Grant Gunnell, 76, Holmes Park Ward, Mesa Arizona Kimball East Stake; called as president of the new Accra Ghana Temple. President Gunnell's wife, Alice Petersen Gunnell, will serve as temple matron. President Gunnell is a former Ghana Accra Mission president, stake president and counselor, bishop and elders quorum president. He is a retired land owner and developer. He was born in Howell, Utah, to Charles Brown and Myrtle Rebecca Cutler Gunnell.
Sister Gunnell, who served with her husband while he was a mission president, is a former counselor to the president of Relief Society, Young Women and Primary. She was born in Ferron, Utah, to Wilford Christen and Lillian Foote Petersen.
Do Whan Lee, 65, Balsan Ward, Seoul Korea Kangseo Stake; called as president of the Seoul Korea Temple; succeeding President Ronald Kalmar Nielsen. President Lee's wife, Jai Sook Kim, will serve as temple matron. President Lee is a former temple ordinance worker, mission president, stake president, high councilor and bishop. He retired from the Church Educational System. He was born in Kyoungnam, South Korea, to Sang Bum and Sang Moon Lee.
Sister Kim is a former temple ordinance worker and stake and ward Relief Society and Primary president. She was born in Pyung Yang, North Korea, to So Hwan Kim and Nak Yoon Choi.
Walter Guedes de Queiroz, 73, So Paulo 7th Ward, So Paulo Brazil Piratininga Stake; called as president of the Porto Alegre Brazil Temple; succeeding President Lynn Andrew Sorensen. President Queiroz's wife, Neide Satico Ito de Queiroz, will serve as temple matron. President Queiroz is a former mission president, regional representative, stake president, high councilor and bishop. He is retired. He was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Florencio Lima and Maria Jose Guedes de Queiroz.
Sister Queiroz is a former stake and ward Primary president, stake Relief Society president's counselor and ward Relief Society and Young Women president. She was born in Itapetininga, Brazil, to Kiyoshi and Cereja Ito.