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New stake presidencies

A new stake has been created in the Philippines.

The Burgos Philippines Stake, which includes the Aurora, Burgos 1st and 2nd, Caliguian, Catabban, Roxas Isabela 1st and 2nd and San Pedro Roxas wards and Dagupan Tabu, Gamu and San Manuel Isabela branches, has been created by Elder Angel Abrea of the Seventy.

Elsewhere, stakes have been reorganized in Brazil, El Salvador and Mexico, and in California, Hawaii, Idaho, Utah and Virginia.

NEW STAKE

BURGOS PHILIPPINES STAKE: (May 20, 2001) Created from the Roxas Isabela Philippines District. President — Rogelio S. Martin, 36, driver for Mayontoc Sawmill; wife, Myrna Ignacio Martin. Counselors — Manolito L. Saddul, 37, supervisor for AM Creofe Prints; wife, Aida Garroyillas Bundang Saddul. Delson R. Nagum, 39, branch manager for Ropali Trading; wife, Regiecyn Verdadero Nagum.

STAKE REORGANIZATIONS

ANNANDALE VIRGINIA STAKE: (May 20, 2001) President — Erick R. Erickson, 52, vice president of U.S. Grains Council; succeeding S. Paul Carpenter; wife, Joyce Kelly Erickson. Counselors — Joseph D. Evans, 54, attorney and partner of Crowell & Moring LLP; wife, Tanya Lee Collins Evans. Donald B. Weber, 54, attorney for Department of Veterans AFFS; wife, Marie-France Deredec Weber.

BURLEY IDAHO STAKE: (May 20, 2001) President — Larry D. Gerratt, 62, self-employed farmer; succeeding Steven A. Tuft; wife, Barbara Ann Garner Gerratt. Counselors — Derlin C. Taylor, 49, self-employed in insurance; wife, Nancy Clark Taylor. Galan M. Rogers, 52, facilities manager for Amalgamated Sugar Co.; wife, Lorraine Shaw Rogers.

KANEOHE HAWAII STAKE: (May 20, 2001) President — Scott D. Whiting, 40, president and chief executive officer for Molokai Ranch; succeeding James E. Hallstrom Jr.; wife, Jeri Lin Olson Whiting. Counselors — Patrick K. Kanekoa, 58, president of Pacific Mech. Co. Inc.; wife, Elizabeth Paulani Leong Kanekoa. Robert K. Uyehara, 68, retired from U.S. Army; wife, Margaret Kahailani Kahuena.

PAROWAN UTAH STAKE: (May 20, 2001) President — Douglas G. Vincent, 57, postmaster for U.S. Postal Service; succeeding Ronald K. Smith; wife, Donnett LaRue Johnson Vincent. Counselors — David P. Hamilton, 41, retail grocery store owner and operator of M & D Foodtown; wife, Carolyn Crisp Hamilton. Wayne C. Townsend, 54, Parowan City Police Chief; wife, Valerie Carole Bassett Townsend.

POZA RICA MEXICO PALMAS STAKE: (May 20, 2001) President — Maurilio Hernandez R., 48, teacher; succeeding Luis Fausto Camarillo Hernandez; wife, Guillermina Paez C. de Hernandez. Counselors — Eleazar Huesca R., 33, consultant for Church area office; wife, Ana Maria Lima Z. de Huesca. Miguel Angel Santiago C., 30, teacher; wife, Amalia Ugalde M. de Santiago.

ROCKLIN CALIFORNIA STAKE: (May 20, 2001) President — Michael T. Wells, 39, travel agency owner; succeeding J. Robert Jibson Jr.; wife, Kim Louise Rohde Wells. Counselors — Michael E. Tidwell, 47, finance director for AKT Development; wife, Donna Marie Morrish Tidwell. Richard W. Linn, 43, vice president Vectorex Corporation; wife, Janet Marie Alvey Linn.

SANTA ANA EL SALVADOR MOLINO STAKE: (May 6, 2001) President — Saul Edgardo Pena U., 29, self-employed businessman; succeeding Carlos Alfonso H.; wife, Giovana Elizabeth Giron L. de Pena. Counselors — Jose Roberto Carecamo L., 36, works for government in statistical auxiliary; wife, Emma Isabel Osorio F. de Carecamo. Jose Salvador Martinez L., 28, employed in purchasing and maintenance for IMACASA; wife, Victoria Yanira Lima L. de Martinez.

SAO PAULO BRAZIL MOGI DAS CRUZES STAKE: (May 20, 2001) President — Carlos Eduardo Dos Santos, 36, contractor; succeeding Gilberto Vicente da Silva; wife, Roja Jesus de Santos. Counselors — Antonio Bernanac da Silva, 35, technician inspector for Black & Decker; wife, Patricia Peticou Destro da Silva. Antonio Aparecido Silva, 39, economics analyst; wife, Elaine Lane Pereira Silva.