Eight more mission presidents have been called by the First Presidency. The mission presidents and their wives will begin their service about July 1. Their assignments will be announced later. The new mission presidents are:

James D. Campbell, 51, Carbonville Ward, Helper Utah Stake; high councilor; former stake president, stake missionary, bishop and counselor, deacons quorum adviser, and missionary in the Brazilian Mission; area director for the Church Educational System; attended Dixie College, received bachelor's degree in history and master's degree in education administration from BYU; born in Pioche, Nev., to Linwood Wilkes and Erma Crook Campbell; married Bonnie Eksund, 10 children. She is stake Primary president; former stake Relief Society secretary, counselor in ward Young Women presidency and in Primary presidency, Primary music leader, and Relief Society teacher; attended Dixie College and BYU; born in Roosevelt, Utah, to Ronald Arne and Lura Melba Hoopes Eksund.Marc E. Hall, 59, Carmichael Ward, Carmichael California Stake; former country director for Church Humanitarian Services in the Thailand Bangkok Mission, stake president and counselor, stake executive secretary, bishop, Sunday School teacher, missionary with his wife in the Russia Moscow Mission, and missionary in the Eastern States Mission; former president of Cosumnes River College in Sacramento, Calif.; received bachelor's degree in history and accounting from BYU, master's degree in social foundations of education, and doctorate in higher education organization and administration from the University of California, Berkeley; born in Driggs, Idaho, to Hyrum Earl and Myrtle Naomi Marcum Hall; married Cherylee Green, six children. She is a former missionary with her husband in the Thailand Bangkok Mission and the Russia Moscow Mission, seminary teacher, ward Young Women president, and counselor in Relief Society presidency; attended BYU and American River College; born in Driggs, Idaho, to Thomas Carlyle and Kate Mace Waddell Green.

James D. Hart, 60, Woodinville 4th Ward, Bothell Washington Stake; institute instructor; former counselor in stake presidency, high councilor, bishop, high priests group leader, Sunday School teacher, and missionary in the Canadian Mission; president of Northwest Hospital in Seattle, Wash.; received bachelor's degree and master's degree in public administration from BYU, and master's degree in hospital administration from the University of Minnesota; born in Santa Barbara, Calif., to David F. and Dale Davis Hart; married Sandra Schofield, five children. She is an institute instructor; former counselor in stake Relief Society presidency, ward Relief Society president and counselor, Young Women president, counselor in Primary presidency, and Primary teacher; received bachelor's degree in medical technology from BYU; born in Provo, Utah, to Jay Dean and Aida Thurgood Schofield.

Robert M. Johns, 55, Union 5th Ward, Sandy Utah Cottonwood Creek Stake; Young Adult adviser; former stake executive secretary, high councilor, member of stake mission presidency, bishop, and teachers quorum adviser; co-owner of Rogers and Johns Sales; received bachelor's degree in psychology from BYU; born in Los Angeles, Calif., to Bernard William and Elizabeth Jane Sorensen Johns; married Sharon Andersen, eight children. She is Young Adult adviser; former member of stake Relief Society presidency, ward Young Women president and Laurel adviser, member of Primary presidency and of Relief Society presidency, and Sunday School teacher; attended BYU; born in Salt Lake City to Lawrence Gearhart and Maxine Johnson Andersen.

Paul W. Mendenhall, 67, Alpine 10th Ward, Alpine Utah Stake; counselor in stake presidency; former high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop, ward Young Men president, and Sunday School teacher; real estate developer; received bachelor's degree in business, finance and banking from BYU; born in Mapleton, Utah, to Wendell B. and Wealtha Spafford Mendenhall; married Lenore Vandenberg, four children. She is a Primary teacher; former stake Relief Society president and counselor, ward Relief Society president and counselor, Young Women president, Primary and Young Women teacher; received bachelor's degree in elementary education from BYU; born in Ogden, Utah, to John H. and Ariena Stok Vandenberg.

Jack M. Peck, 57, South Jordan 2nd Ward, South Jordan Utah Stake; former counselor in stake presidency, stake executive secretary, counselor in bishopric, high priests group leader, Scout committee member, and Sunday School teacher; former general business manager for PacifiCorp-Utah Power; attended University of Utah and University of Wisconsin, received bachelor's degree in business from Westminster College; born in Los Angeles, Calif., to Solomon Jackson and Beatrice Leona Robinson Peck; married Sherry Pike, five children. She is Laurel adviser; former stake Young Women director and Beehive adviser, ward Relief Society secretary, Relief Society spiritual living leader, and Beehive adviser; attended the University of Utah; born in Brigham City, Utah, to John Alexander and Zella Hurd Pike.

H. Clifford Potter, 47, Academy Ward, Colorado Springs Colorado North Stake; stake president; former counselor in stake presidency, high councilor, elders quorum president, Sunday School teacher, and missionary in the Washington Mission; attorney; received bachelor's degree in political science and juris doctorate from BYU; born in Gary, Ind., to Harold L. and Beth Jenkins Potter; married Priscilla McPheeters, five children. She is a counselor in the ward Young Women presidency; former counselor in ward Relief Society presidency and in Primary presidency, and Sunday School teacher; attended BYU; born in Fresno, Calif., to James Elbert and Virginia May Crockett McPheeters.

Robert A. Sharp, 54, San Diego 8th Ward, San Diego California Stake; stake mission president and Sunday School teacher; former counselor in stake presidency, high councilor, bishop and counselor, elders quorum president, and missionary in the North British Mission; president and partner with Sharp, Thunstrom & Batson; received bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Utah, and master's degree in business from BYU; born in Salt Lake City to Frank Robinson and Dorothy White Sharp; married Christine Price, six children. She is Relief Society teacher; former Young Women president, counselor in Relief Society presidency, Beehive adviser, and Primary chorister; received bachelor's degree in elementary education from BYU; born in San Diego, Calif., to David Sherman and Muriel Tenney Price.