New presidents and companions called in 9 missionary training centers

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Missionaries walk between buildings at the Missionary Training Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Mexico, Friday, Jan. 24, 2020. Photo by Ravell Call, courtesy of Church News. Copyright 2022 Deseret News Publishing Company.

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The following new missionary training center presidents and companions have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in January 2023.

Provo Missionary Training Center

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Kevin E. and Sydney Calderwood

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Kevin E. Calderwood61, and Sydnee Calderwood, six children, Reston Ward, Oakton Virginia Stake: Provo Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Benson L. Porter and Sister Kerry Porter. Elder and Sister Calderwood previously served as mission leaders in the New York New York South Mission. Elder Calderwood is a recently released Area Seventy and former JustServe Area Specialist, stake president, bishop, ward Young Men president, ward mission leader, and missionary in the Edinburgh Scotland Mission. He was born in Orem, Utah, to Bobby Earl Calderwood and Ellen Marie Carroll Calderwood.

Sister Calderwood is a Sunday School teacher and former area JustServe specialist, ward Relief Society president, ward Young Women president, Cub leader, and institute teacher. She was born in Fruita, Colorado to Stephen Lee Butler and Enid Peacock Butler.

India Technical Support Center

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Bruce W and Tamara Chestnut

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Bruce W Chestnut66, and Tamara Chestnut, four children, Lindon 1st Ward, Lindon Utah Central Stake: India Service Support Center, succeeding President Milton P. Shipp and Sister Heidi Shipp. Elder and Sister Chestut previously served as mission leaders in the Nevada Reno Mission. Elder Chestnut is a Sunday School teacher and former counselor in the stake presidency, high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop, bishop’s counselor, branch president, ward Young Men president, and missionary in the Tempe mission from Arizona. He was born in American Fork, Utah, to James Clyde Chestnut and Jeanelle Chestnut.

Sister Chesnut is a member of the ward Relief Society Activities Committee and past ward Young Women president, counselor in the ward Relief Society presidency, ward Relief Society visiting teaching coordinator, and the Primary. She was born in Logan, Utah, to Roger Blain Brown and Gloria Day.

Philippine Missionary Training Center

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David W. and Kayla DeLaMare

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David W. DeLaMare66 and Kayla DeLaMare, six children, Pheasant Pointe 8th Ward, Lehi Utah Stake Pheasant Pointe: Philippine Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Wayne E. Maurer and Tracy Mauer. Elder and Sister DeLaMare previously served as mission leaders in the Philippines Quezon City Mission. Elder DeLaMare is a ward temple and family history leader and former stake president, bishop, Provo MTC branch president, and missionary in the Manila Mission in the Philippines. He was born in Salt Lake City to Donlon Philip DeLaMare and Ardith Kimball DeLaMare.

Sister DeLaMare is a stake Relief Society president and past ward Relief Society president, ward Young Women president, and assistant branch mission leader. She was born in Murray, Utah to Norman Kendall Harris and Diana Cutler Harris.

Mexico Missionary Training Center

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Robert WH and Kathy Hymas

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Robert W. Hymas64, and Kathy Hymas, five children, Edgemont 4th Ward, Provo Utah Edgemont Stake: México Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Dale B. Kirkham and Sister Jill Kirkham. Elder and Sister Hymas serve as counselor in the presidency of the Provo Missionary Training Center and counselor in the Relief Society presidency, respectively, and have previously served as mission leaders in the Bahía Blanca Mission in Argentina. Elder Hymas is a former Area Seventy, temple sealer, stake president, high councilor, bishop, elders quorum president, and missionary in the Argentina South Mission in Buenos Aires. He was born in Salt Lake City to William Merrill Hymas and Anna Darlene Hymas.

Sister Hymas is a former stake and ward Relief Society president, ward Primary president, institute teacher, Primary music leader, ward activities committee chairperson, and missionary in the Bolivia Mission. Santa Cruz. She was born in Salt Lake City to Eran Abegg Call and Katherine Groesbeck Call.

Missionary Training Center of Peru

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Mark A. and Sylvia Ruth Jarman

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Mark A. Jarman66, and Sylvia Ruth Jarman, five children, Grandview 9th Ward, Provo Utah Grandview Stake: Peru Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Scott T. Jackson and Sister Ruthanne Jackson. Elder and Sister Jarman previously served as mission leaders in the Santo Domingo East Mission in the Dominican Republic. Elder Jarman is a patriarch and former counselor in the stake presidency, bishop, bishop’s counselor, elders quorum president, counselor in the elders quorum presidency, ward Young Men president, Sunday School teacher, and missionary in the mission of Concepción in Chile. He was born in Harlingen, Texas to Boyd Orson Jarman and Lois Katheryn Conger Jarman.

Sister Jarman is a patriarchal scribe and former counselor in the stake Primary presidency, ward Relief Society president, counselor in the ward Young Women presidency, counselor in the ward Primary presidency, assistant director ward Young Women camp, Sunday School teacher, Primary teacher, Relief Society and Primary compassionate service coordinator. activity day leader. She was born in Provo, Utah to Paul Alphonzo Simmons and Virginia Larsen Simmons.

Ghana Missionary Training Center

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Mark O. and Gwen Lord

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Mark O. Lords67, and Gwen Lords, six children, Wasatch View Ward, Heber City Utah East Stake: Ghana Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Paul W. Craig and Sister Nadine Craig. Elder and Sister Lords previously served as mission leaders in the Tennessee Nashville Mission. Brother Lords is Patriarch and Past District President of Provo MTC, Mission Presidency Counselor, Stake Presidency Counselor, High Councilor, Bishop, Ward Mission Leader, Ward Young Men President, School Teacher Sunday service and missionary in the Minnesota Mission in Minneapolis. He was born in Tripler, Hawaii to Spencer Lutz Lords and Kathleen Beth Lords.

Sister Lords is a former counselor in the district Relief Society presidency, ward Relief Society president, ward Young Women president, ward Primary president, Young Women counselor, visiting teacher overseer, Relief Society compassionate service coordinator, Sunday School teacher, Primary teacher, and nursery supervisor. She was born in Rexburg, Idaho, to William Theodore Steinman and LaRue Fowler.

Missionary Training Center in South Africa

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Mark J. and Jo Ann Pendleton

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Mark J. Pendleton69, and Jo Ann Pendleton, five children, Swiss Alpine Ward, Midway Utah West Stake: South Africa Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Raymon D. Foote and Sister Cindy Foote. Elder and Sister Pendleton previously served as mission leaders in the California Roseville Mission. Elder Pendleton is a ward mission leader and former member of the Young Men general presidency board of trustees, stake president, high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop, bishop’s counselor, Young Men president of ward, single adult counselor, and missionary in the California Oakland Mission. He was born in Spokane, Washington, to Kenneth Calvin Pendleton and Virginia Woodward Pendleton.

Sister Pendleton serves as stake Relief Society president, stake single adult counselor, ward Young Women president, counselor in the ward Relief Society presidency, counselor in the ward Primary presidency, teacher in the Relief Society, Primary teacher and nursery supervisor. She was born in Tacoma, Washington to Ivan Douglas Jordan and Jerrolyn W Jordan.

Missionary Training Center in Brazil

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Fernando M. and Monica Silva

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Fernando M. Silva, 65, and Monica Silva, four children, Silver Stone Ward, Washington Utah Buena Vista Stake: Brazil Missionary Training Center, succeeding President David L. Beck and Sister Robyn Beck. Elder and Sister Silva previously served as mission leaders in the Brazil Salvador Mission and temple president and matron in the Brazil São Paulo Temple. Elder Silva is a Primary activities leader and former temple sealer, bishop, elders quorum president, and missionary in the Brazil São Paulo South Mission. He was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Caneades Castro e Silva and Moema Coaracy Muniz.

Sister Silva is a Primary activity leader and former counselor in the ward Relief Society presidency, counselor in the ward Young Women presidency, and gospel doctrine teacher. She was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Renato Lacerda and Maria Jose Rodrigues Lacerda.

England Missionary Training Center

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Don H. and Cyndy Staheli

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Don H. Staheli, 73, and Cyndy Staheli, five children, Val Verda 1st Ward, Bountiful Utah Val Verda Stake: England Missionary Training Center, succeeding President Creg D. Ostler and Sister Sondra Ostler. Elder and Sister Staheli previously served as mission leaders in the Paris France Mission and temple president and matron in the Bountiful Utah Temple. Elder Staheli is a stake missionary readiness emotional resilience specialist and temple sealer and former patriarch, stake president, stake executive secretary, high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop, ward executive secretary, president of the Young People of the parish and missionary in the Franco-Belgian mission. . He was born in Spanish Fork, Utah, to Gerald Douglass Staheli and Nadine Hansen Staheli.

Sister Staheli is a counselor in the ward Primary presidency and temple ordinances worker and former member of the Temple Square Tabernacle choir, ward Relief Society president, ward Young Women president, Primary president ward music director, Primary teacher, seminary teacher, and Primary music leader . She was born in Salt Lake City to Harold Shiblon Bodine and Marian Hirschi.

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