First Presidency Calls 8 New Mission Presidents to Serve in Hong Kong, France + More

From Hong Kong to France and Indonesia to Colombia, learn more about the mission presidents and their wives called by the First Presidency. They will begin their service in July.

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Robert Mack Call, 66, and Heather Anne Call, five children, Chambers Creek Ward, Tacoma Washington South Stake: Utah Layton Mission, succeeding President G. Scott Spendlove and Sister Kariane C. Spendlove. Brother Call serves as ward mission leader and is a former Area Seventy, stake president, bishop, ward Young Men president, and missionary in the Germany South Mission. Born in Tacoma, Washington, to Mack Elmo Call and Jewel Berniece Call.

Sister Call serves as a ward missionary and is a former temple ordinance worker, stake Primary presidency counselor, ward Primary and Relief Society presidency counselor and Primary teacher. Born in Glasgow, Montana, to Dudley Leavitt Rushton Sr. and Beth Anne Bailey Rushton.

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Christophe Gérard Giraud-Carrier, 52, and Isabelle Sophie Mauclair Giraud-Carrier, eight children, Sunset Heights 4th Ward, Orem Utah Sunset Heights Stake: France Lyon Mission, succeeding President Scott D. Brown and Sister Traci L. Brown. Brother Giraud-Carrier is a former bishop, high councilor, stake Young Men President, stake mission president, ward Young Men president, and missionary in the Canada Montreal Mission. Born in Lyon, France, to Gérard Giraud-Carrier and Annie Giraud-Carrier.

Sister Giraud-Carrier is a former ward Primary president, ward Young Women president, ward Relief Society president, Primary teacher, and stake missionary. Born in Talence, France, to Charles Mauclair and Marie-Thérèse Mauclair.

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