• Elder Gary E. Stevenson, 52, has been a mission president in Japan and was serving as a Sunday School teacher at the time of his call. He is the COO of a health and fitness equipment company. Born in Ogden, Utah, he married Lesa Jean Higley. They are the parents of four children.
• Elder Jose A. Teixeira, 47, was serving as the president of the Brazil Sao Paulo South Mission, and had been an Area Seventy. Before his call as a mission president, he was an international controller for the church. Born in Vila Real, Portugal, he married Maria Filomena Lopes Teles Grilo. They are the parents of three children.
• Elder F. Michael Watson, 65, has served as secretary to the First Presidency of the church since 1986, and previously worked as secretary to the Quorum of the Twelve. A former stake president and temple sealer, he was born in Spring City, Utah. He married Jolene Mann and they are the parents of 12 children.
• Elder Jorge F. Zeballos, 52, was serving as president of the Chile Concepcion South Mission and had been an Area Seventy. He worked as the manager of corporate affairs for a mining company in Chile until 2005. Born in Ovalle, Chile, he married Carmen Gloria Valenzuela. They are the parents of five children.
Second Quorum of the Seventy
• Elder Tad R. Callister, 62, was serving as president of the Canada Toronto East Mission and had been an Area Seventy. Professionally, he had been a practicing attorney with a firm in California. Born in Glendale, Calif., he married Kathryn Louise Saporiti and they are the parents of six children.
• Elder Kent D. Watson, 64, has served as a mission president and at the time of his call, was the membership clerk in his ward. He spent his career as a CPA and became CEO of an international accounting firm. Born in Cedar City, Utah, he married Connie Lingmann and they are the parents of five children.
Young Women General Presidency
Elaine S. Dalton, former first counselor in the Young Women, is now president, with Mary N. Cook (former second counselor) as first counselor and Ann M. Dibb as second counselor. Sister Dibb, a former Young Women General Board member, is President Thomas S. Monson's daughter.
• Sister Dalton was born and raised in Ogden and received a bachelor's degree in English from Brigham Young University. She has six children with her husband, Stephen E. Dalton.
• Sister Cook was a special education teacher and administrator as well as an elementary school principal. She has a bachelor's and master's degree in speech pathology and audiology as well as an education degree from BYU. She is a step-mother to four children and step-grandmother to 17 grandchildren.
• Sister Dibb was born and raised in Salt Lake City and is a full-time homemaker. The daughter of President and Sister Thomas S. Monson, she has a bachelor's degree in elementary education from BYU and is married to Roger Dibb. They are the parents of one daughter and three sons.
Pedro E. Abularach, 50, Guatemala City, Guatemala; Koichi Aoyagi, 63, Chiba-ken, Japan; Juan C. Barros, 50, Santiago, Chile; Colin H. Bricknell, 62, Krugersdorp, South Africa; Victor Kah Keng Chen, 53, Singapore; Kuo Chiang Chung, 53, Taipei, Taiwan; J. Devn Cornish, 56, Atlanta, Ga.; Wynn R. Dewsnup, 58, Ogden, Utah; Matthew J. Eyring, 38, Ashland, Mass.; G. Guillermo Garcia, 53, Santiago, Chile; Robert C. Gay, 56, Palm Beach, Fla.; Alfredo L. Gessati, 60, Merate, Italy; James B. Gibson, 59, Henderson, Nev.; Julio C. Gonzalez, 45, Monterrey, Mexico; Paulo H. Itinose, 41, Santana Aracatuba, Brazil; Douglas W. Jessop, 62, Pago Pago, American Samoa; Faustino Lopez, 57, Madrid, Spain.
Declan O. Madu, 45, Owerri, Nigeria; Per G. Malm, 59, Goteborg, Sweden; Fernando Maluenda, 45, Penalolen, Chile; James B. Martino, 57, Aubrey, Texas; Sergiy N. Mikulin, 55, Kharkov, Ukraine; Abelardo Morales, 45, Monterrey, Mexico; W. T. David Murray, 49, Newmarket, Canada; Satoshi Nishihara, 56, Ushiku-shi, Japan; Norbert K. Ounleu, 38, Abidjan, Ivory Coast; Michael D. Pickerd, 49, Katy, Texas; Anatoly K. Reshetnikov, 55, Saratov, Russia; William F. Reynolds, 64, La Canada, Calif.; Michael A. Roberts, 57, Auckland, New Zealand; Fernando A. R. Da Rocha, 42, Seixal, Portugal; A. Ricardo Sant'Ana, 44, Santo Andre, Brazil; Robert B. Smith, 59, Downingtown, Pa.; Ysrael A. Tolentino, 43, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; Ruben D. Torres, 47, Bogota, Colombia; J. Romeo Villarreal, 51, San Juan, Texas; Louis Weidmann, 54, Recherswil, Switzerland; Chi Hong (Sam) Wong, 45, Shatin, Hong Kong.
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