First Presidency Calls 2 New Mission Presidents to Mexico and Guam

by | Jun. 30, 2017

Mormon Life

The Church has called mission presidents and their wives to serve in missions in Mexico and Guam.

México Xalapa Mission

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Sergio Alberto Esquihuas, 56, and María del Refugio Aguilar de Esquihuas, three children, Santa Ana Ward, Santa Ana California South Stake: México Xalapa Mission, succeeding President Mathew C. Greer and Sister Terrilyn Greer. Brother Esquihuas serves as a ward Young Men president and is a former bishop, high councilor, stake Young Men president, branch president and missionary in the México Monterrey Mission. Meetinghouse manager, Corporation of the Presiding Bishop. Born in Guadalajara, México, to Jorge Esquihuas and Amelia Avina.

Sister Esquihuas serves as a Young Women adviser and is a former ward Primary, Relief Society and Young Women presidency counselor. Born in Barrancas, México, to Simon Aguilar and Domitila Fernandez.

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