSueur serves as a temple sealer and ward music chairman and is a former temple president, Area Seventy, mission president in the Philippines Manila Mission, stake president, and missionary in the Central British Mission. Born in Mesa, Arizona, to Leo Robertson LeSueur and Thelma Claire Ellsworth Leslie.

Sister LeSueur serves as ward organist, served with her husband in the Philippines Manila Mission, and is a former temple matron, stake music chairman, ward Young Women and Primary president, and stake Relief Society president. Born in Berkeley, California, to Charles Emery Rigby and Mary Jayne Tolton Rigby.

César A.S. and Daisy Milder

César Augusto Seiguer Milder, 61, and Maureen Daisy de Paula Milder, three children, Horto Florestal Ward, Sao Paulo Brazil North Stake: Brazil Missionary Training Center, succeeding President João R.C. and Sister Maria Lúcia Martins Silva. Brother Milder is a former Area Seventy, mission president in the Brazil Cuiabá and Brazil Ribeirão Preto Missions, stake president, bishop, high councilor, and missionary in the Brazil Sao Paulo South Mission. Born in Uruguaiana, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, to Eldio Krunsel Milder and Branca Flor Seiguer Milder.

Sister Milder served with her husband in the Brazil Cuiaba and Brazil Ribeirao Preto Missions and is a former stake Relief Society presidency counselor, Relief Society and Primary teacher, and ward Relief Society president. Born in Curitiba, Parana, Brazil, to Leugim de Paula and Antonia Gonçalves Ramos de Paula.

Rose Ann and Timothy M. Olson

Timothy Michael Olson, 70, and Rose Ann Johnson Olson, seven children, Monte Cristo Ward, McAllen Texas West Stake: Mexico Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Curtis R. and Sister Sheri M. Bennett. Brother Olson serves as a patriarch and temple ordinance worker and is a former Area Seventy, mission president in the Uruguay Montevideo Mission, stake president, bishop, and missionary in the Argentina Mission. Born in Downey, California, to Roger Lee Olson and Faith Wanda Olson.

Sister Olson serves as a ward organist and temple ordinance worker, served with her husband in the Uruguay Montevideo Mission, and is a former ward Primary, Relief Society, and Young Women president, stake Young Women president, and seminary teacher. Born in Idaho Falls, Idaho, to Walden Weaver Johnson and Gwen D Johnson.

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