Another six mission presidents have been announced by the First Presidency. They and their wives will assume their responsibilities about July 1. Specific mission assignments will be announced later.
Mark L. Angus, 60, Lakeview Ward, Roy Utah Central Stake; stake president, former high councilor, stake Young Men president, and bishop; served in the California Mission, 1946-48; retired educator; received bachelor's and master's degrees from BYU, specialist of education degree from Utah State University; born in Roosevelt, Utah, a son of Leland Moore and Minnie Opal Lewis Angus; married Marilyn Wilcox; five children. She is a stake historian, assistant trainer in German name extraction and a Relief Society home and family education teacher, former president of ward Primary, YWMIA, and Relief Society; born in Heber City, Utah, a daughter of William Clyde and Mary Sophrona Giles Wilcox.
Bruce F. Carter, 53, Tobalaba Ward, Santiago Chile Las Condes Stake; high councilor, former stake clerk, bishop's counselor, branch president, and ward clerk; served in the Argentine Mission, 1966-68; regional manager of temporal affairs for Church in Chile; received bachelor's degree from BYU; born in Provo, Utah, a son of Jack Darrell and Kathleen Ellen Preator Carter; married Kathryn Thelma Hayes; three children. She is a ward Relief Society president and seminary teacher, former stake Relief Society president, stake Primary president's counselor, and ward Primary and Young Women president; born in Newport, Wash., a daughter of Charles Robert and Doris Mae Clumpner Hayes.
Dale G. Newbold, 55, North Canyon 3rd Ward, Bountiful Utah North Canyon Stake; regional representative, former Young Men general board member, stake president, stake Young Men president, high councilor and bishop; director of telecommunications business development for corporation; received bachelor's degrees from University of Utah and University of Oklahoma; did graduate study at Harvard Business School; born in Morgan, Utah, a son of George Lorenzo and Lyda Leon Robinson Newbold; married Barbara Lois Sperry; eight children. She is a ward cultural arts director, former stake Relief Society president, and president of ward Relief Society, Primary, and Young Women; born in Salt Lake City, Utah, a daughter of Edmund Butterworth and Margery Selma Thompson Sperry.
Earl J. Roueche, 62, McLean Ward, McLean Virginia Stake; stake president, former high councilor, bishop and counselor; served mission to France, 1949-51; retired executive of Organization of American States; received bachelor's degree from Idaho State University, did graduate study at University of Utah and Harvard University; born in Pocatello, Idaho, a son of John Francis and Millie Henderson Roueche; married Elaine Whatcott; seven children. She is a ward Relief Society president, former ward Young Women president's counselor, ward newsletter editor, Sunday School gospel doctrine teacher, and seminary instructor; born in Logan, Utah, a daughter of Clemouth LaVell and Vesta Admeta Pulley Whatcott.
E. Widtsoe Shumway, 60, Chaparral Ward, Phoenix Arizona Camelback Stake; stake president, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop and counselor; served in the Northwestern States Mission, 1947-49; subdivision owner and developer; received bachelor's and master's degrees from BYU, doctorate from California Western University; born in Thatcher, Ariz., a son of Ernest Hill and Sarah Viola Mortensen Shumway; married Mary Diane Blackham; four children. She is a former stake Relief Society president, ward Young Women president, and counselor to ward Primary and Relief Society presidents; born in Ogden, Utah, a daughter of Samuel Earl and Grace Stone Blackham.
W. Emery Smith, 43, Holladay 11th Ward, Salt Lake Holladay Stake; bishop, former high councilor, stake finance clerk, bishop and counselor, and ward Young Men president; served in the Northern Far East Mission, 1964-67; partner in accounting firm; received bachelor's degree in accounting from BYU; born in Salt Lake City, Utah, a son of Wilford Emery and Ruth Christensen Smith; married Pamela Packer; six children, one of whom is deceased. She is a ward music chairman and choir director, former ward Young Women and Primary president, Primary teacher, and Young Women advisor; born in Logan, Utah, a daughter of Thane J. and Palmyra Bean Packer.