Church Calls New Mission President for México City North Mission

The Church recently appointed Alfonso Urrea Gutiérrez as the new mission president for the México City North Mission.

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Alfonso Urrea Gutiérrez was recently called as the new mission president for the México City North Mission, which serves the Anáhuac Ward and Monterrey México Anáhuac Stake. He and his wife, Cynthia Thompson de Urrea, succeed President Todd Titensor and Sister Kathleen B. Titensorand President.

Brother Urrea is a former stake president, stake presidency counselor, stake executive secretary, bishop, high councilor, and missionary in the México Veracruz Mission. He was born in San José de Moradillas, México, to Doroteo Urrea Bañuelos and María Teresa Gutiérrez de Urrea. President Alfonso Urrea Gutiérrez and his wife have three children. 

Sister Urrea is a former ward Relief Society and Primary president, a former Relief Society and Primary presidency counselor, and a former Primary teacher. She was born in Monterrey, México, to Manuel de Jesús Thompson and Catalina Elena González de Thompson.

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