The First Presidency has announced the calling of two more mission presidents. They and their wives will begin their service about July 1. Those called are:

Larry K. Brown, 53, assigned to the Kenya Nairobi Mission; Mbabane Branch, Swaziland District of Benoni South Africa Stake; high councilor, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake executive secretary, bishop and counselor, high priest group leader, branch president and counselor, Young Men counselor, seminary teacher, stake missionary; technical officer for disease control center; received bachelor's degree from California State College and master's of public administration from University of Alaska; born in Salt Lake City, Utah, a son of Burl Armond and E. Lavon Burningham Brown; married Alice Drue Berrett; seven children. She is a Sunday School teacher and organist, former stake Young Women counselor, Primary president, Young Women counselor, Relief Society president and counselor, Primary and Relief Society teacher; secretary to deputy chief of mission, American Embassy in Mbabane, Swaziland; attended Ricks College; born in Menan, Idaho, a daughter of William Theodore and Harriet Smith Ballif Berrett.Larry R. White, 43, assigned to the Thailand Bangkok Mission; Monument Park 15th Ward, Salt Lake Monument Park Stake; counselor in Chinese Branch in University 1st Stake; former bishop and counselor, ward mission leader, Sunday School president and teacher; served in Southern Far East Mission, 1966-69; attorney; received bachelor's degree from University of Oregon, juris doctorate from University of Utah; born in Medford, Ore., a son of Carrol Neil and Mary Ellen Golden White; married Janice Kay Crawford; six children. She is a Primary counselor, former Primary secretary, Relief Society president and counselor, Sunday School teacher, Primary teacher, Young Women's president; received bachelor's degree from University of Oregon; born in Portland, Ore., a daughter of Harley William and Trudie Margarete Baumann Rigdon Crawford.