With so many temples in the world, new temple presidents are frequently called. This time, Lima, Peru; Kyiv, Ukraine; Curitiba, Brazil ; and Anchorage, Alaska are among those that will receive new leadership in the upcoming months. The First Presidency recently sent out two news releases calling six new temple presidents then calling another eight.
Cochabamba Bolivia Temple
Sister García serves as an assistant to the matron of the Cochabamba Bolivia Temple. She has served in a stake Relief Society presidency, as stake and ward Primary president, and as ward Relief Society president. She was born in Cochabamba, Bolivia, to Alejandro Villarroel Panoso and María Teresa Ayala Loza.
Fresno California Temple
David Heber Crane, 68, Visalia 1st Ward, Visalia California Stake, called as president of the Fresno California Temple, succeeding President Jerry E. Callister. President Crane’s wife, Jeanette Linford Crane, will serve as temple matron, succeeding Sister Kathryn R. Callister. He is first counselor in the Fresno California Temple presidency. He served as president of the Puerto Rico San Juan Mission, stake president, bishop, and stake Young Men president. Oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Born in Murray, Utah, to Leonald Heber and Lyla May Butler Crane.
Sister Crane is an assistant to the matron of the Fresno California Temple. She served with her husband as he presided over the Puerto Rico San Juan Mission. She served as stake and ward Relief Society president, stake Young Women presidency counselor, ward Young Women president, and ward Primary presidency counselor. Born in Glendale, California, to Raymond Hodges and Wanda Ball Linford.
Memphis Tennessee Temple
Sister Danielson is an assistant to the matron at the Memphis Tennessee Temple. She served as stake Young Women president, stake Relief Society presidency counselor, senior missionary, and temple ordinance worker. Born in Pasadena, California, to Jesse Eldred and Helen Lela Valantine Stay.