First Presidency Calls 8 New Mission Presidents to Serve in Taiwan, Venezuela + More

From Taiwan to Venezuela and Australia to Japan, the following eight mission presidents and their wives have been called to serve throughout the world. 

Chile Santiago East Mission

William Todd Brotherson, 55, and Carrie Ann Parrott Brotherson, three children, Rockbridge Ward, Buena Vista Virginia Stake: Chile Santiago East Mission, succeeding President Marty Morgan and Sister Lydia Morgan. Brother Brotherson is a former stake president, bishop, high councilor, stake executive secretary, ward Young Men president, and missionary in the Texas San Antonio Mission. Born in Provo, Utah, to William Max Brotherson and Deanne Barbara Bingham Brotherson.

Sister Brotherson serves as a ward Relief Society presidency counselor and is a former ward Primary and Young Women president, Sunday School and Relief Society teacher, and missionary in the Spain Seville Mission. Born in Sacramento, California, to Arnold Robert Parrott and Phyllis Arlene Gregg Parrott.

Taiwan Taichung Mission

Bradley Watson Card, 45, and Cynthia Jean Card, four children, Forest Heights Ward, Edmonton Alberta Bonnie Doon Stake: Taiwan Taichung Mission, succeeding President Michael John U. Teh and Sister Grace Teh. Brother Card serves as a high councilor and stake Young Men president and is a former ward Young Men president, ward mission leader, bishopric counselor, and missionary in the Taiwan Taipei Mission. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, to Bryce Dean Card and Kathryn Watson Card.

Sister Card serves as a ward Young Women president and is a former ward Relief Society secretary, ward Relief Society president, and stake Primary presidency counselor. Born in Magrath, Alberta, Canada, to Robert Hodgson Whitehead and Gloria Jean Whitehead.

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