The First Presidency has announced the calling of four more mission presidents. Specific assignments for the presidents and their wives will be announced later. They will begin their service about July 1. Those called are:
Howard Lowell Biddulph, 55, Victoria 2nd Ward, Victoria British Columbia Stake; Sunday School teacher, former regional representative, mission president's counselor, stake president, high councilor, bishop, district and branch president; served in Canadian Mission, 1955-57; chairman of Department of Political Science and professor at University of Victoria; received bachelor's degree from BYU and master's and Ph.D. degrees from Indiana University; born in Rexburg, Idaho, a son of Lowell George and Ruth Hobson Biddulph; married Lillian Colleen Cook; five children. She is a Relief Society teacher and choir/Sunday School organist, former Primary pianist, choir organist, stake cultural arts specialist, ward organist, ward music chairman, Primary president, Relief Society and Primary counselor; music teacher; received bachelor's degree from BYU; born in Madison County, Idaho, a daughter of Wiley Delmoe and Lulu May Munns Cook.
Terry Raymond Clegg, 54, Farmington 8th Ward, Farmington North Stake; Young Men General Board member, former high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop's counselor, ward clerk, Young Men president, seminary teacher; served in Central British Mission, 1966-68; vice president/general manager of Consulting Services Company; received bachelor's degree from University of Utah; born in Park City, Utah, a son of James Raymond and Edythe Grace Johnson George Clegg; married Melodee Larsen; five children. She is a Primary counselor, former Cub Scout den mother, Relief Society president and chorister, ward librarian, Relief Society teacher, Primary president and counselor; freelance editor; received bachelor's degree from University of Utah; born in Van Nuys, Calif., a daughter of Glen C. and La June Irene Sorenson Larsen; raised from infancy by Earl J. and Mabel Larsen Michaelson.
Nefi Allison Trevino, 49, Naucalli Ward, Mexico City Mexico Tlalnepantla Stake; temple sealer and high councilor, former high councilor, name extractor, stake executive secretary and financial clerk, bishop and counselor; served in Northern Mexican Mission, 1961-63, served as labor (construction) missionary in Northern Mexican Mission, 1957-59; manager of systems and control at Presiding Bishopric area office; received bachelor's degree from BYU; born in Monterrey, Mexico, a son of Hector Valadez and Alicia Allison Trevino; married Rosa Elia Flores Enriquez; four children. She is a visiting teacher, former name extractor, stake Relief Society president and counselor, ward Primary president, Relief Society president, Sunday School teacher, temple worker; received teaching degree from Academia Mi Corte Universal; born in Nueva Rosita, Mexico, a daughter of Domingo and Victoria Lopez Enriquez Flores.
Scott Ralphs Watterson, 35, Logan University 26th Ward, Logan Utah University 1st Stake; bishop's counselor, former Cubmaster, Young Men president and adviser, Sunday School counselor, Primary teacher; served in Taiwan Mission, 1974-76; president and founder of Weslo, Inc./ProForm Fitness Products; received bachelor's degree from Utah State University; born in Salt Lake City, Utah, a son of Alma Eugene Jr. and Lila May Ralphs Watterson; married Michele Adams; four children. She is a Relief Society teacher, former Sunday School chorister, ward dance chairman, Young Women adviser, Primary chorister and organist, Primary teacher, Relief Society president; received bachelor's degree from Utah State University; born in Port Heuneme, Calif., a daughter of Thomas Ross and Florence Elaine Gordon Adams.