The First Presidency has announced the calling of four more mission presidents. They and their wives will begin their service about July 1. Those called are:
Gregory K. Brough, 43, assigned to the Brazil Porto Alegre South Mission; Brentwood Ward, Franklin Tennessee Stake; stake president's counselor, former high councilor, stake Young Men president, stake mission president and counselor, ward mission leader, and elders quorum president's counselor; international hospital and health care management executive; received bachelor's degree from BYU; born in Salt Lake City, Utah, a son of Rulon Reed and Margaret Elma Reeves Brough; married Eliza Jan; three children. She is a ward Relief Society board member, former ward Primary president, ward Relief Society president, Primary teacher, Sunday School in-service leader, and counselor in stake Primary presidency; small business entrepreneur; born in Taipei, Taiwan, a daughter of Bao-Lin and Nai-In Lueh Jan.
Chris J. Frogley, 36, assigned to the Belgium Brussels Mission; Davenport Ward, Davenport Iowa Stake; high councilor; former high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop, branch president and counselor, elders quorum president and ward executive secretary; served in the France Switzerland Mission, 1974-75; chiropractic clinic owner; received doctor of chiropractic degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic; born in Salina, Kan., a son of Henry Ronald and Donna Lee Woodland Frogley; married Sharol Lynn Harrison; three children. She is a counselor in the stake Primary presidency, former Cub Scout den mother, ward Relief Society chorister, counselor in ward Young Women presidency, visiting teaching supervisor, Primary pianist, choir accompanist, Relief Society homemaking counselor, and Primary teacher; pianist and voice/piano teacher; received associate degree at BYU; born in Seattle, Wash., a daughter of Dale Andrew and Venna Dunkley Harrison.
Warren R. Jones, 53, assigned to the Singapore Mission; Lagos 5th Branch, Lagos Nigeria District, Nigeria Lagos Mission; district councilor, former mission president's counselor, stake president, bishop, district president's counselor, and branch president's counselor; project coordinator with Centers for Disease Control; born in Salt Lake City, Utah, a son of Warren Ray and Elizabeth Madge Bundy Jones; married Rebecca Lunt; four children. She is a branch music director, former seminary teacher, branch Relief Society president, counselor and spiritual living teacher; home instructor of English as a second language; born in Provo, Utah, a daughter of Max Naegle and Kathryn Dixon Lunt.
Thomas Reed Murray, 66, assigned to the Missouri Independence Mission; missionary in the Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Mission; former stake president's counselor, in the Irvine California Stake, high councilor, stake executive secretary, bishop and high priests group leader; retired engineering manager with aircraft company; received bachelor's degree from University of New Mexico, two master's degrees from Stanford University; born in Logan, Utah, a son of Thomas Bailey and Modena Affleck Murray; married Elaine Marshall; six children. She is a missionary in the Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Mission, former stake Young Women board member, stake Relief Society president, stake Relief Society education counselor, stake Relief Society board member and ward Relief Society president; teacher for University of California Extension Service; received bachelor's degree from San Jose State University and master's degree from California State University at Fullerton; born in Heiner, Utah, a daughter of William Elias and Irene Jones Marshall.