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See the New Chart of the Church's General Authorities + Get to Know New Church Leaders

by | Oct. 24, 2019

Mormon Life

We saw many changes announced during the 2019 October general conference, including nine General Authority Seventies who received emeritus status: Elder Wilford W. Andersen, Elder Kim B. Clark, Elder Lawrence E. Corbridge, Elder Claudio R.M. Costa, Elder Bradley D. Foster, Elder O. Vincent Haleck, Elder Donald L. Hallstrom, Elder Steven E. Snow, and Elder Larry Y. Wilson.

The Church News recently released an updated chart reflecting these changes made during general conference. You can view or download the new chart here.

In addition to these changes, five new Area Seventies were also called. The Church's newsroom released the following information about these new Church leaders:

Michel J. Carter, 65, Lac-Brome, Canada; retired; Montreal Quebec Temple president; former bishop, counselor in a bishopric, branch president, high councilor, counselor in a mission presidency, mission president and stake president. Wife, Danielle D.; five children.

Alfred Kyungu, 52, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo; Church Family History Manager; recently released as president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Mbuji-Mayi Mission; former counselor in a bishopric, high councilor and counselor in a stake presidency. Wife, Lucie; three children.

R. Pepper Murray, 60, Bountiful, Utah; Orthopedic Surgeon, self-employed; Salt Lake Married Student 2nd Stake president; former bishop, high councilor and counselor in a stake presidency. Wife, Rachelle; three children.

Ryan K. Olsen, 44, Salt Lake City, Utah; Senior Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, Moreton & Company; recently released as president of the Uruguay Montevideo West Mission; former bishop, counselor in a bishopric, high councilor, stake mission president and stake president. Wife, Julie; four children.

Iotua Tune, 60, Taborio, Kiribati; MLS Coordinator, Presiding Bishopric Office, Temporal Affairs; first counselor of the Marshall Islands/Kiribati Mission presidency; former bishop, branch president, district president and stake president. Wife, Maii Toanimatang; seven children.

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