A History of Stakes in Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador

History of Stakes in Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador

December 10, 1988

Otavalo, Ecuador



August 15, 1992

Elsewhere, stakes were reorganized in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Philippines and Venezuela.





P1 Lima, Lima Peru, Lima Peru Limatambo

Peru Stake Created

LIMA STAKE

The new Lima Stake was organized in Lima Peru, Feb. 22, under the direction of Elder Gordon B. Hinckley of the Council of the Twelve, assisted by Elder A. Theodore Tuttle of the First Council of the Seventy.

The 4,101 members of the new stake are divided into seven wards and three branches; Lima wards numbered I through VII and the Los Laureles, San Juan and Lima Central branches.

Roberto Vidal, former counselor in the mission presidency, was installed as president with Quiroz Jose Armando Sousa and Harold Morgan Rex as counselors.

President Vidal was born September 7, 1925 in Lima, a son of Carlos Vidal and Victoria de la Haza. He married Elizabeth Brain of Lima and they have seven children.

He has served as a bishop, district president, and a counselor to four mission presidents. He is employed as assistant manger of the Banco Continental in Lima.

President Sousa was born December 11, 1937 in Lima, a son of Casanova Armando Sousa and Maria Quiroz Sals. He married Sara Gonzalez of Pueblo Libre and they have three children.

He has served as a counselor in two districts of the mission and as a counselor in the Andes Mission Presidency. He is a mining engineer.

President Rex was born July 24, 1915 in Randolph, Utah to Percy H. and Bessie Morgan Rex. He married Diana Haycock of Salt Lake City and they are the parents of five children.

He served as a missionary to Brazil in 1936-38 and subsequently as mission presidetn to Brazil, as well as a counselor in the Andes Mission Presidency and in the Lima East District.

He was graduated from the George Washington University and the University of Utah and is now employed by the United States government in the agency for international development in Peru.

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Name changed to Lima Peru 14 Jan 1974

Name changed to Lima Peru Limatambo 21 Nov 1976

The continually explosive growth of the Church in South America was evident in recent weeks with the division of several stakes and the creation of four new stakes and wards in Peru and Chile. . . .

Elder Bruce R. McConkie of the Council of the Twelve presided at the stake conferences in Lima, Peru, Mov. 21 and in Santiago and Vina del Mar Chile, Nov 28, during which the changes took place.

In Peru, four stakes were created from the existing Lima Peru and Lima Peru West stakes. The two new stakes are the Lima Peru Lamanite Stake and the Lima Peru Central Stake. The parent stakes, whose names were changed, are the Lima Peru Limatambo Stake and the Lima Peru Magdalena Stake.

Elder Roberto Vidal, Regional Representative of the Twelve, assisted Elder McConkie in these actions.

LIMA PERU LIMATAMBO STAKE

Pres. G. Mario Perotti, formerly the president of the Lima Peru Stake, was sustained as president of the Lima Peru Limatambo Stake.

Sustained as his new counselors were Jorge Alberto Ramirez D. and Allan k.

The stake now consists of the Milaflores, (formerly Lima 1st), Surquillo (formerly Miraflores), Barranco, Chorrillos, San Juan (formerly San Juann 1st) and Villa Maria (formerly San Juan 2nd) wards and the La Campina, Nueva Esperanza and Chaclacayo branches.

Pres. Ramirez, 55, was born in Lima Peru. He is a convert to the Church and was baptized Nov. 24, 1965, in Lima. He married Emperatriz C. Azpiloueta Jan. 2, 1948, and they are parents of 10 children. Pres. Ramirez, an electrician, served as a bishop, district president's counselor, district president and high councilor.

LIMA PERU LIMATAMBO STAKE

Philippe Jacques Kradolfer was sustained as president of the Lima Peru Limatambo Stake Aug. 13 [1978]. He succeeds Pres. Mario Perotti, who was recently called as a Regional Representative.

Ernesto A. Cahua and Jorge Salazar were sustained as counselors.

Elder Gene R. Cook of the First Quorum of the Seventy presided at the stake conference. He was assisted by Robert Vidal, Regional Representative. Pres. Kradolfer, 26, is a convert to the Church and was baptized Dec. 7, 1974, in Wadenswil, Switzerland. He is manager of a peanut butter and roasted peanuts factory and served as a Sunday school president's counselor and bishop.

Pres. Cahua, 38, an accountant, was a high councilor and stake president's counselor. A convert, he joined the Church April 25, 1975, in Lima.

Pres. Salazar, 35, is a convert and joined the Church March 17, 1963, in Lima. A social worker for the city of Lima, he served as a bishop's counselor, stake executive secretary, high councilor and bishop.

LIMA PERU LIMATAMBO STAKE (September 16, 1979). President- Oscar Aguayo, 40, manager of a firm that imports iron works. Retained as counselors- Ernesto Cahua and Vance C. Pace.

LIMA PERU LIMATAMBO STAKE (March 19, 1980). President - Jose M. Ocamp, 36, businessman, former high councilor. Retained as first counselor - Ernesto A. Chaua. New second counselor -Hugo R. Torres, 44, factory administrator, former high councilor.

LIMA PERU LIMATAMBO STAKE (March 16, 1986) President- Hugh Raul Torres, 50, chief in mechanical repair shop, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and b. Counselors- Norman Loayza, 46, accounting and budget specialist at church area office, former stake president's counselor and high councilor, Luis Elguera, 29, business machines repairman, former high councilor, elders' quorum president and young men's president.

LIMA PERU LIMATAMBO STAKE: (April 16, 1995) President - Alejandro Julian Llanos Morales, 59, retired police investigator; succeeding Hugo Raul Torres

Urresti; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop's counselor, and ward mission leader, married Maria Eugenia Gonzales Mendez. Counselors -

Jorge Morales Nieto, 36, support technician manager for Banco Industrial of Peru, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop's counselor,

married Susana Jacinta de Morales Gutierrez Delgado; Jose Soto Patino, 32, accountant for Church area office, former stake finance clerk, bishop, ward finance

clerk, Sunday School teacher, and seminary teacher, married Giovanna Ines Morales Reinaso.

LIMA PERU LIMATAMBO STAKE: (March 24, 1996) President - Jorge Carlos Morales N., 37, special systems agent for Wiese Bank; succeeding Alejandro

Julian Llanos Morales; wife, Susana Jacinta Gutterrez D. de Morales. Counselors - Jose William Veliz C., 37, assistant administrator for Missionary Training Center

in Lima; wife, Rita Chipco S. de Veliz. Jorge Enrique Ivan Morales G., 46, professor at Gamor; wife, Flor Adela Alzamora A. de Morales.



P2 Lima Peru West, Lima Peru Magdalena

New Stake Formed In South America (Jan. 25, 1975 p. 7)

LIMA PERU WEST STAKE

Pres. Manuel Paredes L., executive secretary of the Lima Peru Stake, is the president of the new Lima Peru West Stake.

The stake was organized Dec. 1, 1974 by Elder Boyd K. Packer of the Council of the Twelve, assisted by Elder Robert H. Burton, Regional Representative of the Twelve.

Pres. Paredes called as his counselors Pres. Isaias Romulo Bravo L., a Lima dentist, and Pres. Juan Jose Joo C., an employee of the ministry of industry.

Pres. Guillermo Mario Perotti was retained as president of the original stake.

There are about 2,000 members in the new stake living in the Lima 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th, and 8th wards, the Callao Ward and the Comas 1st and 2nd branches and the Tahuantinsuyo Branch.

Pres. Paredes is a native of Lima and was born June 14, 1927 to Jorge and Celia Lopez Paredes. He married Virginia Usca of Lima Nov. 30, 1964, and they are the parents of two daughters.

He has served as a bishop, district president and counselor in the district presidency. He is a treasurer for a city department.

Pres. Bravo was born in Cerro de Pasco, Peru July 6, 1925 to Adrian D. and Rosa N. Llanos Bravo. He married Buenaventura Maguina in Magdalena, Peru, Feb. 11, 1967. They have one son and two daughters.

He has served as a bishop, district president and as a counselor in the Peru Lima Mission presidency.

Pres. Joo has served in ward and priesthood offices since his baptism Oct. 28, 1972.

He was born in Lima Aug. 6, 1946, a son of Juan and Hermelinda Carrillo Joo. His wife is the former Dora Leoner Menacho, and they were married May 24, 1969. They have a daughter.

Name changed to Lima Peru Magdalena 21 Nov 1976

The continually explosive growth of the Church in South America was evident in recent weeks with the division of several stakes and the creation of four new stakes and wards in Peru and Chile. . . .

Elder Bruce R. McConkie of the Council of the Twelve presided at the stake conferences in Lima, Peru, Mov. 21 and in Santiago and Vina del Mar Chile, Nov 28, during which the changes took place.

In Peru, four stakes were created from the existing Lima Peru and Lima Peru West stakes. The two new stakes are the Lima Peru Lamanite Stake and the Lima Peru Central Stake. The parent stakes, whose names were changed, are the Lima Peru Limatambo Stake and the Lima Peru Magdalena Stake.

Elder Roberto Vidal, Regional Representative of the Twelve, assisted Elder McConkie in these actions.

LIMA PERU MAGDELENA STAKE

Pres. Manuel Paredes Lopez, formerly the president of the Lima Peru West Stake, was sustained as president of the Lima Peru Magdelana Stake, and Isaias Romuluo Bravo L. and Juan Jose Joo C. were retained as his counselors.

That stake now consists of the Pueblo Libre (formerly Lima 2nd), Magdalena (formerly Lima 4th), Elio (formerly Lima 5th), Callao and Maranga wards and the La Perla Branch.

LIMA PERU MAGDALENA STAKE (September 16, 1979) President -Romulo J. Casos, 36, associate area director for the Church educational system, former counselor to a stake president. Counselors- Elias Cuadros, 54, bus driver, former high councilor; Juan Uceda, 26, regional coordinator for Church educational system, former high councilor.

LIMA PERU MAGDALENA STAKE: (Jan. 20, 1991) President - Juan Jose Joo Carrillo, 44, succeeding Juan Alberto Uceda Andrade; government planner,

former temple sealer, stake president's counselor and bishop, married Dora Menacho. Counselors - Jose Carlos Aleson Perez, 30, administrator, former high

councilor, bishop's counselor and elders quorum president, married Jacqueline Ponce; Elias Cuadros Trigoso, 65, former stake president's counselor, high councilor,

bishop and branch president, married Justa Juana Salas Rodriguez.



P3 Lima Peru Central.

The continually explosive growth of the Church in South America was evident in recent weeks with the division of several stakes and the creation of four new stakes and wards in Peru and Chile. . . .

Elder Bruce R. McConkie of the Council of the Twelve presided at the stake conferences in Lima, Peru, Nov. 21 and in Santiago and Vina del Mar Chile, Nov 28, during which the changes took place.

In Peru, four stakes were created from the existing Lima Peru and Lima Peru West stakes. The two new stakes are the Lima Peru Lamanite Stake and the Lima Peru Central Stake. The parent stakes, whose names were changed, are the Lima Peru Limatambo Stake and the Lima Peru Magdalena Stake.

Elder Roberto Vidal, Regional Representative of the Twelve, assisted Elder McConkie in these actions.

LIMA PERU CENTRAL STAKE

Oscar H. Aguayo was sustained as president of the new Lima Peru Central Stake, and Jose Manual Perez O. and Claudio Robles V. were sustained as his counselors. The wards and branches in the new stake include the San Isidro (formerly Lima 3rd), La Victoria (formerly Lima 6th), San Luis, (formerly Lima 9th), Santa Beatriz (formerly Lima 10th), Central and Rimac wards, and the Zarata Branch.

Pres. Aguayo, 37, was born in Chiclayo, Peru. He is a convert to the Church and was baptized Sept. 10, 1971, in Lima. He married Rita Cordara in April 1975, in the Salt Lake Temple. They have four children. The new stake president, the general manager of a firm, was a ward Sunday School president, stake Sunday School president, bishop and stake president's counselor.

Pres. Perez, 32, was born in Cuzco, Peru. A convert ot the Church, he was baptized March 17, 1972, in Lima. He married Lucia B. Jimenez May 27, 1969, and they are parents of three children. He served as an elders quorum president, bishop's counselor, bishop and high councilor. He is an area director for the Church Department of Seminaries and Institutes.

Pres. Robles, 39, was born in Lima. He is also a convert and joined the Church May 6, 1972. He married his wife Haydee Jan. 18, 1963, and they have four children. His past positions include ward financial secretary and member of a stake financial committee. He is a government official in Lima.

LIMA PERU CENTRAL STAKE (September 16, 1979). President - Philippe Jacques Kradolfer, 28, manager of a peanut butter and roasted peanuts factory, former president of the Lima Peru Limatambo stake. Counselors- Hector Noe Garcia, 33, regional coordinator for the Church educational system , former high councilor; Carl Barton Pratt, 37, attorney and full-time Church legal counselor for Andean Area, former counselor to a bishop.

LIMA PERU CENTRAL STAKE (September 11, 1983) President-Miguel Fernando Rojas Alvarez, 28, personnel department manager and regional supervisor, former bishop and branch president. Counselors-Carlos Francisco Blaz Zavaleta and Segundo Cesar Diaz Cubas.

LIMA PERU CENTRAL STAKE: (Jan. 31, 1988) President - Carlos Alfredo Cuba, 40, purchasing supervisor for the Church, former stake president's counselor,

bishop, elders quorum president and counselor. Counselors - Adrian Romero, 36, technical assessor in operations and maintenance for the Church, former bishop

and counselor, seminary teacher, and ward Young Men president; Hildebrando Zavaleta, 43, education professor, former bishop, branch president, institute of

religion teacher, and Sunday School teacher.

LIMA PERU CENTRAL STAKE: (May 24, 1992) President - Bernardo Palacios Ayauja, 50, textile factory technician, succeeding Carlos Alfredo Cuba

Quintana; former stake president, bishop, and ward mission leader, married Ricardina Baca Aguilar. Counselors - Jorge Morales Nieto, 25, systems manager,

former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and ward clerk, married Susana Gutierrez Delgado; Antonio Manuel Chaico Zapata, 35, chief of finance administration for

corporation, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and elders quorum president's counselor, married Rosa Elvira Torres Espino.



P4 Lima Peru Lamanita

The continually explosive growth of the Church in South America was evident in recent weeks with the division of several stakes and the creation of four new stakes and wards in Peru and Chile. . . .

Elder Bruce R. McConkie of the Council of the Twelve presided at the stake conferences in Lima, Peru, Nov. 21 and in Santiago and Vina del Mar Chile, Nov 28, during which the changes took place.

In Peru, four stakes were created from the existing Lima Peru and Lima Peru West stakes. The two new stakes are the Lima Peru Lamanite Stake and the Lima Peru Central Stake. The parent stakes, whose names were changed, are the Lima Peru Limatambo Stake and the Lima Peru Magdalena Stake.

Elder Roberto Vidal, Regional Representative of the Twelve, assisted Elder McConkie in these actions.

LIMA PERU LAMANITE STAKE

Rafael de la Cruz was sustained as president of the new Lima Peru Lamanite Stake and Maximo Garcia and Rene Loli were sustained as his counselors.

The stake consists of the San Martin 1st (formerly Lima 7th), San Martin 2nd (formerly Lima 8th), Comas 2nd and Tahuantinsuyo wards and the Comas 1st Branch.

Pres. de la Cruz, 31, was born in Lima, Peru. A convert to the Church, he was baptized July 26, 1969. He married Sonia Moreira March 26, 1975, and they have one child. The new stake president served as a brancyh president, district counselor and high councilor.

Pres. Garcia, 32, was born in Puquio, Peru. Also a convert, he joined the Church Aug. 3, 1963, in Rama Ica, Peru. He married Hilda Rosa Alban Dec. 13, 1974. They have two children. Pres. Garcia, a printing instructor, was a branch president, district councilor, district president's counselor and bishop's counselor.

Pres. Loli, 27, was born in San Juan de Lucanas, Peru. He is a convert who joined the Church April 1, 1972, in Lima. The new second counselor, who is single, served as a branch president's counselor, supervisor for seminaries and institutes and stake Aaronic Priesthood director. He is a sales agent.

LIMA PERU LAMANITA STAKE (September 16, 1979). Retained as president - Rafael De La Cruz. New counselors-Jaime Mejia, 40, electrical engineer, former high councilor; Grover Pinto, 31, employee of the Church educational system, former high councilor.

LIMA PERU LAMANITA STAKE(May 18, 1986) President - Albino Isidro Chagua, 38, owner and manager of freight transport business, former high councilor and branch president. Counselors- Santiago Quiroz, 51, employee of Peru Ministry of the Interior (state department), former high councilor, branch president, bymp, and elders' quorum president's counselor; Pedro Reeves, 54, employee of department of press and publications for Peru Civil Guard, former high councilor and elders' quorum president.

LIMA PERU LAMANITA STAKE: (Jan. 30, 1988) President - Pedro Reyes, 55, police officer, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, branch

president, and elders quorum president. Counselors - Leon Rojas Teofilo, 50, military college professor, former high councilor, bishop and counselor; Juan Maurilo

Leon, 57, bank training director, former bishop, branch president and counselor, elders quorum president, and Sunday School teacher.

LIMA PERU LAMANITA STAKE (January 28, 1990) President-Marino Zosima Robles C., 31, salesman, succeeding Pedro Reyes Blas; former high councilor, bishop's counselor, young men's president, and Elder's quorum president, married Clorinda Ticona M. Counselors- Teofilo Leon R., college professor, former High Councilor, bishop and counselor, and High Priests group leader, married Marcelina Alejandra Ponce C.; Ricardo Cavero P., 31 service company representative, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, young adults representative and priests quorum adviser, married Mercedes Huertas C.

LIMA PERU LAMANITA STAKE: (May 18, 1997) President - Marino Zosimo Robles Cuya, retained. Counselors - Edgard Jacinto Huaman Espinal, retained.

Hector Porfirio Boza S., 28, chauffeur and salesman for Sanchui Korea; wife, Endocia Mestanza L. de Boza.

LIMA PERU LAMANITA STAKE: (May 23, 1999) President -- Edgard Jacinto Huaman E., 32, secretary for Church Educational System; succeeding M.

Zosimo Robles Cuya; wife, Azucena del Pilar Bocanegra G. de Huaman. Counselors -- Hector Porfirio Boza J., 30, taxi driver; wife, Eudocia Mestanza L. de

Boza. Clemente Leon Q., 51, small business owner; wife, Georgina Imelda Caya A. de Leon.



DP1 Trujillo Peru, Trujillo Peru North

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Created 22 Jan 1978; Teofilo Puertas Vega

TRUJILLO PERU STAKE (March 23, 1980) Retained as president -Teofilo Puertas. New counselors- Victor M. Guerrero, 43, former high councilor; Manuel J. Catillo, 42, furniture maker, former high councilor.

Name changed to Trujillo Peru North 19 August 1984.

TRUJILLO PERU NORTH STAKE (Feb 8, 1987) Pedro Gerardo Rodriguez Herrera, 37, owner of fishery sales company, former mission president's counselor, stake presidents's counselor and a high councilor. Counselors-Juan Miguel Portilla Moreno, 34, electrical maintenance worker in water department, former Stake President's Counselor, High Councilor, Stake Clerk, and Branch President; Julio Arturo Leiva Ponce, 28, engineering student, businessman, former high councilor, bishop and counselor (5/7/87).

TRUJILLO PERU NORTH STAKE: (Aug. 14, 1994) President - Juan Miguel Portilla Moreno, 42, maintenance department supervisor; succeeding Pedro

Gerardo Rodriguez Herrera; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake clerk, and branch president, married Carmen Elizabeth Pulido Rodriguez.

Counselors - Juan Rodriguez Quispe, 44, independent worker, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake mission president, bishop's counselor, and

elders quorum president, married Petronila Tesen Aldana; Danilo Edwards Mendoza Moreno, 28, administrative assistant, former bishop, ward mission leader,

elders quorum president, and Young Men president, married Angelica Maria Mata Perez.

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E1 Guayaquil Ecuador, Guayaquil Ecuador West, Guayaquil Ecuador El Salado

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR STAKE

The Guayaquil Ecuador Stake, the first stake to be formed in that country, was organized June 4 [1978], with Lorenzo A. Garaycoa as president.

Carlos H. Montalvan and Ramon A. Verduga were sustained as counselors.

Elder Mark E. Petersen of the Council of the Twelve presided at the stake conference.

The new stake, poulation 3,415, was formed from the Ecuador Quito Mission. It consists of the Centenario, Guayaquil Central, Guayaquil Sur, Guayaquil Norte and Letamendi wards and the La Chala, Atarazana and Garay branches.

In Septermber 1965, President Spencer W. Kimball, then a member of the Council of the Twelve, wrote to Pres. J. Avril Jesperson of the Andes Mission, and recommended that the mission be opened in Ecuador.

Two elders began proselyting in Quito a few weeks later. The mission history recorded Oct. 8, 1965, as "one of the greatest days ever spent . . . a glorious time."

Ten years later, Church membership in Ecuador was recorded at 3,226. Today, hundreds of young people are enrolled in seminary and institute classes and several chapels have been built in the country.

Pres. Garaycoa, 28, a phsician, served as an elders quorum president, Sunday School president, Young men's president's counselor, and district counselor.

Pres. Montalvan, 25, served as a Young men's president, and branch president's counselor. He is a pharmaceutical salesman.

Pres. Verduga, 31, is an architect and served as a branch financial secretary, elders' quorum instructor, branch president's counselor and district counselor.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR STAKE (March 16, 1980). President - Vincente de la Cuadra, 37, civil engineer, former president of the Guayaquil Ecuador Centenario stake. Counselors- Jimmy W. Olvera, 27, salesman, former stake secretary; Luis A. Tamayo, 48, assistant manager of the Electric Co. of Ecuador, former Regional Representative.

Name changed to Guayaquil Ecuador West 22 Mar 1987.

A new stake was created in Guayaquil Ecuador, making a total of eleven in that nation and six in that city. Elder David B. Haight of the Council of the twelve presided over the createion of the stake, which has a membership of about 4800 and is comprised of the La Chala, Garay, Porvenir, Salado, Oriente, La Tola, and Portete wards.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR WEST STAKE (March 22, 1987) Created from the Guayaquil Ecuador Febres Stake. President -Luis Guillermo Granja, 51, foundry worker, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and ward sunday school president. Counselors- Fernando Cruz, 26, salesman, former stake president's counselor, bishop's counselor, and elders' quorum president's counselor; Jorge Betancourt, 40, architect, former bishop.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR WEST STAKE (April 30, 1989) President -Guillermo Granja, retained. Counselors-Fernando Cruz, retained, Pablo Jacinto Marquez C. , 28, accountant, former bishop's counselor, and ward executive secretary, married Gladys Esperanza Burgos T.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR WEST STAKE: (Aug. 18, 1991) President - Pablo Jacinto Marquez Cevallos, 30, accountant, succeeding Guillermo Granja; former

bishop and counselor, married Esperanza Gladys Buruos Garcia. Counselors - Carlos Luis Rivera Fuentes, 27, sales manager, former high councilor, ward executive

secretary, Sunday School president, and elders quorum instructor, married Rocio Elena Correa Orozco; Pedro Chavez Campos, 56, plumber, former bishop's

counselor and high priests group leader, married Marina Leon Castro.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR WEST STAKE: (July 30, 1995) President - Carlos Luis Riveria Fuentes, 31, merchant; succeeding Pablo Jacinto Marquez Cevallos;

former stake Sunday School president, married Rocio Elena Correa Orozco. Counselors - Jose Ubaldo Santillan Gamarra, 49, electrical construction technician,

former high councilor and bishop's counselor, married Betty Violeta Wong Mariduenas; Pedro Heriberto Chavez Campos, 60, plumber, former high councilor and

elders quorum president, married Moinus Antonia Leon Castro.

Name changed to Guayaquil Ecuador El Salado 11 Feb 1996.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR EL SALADO STAKE (FORMERLY GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR WEST STAKE): (Feb. 11, 1996) President - Carlos Luis Rivera

Fuentes, retained. Counselors - Jose Rolando Campoverde Q., 32, equipment inspector for Transmabo; wife, Susana Cruz L. de Campoverde. Pedro Heriberto

Chavez Campos, retained.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR EL SALADO STAKE: (Oct. 12, 1997) President - Luis Gilberto Mauret L., 37, assistant of maintenance and security for Ceti

Corporation; succeeding Carlos Luis Rivera Fuentes; wife, Teresita Magdalena Bajana R. de Mauret. Counselors - Jose Luis Saenz Q., 37, physician; wife, Grace

Elizabeth Badillo V. de Saenz. Carlos Enrique Toala C., 45, self-employed sales executive; wife, Blanca Flor Reyes P. de Toala.



B1 Santa Cruz Bolivia, Santa Cruz Bolivia Caņoto

The Santa Cruz Bolivia Stake, the first stake to be formed in that country, was organized Jan. 14 by President Ezra Taft Benson of the Council of the Twelve. (See story on President Benson's South American trip on page 3).

With the formation of this stake, there remain only four countries - Paraguay, Guyana, Surinam and French Guiana - in South America that do not have a stake headquarters within their boundaries.

A ban that forbade all non-Catholic religions existed in Bolivia for many years. In 1963, there were only a few families of American Mormons in the country. These people did much to acquaint local people with the gospel, and in 1964, the first full-time missionaries entered Bolivia from the Andes Mission.

The first baptisms occurred in December 1964, and by 1966, there were branches of the Church organized in Oruro and Santa Cruz. By 1968, there were about 350 members in Bolivia.

In 1972, the Church literacy program was organized in the country to teach illiterate members to read. This program brought much favorable publicity to the Church.

By mid-1978, there were 11,051 members in Bolivia.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA STAKE (14 Jan 1979) Formed from the Bolivia Santa Cruz Mission. President Noriharu Ishigaki Haraguichi, 33; Douglas Barrios, 50; Erwin Birnbaumer, 41, self-employed jeweler.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA INDEPENDENCIA [CAŅOTO] STAKE (February 15, 1981) President - Ruben Pena Cruz, 39, merchant, former counselor in mission and district presidencies. Counselors- Salomon Balderrama Guzman, age, profession unavailable, former bishop, elders' quorum president and Sunday school president; name and biographical information unavailable for second counselor.

Name changed to Santa Cruz Bolivia Caņoto 15 Feb 1981.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA CAŅOTO STAKE (February 18, 1990) President- Juan A. Garcia V., 39, civil engineer, succeeding Ruben Perta Cruz; former Stake President's Counselor, stake executive secretary, high councilor, and elders quorum president, married Susana Gutierrez Espinoza. Counselors-Rene Quespia C., 39, hairdresser, former Stake President's Counselor, Branch President's counselor, ward Sunday School President, and Elders Quorum President, Married Jenny Renata Sandy r.; Javier David Alvestegul B. 39, civil engineer, former High Councilor, Sunday School President, and Seventies Quorum President, married Telma Montero Franco.

Santa Cruz Bolivia Caņoto Stake (December 2, 1990) president- Juan Garcia Vargas, retained. Counselors - Ramiro Antelo Saenz, physician, former high councilor and bishop, and Sunday School President, married Elvira Avalos Sumoya; Ricardo Nina Quintana, 37, accountant, former high councilor and Sunday School President, married Consuelo Torayo Estrada.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA CANOTO STAKE: (June 19, 1994) President - Jose Cossio Catoira, 45, independent construction contractor; succeeding Ramiro

Antelo Saenz; former mission president's counselor, high councilor, stake Young Men president, and bishop, married Blanca Gema Landivar Polo. Counselors -

Gerardo Gutierrez Espinoza, 33, sales agent, former stake president's counselor, married Ernestina Torrigo Rojas; Luis Bernardo Gonzalez Ramos, 27, software

salesman, former stake finance clerk, and bishop, married Marlene Alba Rodriguez.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA CANOTO STAKE: (March 23, 1997) President - Luis Bernardo Gonzalez R., 30, systems analyst for Gobierno Municipal; succeeding

Jose Cossio Catoira; wife, Marlene Alba R. de Gonzalez. Counselors - Felide Jesus Rombero S., 33, accountant; wife, Mariola Ibanaz A. de Romero. Gerardo

Gutierrez E., 36, sales manager for Espintbol; wife, Ernestina Torrico R. de Gutierrez.



E2 Guayaquil Ecuador Centenario, Guayaquil Ecuador South

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR CENTENARIO STAKE (March 4, 1979). Formed from the Guayaquil Ecuador stake. President - Vincente de la Cuadra S., 36, construction engineer. Picture unavailable. Counselors- Fausto Montalvan, 27, field salesman for medical products; Ernesto Sanchez, 42, physician. (Information unavailable on former Church positions).

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR CENTENARIO STAKE (March 16, 1980). President - Fausto Montalvan, 27, pharmaceutical salesman, former branch president's counselor. Counselors- Nestor A. Sanchez, 43, physician, former high councilor; Jonas Hernandez, 43, owner of Taller Ebanisteria Modern Industries, former high councilor.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR CENTENARIO STAKE (January 11, 1981) President- Nestor Sanchez Bravo, 43, medical doctor, former high councilor and counselor in a stake presidency. Counselors- Vicente Vanegas and Gustavo Maruri, additional biographical information unavailable.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR CENTENARIO STAKE (June 17, 1984) President-Ramon R. Heredia Vallejo, 40, technical supervisor in a civil construction company, former bishop, bishop's counselor, and counselor in a sunday school presidency. Counselors- Francisco Vanegas Saņez, architect, former counselor in a stake presidency, bishop, and elders' quorum president; Jorge Humberto Villacio Guaranda, surgeon, former high councilor, stake clerk, and stake executive secretary.

Name changed to Guayaquil Ecuador South 22 Mar 1987.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR SOUTH STAKE (April 30, 1989) President - Jose Gabriel Alvarez Married., 29, store owner, succeeding Gonzalo Alvarado, former bishop and counselor, ward clerk, and elders' quorum president, married Maria del Pilar Rivera J. Counselors-Jorge Alberto Pimentel T., 36, self-employed, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and branch president's counselor, married Ruth Mendoza Z.,-Jose Eladio Paredes G., 40 electrical company employee, former stake mission president, bishop's counselor, elders' quorum president and Young Men's President, married Gladys Maritza Mariduena Dattus.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR SOUTH STAKE: (Dec. 15, 1991) President - Jose Eladio Paredes, 43, electrical utility section foreman, succeeding Jose Gabriel

Alvarez M.; former stake president's counselor, stake mission president, bishop's counselor, and elders quorum president, married Gladys Maritza Mariduena

Dattus. Counselors - Sofocles Moran Munoz, 30, company manager, former high councilor, bishop, branch president, and elders quorum president, married

Morante Solanda Piedrahita; David Hernando Solis Duarte, 39, machine operator, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, branch president, and

elders quorum president, married Blanca Azucena Intriago Onofre.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR SOUTH STAKE: (Dec. 6, 1992) President - David H. Solis Duarte, 40, mechanic, succeeding Jose Eladio Paredes G.; former stake

president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Blanca Intriago Onofre. Counselors - Roberto Olivares Castillo, 45, freelance

graphic artist, former bishop and counselor, married Carlota Francisca Vera Mendoza; Augusto R. Nunez Nunez, 33, sales specialist, former stake president, high

councilor, Sunday School teacher, married Judith de Nunez.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR SOUTH STAKE: (Dec. 10, 1995) President - Francisco Antonio Alvarado Cordova, 41, merchant; succeeding David Hernando Solis

Durate; former high councilor, stake clerk, stake Sunday School president, and Sunday School teacher, married Susana Consuelo Choez Zavala. Counselors - Elvis

Hernan Cadena Barzallo, 36, merchant and business owner, former bishop's counselor, and elders quorum president, married Patricia Guadalupe Campos Licoa;

Ricardo Rivadeneira Rodriquez, 33, visiting physician, former stake executive secretary, stake Sunday School president, bishop's counselor, and family history

consultant, married Maria Agustina Mendoza Alava.



B2 La Paz Bolivia, La Paz Bolivia Miraflores

LA PAZ BOLIVIA STAKE (11 March 1979). Formed from the Bolivia La Paz Mission. President - Jorge Leaņo, 42, banker, former district president. Counselors- Justino Martinez, 48, professor of education, former district president; Mario Ayaviai, 32, civil engineer, former district counselor.

Name changed to La Paz Bolivia Miraflores 18 Jan 1981.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA MIRAFLORES STAKE (January 18, 1981). President- Justino Martinez Checa, 50, technical and industrial education instructor, former branch president and district president. Counselors- Raul Hugo Morales, 37, businessman, former bishop and high councilor; Hugo Rene Vargas Zapata, 42, pediatrician, former high councilor.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA MIRAFLORES STAKE: (Jan. 17, 1988) President - Justino Martinez, retained. Counselors - Carlos Bernardino Alarcon, retained; Jose

David Angulo, 49, military officer, former bishop and branch president.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA MIRAFLORES STAKE (August 27, 1989) President - Carlos B. Alarcon A., 38, professor of math and physics and an accountant, succeeding Justino Martinez; former sp and counselor, and branch president, married A. Haydee Blanco. Counselors - Victor Hugo Agramont T., 33, graphics artist, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and Sunday School President, married Yolanda Elizabeth Leith Retained.; Jhony Coliz C. , 35, transcriber and operator for comutation center, former high councilor, bishop, and branch president's counselor, married Maria Asuncion Encinas C.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA MIRAFLORES STAKE: (Nov. 20, 1994) President - Edwin David Torres Quezada, 37, Church regional office finance manager; succeeding

Carlos Bernardino Alarcon Aruquipa; former stake executive secretary, bishop and counselor, elders quorum president, Young Men president, and seminary

teacher, married Daisy Arratia Rodriquez. Counselors - Jose Quiroga Patino, 38, director of communications and press for Camara National Industries, former

bishop, elders quorum president, and branch president, married Laura Cecilia Alvarez-Daza Miranda; Alfredo Claudio Arroyo Herbas, 42, independent agent,

former bishop and elders quorum president, married Benita Quispe Cutili.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA MIRAFLORES STAKE: (April 27, 1997) President - Jose Quiroga P., 40, journalist for France-Press Agency; succeeding Edwin David

Torres Quezada; wife, Laura Cecilia Alvarez-Daza de Quiroga. Counselors - Victor Hugo Agramont T., 41, supervisor of administrative materials for Church area

office; wife, Yolanda Elizabeth Leith R. de Agramont. Carlos Enrique Trujillo V., 49, maintenance technician for Church area office; wife, Antonia Chumacero A. de

Trujillo.



E3 Quito Ecuador, Quito Ecuador Colon

QUITO ECUADOR STAKE (August 22, 1979). A division of the Ecuador Quito Mission. President-Ernesto A. Franco, picture and biographical information unavailable. Counselors-Eduardo Vincente Benites, 29, regional supervisor for the Presiding Bishopric's Office in Quito, former branch president; Wilfrido Gonzalez, biographical information unavailable.

Name changed to Quito Ecuador Colon 15 Jan 1981.

QUITO ECUADOR COLON STAKE: (Aug 23, 1987) President- Horacio Patricio Araya, 43, mechanical engineer, former Bishop and counselor and ward Young Men's President. Counselors-Leon H. Reinhart, 45, banker, former Stake Young Men's President, Branch President, and Sunday School gospel doctrine teacher, Mario Ezequiel Ortiz, 42, musician, former District President, Bishop, Branch President and Counselor. (9/12/87)

QUITO ECUADOR COLON STAKE: (Jan. 12, 1992) President - Enrique Fernando Calderon Gallegos, 32, real estate sales supervisor, succeeding Horacio

Araya; former stake president and counselor, high councilor, and bishop's counselor, married Adriana Recalde Cevallos. Counselors - Eduardo Araque, 50, interior

decorator, former stake president's counselor, high councilor stake mission president and counselor, and bishop, married Guillermina Tapia Henendez; Edmundo

Fabian Vallejo, 51, biomedical equipment maintenance worker, former mission president's counselor, bishop, ward clerk, and elders quorum president, married

Martha Virginia Proano Sanchez.

QUITO ECUADOR COLON STAKE: (May 21, 1995) President - Danilo Paredes Onate, 39, Church area office manager of finance and records; succeeding

Fernando Calderon Gallegos; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and branch president, married Amparo Margarita Tello. Counselors -

Ramiro Nunez, 42, sales manager in marketing for Grupo Naturie Anoe, former bishop, married Alba Susana Vinueza; Diego Flores Garnica, 31, area office

accountant, former high councilor, stake mission president and counselor, and bishop's counselor, married Fatima Maria E. Vera Lopez.

QUITO ECUADOR COLON STAKE: (April 19, 1998) President - Diego G. Flores G., 34, human resources manager for Church Area office; succeeding Danilo

Augusto Paredes Onate; wife, Maria E. Vera. L. de Flores. Counselors - Marcelo Trujillo G., 53, self-employed taxi driver; wife, Zulay de Lourdes Mena R. de

Trujillo. Freddy Ramon Alonzo C., 45, self-employed contractor; wife, Norma Yolanda Villegas C. de Alonzo.



B3 Cochabamba Bolivia, Cochabamba Bolivia Universidad

Bolivia, a country that gained its first stake less than a year ago, recently received its third stake.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA STAKE (September 11, 1979) A division of the Bolivia Santa Cruz Mission. President - Carlos L. Pedraja, 34, associate director of the Church educational system for Bolivia, former counselor to the mission president. Counselors- Mario E. Guzman, 46, aeeronautical technician and manager of ground operations, former district counselor; Carlos Alfredo Ferrari, 31, technical microfilmer, former district counselor.

Name changed to Cochabamba Bolivia Universidad 19 Feb 1984.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA UNIVERSIDAD STAKE: (March 6, 1988) President - Mario E. Guzman, 55, ground operations chief for airline, former branch

president and counselor, and branch Sunday School president. Counselors - Luis Garcia, 39, pharmaceutical inspector, former mission president's counselor, high

councilor, bishop and counselor; Walter Camacho Terceros, 37, sales manager, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and Sunday School president.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA UNIVERSIDAD STAKE: (May 16, 1993) President - Luis Garcia D., 45, Church Educational System regional coordinator,

succeeding Mario E. Guzman Padilla; former mission president's counselor, regional representative's secretary, stake president's counselor, and bishop and

counselor, married Maria Del Rosario Villarroel A. Counselors - Ivan J. Gutierrez Aliaga, 27, sales manager, former ward executive secretary, elders quorum

president, and seminary teacher, married Maria Elena Chavarria Velasquez; Max Perez Acapa, 36, stamp office supply company, former high councilor, stake

Young Men president, elders quorum president, and institute teacher, married Maximiliana Zapata Maldonado.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA UNIVERSIDAD STAKE: (Dec. 10, 1995) President - Luis Garcia D., retained. Counselors - Max Perez A., 39, president and

manager of archives and notaries for civil registry; wife, Maximiliana Zapata M. de Perez. Jose Candia B., 51, airlines mechanics technician for Lloyd Aeveo

Boliviano; wife, Emilia Ovidio O. de Candia.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA UNIVERSITY STAKE: (Dec. 7, 1997) President - Gustavo Rocabado T., 52, quality controller engineer for CBI.SRL; succeeding

Luis Garcia Davila; wife, Maria Renee Delgadillo de Rocabado. Counselors - Juan Carlos Aquino S., 46, Church Educational System coordinator; wife, Maria

Eugenia Mercau V. de Aquino. Enrique Q. Huerta Jr., 55, retired as director of laboratories for U.S. Navy medical clinic; wife, Lenny Arlette Von Borries de

Huerta.



P5 Lima Peru Callao

LIMA PERU CALLAO STAKE (16 Sep 1979). A division of the Lima Peru Lamanite and Lima Peru Magdalena stakes. President - Manuel Paredes, 52, accountant for the Beausire, Company., former president of the LIMA PERU Magdalena Stake. Counselors-Jorge Torres-Lara, 51, radio and television executive, former high councilor; Juan Francisco Castellano, 34, mechanic, former counselor to a branch president.

LIMA PERU CALLAO STAKE: (Jan. 31, 1988) President - Pablo Jesus Luna, 44, electro-mechanical assistant at Lima Peru Temple, former stake president's

counselor, high councilor, elders quorum president, and ward mission leader. Counselors - Felix Tinoco, 51, ports facilities administrator, bishop's counselor, ward

executive secretary, and ward Young Men president; Jose Frederico Villanueva, 33, maintenance technician and custodian supervisor for the Church, former high

councilor, bishop's counselor, ward executive secretary, and ward Sunday School president's counselor.

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LIMA PERU CALLAO STAKE: (June 14, 1998) President - Felix Salomon Tavara G., 43, assistant luggage handler for American Airlines S.A., succeeding

Adolfo Areche Calle; wife, Lisia Espinoza C. de Tavara. Counselors - Luis Alberto Castillo R., 29, merchant; wife, Diana Iglesias O. de Castillo. Jose Arturo Ayala

M., 34, warehouse manager; wife, Exda Mirella Roggero V. de Ayala.



P6 Lima Peru San Juan

LIMA PERU SAN JUAN STAKE (September 16, 1979). A division of the LIMA PERU Limatambo Stake. President - Jorge Salazar, 36, city official in Lima, former counselor to a stake president. Counselors- Juan Maguina Colquis, 47, salesman, former high councilor; Francisco Edgar Guevara, 38, engineer, former high councilor.

LIMA PERU SAN JUAN STAKE (August 25, 1985) President-Juan Santiago Vergaray, 28, real estate regional supervisor with the Presiding Bishopric's office, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop's counselor, elders' quorum president. Counselors- Jose Hugo Bazan, 31, sales supervisor, former high councilor, stake mission president, wml; Israel Antonio Gonzales, assistant regional buyer for the Church, former stake clerk, bishop young men's president and elders' quorum president's counselor.

LIMA PERU SAN JUAN STAKE: (Jan. 31, 1988) President - Raul Cardenas, 40, salesman, former mission executive secretary, bishop and counselor, and ward

mission leader. Counselors - Urbano Olivos, 44, owner of metal mechanics business, former bishop, ward Young Men president, and ward Sunday School

president; Luis Alfredo Ibarra, 45, auditor director in government office, former bishop and counselor, ward financial clerk, and ward Young Men president.

LIMA PERU SAN JUAN STAKE: (Mar. 9, 1997) President - Jose Valenzuela S., 32, sales manager for Motorola of Peru S.A.; succeeding Raul Florentino

Cardenas Veliz; wife, Mory Luz Rodriguez P. de Valenzuela. Counselors - Hector Miguel Zuniga P., 35, temple recorder; wife, Maria Elena Ruiz S. de Zuniga.

Javier Concha C., 34, attorney; wife, Rossana Lily Becerra O. de Concha.



P7 Lima Peru San Martin

LIMA PERU SAN MARTIN STAKE (September 16, 1979). A division of the Lima Peru Lamanite and Lima Peru Magdalena Stakes. President - Rene Loli, 30, assistant manager of a furniture firm, former counselor to a branch president. Counselors- Maximo Garcia, 35, electrical technician, former counselor to a stake president; Pablo Rojas, 38, instructor for the investigative police force of Peru.

LIMA PERU SAN MARTIN STAKE (July 1, 1984) President -Antero Miguel Sanchez Montalvan, 43, industiral electrician, former high councilor, bishop, and Sunday school president. Counselors-Manuel Huaman and Hugo Orbegozo.

LIMA PERU SAN MARTIN STAKE: (Jan. 31, 1988) President - Hermes Agustine Paredes, 32, bank officer, former bishop and counselor, branch president,

and branch Young Men president. Counselors - Luis Alberto Sanchez, 56, salesman, former high councilor, stake executive secretary, and bishop; Fidel Oyolo, 45,

former high councilor, bishop, branch president, and mission leader.

LIMA PERU SAN MARTIN STAKE: (Aug. 3, 1997) President - Simon Alicles Santa Cruz F., 39, self-employed in general services; succeeding Hermes Agustin

Paredes Lazaro; wife, Mariela Hermelinda Patroni U. de Santa Cruz. Counselors - Luis Alberto Marino M., 31, administrative secretary for Church Educational

System; wife, Patricia Jannina Rodriguez T. de Marino. Carlos Edmundo Mendoza R., 51, shop forman for Panamerican Industries; wife, Rosa Maria Lopez C. de

Mendoza.

LIMA PERU SAN MARTIN STAKE: (Feb. 8, 1998) President - Luis Alberto Marino M., 32, secretary for Church Educational System; succeeding Simeon

Alcides Santa Cruz Fernandez; wife, Patricia Jannina Rodriguez T. de Marino. Counselors - Carlos Edmundo Mendoza R., 52, self employed; wife, Rosa Maria

Lopez C. de Mendoza. Humberto Cortez E., 30, chauffeur; wife, Mercedes Milagros Rodriguez A. de Cortez.



P8 Arequipa Peru, Arequipa Peru Umacollo

AREQUIPA PERU STAKE (February 21, 1980). A division of the Peru Arequipa Mission. President - Victor Hugo Gamero, 32, bank manager, former district president. Counselors-Julio Ernesto Maurique, 39, industrial technician, former district president's counselor; Aurelia Nina, 33, miner, former branch president.

AREQUIPA PERU STAKE (August 14, 1983) President-Efrain Jorge Marin Rodriguez, 34, Church educational system regional coordinator, former counselor in a stake presidency, bishop, branch president, and mission executive secretary Counselors-Aurelio Nina, technician; Anotnio Manrique Quiroz, railroad worker.

Name changed to Arequipa Peru Umacollo 20 Jun 1985

AREQUIPA PERU UMACOLLO STAKE (June 23, 1985) President -Victor Hugo Gamero Cornejo, 37, former district and stake president, mission president's counselor, and branch president. Counselors- Luis Montalvan Fernandez, 49, minister of agriculture, former district president, mission president's counselor and Sunday school teacher; Cesar Comarra Gutierrez, 27, student, former stake mission president, branch president, and bishop's counselor.

AREQUIPA PERU UMACOLLO STAKE (September 16, 1990) President - Eleuterio Jorge Zevallos B. 53, educator, succeeding Victor Hugo Gamero, former stake president's counselor and executive secretary , and ep, married Laura Estela Luque Collado. Counselors - Luis Montalvan, 55, engineer, former stake president's counselor, stake mission president's counselor, district President and branch president, married Teodoro Emilia Velarde; Alfonso Lopez District., 30, genealogical society representative, former high councilor stake mission president, bishop's counselor, and branch president, married Orietta Haydee Robles Gonzales.

AREQUIPA PERU UMACOLLO STAKE: (Sept. 15, 1991) President - Eleuterio Jorge Zevallos Butron, 54, professor, succeeding Victor Hugo Gamero

Cornejo; former stake president's counselor, stake clerk, high councilor, and elders quorum president, married Laura Estela Luque Collado. Counselors - Alfonso

Salomon Lopez Diez, 32, family history department employee, former stake mission president, bishop's counselor, Sunday School president, and elders quorum

president, married Orietta Robles Gonzales; Raul Carlos Galarza, 61, Peru Mining Logistics chief, former high councilor, bishop, and ward mission leader, married

Luz Marina Olivera Araujo.

AREQUIPA PERU UMACOLLO STAKE: (July 24, 1994) President - Eleuterio Jorge Zevallos Butron, retained. Counselors - Richard Claudio Zambrano Pinto,

37, attorney, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake mission president, and elders quorum president, married Silvia Patricia Becerra Zeballos;

Eduardo Victor Montesinos Zevallos, 29, merchant, former high councilor, and branch president, married Rosa Elena Diaz Guillen.



B4 La Paz Bolivia West, La Paz Bolivia Constitucion

Bolivia recently gained its fourth stake in 13 months, the La Paz Bolivia West Stake.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA WEST STAKE (February 24, 1980). A division of the LaPaz Bolivia Stake. President - Victor Hugo Saravia, 39, IBM machine operator, former high councilor, no picture available. Counselors- - Carlos B. Alarcon, 29, college professor of mathematics, former high councilor; Juan Rodriguez, 55, textile worker, former branch president.

Name changed to La Paz Bolivia Constitucion 18 Jan 1981.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA CONSTITUCION STAKE (January 18, 1981) President - Carlos Alarcon Aruqipa, 30, regional supervisor of finances, former branch president and high councilor. Counselors-Juan Rodriguez Goytia, 55, textile worker, former counselor in a district presidency; Eduardo Sanabria Paz, 31, statistical supervisor for the Church in Boivia, former bishop and branch president.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA CONSTITUCION STAKE (January 17, 1982) President Sixto Quispe Herrera, 39, supervisor of adult education, former counselor in a stake presidency, high councilor, bishop and district president. Counselors-Juan Rodriguez Goytia and Rogelio Coca Aldunate.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA CONSTITUCION STAKE: (Jan. 17, 1988) President - Sixto Quispe, retained. Counselors - Juan Carlos Medrano, 35, computer systems

analyst, former high councilor, stake executive secretary, stake mission president and ward executive secretary; Benjamin Ayllon, 48, accountant, former ward

executive secretary.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA CONSTITUCION STAKE: (Jan. 13, 1991) President - Alfonso Alcazar Alarcon, 40, succeeding Sixto Quispe Herrera; business owner,

former high councilor, stake executive secretary, bishop and priesthood teacher, married Rosemary Alarcon Clavel. Counselors - Julian Oscar Guzman, 32, factory

supervisor, former bishop's counselor, elders quorum president and counselor, married Jeannethe Rosemary Salas Cuba; Hector Nunezdel Prado Balladares, former

bishop's counselor and branch president's counselor, married Ana Villarreai.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA CONSTITUCION STAKE: (Nov. 25, 1993) President - Juan Carlos Quiroz Sanchez, 44, business owner, succeeding Alfonso Alcazar

Alarcon; former elders quorum president, married Miriam Rodriguez Coronel.

Counselors - Luis Octavio Molina Medrano, 64, accountant, former stake mission president, high councilor, bishop and counselor, and branch president, married

Carmen Valdez Barron; Victor Manuel Alarcon Laime, 33, area office finance officer, former branch president and elders quorum president, married Mercedes

Hurtado Altamirano.



DE1 Guayaquil Ecuador Duran

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR DURAN STAKE (March 16, 1980) A division of the Guayaquil Ecuador stake and the Ecuador Guayaquil Mission. President - Lorenzo Augusto Garaycoa, physician, former branch president. No picture available. Counselors- Carlos Verduga, 49, salesman, former bishop; Jose Ortega, 42, accountant.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR DURAN STAKE (January 11, 1981) President - Jose S. Chavarria Letechi, 48, agricultural instructor, former bishop and high councilor. Counselors- Carlos Verduga and Jose Larrea, additional biographical information unavailable.

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E4 Guayaquil Ecuador Febres Cordero, Guayaquil Ecuador North, Guayaquil Ecuador Prosperina

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR FEBRES CORDERO STAKE (March 16, 1980). A division of the Guayaquil Ecuador Stake and the Ecuador Guayaquil Mission. President - Douglas Alarcon Arboleda, 49, medicine salesman, former counselor to a stake president. Counselors- Felix S. Guerra, 60, real estate salesman, former high councilor; Luis G. Granja, 44, electrical technician, former high councilor.

Name changed to Guayaquil Ecuador North 22 Mar 1987.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR NORTH STAKE: (Aug. 18, 1991) President - Jose Larrea Chavez, retained. Counselors - Marcel Jacinto Saldana Alvarado,

retained; Carlos Rafael Verduga Cardenas, 54, merchant, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and branch president, married Alcira Rivera

Sanchez.

Name changed to Guayaquil Ecuador Prosperina 11 Feb 1996.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR PROSPERINA (FORMERLY GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR NORTH STAKE): (Feb. 11, 1996) President - Renzo Baquerizo A., 31,

supervisor for Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceutical Laboratories; succeeding Jose Larrea Chavez; wife, Isabel Francisca Ortega S. de Baquerizo. Counselors -

Manuel Zuniga M., 46, security manager for Carlos Herrera Ltd.; wife, Gladys Cresencia Santillan M. de Zuniga. Jonny Mendoza C., 30 assistant manager of tax

office; wife, Luisa Yodafit Nagali Ramirez S. de Mendoza.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR PROSPERINA STAKE: (Aug. 25, 1996) President - Johnny Mendoza C., 30, collections assistant for Central Studies; succeeding

Renzo Gilberto Baquerizo Aragundi; wife, Luisa Magaly Ramirez S. de Mendoza. Counselors - Manuel Eduardo Zuniga M., retained. Jorge Vicente Neira M., 27,

owner and manager of publishing company; wife, Maria Liliana Mora J. de Neira.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR PROSPERINA STAKE: (June 8, 1997) President - Johnny E. Mendoza Cedeno, retained. Counselors - Juan Enrique Viteri G., 26,

collector for learning center; wife, Amada Cecilia Mera B. de Viteri. Joe Luis Vera P., 24, police officer; wife, Martha Dolores Rodriguez F. de Vera.



P9 Chimbote Peru

CHIMBOTE PERU STAKE (March 23, 1980) A division of the Trujillo Peru Stake. President - Carlos S. Lopez, 29, police lieutenant, former counselor to a stake president. Counselors-Leoncio Mendoza, 41, electronics technician, former branch president; Mario Avalos, 49, teacher, former branch president.

CHIMBOTE PERU STAKE (May 29, 1983) President - Leonicio Mendoza Villanueva, 52, electronics tecnician, former counselor in a stake presidency and branch president. Counselors- Victor Candelario Arroyo Solano, 32, personnel officer, former counselor in a stake presidency and high councilor, Ramon Maray Juaca, 40, security agent, former high councilor, and counselor in a branch presidency.

CHIMBOTE PERU STAKE (March 8, 1987) President - Zeonon Wilfredo Gonzales, 50, hotel concessionary manager, former high councilor and bishop's counselor. Counselors-Malecio Wenceslas Mogollon, 62, director of Helaman College in Lima, former stake president's counselor, mission president's counselor, high councilor and bishop . Alfonso Anibal Granada, 37, electrical maintenance technician, former young men's president and counselor and bishop's counselor.

CHIMBOTE PERU STAKE: (Mar. 17, 1991) President - Modesto Raymundo Carlos, 33, electrician, succeeding Zenon W. Gonzales; former stake president's

counselor, high councilor, bishop and counselor, married Ruth Pulido Cueva. Counselors - Victor Candelario Arroyo Solano, 40, hotel accountant, former stake

president's counselor and bishop, married Maria Elizabeth Chunga Graus; Teofilo Cortez Leon, 31, telephone repairman, former high councilor, stake Young Men

president and branch president, married Francisca Leon Rosales.

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CHIMBOTE PERU STAKE: (Sept. 10, 1995) President - Wilson Benito Calderon Valverde, 35, manager for Computation Information & Electronic Services

S.A.; succeeding Julio Arturo Leiva Ponce; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop and counselor, married Judith Elvira Gonzales Grados.

Counselors - Z. Wilfredo Gonzales Samanamud, 59, concessionary manager for Hotel Presidente, former stake president, high councilor, and bishop's counselor,

married Alejandrina Zarela Grados Diaz; Alfonso Anibal Granados Aguirre, 45, steel lamination technician, former stake president's counselor and high councilor,

married Ruby Emperatriz Ocana Taboada.



P10 Chiclayo Peru

CHICLAYO PERU STAKE (June 8, 1980). A division of the Peru Lima North Mission. President- Jorge Humberto del Carpio M., 51, secretary of the municipal council of Chiclayo, former district president. Counselors- Manuel Larrea, 50, accountant, former branch president; Jose E. Castaneda, 28, self-employed, former high councilor.

CHICLAYO PERU STAKE (October 23, 1988) President - Agustin Vasquez Alegria, 36, businessman, former mission president, stake president's counselor, high councilor, and branch president, married Amelia Eugnia Arias Sanchez, four children. Counselors -Homer Antonio Delgado Rivera, agricultural engineer, former high councilor, branch president and counselor, married Eltevina Cruz Galvez, four children; Cirilo Oscco Capcha, 57, former bishop and branch president, married Rosa Madaglena Capunay Paderes, seven children.

CHICLAYO PERU STAKE: (Oct. 20, 1991) President - Erasmo Delgado Rivera, 30, merchant, succeeding Agustin Vasquez Alegria; former high councilor and

bishop's counselor, married Rosa Amelia Aurazo Herrera. Counselors - Segundo Ricardo Alfaro Lopez, 30, Church Educational System administrative assistant,

former high councilor, stake executive secretary, stake Sunday School president, ward mission leader, and elders quorum president, married Martha Cecilia

Bustamante Marquez; James Pedro Puertas Jimenez, 24, business owner, former stake mission president, bishop and counselor, and ward mission leader, married

Doraliza Milagro Amenero Perez.

CHICLAYO PERU STAKE: (Nov. 3, 1996) President - Manuel Fernando Belaunde S., 41 regional coordinator for Church Educational System; succeeding

Erasmo Delgado Rivera; wife, Maruja Gomez G. de Belaunde. Counselors - Jose Montalvan T., 56, administrative director for city of Victoria; wife, Juanz Isabel

Farro S. de Montalvan. Jose Alberto Llontop L., electrical technician; wife, Martina Rosario Perez C. de Llontop.

CHICLAYO PERU STAKE: (April 18, 1999) President -- Jose Montalvan T., 59, self-employed accountant; succeeding Manuel Fernando Belaunde Suarez;

wife, Ivana Isabel Farro S. de Montalvan. Counselors -- Jose Alberto Llontop L., 30, electronic technician for Continport Panama and a professor; wife, Rosario

Martina Perez C. de Llontop. Fernando Llontop V., 32, works in public relations for city of Victorio; wife, Gladys Sara Gonzales U. de Llontop.



P11 Iquitos Peru

IQUITOS PERU STAKE (August 3, 1980). A division of the Peru Lima North Mission. President - Carlos Rojas Romero, 56, government service, former district president. Counselors- Antonio Solan Nogueira Meirelles, 51, government service, former branch president; Carlos Davila Vargas, 40, occupation unavailable, former branch president.

IQUITOS PERU STAKE (September 17, 1989) President -Daniel Arturo Calderon N., 39, export company transactor succeeding Carlos Rojas, former high councilor and branch president, married Ximond Marilyn Mauveira B. Counselors- Erwin Valderrama P. 29, hospital employee, former bishop and counselor, executive secretary and elders' quorum president, married Maria Trinidad Lemos Retained.; Carlos Daniel Lozano E. 25, hospital technician former stake executive secretary, high councilor, and ward elders' quorum president, married Gabriela Hurtado Hidalgo.

IQUITOS PERU STAKE: (May 23, 1992) President - Pablo Tulumba Torres, 35, farmer, succeeding Daniel Arturo Calderon Negreiros; former stake president

and counselor, and bishop, married Mireylle Nacianseua Alves Milho Mazanet. Counselors - C. Daniel Lozano Escudero, 28, hospital technician, former stake

president's counselor, stake executive secretary, high councilor, bishop's counselor, and elders quorum president, married Gabriela Hurtado Hidalgo; Walter Luis

Chucos Calixto, 40, flight electronics technician, former high councilor, ward mission leader, and Young Men president, married Alicia Manzanares Manguinuri.

IQUITOS PERU STAKE: (Nov. 26, 1995) President - Carlos Daniel Lozano Escudero, 31, physician at Loreto Regional Hospital; succeeding Pablo Tulumba

Torres; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake executive secretary, and elders quorum president, married Gabriela Hurtado Hidalgo. Counselors -

Bonifacio Munoz Mamani, 38, assistant administrator for Church Educational System, former high councilor, and elders quorum president, married Rosa Elizabeth

Ramirez Barrera; Dante Huaman Valencia, 37, maintenance supervisor for navy, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, elders quorum president, and Sunday

School president, married Alicia Alado Paimia.

IQUITOS PERU STAKE: (Sept. 12, 1999) President -- Heyne Alarcon R., 44, hematologist for Iquitos Support Hospital; succeeding Carlos Daniel Lozano

Escudero; wife, Nut Sidey Moreno de Alarcon. Counselors -- Walter Luis Chucos C., 48, teacher; wife, Alicia Manzanares M. de Chucos. Betman Rengifo R., 30,

self-employed merchant; wife, Roxana Kerly Navarno P. de Rengifo.



B5 Oruro Bolivia

ORURO BOLIVIA STAKE (December 1, 1980). A division of the Bolivia La Paz Mission. President - J. Adrian Velasco Chavez, 32, mining engineer, former counselor in a district presidency . Counselors- Raymundo Ostojic Litvares, 33, accountant, former branch president; D. Roberto Lunario Zapata, 31, high school physical education instructor, former branch president.

ORURO BOLIVIA STAKE (May 10, 1987) President-Rogelio Coca Aldunate, 36, regional coordinator of seminaries and institutes of religion, former Stake President's Counselor, High Councilor, Bishop and Counselor. Counselors-Rolando Estrella Terrazas, 57, carpenter, former Stake President's Counselor, High Councilor, Branch President and Bishop; Gonzalo Molina Valdes, 31, auto sales agency representative, former High Councilor and Bishop (5/30/87)

ORURO BOLIVIA STAKE: (Sept. 1, 1991) President - Jose Luis Candia Ovidio, 26, accountant, succeeding Rogelio Coca Aldunate; former high councilor,

bishop's counselor, elders quorum president, and Sunday School president, married Carmen Federa Rodriques Rojas. Counselors - Jose Adrian Velasco Chavez,

42, foundry manager, former stake president, high councilor, bishop, district clerk, branch clerk, and elders quorum president, married Norah Josefina Salazar;

Jonny Chambi Joaniquina, 36, store owner, former bishop, elders quorum president, and Church Educational System supervisor, married Beatriz Jara Mendizabal.

ORURO BOLIVIA STAKE: (June 28, 1992) President - Jose Adrian Velasco, 43, department manager of foundry, succeeding Jose Luis Candia Ovidio; former

stake president and counselor, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Norah J. Salazar. Counselors - Johnny Chambi Joaniquina, 37, food company owner,

former bishop and elders quorum president, married Beatriz Mendizabal Jara; Wilfredo Augusto Reynaga Rodriguez, 35, telephone technician, former high

councilor, bishop's counselor, and Sunday School president, married Mabel Siles Ledezma de Reynaga.

ORURO BOLIVIA STAKE: (Nov. 24, 1996) President - Jose Adrian Velasco Chavez, retained. Counselors - Wilfredo Augusto Reynaga R., 40, telephone

technician for Coteor; wife, Mabel Jenny Siles L. de Reynaga. German Salazar Y., 41, accountant for metallurgic operations: wife, Ana Maria Arias G. de Salazar.





DE2 Guayaquil Ecuador Kennedy

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR KENNEDY STAKE (January 11, 1981) A division of the GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR Centenario Stake. President-Fausto Montalvan Morla, 28, pharmaceutical company salesman, former stake president and counselor in a stake presidency. (Picture and information on counselors unavailable).

Discontinued 22 Mar 1987



E5 Portoviejo Ecuador

PORTOVIEJO ECUADOR STAKE (January 13, 1981). A division of the Guayaquil Ecuador Stake. President-Jorge Vicente Salazar Hidrovo, 41, security officer, former branch president and district president. Counselors-Victor Hugo Cruz, 28, production supervisor, former branch president and counselor in a district presidency; Luis Rafael Solorzano Zambrano, 33, civil engineer, former branch president and counselor in a district presidency.

PORTOVIEJO ECUADOR STAKE (May 20, 1990) President- Antonio Ayuso Cubells, 44, business administrator, succeeding Jorge Vecente Salazar Hidrovo; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop and counselor, married Estrella Delgadillo Quijije. Counselors -Cesar Augusto Alonzo Cardeno, 34, civil engineer, former high councilor, stake financial clerk, bishop's counselor, and branch president's counselor, married Rosa Elvira Zambrano Aguayo; Francisco Marconi Lozano Andrade, 34, sales representative, former stake mission president, bishop's counselor and elders' quorum president, married Laura Ernestina Quiroz Guaranda

PORTOVIEJO ECUADOR STAKE: (July 26, 1992) President - Victor Hugo Alonzo Cedeno, 34, Church Educational System coordinator, succeeding Antonio

Ayuso Cubells; former bishop and counselor, married Vicenta Amparo Palacios Chavarria. Counselors - Wilson Marino Chinga Holguin, 32, college professor,

former high councilor and bishop's counselor, married Rosa Annabell Nunez Franco; Jose Antonio Ayuso Delgado, 26, dentist, former high councilor, Young Men

president, and institute teacher, married Elsie Euvenia Macias Mera.

PORTOVIEJO ECUADOR STAKE: (Feb. 25, 1996) President - Victor Hugo Alonzo Cedeno, retained. Counselors - Juan Honorio Quiroz G., 35, sales agent of

medicines for Econ. Victor Alonzo; wife, Maria Dolores Alonzo C. de Quiroz. Manuel Antonio Mero S., 32, merchant; wife, Betzsbeth Jacqueline Fernandez C. de

Mero.

PORTOVIEJO ECUADOR STAKE: (Dec. 8, 1996) President - Juan Honorio Quiroz G., 36, distribution manager; succeeding Victor Hugo Alonzo Cedeno; wife,

Maria Dolonel Alonzo C. de Quiroz. Counselors - Ricardo Rodriguez C., 48, self-employed; wife, Gladys Margarita Giler C. de Rodriguez. Jose Camilo Cuzme

V., 39, maintenance technician for Church Area Office; wife, Angelos Haida Pilligua M. de Cuzme.



E6 Quito Ecuador Santa Ana

QUITO ECUADOR SANTA ANA STAKE (Jan. 15, 1981). A division of the Ecuador Quito Mission. President-Cesar Hugh Cacuango Collahuazo,32, Presiding Bishopric Office regional manager, former branch president and high councilor.

Counselors-Alvaro Bertulfo Ampudia Paez, 23, computer programmer, former branch president; Jorge Eduardo Urresta Bucheli, 38, personnel supervisor, former counselor in a district presidency.

QUITO ECUADOR SANTA ANA STAKE (November 4, 1984)

President- Rafael Antonio Villanueva, 30, quality control supervisor, former bishop, branch president, and Sunday school president.

Counselors- Jorge Eduardo Urresta, 42, chief of security, former counselor in a district presidency and counselor in a branch presidency;

Danilo Agusto Paredes Onate, 29, former high councilor.

QUITO ECUADOR SANTA ANA STAKE (September 10, 1989)

President -Fernando Enrique Calderon G., 30, corporation supervisor, succeeding Rafael Villanueva, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop's counselor and elders' quorum president, married Adriana Recalde G.

Counselors - Magdo Arturo Flores L., 26, Church Area Office employee, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and Sunday School President, married Ruth Pinos;

Arturo Espinosa A., 34, accountant, former bishop and counselor and elders' quorum president, married Beatriz Guadalupe Munoz B.

QUITO ECUADOR SANTA ANA STAKE: (Jan. 12, 1992)

President - Eduardo Calderon, 39, Church area personnel manager, succeeding Enrique Fernando

Calderon Gallegos; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop, married Monica Susana Tayupanta.

Counselors - Arturo Espinosa Arequipa, 36, assistant business manager, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop's counselor, married Beatriz Munoz Bajantes;

Ismael Coral Benavides, 47, military officer, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, married Marcia Reyes Lara.)

QUITO ECUADOR SANTA ANA STAKE: (May 21, 1995)

President - Fernando Calderon Gallegos, 36, supervisor of real estate for Ceti Corporation;

succeeding Eduardo Calderon Poveda; former stake president, married Adriana Recalde Cevallos.

Counselors - Carlos Perez Vallejo, 37, negotiator and operator of Utah Genealogical Society, former high councilor, stake mission president, bishop, and branch president's counselor, married Ruth Elizabeth Burbano Benitez;

Juan Patricio Lascano Corrales, 33, technology electrician, former high councilor, stake executive secretary, and bishop and counselor, married Zoila Emilia Angulo

De La Cruz.

QUITO ECUADOR SANTA ANA STAKE: (May 11, 1997)

President - Juan Patrico Lascano C., 35, consultant technician for ConsAt; succeeding Enriqueo

Fernando Calderon Gallegos; wife, Zoila Emilia Angulo D. de Lascano.

Counselors - Juan Francisco Sanchez U., 38, university librarian; wife, Blanca Germania

Cando R. de Sanchez.

Fabian Ignacio Vallejo P., 29, engineer of medical support systems for Phillips Ecuador C.A.; wife, Maria Lucila Vega E. de Vallejo.

QUITO ECUADOR SANTA ANA STAKE: (May 16, 1999)

President -- Fabian Ignacio Vallejo P., 31, engineer for Philips Medical Systems; succeeding Juan Patricio Lascano Corrales; wife, Maria Lucila Vega E. de Vallejo.

Counselors -- Manuel Hernan Herdoiza P., 56, business owner; wife, Teresa Del Nino Jesus

Utreras R. de Herdoiza.

Edison Manuel Proano C., 33, registry specialist for Church area office; wife, Maria Eluira Zuleta B. de Proano.



B6 La Paz Bolivia El Alto, El Alto Bolivia Satelite

LA PAZ BOLIVIA EL ALTO STAKE (January 18, 1981). A division of the La Paz Bolivia Stake.

President-Victor Hugo Saravia Ramirez, 39, personnel supervisor, former high councilor. Counselors- Florentino Willes Calle, 59, high school teacher, former counselor in a district presidency;

Benjamin Bejar Montano, 41, graphics artist, former branch president and district president.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA EL ALTO STAKE (September 15, 1985)

President-Bernadino Leano, 53, banker, former high councilor, bishop and branch president. Counselors-Ivan Fernando, 29, Church employee, former bishop and bishop's counselor; Wilfredo Camino, 31, electronics laboratory worker, former branch president's counselor.

Name changed to El Alto Bolivia Satelite 6 Mar 1992.

EL ALTO BOLIVIA SATELITE STAKE: (Sept. 4, 1994)

President - Rolando Cesar Molina Valdez, 42, cartographer; succeeding Bernardino Leano Rasquido; former elders quorum president, Aaronic Priesthood instructor, and Scoutmaster, married Ana Maria Ayala Acosta.

Counselors, - Ivan Fernando Lahor, 38, institute director, former stake president's counselor and bishop, married Mirka Fatima Rodriguez Ibanez;

Douglas Javier Franco Ormachea, 32, Church research specialist, former district president and counselor, stake president's counselor, and branch president, married Dhelma Rosa Garcia Vaca Cortez.



B7 Santa Cruz Bolivia Paraiso

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA PARAISO STAKE (February 15, 1981). A division of the Santa Cruz Bolivia Stake. President-Erwin Birnbaumer, 43, owner of a jewelry business, former counselor in district, stake, and branch presidencies. Counselors-Rolando Oyola Suarez, 24, topographer, former bishop, high councilor and Sunday school president, Himan into Barrancos, 35, airplane technician, former high councilor, bishop and Sunday school teacher.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA PARAISO STAKE (May 27, 1990) President Guillermo Quintana Pedraza, 31, accountant for city department of administration and finance, succeeding Erwin Birnbaumer H.; former Stake President's counselor, high councilor, stake mission president, and bishop's counselor, married Mirian Suarez Pedraza. Counselors-Oscar Duran, 33, construction business owner, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and branch president, married Lourdes Soliz Serrudo; Benjamin Flores, 53, employed at petroleum company, former High councilor and bishop, married Eltty Delgadillo.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA PARAISO STAKE (December 2, 1990) President - Guillermo Quintana, retained. counselors - Oscar Duran, retained, Jose Manuel Gutierrez Borda, 26, imports subsidiary executive, former stake executive secretary, high councilor, stake mission president and ward clerk, married Sandra Rivero Centellaz.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA PARAISO STAKE: (May 30, 1999) President -- Erwin Aguilera S., 36, systems manager for Fragrance Corporation; succeeding

Guillermo Quintana Peoraza; wife, Lely Villarroel P. de Aguilera. Counselors -- Jose Manuel Gutierrez B., 34, purchasing manager for Unagro Corporation S.A.;

wife, Sandra Lilian Rivero C. de Gutierrez. Adrian Artunduaga S., 29, teacher; wife, Amyra Roxana Vasquez L. de Artunduaga.





E7 Quevedo Ecuador, Quevedo Ecuador Bella Vista

QUEVEDO ECUADOR STAKE (April 26, 1981). A division of the Quito Ecuador Stake. President - Pedro Jose Cantos Jimenez (photo unavailable), 36, notary public, former young men teacher, district president and counselor in a district presidency. Counselors- Angel Cristobal Garcia Mayorga, 46, civil judge, former counselor in a district presidency; Roberto Santago Carranza Cusme, 24, printer, former branch president, branch historical secretary and counselor in a Sunday school presidency.

QUEVEDO ECUADOR STAKE (September 7, 1986) President - Luis Humberto Fuentes, 28, church educational system coordinator, former high councilor, stake executive secretary, branch president and bishop's counselor. Counselors- Jose Felix Lara, 31, attorney and college professor , former stake executive secretary, bishop's counselor, elders' quorum president, and institute of religion instructor; Pedro Amable Cedeno, former high councilor, elders' quorum president and sunday school president.

QUEVEDO ECUADOR STAKE: (Aug. 20, 1995) President - Jose Felix Lara Castro, 40, attorney for Superior Court of Justice; succeeding Luis Humberto

Fuentes; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop's counselor, married Maritza Araceli Villota Guevara. Counselors - Justo Pastor

Campoverde, 54, health inspector, former bishop, married Gladys Victoria Balcazar Campoverde; Tito Alejandro Barraeiro, 28, bookkeeping and finance manager

for Manos & Lomos Exporting, former stake family history adviser, bishop's counselor, and executive secretary, married Luisa Germania Tobar Castro.

Name changed to Quevedo Ecuador Bellavista 7 Sep 1997.

QUEVEDO ECUADOR BELLAVISTA STAKE (FORMERLY QUEVEDO ECUADOR STAKE): (Sept. 7, 1997) President - Jose Felix Lara Castro, retained.

Counselors - Bolivar Zoilo Espinoza F., 49, business owner; wife, Celeste Mercedes Briones S. de Espinoza. Cesar Augusto Cepeda Q., 38, teacher; wife, Lenny

Maria Morante C. de Cepeda.



E8 Otavalo Ecuador

OTAVALO ECUADOR STAKE (December 6, 1981) Created from the Ecuador Quito Mission. President-Luis Alfonso Morales Chalanpuento, 38, merchant, former high councilor, branch president and bishop financial secretary. Counselors-Jose Alberto Picuasi Quilachamin and Segundo Arellano Romero.

OTAVALO ECUADOR STAKE (November 13, 1988) President - Jose Alberto Picuasi, 34, bus owner, former stake president's counselor, ward and financial clerk, branch president and district clerk, married Rosa Elena Maigua, 4 children. Counselors - Luis Alfonso Fuentes, 41, bus owner, former bishop, financial clerk, branch president and counselor, married Maria Andrea Lema, four children; Juan Jose Munoz, 28, maintenance mechanic, former stake executive secretary, high councilor, seminary teacher, and Young Men's President, married Laura Burga Amaguana, three children.

OTAVALO ECUADOR STAKE: (Jan. 19, 1997) President - Lauro Yamberla M., 34, merchant; succeeding Jose Alberto Picuasi Quilachamin; wife, Maria Lucila

Cacuango M. de Yamberla. Counselors - Luis Alberto Camango M., 38, merchant; wife, Josefina Pineda D. de Camango. Remfsey Danito Paez Z., 34, merchant;

wife, Mercedes Pilar Terreros C. de Paez.





P12 Tacna Peru

TACNA PERU STAKE (February 13, 1983) Created from the Peru Arequipa Mission. President-Abraham La Torre Parades, 35, policeman, former high councilor, district president, branch president, and elders' quorum president. Counselors- Manuel Davila Zeballos and Mario Jimenez Santa Maria.

TACNA PERU STAKE (September 16, 1984) President - Napoleon Davila Cepeda, 54, employed in independent money exchange, former district president, high councilor, branch president and counselor in a branch presidency. Counselors- Tomas Maximo Medina Palacios, 34, student, former district high councilor, counselor in a stake presidency, bishop's counselor, and branch president; Daniel Escobar Flores, teacher, former district mission president, district secretary and high councilor.

TACNA PERU STAKE: (Dec. 6, 1992) President - Rolando Leonel Melcor Alvarez, 35, chief of business and commerce, succeeding Francisco Napoleon Davila

Cepeda; former high councilor, bishop's counselor, Church Educational System instructor, and institute teacher, married Isabel Aranibar Guitierrez. Counselors -

Ascenio Mamani Sosa, 49, cashier, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and branch president, married Margarita Pare De Sosa; Victor

Antonio Alfaro Lopez, 32, system's analyst, former bishop's counselor and branch president, married Lanhipa Izella Rios.

TACNA PERU STAKE: (Sept. 15, 1996) President - Horacio Marquina C., 34, owner and administrator for Maderera "Elbriente"; succeeding Rolando Leonel

Melchor Alvarez; wife, Monica del Carmen Molina B. de Marquina. Counselors - Jorge Ciquero A., 43, administrator for Copyas Suarez; wife, Nancy Judith

Chipoco S. de Ciquero. Guillermo Sanchez L., 25, regional consultant for A.F.P. Horizonte; wife, Lucila Espinoza T. de Sanchez.



P13 Pirua Peru, Piura Peru Central

Pedro Puertas Rojas, a member of the Church since 1972, has been called as the first president of the Pira Peru Stake.

PIURA PERU STAKE (February 16, 1983) Created from the Peru Lima North Mission. President- (Pedro Puertas Rojas, 40, high school teacher, former district president, branch president, counselor in a branch presidency and branch secretary. Counselors---Miguel Ramos King, businessman; Clovis Camacho Alamo, chauffeur.

PIURA PERU STAKE (June 17, 1990) President - Gustavo Juan Oviedo King, 31 Church Educational System coordinator, succeeding Pedro L. Puertas Rojas, former mission president's counselor high councilor, and bishop, married Ingrid Cinthya Millican Calle. Counselors -Jose Luciano Paiva Correa, 40, police officer, former stake mission president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop, married Zulma Penaloza Herrera; Juan Manuel Martinez Anton, 29, bank systems operator, former bishop's counselor elders' quorum president, and branch president, married Rosa Margarita Carhuapoma Loza.

PIURA PERU STAKE: (Oct. 17, 1993) President - Jose L. Paiva, 43, an Interior Department administrator, succeeding Gustavo Juan Oviedo King; former stake

president's counselor, high councilor, stake mission president's counselor, bishop and counselor, and Sunday School teacher, married Zulma Eduarda Penaloza

Herrera. Counselors - Jose Mariano Hernandez Panta, 31, Church Educational System administrative assistant, former high councilor, stake young adult

representative, and elders quorum president, married Diamantina Lourdes Gutierrez Zapata; Jose Luis Hernandez, 42, teacher, former high councilor, stake Young

Men president, bishop, and ward Young Men president, married Teresa de Jesus Clavijo Olivares.

Name changed to Piura Peru Central 10 Mar 1996.

PIURA PERU CENTRAL STAKE: (Aug. 15, 1999) President -- Hector Miguel Zuniga P., 37, coordinator for Church Educational System; succeeding Jose

Luciano Paiva Correa; wife, Maria Elena Ruiz S. de Zuniga. Counselors -- Juan Jose Prieto Hormaza, retained. Juan Carlos Bustamante Z., 33, attorney; wife,

Gerera Patricia Caceros S. de Bustamante.



P14 Lima Peru San Felipe

LIMA PERU SAN FELIPE STAKE (11 September 1983) Created from the Lima Peru Lamanita stake. President-Mauro Luis Artica Quintana, 34, assistant manager of the Church Distribution Center in Peru, former bishop, branch president and high councilor. Counselors- David Isaac Figueroa Mendoza and Amadeo Salazar Meza.

LIMA PERU SAN FELIPE STAKE: (Jan. 30, 1988) President - Mauro Artica, retained. Counselors - David Isaac Figueroa, retained; Gerardo Villar, 27, legal

assistant, former high councilor, branch president, and stake mission president.

LIMA PERU SAN FELIPE STAKE: (June 20, 1993) President - Gerardo Renulfo Villar Quevedo, 32, real estate agent, succeeding Mauro Luis Artica Quintana;

former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake mission secretary, and branch president, married Ana Maria Valencia Tupia. Counselors - Amadeo Feliz

Salazar Meza, 49, general coordinator, former high councilor, stake mission president and counselor, and bishop, married Maria Vilchez Huaman; Segundo

Aristides Reategui Ramirez, 36, Church Educational System regional coordinator, former high councilor, stake clerk, and elders quorum instructor, married Vilma

Betty Rivera Lazo.

LIMA PERU SAN FELIPE STAKE: (March 17, 1996) President - Gerardo Renulfo Villar Quevedo, retained. Counselors - Toribio Leandro Reyes V., 39,

salesman and supplier of meat to restaurants; wife, Doris Teresa Condori P. Reyes. Secudnino Delgado A., 47, sales manager for Onara.

LIMA PERU SAN FELIPE STAKE: (June 15, 1997) President - David Isaac Figueroa M., 60, economics studies manager for Ciaminera Raura S.A.; succeeding

Gerardo Renulfo Villar Quevedo; wife, Lenor Aida Caballero M. de Figueroa. Counselors - Secundino Delgado A., 49, business adviser for Discovery S. A.; wife,

Maria Matilde Guerra T. de Delgaro. Jose Eduardo Sarmiento S., 45, automobile mechanic; wife, Flavia Julia Alegaee M. de Sarmiento.



P15 Lima Peru San Luis

LIMA PERU SAN LUIS STAKE (September 11, 1983) Created from the Lima Peru Central Stake. President-Philippe J. Kradolfer, 31, business manager, former stake president, counselor in a stake presidency, and bishop. Counselors-Hector Noe Garcia and Carl B. Pratt

LIMA PERU SAN LUIS STAKE (March 10, 1985) President-Rodolfo Maximo Casos, 52, physical facilities manager in Andes Peru South Area, former mission and stake president's counselor and high councilor. Counselors- Alejandro Marcel Robles Ventovilla, University professor, former high councilor, bishop, bishop's counselor, and elders' quorum president; Robert E. Whitchurch, 39, manager of member and statistical records in the Andes Peru South Area, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and young men's president.

LIMA PERU SAN LUIS STAKE: (Jan. 30, 1988) President - Rodolfo M. Casos, retained. Counselors - Martin David Openshaw, retained; Juan Eusibio Del

Carpio, 49, merchant, former high councilor, mission president's counselor, and elders quorum president.

LIMA PERU SAN LUIS STAKE: (May 10, 1992) President - Juan Manuel Huertas Marino, 32, sales manager, succeeding Rodolfo Maximo Casos Bellido;

former high councilor, bishop, ward mission leader, and elders quorum president, married Susana Saldana Garcia. Counselors - Antero Guevara Olano, 43,

business owner, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, married Inelda Vasquez Delgado; Oscar Ruben Hurtado Saravia, 42, Church administration

employee, former high councilor, stake clerk, stake mission president, bishop, and ward mission leader, married Rosa Julia Beteta Callirgos.

LIMA PERU SAN LUIS: (Dec. 19, 1993) President - Antero Guevara Olano, 45, manager of company, succeeding Juan Manuel Huertas Marino; former high

councilor, and bishop and counselor, married Inelda Vasquez Delgado. Counselors - Juan Manuel Rivera Poma, 48, manager of administration and systems, former

stake president's counselor, high councilor, and stake mission president and counselor, married Juana Gladys Gavilano Oliver; Juan Eusebio Del Carpio Garcia, 55,

business owner, former temple worker, mission president's counselor, stake president's counselor, high councilor, and ward mission leader, married Miriam Jesus

Chiang Navarro.

LIMA PERU SAN LUIS STAKE: (March 24, 1996) President - Antero Guevara Olano, retained. Counselors - Jesus Cunbertti J., 55, attorney; wife, Juana

Bertha Bados Casas. Domingo Bejar N., 58, analyst for Central Reserve Bank; wife, Clara Usquiano A. de Bejar.





B8 Cochabamba Bolivia Cobija

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA COBIJA STAKE (February 19, 1984) created from the Cochabamba Bolivia stake. President-Guillermo Rivero Paz Soldan, 30, controller at power and light company, former district executive secretary, bishop, branch president, and elders' quorum president. Counselors- Nicolas Miranda Sanchez and Juan Escalera Medrano.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA COBIJA STAKE: (May 16, 1993) President - Jose Oscar Pino Caero, 65, regional director of agency, succeeding Guillermo Rivero

Paz Soldan; former bishop, married Martha Noemi Ortiz Yepez. Counselors - Hugo Ramiro Rua Zeballos, 37, airlines flight dispatcher, former stake president's

counselor, high councilor, and bishop and counselor, married Ana Rosario Teran Montano; Nestor Aguilar Rojas, 28, company supervisor, former stake president's

counselor, and bishop's counselor, married Lucia Medina Arellano.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA COBIJA STAKE: (Dec. 13, 1998) President -- Hugo Ramiro Rua Z., 43, operations dispatcher for Lloyd Air of Bolivia; succeeding

Jose Oscar Pino Caero; wife, Ana Rosario Teran M. de Rua. Counselors -- Juan Giacoman V., 43, administrator of Lloyd Air of Bolivia; wife, Mary Luz Tandka

Vaca de Giacoman. Gildar Ramiro Rocha E., 38, assistant coordination technician for Municipal Mayor of Cochabamba, wife, Martha Lourdes Romero S. de

Rocha.



P16 Huancayo Peru

Although there are 17 stakes in Peru, the newly organized Huancayo Peru stake is the first one in the Andes Mountain range in Peru. The other stake in the country are located along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Huancayo is located in a beautiful valley by the Mantaro River, at an elevation of 11,000 feet, said Elder Angel Abrea of the First Quorum of the seventy, whorecently organized the stake. About 90 percent of the population are of Lamanite descent, he said.

HUANCAYO PERU STAKE (May 6, 1984) Created from the Peru Lima South Mission. President- Manuel Moises Sanchez Torres, 46, owner of a machine repair shop, former district president and branch president. Counselors- Alfredo Lopez Castro, 30, church educational system regional coordinator, former counselor in a stake presidency, stake young adult president, and elders' quorum president; Manuel Jesus Castro Barrios, 33, employed in office supplies sales and service, former branch president, counselor in a branch presidency and teacher in the church educational system.

HUANCAYO PERU STAKE (July 30, 1989) President - Roland Ramirez de Castilla, 31, English professor and director in cultural institute, succeeding Manuel Moises Sanchez T.; former high councilor, bishop, and counselor, and elders' quorum president, married Martha Beatriz Valentin E. Counselors - Ricardo Alberto Tovar B. , 30, accountant and bus administrator, former high councilor, elders' quorum president, Young Men's President, and Young Adult representative, married Juana Sonia Vilchez G.; Maximo Inga C. , 47, high school teacher, former district president's counselor, branch president and counselor, seminary coordinator, and elders' quorum president, married Rosa Dolores Romero.

HUANCAYO PERU STAKE: (June 28, 1998) President - Andie Jaime Gonzales R., 37, regional coordinator for Church Educational System, succeeding Jose

Octavio Montoya R.; wife, Janet Lorena Guimet P. de Gonzales. Counselors - Jose Antonio Guerrero G., 29, teacher; wife, Souna Youana Gutierrez T. de

Guerrero. Oscar Raul Travesano A., 33, prosthetic dentist; wife, Sonia Iris Duenas B. de Travesano.





P17 Lima Peru Palao

One stake has been created and one reorganized in Lima Peru. With the creation of the Lima Peru Palao stake, which is comprised of five wards and 3 branches, there are now 10 stake in Lima.

LIMA PERU PALAO STAKE (July 1, 1984) President - F. Rene Loli Parra, 35, businessman, former counselor in a stake presidency, bishop's counselor, and counselor in a branch presidency. Counselors-Pablo Rojas and Rolando Cotaquispe.

LIMA PERU PALAO STAKE: (Jan. 31, 1988) President - Vidal Francisco Chinchay, 35, electrical engineer for the Church, former high councilor, bishop's

counselor, and elders quorum president. Counselors - Santiago Capunay, 53, director of artisan shop, former bishop and ward mission leader; Ricardo Miguel

Levano, 32, student, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, ward executive secretary, and mission leader.

LIMA PERU PALAO STAKE: (Feb. 9, 1997) President - Santos Inocente Ramirez O., 51, accountant and administrator for Recolsa S.A.; succeeding Francisco

Chinchay Fuentes Rivera; wife, Dora Lorenza Sequeiros M. de Ramirez. Counselors - Eduardo Doroteo Huayta H., 33, electrical maintenance supervisor; wife,

Martha Isabel Cuba A. de Huayta. Florencio Paulino Matos T., 35, attorney; wife, Elisabeth Vasquez A. de Matos.



P18 Trujillo Peru Palermo

A new stake has been created in Trujillo, Peru, for a total of 17 stakes in that country.

TRUJILLO PERU PALERMO STAKE (August 12, 1984) Organized from the Trujillo Peru N st. President-Jose Neyra, 45, owner of a distribution company, former counselor in a stake presidency, bishop and branch president. Counselors- Manuel Castillo, 46, furniture manufacturer, former counselor in a stake presidency, high councilor, ward executive secretary and branch president; Carlos Antonio Chu Jen, 33, Programs Instructor at National University at Trujillo, former high councilor.

TRUJILLO PERU PALERMOE STAKE: (Feb. 27, 1994) President - Ricardo Azabache Espejo, 53, chief of security doors division in national door company,

succeeding Jose Andres Neyra Zarate; former district president, stake president's counselor, bishop and branch president, married Bertha R. Ramirez Gonzalez.

Counselors - Wilson Francisco Vinces Bejarano, 29, personnel manager, former high councilor, ward clerk, elders quorum president, and Young Men president,

married Aicira Isabel Luque Alnaran; Ciro Melendez Flores, 36, business owner, former branch president and seminary teacher, married Ana Maria Castro

Zavaleta.

TRUJILLO PERU PALERMO STAKE: (Jan. 18, 1998) President - Oswaldo Mendoza M., 39, self-employed technician; succeeding Ricardo Azabache Espejo;

wife, Silvia Ivonne Iturbe G. de Mendoza. Counselors - Boris Rodolfo Tirado L., 29, distributor assistant for "La Industria"; wife, Rossana Carquina Leon A. de

Tirado. Oswaldo Jesus Alfaro F., 41, self-employed taxi driver; wife, Martha Elena Torres S. de Alfaro.





P19 Cuzco Peru

"Ancient Inca headquarters now home for a stake" CUZCO PERU: A stake has been created where once stood the headquarters of the mighty Inca empire that stretched across the boundaries of six present-day countries.

Machu Picchui, one of South America's most visited ruins, is located within the boundaries of the stake, some 50 miles northwest of Cuzco.

"The formation of the Cuzco Peru Stake is a significant milestone for the Church, said Elder Howard W. Hunter of the Council of the twelve, who organized the stake of more than 2,300 members on April 28.

Elder Hunter, who has maintained an interest in the archaeological aspect of the area for many years said:

"Many descendants of Incas walk along the streets today. They wear wide bowler hats. It just takes you back a long step in history. Many of our members are Inca descendants."

Cuzco is built upon the ruins of a stone city that was once connected by a vast system of roads to Inca territories along the west coast of South America. Those interests included parts of what are now Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina. The empire, with a long and narrow shape like a modern-day Chile, had a well developed trade economy.

One of the new Cuzco wards is in Sacsayhuaman, located at the site of an Inca fortress. This fortress is known for its walls of huge stones, some up to 16 feet high. The stones were hauled 35 miles and fitted together so tightly that a knife blade cannot be inserted between them.

Elder Hunter's interest in Cusco began many years ago. He recalled a visit to Cusco with Elder Milton R. Hunbter, then of the First Council of the Seventy, in 1965. The two General Authorities spoke to about twenty members at the Cusco Branch. Elder Milton R. Hunter had extensive interests in archaeology.

"It is a remarkable thing to now have a stake organized here," he said.

CUZCO PERU STAKE (April 28, 1985) President -Jose U. Coacalla G., 39, professor at the chemical school of Cusco University, former district president, district and stake high councilor and branch president; Counselors- Geronimo cevallos V., 43, foreign currency supervisor, former dc, branch president, branch secretary and seminary teacher; Alejandro Anibal Mora A., 33 Cuzco area coordinator for church educational system, former district and stake high councilor.

CUZCO PERU STAKE (July 29, 1990) Peru - Ruben Andia Rojas, 38, manager of confection company, succeeding Jose Uriel Coacalla G.; former high councilor elders' quorum president, branch president's counselor and institute teacher, married Felicitas Espejo Flores. Counselors - Jeronimo Cevallos Valencia, 49, bank accountant, former District President's Counselor, ward executive secretary, branch president, and seminary teacher, married Victoria Velasco Vallejos; Miguel Angel Vallenas Frinsancho, 48, bank employee, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and branch president, married Juana Antonieta Vallenas Fournier.

CUZCO PERU STAKE: (Nov. 15, 1992) President - Ruben Andia Rojas, retained. Counselors - Rigoberto Rojas Coyla, 33, tourist agent, former stake Young

Men president, high priests group leader, ward mission leader, and elders quorum president, married Caro Virginia Esperanzo Querra; Victor Hugo Rojas Valdivia,

33, laboratory manager, former elders quorum president and counselor, married Ruth Hortencia Tejada Chacon.



P20 Arequipa Peru Manuel Prado

AREQUIPA PERU MANUEL PRADO STAKE (June 23, 1985) Name changed from the Arequipa Peru stake. President-Efrain Jorge Rodriguez Marin, retained. Counselors- Ernesto Fernando Segura Segura, 28, merchant, former high councilor, branch president, branch president's counselor, and elders' quorum president; Jose Manuel Escaleante Moncada, 45, merchant, fbp, branch president's counselor, and elders' quorum president.

AREQUIPA PERU MANUEL PRADO STAKE (February 19, 1989) President - Cesar L. Gamarra, 31, physician, succeeding Efrain Rodriguez, former stake president's counselor, branch president, and district president's counselor, married Luisa Fernanda Giuliana Montesinos M. Counselors - Ernesto F. Segura Segura, 32, English professor and businessman, former stake president's counselor and branch president, married Maria Gabriela Gutierrez L.; Jorge Francisco Marroquin Bishop., 28, carpenter and accountant, former bishop and counselor, executive secretary, ward clerk, and elders' quorum president, married Gloria Esperanza Ticona A.

AREQUIPA PERU MANUEL PRADO STAKE: (Sept. 15, 1991) President - Jorge Francisco Marroquin Banda, 30, cabinet business owner, succeeding Cesar

Leoncio Gamarra Gutierrez; former bishop and counselor, ward clerk, and elders quorum president, married Gloria Esperanza Ticona Aguilar. Counselors - Efrain

Jorge Rodriguez Marin, 42, Church Educational System institute director, former stake president and counselor, and bishop, married Maria Ondina Mendoza

Huerta; Manuel Hidalgo Castro, 49, air force technician, former stake clerk, ward clerk, elders quorum president, and Young Men president, married Dora Pella

Granda.

AREQUIPA PERU MANUEL PRADO STAKE: (July 24, 1994) President - Jorge Francisco Marroquin Banda, retained. Counselors - Manuel Francisco Hidalgo

Castro, 52, retired military officer, former stake president's counselor, stake and ward clerk, elders quorum president, and Young Men president, married Dora

Virginia Pelia Granda; Ivo Pastor Ortega Rodriquez, 42, statistician for the Ministry of the Interior, former high councilor, bishop, and high priests group leader,

married Lilia Salome Castro Alfaro.



DP2 Iquitos Peru Sachachorro

IQUITOS PERU SACHACHORRO STAKE (June 23, 1985) President - Jorge Diaz Suarez, 29, accountant, former branch president, elders' quorum president, and seminary teacher. Counselors-Antonio S. Noguiera Meirelles, 55, diesel mechanic, former district president's counselor, branch president, and branch secretary; Carlos Davila Vargas, 44, merchant, fbp, sunday school president and seminary teacher.

IQUITOS PERU SACHACHORRO STAKE: (Feb. 7, 1988) President - Wilger Arista, 40, commercial center administrator, former high councilor and bishop.

Counselors - Pablo Tulumba, 30, urban transit worker, former bishop and counselor; Jose de Jesus Lozano, 38, English professor at Amazonica University, former

high councilor, ward choir director, and Sunday School teacher.

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IQUITOS PERU SACHACHORRO STAKE: (May 23, 1992) President - Jhonny Padilla Bustos, 28, Church Educational System coordinator, succeeding Pablo

Tulumba Torres; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and stake Young Men president, married Narita Leila Amasifuen. Counselors - Alfredo Silva

Flores, 33, business administrator, former high councilor and elders quorum president, married Rosario Melendez Fonseca; Alejandro Garcia Paredes, 50, military

officer, former stake Sunday School president, bishop, and ward Sunday School president's counselor, married Luz Angelica Saldana Vargas.

IQUITOS PERU SACHACHORRO STAKE: (Nov. 26, 1995) President - Pablo Tulumba Torres, 38, driver/farmer; succeeding Johnny Padilla Bustos; former

stake president and counselor, and bishop, married Mireylle Nasiansena Alves Milho Mazanet. Counselors - Roque Rojas Pinedo, 42, manager, former high

councilor, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Tanith Arista Diaz; Victor Ricardo Davila Rettes, 56, independent merchant, former high councilor, ward

mission leader, and elders quorum president, married Manuela Natividad Rios Ferreira.

Discontinued 21 June 1998



P21 Lima Peru Villa Maria

LIMA PERU VILLA MARIA STAKE (August 25, 1985) Created from the Lima Peru San Juan stake. President-Juan FranciscoMaguina Colquis, 53, health technician and salesman, former stake president, st clerk and high councilor. Counselors- Fernando Fortunato Torres, 50, merchant, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, ward executive secretary, and elders' quorum president; Raul Florentine Cardenas, 37, salesman, former mission executive secretary, bishop, bishop's counselor, and ward mission leader.

LIMA PERU VILLA MARIA STAKE: (Jan. 31, 1988) President - Hilario Antenor Lastra, 50, education professor, former bishop and elders quorum instructor.

Counselors - Manuel Jesus Angeles, 41, police officer, former high councilor, bishop, branch president, and ward mission leader; Juan Diaz, 52, merchant, former

high councilor, bishop and counselor, elders quorum president, and ward Young Men president.

LIMA PERU VILLA MARIA STAKE: (June 22, 1997) President - Isidoro Araujo V., 37, employed in confectionary business; succeeding Hilario Antenor Lastra

Bravo; wife, Melba Rosa Arce B. de Araujo. Counselors - Reynaldo Fabian Cordova V., 32, self-employed jeweller; wife, Ruth Portocarrero M. de Cordova.

Silver Johnny Sumoso T., 44, cleaning supply salesman; wife, Yrene Olga Ordonez M. de Sumoso.

LIMA PERU VILLA MARIA STAKE: (June 28, 1998) President - Fernando Javier Torrealua P., 36, planning manager of Lima Planetarium for Franky & Ricky

SA, succeeding Isidoro Araujo Victoria; wife, Sara Portocarrero M. de Torrealua. Counselors - Ciro Alberto Caytuiro S., 30, process operator for Peruvian

Security Institute; wife, Rocio Vela P. de Caytuiro. Moises Portocarrero M., 32, laboratory assistant for Minister of Health; wife, Melina Emerita Castaneda G. de

Portocarrero.



P22 Chiclayo Peru Central

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Created 27 Oct 1985 Franklin D. Orroyo S.

CHICLAYO PERU CENTRAL STAKE: (Oct. 20, 1991) President - Freddy Williams Fernandez Ruiz, 34, college professor, succeeding Franklin Delano Arroyo

Suarez; former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and branch president, married Ana Patricia Diko Ly. Counselors - Homero Antonio Delgado Rivera, 43,

agriculturist, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, district president's counselor, branch president's counselor, mission leader, elders quorum president,

and Sunday School president, married Etelvina Cruz Galvez; Victor Manuel Cristobal Alarcon Sanchez, 26, accountant, former high councilor, bishop's counselor,

ward executive secretary, and Sunday School president, married Lupe Dalila Rojas Romero.



B9 La Paz Bolivia Sopocachi

Elder Derek A. Cuthbert of the First Quorum of the Seventy officiated Jan. 17 in the creation of the La Paz Bolivia Sopacachi Stake. There are now seven stakes in

Bolivia, located in Cochabamba and La Paz.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA SOPOCACHI STAKE: (Jan. 17, 1988) Created by division of the La Paz Bolivia Constitucion and La Paz Bolivia Miraflores stakes. President

- Eduardo Gavarret, 31, manager of pharmaceutical products laboratory, former stake executive secretary, stake mission president, bishop and counselor.

Counselors - Raymundo Ostojic, 40, manager in a construction materials import business, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and branch

president; Carlos Teran, 57, attorney, former bishop's counselor.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA SOPOCACHI STAKE: (June 28, 1992) President - Andres Alberto Pacheco Carrion, 30, obstetrician, succeeding Eduardo Gavarret

Inzaurralde; former bishop, elders quorum president, and activities committee chairman, married Quika Antonia Del Castillo Salazar. Counselors - Gustavo

Rocabado Tavera, 47, construction company general manager, former stake president's counselor and bishop, married Maria Rene Delgadillo; Jorge Bruce Urquizo

Bozo, 41, architect, former high councilor, branch president, branch financial secretary, elders quorum president, and Young Men president, married Beatriz Rosio

Barrios Bustamente.



P23 Lima Peru Las Palmeras

Seven new stakes were created in Lima Peru during the weekend of Jan. 30-31, making a total of 18 in that city. (See Feb. 6 Church News.) Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Council of the Twelve officiated in the creation of the new stakes.

LIMA PERU LAS PALMERAS STAKE: (Jan. 30, 1988) Created by division of the Lima Peru Lamanita and Lima Peru San Felipe stakes. President - Albino

Isidro Chagua, 39, regional coordinator for Church Educational System, former high councilor, branch president and counselor, and ward Young Men president,

Counselors - Santiago Quiroz, 53, police officer, former high councilor, branch president, elders quorum president, and ward Young Men president; Lino Andres

Clemente, 33, construction cost analyst for Church, former bishop and counselor, branch president's counselor,, and ward Sunday School president.

LIMA PERU LAS PALMERAS STAKE: (May 5, 1991) President - Lino Andres Clemente Calizaya, 36, regional supervisor of Peru Department of Construction,

succeeding Albino Isidro Chagua Cortez; former bishop, branch president's counselor, and high priest group leader, married Rosa De Guadalupe Cevallos Duran.

Counselors - Felipe Benicio Layza Rojas, 49, tailor, former bishop and counselor, Young Men president and elders quorum instructor, married Elizabeth Perez

Ortega; Armando Coral Castro, 42, police officer, former high councilor and Young Men president, married Emma Rosaura Lopez Palomino.



P24 Lima Peru Comas

Seven new stakes were created in Lima Peru during the weekend of Jan. 30-31, making a total of 18 in that city. (See Feb. 6 Church News.) Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Council of the Twelve officiated in the creation of the new stakes.

LIMA PERU COMAS STAKE: (Jan. 30, 1988) Created by division of the Lima Peru Lamanita and Lima Peru San Felipoe stakes. President - Grover Pinto, 40,

accountant, former stake president's counselor, mission president's counselor, high councilor, and branch president. Counselors - Javier Aedo, 35, technical

draftsman, former high councilor, bishop, stake Young Men president and counselor; Huilder Quiroz, 30, former high councilor, stake Young Men president, and

branch president.

LIMA PERU COMAS STAKE: (May 5, 1991) President - Gilberto Vergara Matos, 41, confection business owner, succeeding Grover Pinto Romani; former high

councilor, bishop, branch president, and elders quorum president, married Cecilia Delicia Acuna Trujillo. Counselors - Manuel Estuardo Cueva Castro, 37, public

transportation administrator, former stake financial clerk, bishop's counselor, and ward clerk, married Dora Luz Hidalgo Tapia; Javier Concha Contreras, 27, civil

court secretary, former high councilor, stake clerk, bishop's counselor, and elders quorum president's counselor, married Rossana Lily Becerra Ortiz.

LIMA PERU COMAS STAKE: (March 17, 1996) President - Arturo Larrea R., 33, accountant at National Bank; succeeding Gilberto Edgardo Vergara Matos;

wife, Ana Violeta Cabrera C. de Larrea. Counselors - Segundo Reategui R., 39, regional coordinator for Church Educational System; wife, Vilma Betty Rivera L.

de Reategui. Luis Camacho M., 46, manager for Miguelito Services; wife, Zulema Asuncion Bacabarca S. de Camacho.

LIMA PERU COMAS STAKE: (Aug. 22, 1999) President -- Victor Guillermo Chauca R., 42, legal consultant for Medina Raggio Notary; succeeding Arturo

Larrea Riojas; wife, Hilda Elizabeth Villar Q. de Chauca. Counselors -- Luis Miguel Camacho M., 49, teacher; wife, Zulema Asuncion Balabarca S. de Camacho.

Renando Hurtado M., 27, self-employed sales executive; wife, Flor del Milagro Lazaro R. de Hurtado.



P25 Lima Peru Vitarte

Seven new stakes were created in Lima Peru during the weekend of Jan. 30-31, making a total of 18 in that city. (See Feb. 6 Church News.) Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Council of the Twelve officiated in the creation of the new stakes.

LIMA PERU VITARTE STAKE: (Jan. 30, 1988) Created by division of the Lima Peru San Luis Stake. President - Luis E. Stiglich, 38, real estate manager for

South America North Area of the Church, former stake president's counselor, bishop, branch president and counselor. Counselors - Carlos A. Uceda, 31, stake

Young Men president, bishop and counselor; Walter Hugo Advincula, 38, real estate agent, former branch president and counselor, and elders quorum president.

LIMA PERU VITARTE STAKE (March 12, 1989) President- Pedro Morote Retained., 43, chief director of agricultural projects, succeeding Luis Stiglich Serrano; former high councilor, bishop and counselor, married Hilda Luz Infanson, Counselors-Agustin Rondon Fernandez, 35, communications and electronics engineer, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, ward executive secretary, and Institute Instructor, married Lidia Enith Pereira Acu; Lucio Lazo Velasquez, 63, police investigator, former branch president, married Dora Alej.

LIMA PERU VITARTE STAKE: (May 5, 1991) President - Abel Telesforo Gonzales Rebaza, 51, Church Educational System regional coordinator, succeeding

Pedro Morote Rojas; former mission president's counselor, high councilor, and branch president, married Elsa Bibiana Pazsoldan Estrada. Counselors - Agustin

Rondon Fernandez, 37, assistant to temple engineer, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and stake executive secretary, married Lidia Enith Pereira

Acuy; Nestor Raul Cordova Ccollana, 51, laboratory technician, former high councilor, seminary teacher, branch president and counselor, married Enerita Salas

Arevalo.

LIMA PERU VITARTE STAKE: (Dec. 17, 1995) President - Abel Telesforo Gonzales Rebaza, retained. Counselors - Isidoro Villanueva Ocana, 59, general

manager for Zlam Company of S.A., former president of Lima Peru Temple, stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake mission president, and bishop,

married Mirely Viane Babilonia; Stephen Richard Christiansen, 34, manager for Kimberly Clark Corp., former bishop and counselor, ward mission leader, and

elders quorum president's counselor, married Suzanne P. Pool.

LIMA PERU VITARTE STAKE: (Jan. 5, 1997) President - Jose H. Naupari V., 49, security worker at Lima Peru Temple; succeeding Abel Telesforo Gonzales

Rebaza; wife, Lidia Rodriguez V. de Naupari. Counselors - Luis Enrique Zegarra J., 36, owner and manager of industrial company; wife, Carmen Rosa Marcelo R.

de Zegarra. Victor Raul Regalado O., 34, manager and director of company; wife, Martha Alicia Castro R. de Regalado.



P26 Lima Peru Las Flores

Seven new stakes were created in Lima Peru during the weekend of Jan. 30-31, making a total of 18 in that city. (See Feb. 6 Church News.) Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Council of the Twelve officiated in the creation of the new stakes.

LIMA PERU LAS FLORES STAKE: (Jan. 31, 1988) Created by division of the Lima Peru Central Stake. President - Miguel Fernando Rojas, 32, treasurer in

Church offices in Peru, former Lima Central stake president, bishop, and branch president. Counselors - Cesar Diaz, 59, former stake president's counselor and

bishop; Javier Elias Riofano, 31, jewelry store employee, former institute of religion teacher, Sunday School teacher, and bishop.

LIMA PERU LAS FLORES STAKE (March 18, 1990) President-Miguel Rojas A., retained. Counselors-Jose Marquez A., 30, lawyer, former high councilor, stake mission leader, ward mission leader, and elder quoum president's counselor, married Maria Carmen Cruzado A.; Adrian Romero S., 38 engineer, former stake president's counselor, bishop and counselor, and branch president married Susana Nancy Romero E.

LIMA PERU LAS FLORES STAKE: (Nov. 1, 1992) President - Pablo Martel Pena, 50, chief of services for health ministry, succeeding Miguel Fernando Rojas

Alvarez; former branch president, married Yolanda Guevara Aquino. Counselors - Jose Marquez Araujo, 34, regional manager for Church in Peru, former stake president's

counselor, high councilor, stake mission president, and stake Sunday School president, married Maria Carmen Cruzado; Carlos Maximo Benitez R., 41, director of

control and inspection for Peru Ministry of Fisheries, former bishop and counselor, and elders quorum president's counselor, married Mirna Elizabeth Cotrina

Saucedo.

LIMA PERU LAS FLORES STAKE: (May 18, 1997) President - Pablo Martel Pena, retained. Counselors - Carlos Maximo Benites Rodriguez, retained. Jose

Dario Marquez A., 37, associate attorney; wife, Maria Carmen Cruzado O. de Marquez.



P27 Lima Peru Maranga

Seven new stakes were created in Lima Peru during the weekend of Jan. 30-31, making a total of 18 in that city. (See Feb. 6 Church News.) Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Council of the Twelve officiated in the creation of the new stakes.

LIMA PERU MARANGA STAKE: (Jan. 31, 1988) Created by division of the Lima Peru Callao and Lima Peru Magdalena stakes. President - Santiago Pacheco,

47, airport customs supervisor, former Callao stake president, bishop and counselor. Counselors - Marcos Merquiades Paredes, 42, architect, former stake

president's counselor, high councilor, stake executive secretary, and bishop; Juan Francisco Castellano, 42, fishing boat repairman, former stake president's

counselor, high councilor, bishop, and high priests group leader.

LIMA PERU MARANGA STAKE (March 4, 1990) President-Carlos Hooker U., 45, company director, succeeding Benedicto Pacheco, former High councilor, bishop and counselor, and young men's president, married Liliana Clara Trelles C. Counselors- Marcos Merquiades Parades F., 44, architect, former Stake President's counselor, High councilor, and bishop, married Nelly Viale F.; Juan Francisco Castellano C., 44, owner of mecanical company, former Stake President's counselor, high councilor, bishop and elders' quorum president, married Carmen del Rosario Hooker U.

LIMA PERU MARANGA STAKE: (Feb. 25, 1996) President - Cesar Augusto Aguinaga A., 40, maintenance supervisor for Lima Temple; succeeding Carlos

Hernan Alberto Hooker U.; wife, Maria Basilica Lopez E. de Aguinaga. Counselors - Jose Rosendo Hanke V., 39, professional sales representative for Schering

Plough.; wife, Marina Cecilia Merino A. de Hanke. Cesar Horacio Hooker U., 37, general manager for Recycled Materials; wife, Carmela Emma Melero M. de

Hooker.



P28 Lima Peru Chorrillos

Seven new stakes were created in Lima Peru during the weekend of Jan. 30-31, making a total of 18 in that city. (See Feb. 6 Church News.) Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Council of the Twelve officiated in the creation of the new stakes.

LIMA PERU CHORRILLOS STAKE: (Jan. 31, 1988) Created by division of the Lima Peru San Juan and Lima Peru Limatambo stakes. President - Israel

Antonio Gonzales, 32, zone supervisor of operations and maintenance for the Church, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop's counselor, and

ward Young Men president. Counselors-Jose Hugo Bazan, 33, mental health worker in military hospital, former high councilor, stake mission president, bishop's

counselor, and ward mission leader; Cesar Miguel Santibanez, 40, Peru Civil Guard official, former high councilor, district president, branch president, and bishop's

counselor.

LIMA PERU CHORRILLOS STAKE: (Nov. 16, 1997) President - Marco Antonio Saavedra V., 28, systems manager for Omino Vision Clinic S.A.; succeeding

Israel Gonzalez Borjas; wife, Maria Teresa Quispe N. de Saavedra. Counselors - Miguel Angel Ventura G., 40, sales manager for Lining Commercial; wife,

Guadalupe Sofia Angeles V. de Ventura. Francisco Ibarra G., 50, maintenance worker for Aspersud; wife, Sabina Lagos A. de Ibarra.



P29 Lima Peru El Olivar

Seven new stakes were created in Lima Peru during the weekend of Jan. 30-31, making a total of 18 in that city. (See Feb. 6 Church News.) Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Council of the Twelve officiated in the creation of the new stakes.

LIMA PERU EL OLIVAR STAKE: (Jan. 31, 1988) Created by division of the Lima Peru Callao, Lima Peru San Martin, and Lima Peru Palao stakes. President -

Antero Miguel Sanchez, 47, electrician, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and ward Sunday School president. Counselors - Jaime Arnaldo

Young, 38, accountant in Church offices in Peru, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop and counselor; Oscar Carrion, 25, business manager for

distribution company, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, branch president's counselor, and ward Young Men president.

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LIMA PERU EL OLIVAR STAKE: (June 13, 1993) President - Hector Antonio Davalos D., 38, statistician, succeeding Willy Faustino Zuzunaga Cavero; former

stake president's counselor, and branch president and counselor, married Beatriz Calle Parra. Counselors - Miguel A. Aragon C., 38, systems analyst, former stake

president's counselor, high councilor, and branch president, married Vilma Betty Duenas; Carlos Eduardo Lizama Sanchez, 35, mechanic shop foreman, former high

councilor, and branch president and counselor, married Norma Luz Zevallos Ramos.



E9 Guayaquil Ecuador Central, Guayaquil Ecuador Garcia Moreno

Elder Angel Abrea of the First Quorum of the Seventy officiated at the creation of the Guayaquil Ecuador Central Stake, the ninth stake in Ecuador. The new stake,

which has 2,971 members, includes the Norte, Garay, LaTola, El Salado 1st, Boyaca, Garcia Moreno and Letamendi wards. Three existing stakes in Ecuador were

also reorganized.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR CENTRAL STAKE (April 30, 1989) Created from the Guayaquil Ecuador North, West and South stakes. President - Gonzalo Eduardo Alvarado Retained., 36, sales manager, former sp, district clerk, and branch clerk, married Patricia Carlota Triana, Magallenes. Counselors- Xavier Porfiro Rivera M. , 33, Church operations and maintenance department supervisor, former high councilor and stake clerk, married Alicia Magally Escudero Former.; Jorge Fermin Betancourth S., 43, construction worker, former stake president's counselor, bishop, and branch president married Marcia Isabel Leon L.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR CENTRAL STAKE: (Aug. 18, 1991) President - Gonzalo Eduardo Alvarado R., retained. Counselors - Jorge Fermin Betancourth S.,

retained; Jorge Washington Saltos Proano, 50, business owner, former bishop's counselor, elders quorum president, and Young Men president, married Maria Ines

Arroyo Jimenez.

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Name changed to Guayaquil Ecuador Garcia Moreno 11 Feb 1996.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR GARCIA MORENO STAKE: (FORMERLY GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR CENTRAL STAKE): (Feb. 11, 1996) President - Jorge

Fermin Betancourth S., 49, self-employed manager and controller of construction projects; succeeding Henry Alejandro Mora Zhuno; wife, Marcia Isabel Leon L.

de Betancourth. Counselors - Francisco Nunez M., 32, self-employed medicine distributor; wife, Lucy Benitez A. de Nunez. Franklin Toral V., 30, supplier of

technical provisions for Guayaquil Childrens Hospital; wife, Cecibel Alexandra Araqundi V. de Toral.



P30 Huacho Peru

Elder Charles Didier, a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy, officiated at the organization of the Huacho Peru Stake, the 32nd in Peru. The new stake, with

3,750 members, includes the Universidad, Dos de Mayo, Central, Pacocha, Barranca and Paramonga wards, and the Las Palmas and Vegueta branches.

HUACHO PERU STAKE (June 4, 1989) Created from the Huacho District of the Peru Lima North mission. President - Carlos Manuel Zapata P. ,45, quality controller at food processing plant, former district president and counselor, bishop and Young Men's President, married Maria Felicita Lopez R. Counselors-Belisario Villanueva de la Cruz, 30, agricultural technician, former district president and counselor and branch president, married Carmen Doris Mauricio S.; Marcizo Aljiver de la Cruz P. , 29, bank public accountant, former district president's counselor, branch president and financial clerk, married Ana Victoria Robles A.

HUACHO PERU STAKE: (June 14, 1998) President - Fernando Pedro Gomez G., 37, executive secretary for Church Educational System, succeeding Carlos

Manuel Zapata Polo; wife, Judy Amanda Cortez G. de Gomez. Counselors - Luis Roberto Nicho A., 48, administrator for Luis Malaga Checa; wife, Maria

Elizabeth Herrera C. de Nicho. Miguel Angel Grados C., 34, truck driver for Pesquera Exalmar S.A.; wife, Selmith Saavedra O. de Grados.



P31 Mantaro Peru

Elder Angel Abrea of the First Quorum of the Seventy officiated at the organization of the Mataro Peru Stake. The Stake, the 32nd in Peru, has a membership of 2, 708 and consists of the Mantaro, Manti, Pilcomayo, Huarancayo, and Mariscal Castilla wards and the Samaritan, San jeronimo, and Chupaca branches.

MANTARO PERU STAKE (July 30, 1989) Created from the Huancayo Peru Stake. President - Manuel Moises Sanchez T., 52, sewing machine mechanic, former district president, branch president, and district seminary coordinator, married Erbolina Barrientos S. Counselors - Jesus Hildebrando Gonzalez G., 31, business executive, former high councilor and stake executive secretary, married Esther Maria Rivera Peru.; Juan Luis Garcia C. ,25, furniture factory owner, former branch president and counselor elders' quorum president and Young Men's President, married Rossana Arana P.

MANTARO PERU STAKE (October 21, 1990) President- Anthony Taipe Quincho, 33, systems analyst, succeeding Moises Sanchez; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, branch president's counselor, and elders' quorum president, married Rosa Martha Salazar Portillo. Counselors - Victor Manuel Arana Vera, 43, accountant for department of roads and highways, former high councilor and elders' quorum president, married Olga Isabel Manrique Perea; Augusto Guerra Paredes, 50, college director and professor, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, Sunday School president, and branch president's counselor, married Magna Pena Alarcon.

MANTARO PERU STAKE: (Jan. 10, 1993) President - Augusto Guerra Paredes, 53, professor of secondary education and economics, succeeding Anthony

Prudence Taipe Quincho; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop and counselor, and Sunday School president, married Magna Pena Alaroom.

Counselors - Victor Manuel Arana Vera, 45, system administrator director, former stake president's counselor, and elders quorum president, married Olga Isabel

Manrique Perea; Hedinson Cairampoma Marmolejo, 36, public relations, former bishop's counselor, elders quorum president, Sunday School president, and

institute teacher, married Nora Luz Capchu Tenicela.



P32 Ica Peru

Elder Hartman Rector, Jr. of the First Quorum of the Seventy created the Ica Peru Stake, the 32nd stake in the South American country. The new stake, with a membership of 2,380, includes the San Isidro, Ica Central, Achirana, San Joaquin, and Santa Maria wards.



ICA PERU STAKE (December 17, 1989) Created from the Ica Peru District of the Peru Lima South Mission. President-Alexander Alfonso Nunez Tamayo, 33, Church Educational System coordinator, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and Elder's quorum president, married Elena Alba Romero. Counselors-Adan Guillermo Bravo Matheus, 32, banker, former branch president, elder's quorum president, and Sunday school president, married Ruth Gladys Soana Jove; Luis Rodolfo Lara Medina, 45, maintenance supervisor, former District President's counselor, branch president and Elder's quorum president, married Nora Gladys Herrera Rojas.

ICA PERU STAKE: (May 10, 1992) President - Fidel Abraham Osorio Alvarado, 29, dentist, succeeding Alexander Alfonso Nunez Tamayo; former stake

mission president, bishop, and branch president, married Veronica Luisa Del Rosario Vega. Counselors - Jorge Ramos Junchaya, 50, history professor, former

stake president's counselor and branch president, married Juana Aurora Rios Rueda; Antonio Jesus De La Cruz Barros, 36, department of credit chief, former high

councilor, district president's counselor, bishop's counselor, and branch president, married Maria Elena Quispe Lizarraga.



P33 Canto Grande Peru, Lima Peru Canto Grande

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Two new stakes - in Peru and California - have been created. Elder Charles Didier of the Seventy created the Canto Grande Peru Stake, which has a membership

2,567 in the Bayover, Canto Grande, Los Manzanos, Via Flores, and Via Hermosa wards and the Wiese Branch.

CANTO GRANDE PERU STAKE (March 18, 1990) Created from the Lema Peru Los Flores Stake. President-Augusto Ordinola S., 30, supervisor of legal department, former High councilor, Stake Young Men's President, bishop's counselor, executive secretary, and ward mission leader, married Gladys Marin Alcantara M. Counselors-Nicolas Ayala C., 38, civil engineer, former High Councilor, bishop and branch president, married Rosa Alayo S.; Juan Crisostomo R., 37, accountant, former high councilor, branch president and counselor and executive secretary, married Sara tangoa C.

Name changed to Lima Peru Canto Grande 7 March 1993.

LIMA PERU CANTO GRANDE STAKE: (March 7, 1993) President - Ruben Gabino Orozco Gonzaga, 49, business owner, succeeding Augusto Ordinola Silva;

former bishop's counselor and elders quorum president's counselor, married Lidia Sanchez Torres, Counselors - Juan Crisostomo Rojas, 40, mission accountant,

former mission president's counselor, stake president's counselor, high councilor, and branch president, married Sara Marina Tangoa Chilon; Hilter Vasquez Perez,

29, university library employee, former high councilor, elders quorum president, ward mission leader, and Young Men president, married Flor De Maria Mirella

Rojas Honorio.



P34 Piura Peru Castilla

Elder F. Melvin Hammond of the Seventy formed the Piura Peru Castilla Stake with 2,537 members in the Catacaos, Chiclayanito, Corpac, Miraflores, and Norte wards, and the Chulucanas, La Union, and Tacala branches.

PIURA PERU CASTILLA STAKE (June 17, 1990) created from the Piura Peru stake. President -Oscar Alfredo Galvez Cordova, 31, operations manager, former high councilor, bishop, branch president, and elders' quorum president , married Marisela Zuniga Roman. Counselors - Jose Alberto Castillo Saldarriaga, 31, manager at electric utility company, former high councilor, bishop, and Young Men's President, married Consuelo del Pilar Camacho Boulangger; Carlos Gustavo Neyra Palacios, 47, former bishop and counselor elders' quorum president and secretary, married Santos Yolanda Lau-Guerrero.

PIURA PERU CASTILLA STAKE: (March 10, 1996) President - Noe Nunez N., 36, motorcycle mechanic; succeeding Oscar Alfredo Galvez Cordova; wife,

Socorro Alicia Barria L. de Nunez. Counselors - Segundon Hector Nayarro G., 36, coordinator for Nature's Sunshine; wife, Digna Maia Viera E. de Nayarro.

Reynaldo Jimenez C., 38, area chief of mechanical production; wife, Berta Nelida Anastacio E. de Jimenez.



P35 Huanuco Peru

Elder Hartman Rector, Jr. of the Seventy created the Huanuco Peru Stake, which has 2, 931 members in the Amarilis, La Alameda, Paucarbamba, Pedro Puellez, and Tarpaca Wards and the Ambo Branch.

HUANUCO PERU STAKE (June 17, 1990) Created from the Huanuco Peru District. President-Raul Rodriguez Sanchez, 43, merchant, former district President, bishop, and branch president, married Luzmila Cabrera Alvarado. Counselors- Oscar Eduardo Gonzales Aguilar, 32, Church Educational System coordinator, former District President's Counselor, stake executive secretary and bishop's counselor , married Amelia Marina Puente Llanos; Carlos Ameida Huaman, 49, former district President's Counselor, branch president and elders' quorum president, married Nancy Pena Eugenio.

HUANUCO PERU STAKE: (Dec. 17, 1995) President - Carlos Almeida Huaman, 45, upholsterer; succeeding Raul Rodriguez Sanchez; former stake president's

counselor, elders quorum president, and branch president, married Nancy Peno Eugenio. Counselors - Mercedes Octavio Vigil Mori, 46, self-employed merchant,

former bishop's counselor, and elders quorum president, married Marina Pinedo Flores; Luis Augusto Chavez Reyes, assistant administrator for Church Educational

System, former district president's counselor, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Liliana Catalina Velarde Ibarra.

HUANUCO PERU STAKE: (May 3, 1998) President - Jose Octavio Montoya R., 37, labor inspector for city of Huanuco; succeeding Carlos Almeida Huaman;

wife, Hilda Flor Cadillo C. de Montoya. Counselors - Paulino Perez R., 53, self-employed legal representative; wife, Maxila Chevez A. de Perez. Mirko Amilo

Sanchez A., 26, administrator; wife, Roxana Emilia Parra P. de Sanchez.



B10 Santa Cruz Bolivia Equipetrol

Elder Charles Didier of the Seventy created the Santa Cruz Bolivia Equipetrol stake, which includes the Belen, Centenario, El Bajio, Equipetrol and Hamacas wards, and the La Guardia and Mangales branches.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA EQUIPETROL STAKE (December 2, 1990) created from the Santa Cruz Bolivia Caņoto st. President -Antonio Rolando Oyola S., 33, business owner, former high councilor and bishop, married Sonia Jimenez Pimentel. Counselors - Rene Quespia C. , 40, business owner, former high councilor, Sunday School president, and branch clerk, married Jenny Renata Sandy Ramirez; Benjamin Flores del Solar, 54, shop manager, former high councilor and bishop, married Eltty Delgadillo.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA EQUIPETROL STAKE: (June 19, 1994) President - Rene Quespia Chalar, 43, hairdresser and business owner; succeeding Antonio

Rolando Oyola Suarez; former stake president's counselor, married Genny Renata Sandy Ramirez. Counselors - Vladimiro Campero Negrete, 48, business

manager, former high councilor, stake executive secretary, bishop and counselor, married Elsa Cardozo Montero; Rune Valdemar Back, 40, farmer, former branch

president's counselor, ward executive secretary, elders quorum president, and Young Men president's counselor, married Satu Sinikka Poyhonen.



P36 Chimbote Peru South

Elder William R. Bradford of the Seventy created the Chimbote Peru South Stake, which includes the Buenos Aires, Gedeon, La Florida, Nuevo Chimbate and San

Juan wards and the Bellamar and Casma branches.

CHIMBOTE PERU SOUTH STAKE: (Mar. 17, 1991) Created from the Chimbote Peru stake. President - Julio Arturo Leiva Ponce, 32, CES coordinator,

former stake president's counselor, bishop, branch president's counselor and Sunday School president, married Bertha Emperatriz Polo Rosas. Counselors - Wilson

Benito Calderon Valerde, 30, business owner, former bishop and counselor and ward Young Men president, married Judith Elvira Gonzales Grados; Victor Raul

Gorbalan Chacon, 46, business owner and chauffeur, former stake clerk, bishop's counselor, ward Sunday School president's counselor and elders quorum

president, married Nelly Luzmila Tristan Barreda.



P37 Lima Peru Chosica

Elder Charles Didier of the Seventy created the Lima Peru Chosica Stake, which includes the Chaclacayo, Chosica, Moroni, Moyopampa and Puente Palomar

wards and the El Sol, Huaycan, Moron, Nana and Pierola branches.

LIMA PERU CHOSICA STAKE: (May 5, 1991) Created from the Lima Peru Vitarte and Lima Peru Las Flores stakes. President - Ricardo Enrique Lazo Torres,

39, business owner, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, married Juana Gloria Salazar Vargas. Counselors - Ezequiel Huaman Lopez, 36, maintenance

company owner, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and branch president, married Violeta Catalina Lopez Abad; Elias Rolando Alfaro Fuertes, 36, motor

technician, former high councilor, bishop, and branch president's counselor, married Elsita Consuelo Otiniano Pesantes.

LIMA PERU CHOSICA STAKE: (Nov. 1, 1998) President - Lorenzo Gino Galli C., 41, Church Educational System regional director, succeeding Ricardo

Enrique Lazo Torres; wife, Mirna Marleni Cepeda C. de Galli. Counselors - Roger Antonio Aguero Valencia, retained. Ezequiel Huaman L., 43, self-employed

promotor; wife, Violeta Catalina Lopez A. de Huaman.



P38 Lima Peru Tahuantinsuyo

Elder William R. Bradford of the Seventy created the Lima Peru Tahuantinsuyo Stake, which includes the Antisuo, Carabayllo, Deseret, Payet, and Tahuantinsuyo

wards, and the Amauta and Los Jardines branches.

LIMA PERU TAHUANTINSUYO STAKE: (May 5, 1991) Created from the Lima Peru Las Palmeras, Lima Peru Lamanita, and Lima Peru Comas stakes.

President - Albino Chagua Cortez, 43, Church Educational System regional coordinator, former stake president, branch president and counselor, married Rosa

Alvarez Saavedra. Counselors - Santiago Quiroz Salazar, 57, retired civil guard, former stake president's counselor, branch president, and Young Men president,

married Clotilde Miranda Vargas Santos; Johnny Enrique Tunque Carrasco, 33, sales agent, former high councilor and bishop, married Rosa Elena Piscoya

Malaver.

LIMA PERU TAHUANTINSUYO STAKE: (March 17, 1996) President - Gustavo Cavero P., 40, owner of Megaser; succeeding Albino Isidro Chagua C.; wife,

Doris Betty Cordero Q. de Cavero. Counselors - Fredy Huaman D., 28, administrator for Com. "Virgen De La Puera"; wife, Victoria Rocio Alcedo R. de Huaman.

Pedro Rodriguez S., 38, finance manager; wife, Livia Altamirano O. de Rodriguez.



E10 Milagro Ecuador

Elder Hartman Rector Jr. of the Seventy created the Milagro Ecuador Stake, which includes the Babahoyo 1st, Milagro 1st, Milagro 2nd, Milagro 3rd, and Milagro

4th wards, and the Babahoyo 2nd and San Carlos branches.

MILAGRO ECUADOR STAKE: (May 5, 1991) Created from the Milagro Ecuador District. President - Alberto Wilfrido Guillen Fuentes, 42, tailor, former

branch president, bishop's counselor, elders quorum president, and Sunday School president, married Aida Esther Arce. Counselors - Pedro Ivan Yepez Mendoza,

28, owner of mechanical repair business, former branch president and counselor, married Jeanetth Del Carmen Espinosa Ortiz; Victor Alejandro Flores Rosado, 33,

physician, former branch president and counselor, elders quorum president and secretary, married Azucena Del Pilar Soledispa Parrales.

MILARGO ECUADOR STAKE: (Feb. 9, 1997) President - Pedro Ivan Yepez M., 34, manager of repairs; succeeding Alberto Wilfrido Guillen Fuentes; wife,

Jeannette Del Carmen Espinosa O. de Yepez. Counselors - Pablo Enrigue Freire V., 28, assistant technician for Geyer S.A.; wife, Nelly Norja Bravo V. de Freire.

Ivan Enrique Chiriguaya R., 31, merchant; wife, Magdalena Ivonne Gaibor V. de Chiriguaya.



P39 Trujillo Peru East

Elder William R. Bradford of the Seventy created the Trujillo Peru East Stake, which includes the Chimu, El Porvenir, Florencia Mora, Gran Chimu, La Noria,

Laredo, and Los Jardines wards.

TRUJILLO PERU EAST STAKE: (June 16, 1991) Created from the Trujillo Peru North and the Trujillo Peru Palermo stakes. President - Raymundo Aponte

Garcia, 53, industrial merchant, former bishop and counselor, branch president, and branch clerk, married Rosa Angelica Alvarado Velasquez. Counselors - Gabriel

Torres Villajulca, 38, Church construction supervisor, former high councilor, stake choir director, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Haidee Martina

Navarro Galvan; Luis Maravil Aguilar Medina, 47, college professor, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and Young Men president, married Zoila Victoria

Burges Toledo.

TRUJILLO PERU EAST STAKE: (Aug. 14, 1994) President - Luis Maravi Aguilar Medina, 50, school teacher; succeeding Raymundo Aponte Garcia;

former stake president's counselor, bishop's counselor, Young Men president, and institute instructor, married Zoila Victoria Burgos Toledo. Counselors - Wilson

Americo Moreno Utrilla, 33, school teacher, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, ward clerk, and elders quorum president, married Sara Mery Regalado

Diaz; Usberto Telmo Pezantes Moya, 31, clothing salesman, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, ward clerk, and young adult ward representative, married

Maria Asuncion Rodriguez Romero.

TRUJILLO PERU EAST STAKE: (April 19, 1998) President - Luis Maravi Aguilar Medina, retained. Counselors - Usberto Telmo Pezantes M., 35, accountant;

wife, Maria Asuncion Rodriguez R. de Pezantes. Romulo Eduardo Enriquez C., 27, shop manager for Children of Peru Foundation; wife, Sandra Hortengia Tello H.

de Enriquez.



E11 Guayaquil Ecuador Centenario

Elder William R. Bradford of the Seventy has created the Guayaquil Ecuador Centenario Stake, which includes the Centenario, La Chala, Letamendi, Los Claveles,

Porvenir, and Pradera wards.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR CENTENARIO STAKE: (Aug. 18, 1991) Created from the Guayaquil Ecuador West, Guayaquil Ecuador South, and Guayaquil

Ecuador Central stakes. President - Luis Guillermo Granja Garcia, 55, hydraulic technician, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop's counselor,

and Sunday School president, married Ana Vicenta Villegas. Counselors - Xavier Porfirio Rivera Mendieta, 35, Church operations and maintenance supervisor,

former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and elders quorum president, married Alicia Magally Escudero Freile; Alex Giovanny Cedillo Cerezo, 30,

physician, former high councilor, married Fanny Maria Herrera Vera.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR CENTENARIO STAKE: (Feb. 5, 1995) President - Burbano Ramos Villegas, 51, accountant, succeeding Luis Guillermo Granja

Garcia; former stake president's counselor and high councilor, married Casimira Pita Figueroa. Counselors - Eddy Absalon Gonzalez Garces, 27, electronic

technician, former stake president's counselor, and high councilor, married Yuli Frine Aroca Montero; Jose Alberto Realpe Poroso, 29, vehicle supply salesman,

former high councilor, bishop's counselor, elders quorum president, and Sunday School president, married Lucila de Guadalupe Marino Leon.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR CENTENARIO STAKE: (Sept. 7, 1997) President - Carlos Stalyn Puruncajas W., 28, sales executive for Onix Company;

succeeding Burbano Ramos Villegas; wife, Maria de Lourdes Ortega G. de Puruncajas. Francisco Gabriel Noles A., 36, drinking water pump operator; wife,

Leyther Janeth Choez Z. de Noles. Juan David Mino P., 36, biologist; wife, Cruz Candeloria Cantos M. de Mino.



E12 Guayaquil Ecuador East

Elder Hartman Rector Jr. of the Seventy created the Guayaquil Ecuador East Stake, which includes the Atarazana, Boyaca, Duran, Nueva Aurora, Primavera, Rio

Guayas and Unidad Nacional wards.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR EAST STAKE: (Aug. 18, 1991) Created from the Guayaquil Ecuador North and Guayaquil Ecuador Central stakes. President -

Jimmy Winston Olvera, 39, former mission president's counselor, stake president's counselor, and bishop, married Leticia Chuchuca. Counselors- Arnaldo Pluas, 39, public employee of police, former stake mission president, bishop and counselor, married Ileana Morbioni; Carlos Enrique Clavijo Hidalgo, 43, veterinarian and manager of pork farm, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and elders quorum instructor, married Gladys Hipatia Nivelo Clavijo.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR EAST STAKE: (May 31, 1992) President - Arnaldo Pluas, 39, public official, succeeding Jimmy Olvera Cabrera; former stake

president's counselor, stake mission president, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Ileana Taire Morbioni. Counselors - Jacinto Humberto Mancero, 33,

general business manager, former bishop, elders quorum president, and Sunday School secretary and teacher, married Marlena Francisca Rivera Escalante; Jairo

Hernan Diaz, 34, sales manager, former high councilor, bishop, branch president, and elders quorum president, married Yanina Carmen Pazmino Rodreguez.



P40 Arequipa Peru Central

Elder William R. Bradford of the Seventy created the Arequipa Peru Central Stake, which includes the Central, Hunter, Lara, Miraflores, and Puerta Verde wards,

and the Alcides Carrion branch.

AREQUIPA PERU CENTRAL STAKE: (Sept. 15, 1991) Created from the Arequipa Peru Manuel Prado and Arequipa Peru Umacollo stakes. President - Cesar

Leoncio Gamarra Gutierrez, 33, professor of medicine, former stake president and counselor, branch president, and Young Men president, married Luisa Fernanda

Montesines Munoz. Counselors - Victor Hugo Gamero, 43, manager of industrial business, former stake president and district president, married Angela Nunez;

Alberto Enrique Mansilla Luque, 31, Church Educational System regional coordinator, former mission president's counselor, bishop, and branch president, married

Ana Maria Vera Mogrovejo.

AREQUIPA PERU CENTRAL STAKE: (May 29, 1992) President - Alberto Enrique Mansilla Luque, 31, Church Educational System regional coordinator,

succeeding Cesar L. Gamarra Gutierrez; former mission president's counselor, stake president's counselor, bishop, and branch president, married Ana Maria Vera

Mogrovejo. Counselors - Luigui Mauro Morales Velasquez, 36, sales agent, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and seminary teacher, married Ana Maria

Gutierrez Valdivia; E. Raul Jauregui Mercado, 36, university teacher, former stake executive secretary, high councilor, and bishop's counselor, married Sorelinda

Vera Mogrovejo.

AREQUIPA PERU CENTRAL STAKE: (May 25, 1997) President - Miguel Angel Gonzales D., 30, digitator of electrical systems for JRC-Seal; succeeding

Alberto Enrique Mansilla Luque; wife, Aida Natali Ezratty S. de Gonzales. Counselors - Fredy Martin Poire P., 34, general coordinator for Kolob; wife, Juana

Marilu Mocarro M. de Poire. Jose Manuel Rodriguez S., 30, construction worker for Linares & Linares Contractors; wife, Gloria Arve B. de Rodriguez.



P41 Chiclayo Peru North, Chiclayo Peru El Dorado

Elder William R. Bradford of the Seventy created the Chiclayo Peru North Stake, which includes the Latina, Los Proceres, Lujan, Moshoqueque and Urrunaga

wards, and the Jose Leonardo Ortiz and Primero De Mayo branches.

CHICLAYO PERU NORTH STAKE: (Oct. 20, 1991) Created from the Chiclayo Peru Central Stake. President - Javier Delgado Torres, 45, merchant, former

bishop and counselor, branch president, and elders quorum president, married Maria Violeta Hernandez Salazar. Counselors - Jose Luis Lopez Orderique, 37,

merchant, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, branch president, and elders quorum president, married Nelly De Los Santos Ugaz; David Orlando Guerrero

Mechan, 30, personnel manager, former high councilor, stake executive secretary, stake Young Men president, and bishop's counselor, married Miriam Ingrid

Navarro Sokolich.

CHICLALYO PERU MOSHOQUEQUE STAKE (FORMERLY CHICLAYO PERU NORTH STAKE): (Oct. 28, 1995) President - Javier Delgado Torres,

retained. Counselors - David Orlando Guerrero Mechan, 34, self-employed chauffeur, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop and counselor, and

seminary teacher, married Miriam Ingrid Navarro Sokolich; Santiago Varaona Sanchez, 30, employed at Catolica Chiclayo, former bishop, ward clerk, and

seminary teacher, married Vilma Rodriguez Arroyo.

Name Changed to Chiclayo Peru Eldorado 29 October 1995.

CHICLAYO PERU EL DORADO STAKE: (Dec. 1, 1996) President - Luis Enrique Villegas V., 33, self-employed; succeeding Javier Delgado Torres; wife,

Maria Angelica Quispe M. de Villegas. Counselors - Humberto Quiroz C., 35, chauffeur; wife, Celinda Vasguez B. de Quiroz. Magin Izquierdo H., 43, police

officer; wife, Juana Rosa Pena D. de Izquierdo.



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Created 24 Nov 1991; Edmundo Chavez Vasquez



E13 Quito Ecuador Inaquito

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy created the Quito Ecuador Inaquito Stake, which includes the El Inca, Inaquito, La Ofelia, Quito Lamenita, and San Carlos

Norte wards, and the Carapungo and Comite Del Pueblo branches.

QUITO ECUADOR INAQUITO STAKE: (Jan. 12, 1992) Created from the Quito Ecuador Santa Ana Stake. President - Horacio Patricio Araya Olivares, 47,

business owner, former stake president, bishop and counselor, and Young Men president, married Eliana Blackie Aguirre Smith. Counselors - Patricio Bustamante

Ramos Fausto, 41, data base administrator, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake Young Men president, bishop, and district president, married

Maria Angelica Vaca Sanchez; Holger Alfredo Moncayo Jarrin, 29, Church Information Systems manager, former stake clerk, high councilor, bishop's counselor,

and seminary teacher, married Sonia Margarita Padilla.

QUITO ECUADOR INAQUITO STAKE: (June 9, 1996) President - Fernando Bolivar Aguirre S., finance consultant for F.M. Associates; succeeding Horacio

Araya Olivares; wife, Ana Lucia Tapia S. de Aquirre. Counselors - Oswaldo Guillermo Andrade R., 42, accountant for Church; wife, Mariana de Jesus Jarrin J. de

Andrade. Olvin Enrique Mora B., 30, assistant administrator for Frureros Monserrate; wife, Lenny Mirella Sornoza Z. de Mora.

QUITO ECUADOR INAQUITO STAKE: (Jan. 25, 1998) President - Fernando Bolivar Aguirre Sosa, retained. Counselors - Oswaldo Guillermo Andrade

Rivera, retained. Julio Anibal Angulo D., 30, technical representative for BASF (Alemana) AG; wife, Sariah Ines Flores T. de Angulo.



E14 Machala Ecuador

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy has created the Machala Ecuador Stake, which includes the Boyaca, Florida, Machala, Pasaje, Puerto Bolivar, Santa Rosa 1st,

and Santa Rosa 2nd wards, and the Brisas del Mar and Pinas branches.

MACHALA ECUADOR STAKE: (March 22, 1992) Created from the Machala Ecuador District. President - Manuel Andres Galan Pereira, 29, sales agent,

former district president and branch president, married Narcisa Cherrez Jarrin. Counselors - Luis Virgilio Flor Flores, 35, high school professor, former district

president's counselor, married Guadalupe Del Valle Navas Martillo; Luis Olmedo Asqui Tierra, 43, former district president's counselor, branch president's

counselor, and elders quorum president, married Gladys Placencia Sanchez.

MACHALA ECUADOR STAKE: (Jan. 28, 1995) President - Luis Flor Flores, 38, college professor, succeeding Manuel Andres Galan Pereira; former stake

president's counselor, married Guadalupe del Valle Navos Mortillo. Counselors - Luis Asqui Tierra, 46, professional chauffeur and retired police officer, former

stake president's counselor, district president's counselor, elders quorum president's counselor, and branch president, married Gladys Florencia Placencia Sanchez;

Pervis Salinas Rivera, 32, teacher at Leonidas Proano College, former district finance clerk, bishop's counselor, elders quorum president, and branch executive

secretary, married Georgina Quito Vasquez.



P42 Chincha Peru

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy has created the Chincha Peru Stake, which includes the Chincha, Imperial, Pueblo Nuevo, Sanchez Cerro, and Sion La

Hermosa wards, and the Canete and Grocio Prado branches.

CHINCHA PERU STAKE: (May 10, 1992) Created from the Chincha Peru District; President - Alfonso Eduardo Ormeno Villa, 38, pediatrician, former district

president, branch president, institute teacher, and elders quorum adviser, married Nancy Jeny Gutierrez Grados. Counselors - Jorge Isaac Anchante Saravia, 41,

accountant, former district president's counselor and branch president, married Maria Elena Torres Tasayco; Gregorio Filomeno Conde Zavala, 55, tailor and

confections sales merchant, former district president's counselor and branch president, married Erlinda Carmela Carbajal Torres.

CHINCHA PERU STAKE: (Nov. 13, 1994) President - Amador Julio Medrano Uceda, 34, teacher; succeeding Alfonso Edurado Ormeno Villa; former stake

Sunday School president, bishop, elders quorum president's counselor, and institute teacher, married Luz Rosario Conde Carbajal. Counselors - Jorge Isaac

Anchante Saravia, retained; Hugo Cordova Arcos, 44, agricultural technician, former stake president's counselor, district president, bishop, branch president, and

seminary teacher, married Clareza Nunes Cardenas.



P43 Iquitos Peru Punchana

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy created the Iquitos Peru Punchana Stake, which includes the Clavero, Ganzo Azul, Mi Peru, Moronillo, and Punchana wards,

and the Bellavista Branch.

IQUITOS PERU PUNCHANA STAKE: (May 23, 1992) Created from the Iquitos Peru and Iquitos Peru Sachachorro stakes. President - Alfonso Federico

Rojas Rocca, 34, taxi owner and driver, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and ward clerk, married Aurora Trujillo Simon. Counselors - Erwin Valderrama

Panduro, 31, hospital technician, former stake president's counselor, bishop, ward mission leader, and elders quorum president, married Maria Trinidad Lemos

Rios; Ramon Pena Encinas, 40, director of regional government statistics, former high councilor, bishop, elders quorum president, and institute instructor, married

Hidelsa Grandez Paredes.

IQUITOS PERU PUNCHANA STAKE: (June 6, 1993) President - Juan Zumba Caballero, 35, government regional supervisor, succeeding Alfonso Federico

Rojas Rocca; former high councilor, stake executive secretary, stake clerk, and bishop's counselor, married Micaela Isabel Alvarado Ventura. Counselors - Ramon

Pena Encinas, retained; Humberto Vilchez Vargas, 36, foreman of electricity company, former bishop and counselor, married Rosalia Gomez Penaherrara.

IQUITOS PERU PUNCHANA STAKE: (May 18, 1997) President - Humberto Vilchez V., 40, shift supervisor for Electro East S.A.; succeeding Juan Zumba

Caballero; wife, Rosaria Gomez P. de Vilchez. Counselors - Ramon Pena Encinas, retained. Angel Marcial Garcia S., 33, self-employed; wife, Yeny Zegarra C. de

Garcia.



P44 Puno Peru, Puno Peru Titicaca, Puno Peru Central

The Puno Peru Stake was also created by Elder Davila. It includes the Huascar, Huayna Capac, Inca Pachacutec, Manco Capac, and Wiracocha wards, and the

Amantani, Rinconada, Sinchi Roca, Tupac Amaru, and Tupac Yupanqui branches.

PUNO PERU STAKE: (May 27, 1992) Created from the Altiplano Peru District. President - Adan Guillermo Bravo Matheus, 34, bank administrator, former

stake president's counselor and district president's counselor, married Ruth Gladys Soana Jove. Counselors - Pedro Tito Huanca, 32, dental surgeon, former branch

president, branch executive secretary, and elders quorum president, married Mary Luz Guerra Bueno; Jose Javier Salas Avila, 32, university music professor, former

high councilor, bishop's counselor, and district president's counselor, married Glenys Jacqueline Riquelme Menendez.

The Puno Peru Stake's name has been changed to Puno Peru Titicaca Stake. There have been no changes in the stake presidency. (26 Nov 1995)

PUNO PERU TITICACA STAKE: (May 19, 1996) President - Juan Zoilo Talavera A., 55, assistant technician for Minister of Interior; succeeding Adan

Guillermo Bravo Matheus; wife, Alicia Rojas C. de Talavera. Counselors - Jose Javier Salas Avila, retained. Aquilino Mendoza P., 45, merchant; wife, Felicitas

Rosa Canaza M. de Mendoza.

Name changed to Puno Peru Central (10 Mar 1998).



P45 Lima Peru Villa Salvador

Elder Davila also created the Lima Peru Villa Salvador Stake, which includes the Jose Galvez, Laderas De Villa, Tablada de Lurin, Villa El Salvador 1st, and Villa

El Salvador 2nd wards.

LIMA PERU VILLA SALVADOR STAKE: (May 31, 1992) Created from the Lima Peru Villa Maria and Lima Peru San Juan stakes. President - Victor N. Tello

Anicama, 42, personnel manager, former high councilor, married Maria Isabel Lopez Cueto. Counselors- Raul Felipe Guzman Egusquiza, 46, hospital nutritionist, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, branch president's counselor, ward mission leader,

elders quorum president, and seminary teacher, married Elisa Teodora Mejia Chuca; Juan Edwing Figueroa Velasco, 46, chauffeur, former high councilor, elders

quorum president, and Sunday School president's counselor, married Aurelia Jane Delgado Gonzales.

LIMA PERU VILLA SALVADOR STAKE: (Sept. 20, 1998) President - Jaime Antonio Vizcardo V., 37, administrator for E. T. Nassac S.A., succeeding Victor

Nicholas Tello Anicama; wife, Ana Villanueva L. de Vizcardo. Counselors - Johnny Fernando Collan S., 35, employed by Church at Lima Peru Temple; wife,

Ciciana Velazco C. de Collan. Gregorio Apaza M., 48; wife, Angelica Godoy L. de Apaza.



E15 Duran Ecuador North

Elder Gene R. Cook of the Seventy created the Duran Ecuador North Stake, which includes the Eloy Alfaro, Los Cerezos, Penon del Rio, Ponton, Rio Amazonas,

and Unidad Nacional wards, and the Primavera and Rio Babahoyo branches.

DURAN ECUADOR NORTH STAKE: (May 31, 1992) Created from the Guayaquil Ecuador East Stake. President - Mark R. Kent, 31, merchant, former

mission executive secretary, high councilor, branch president's counselor, and elders quorum president, married Vilma Francis Valis. Counselors - Eddie F. Pincay

Carpio, 29, computer technician, former stake clerk, bishop, ward clerk, elders quorum president and teacher, married Alexia Veronica Aristega; Lautaro

Bernardino Vera, 33, sales agent, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and Young Men president, married Regina Aleivar Alvarez.

DURAN ECUADOR NORTH STAKE: (April 17, 1994) President - Eddie Frankie Pincay Carpio, 31, computer technician, succeeding Mark Roy Kent; former

stake clerk, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Alexia Veronica Aristeqa Matamoros. Counselors - Lautaro Bernardino Vera Covena, 34, merchant,

former high councilor, bishop and counselor, stake and ward Young Men president, married Regina Genoveva Alcivar Alvarez; Epifanio de la Cruz Moran Borja,

30, factory worker, former high councilor, bishop and counselor, and Sunday School president's counselor, married Carmen Pilar Alava Murillo.



E16 Duran Ecuador South

Elder Cook also created the Duran Ecuador South Stake, which includes the Duran, El Recreo, Ferroviaria, La Ribera, Rio Guayas, and Santay wards, and the

Panorama Branch.

DURAN ECUADOR SOUTH STAKE: (May 31, 1992) Created from the Guayaquil Ecuador East Stake. President - Jimmy Winston Olvera Cabrera, 40,,

former mission president's counselor, stake president and counselor, and bishop, married Leticia Chuchuca. Counselors - Carlos Enrique Clavijo Hidalgo, 44,

manager of mill farms, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and elders quorum instructor, married Gladys Hipatya Nivelo Clavijo; Pablo L.

Loaiza Rapel, 35, odontologist, former high councilor, bishop, and Sunday School teacher, married Jacqueline Coello.



P46 Cuzco Peru Inti Raymi

The Cuzco Peru Inti Raymi Stake has been created by Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy. The new stake includes the Chaski, Inti Raymi, Sacsayhuaman, San

Jeronimo, and Tahuantinsuyo wards, and the Picchu, San Isidro, and Villa Maria branches.

CUZCO PERU INTI RAYMI STAKE: (Nov. 15, 1992) President - Miguel A. Vallenas F., 50, bank executive, former stake president's counselor and high

councilor, married Juana Antonieta Fournier. Counselors - Juan Huaman Chavez, 33, caretaker, former bishop and counselor, branch executive secretary, and

branch clerk, married Zeofila Alvarado Sanchez; Andres Gavancho Ninantay, 46, director of information for radio, former branch president, married Beatriz Rojas

Escalante.



P47 Tacna Peru Arias Araguez

Elder Eduardo Ayala of the Seventy has created the Tacna Peru Arias Araquez Stake, which includes the Alto De La Alianza, Arias Araquez, Augusto B. Leguia,

La Esperanza, Los Granados, and Para Chico wards.

TACNA PERU ARIAS ARAQUEZ STAKE: (Dec. 6, 1992) President - Derliz Guzman Tejadi, 28, journalist, former high councilor, stake clerk, stake mission

clerk, and elders quorum president, married Cecilia Roxana Molina Berrios. Counselors - Manuel S.N. Davilla Zeballos, 38, Church Educational System

coordinator, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, district councilor, and district president, married Maria Ines Hlloa Barrera; Julio Castro Vera, 31,

maintenance engineer, former stake president's counselor and bishop's counselor, married Carranza Pojuelo Lucy Morgot.

TACNA PERU ARIAS ARAQUEZ STAKE: (Sept. 15, 1996) President - Calixto Vilca M., 34, government worker; succeeding Derliz Factor Guzman Tejada;

wife, Victoria Pomd A. de Vilca. Counselors - Nolberto Fernando Condori A., 47, display sales for Humberto Bollo M; wife, Norma Edith De la Vega S. de

Condori. Hugo Vidal Leon V., 26, ; wife, Silvia del Carmen Ramirez C. de Leon.



E17 Guayaquil Ecuador Huancavilca

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy has created the Guayaquil Ecuador Huancavilca Stake, which includes the Acacias, Huancavilca, Malvinas, Pedregal, and

Predera wards, and the Perimetral branch.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR HUANCAVILCA STAKE: (Dec. 6, 1992) Created from the Guayaquil Ecuador South and Guayaquil Ecuador Centenario stakes.

President - Jose Eladio Paredes Garcia, 44, supervisor of industrial security, former stake president and counselor, married Gladys Maritsa Mariduenas Dattas.

Counselors - Teofilo E. Orrala Asencio, 54, electrician, former high councilor, bishop, and branch president, married Zoila Blanchi Zambrano Bazurto; Jorge Luis

Aranguren Bardellini, 30, general manager, former stake mission leader, ward mission leader, Sunday School president, and activities committee chairman, married

Carmen Lorena Marmol Constante.



P48 Lima Peru Bayovar

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy has created the Lima Peru Bayovar Stake, which includes the Arriba Peru, Bayovar, Mariscal Caceres, Valle Sagrado, and Villa

Hermosa wards, and the Mariscal Luzuriaga and Wiese branches.

LIMA PERU BAYOVAR STAKE: (March 7, 1993) President - Augusto R. Ordinola Silva, 33, Church area office employee, former stake president, high

councilor, and bishop's counselor, and ward mission leader, married Gladys Maria Alcantata Morales. Counselors - Nicolas Ayala Cisneros, 40, independent

worker, former stake president's counselor, bishop, branch president, Young Men president, and seminary teacher, married Rosa Alayo Sanches; Fernando

Rodriquez Chuchon, 32, university library employee, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, ward mission leader and Sunday School teacher, married Natividad

Roncal Diaz.

LIMA PERU BAYOVAR STAKE: (Aug. 29, 1999) President -- Luis Aurelio Lazo C., 39,

businessman; succeeding Augusto Rolando Ordinola Silva; wife, Eva

Arevalo L. de Lazo. Counselors -- German Lopez V., 47, salesman; wife, Francisca Alvarado P. de Lopez. Yuri Yehudi Picon S., 37, assistant dental radiologist

for National Police of Peru; wife, Gina Rocio Alcantara M. de Picon.



P49 Pisco Peru

Elder Eduardo Ayala of the Seventy created the Pisco Peru Stake, which includes the La Esperanza, La Villa, Pisco, Pisco Playa, and San Andres wards and the

Independencia, Las Americas, and San Miguel branches.

PISCO PERU STAKE: (March 13, 1993) President - Marcelo P. Munante Salguero, 42, production control chief, former district president's counselor, branch

president, elders quorum president, and Sunday School president, married Mirna Judith Tello Aguirre. Counselors - Pedro Antonio Garcia Diaz, 38, warehouseman,

former branch president and counselor, married Maria Elena Bohorquez Ramirez; Felix Ernesto Roman Almeida, 37, nutritionist, former district president and

counselor, and branch president, married Rosa Olivia Mendosa Sebastiani.

PISCO PERU STAKE: (Dec. 6, 1998) President -- Angel Carlos Camacho P., 34, fur classifier for Curpisco S.A., succeeding Marcelo Priscilliano Munante

Salguero; wife, Lidia Alejondrina Perez M. de Camacho. Counselors -- Felix Ernesto Roman A., 43, driver; wife, Rosa Olivia Mendoza S. de Roman. Alex

Christian Lainez M., 26, self-employed industrial technician; wife, Jeannette Maria Chavez Q. de Lainez.



B12 Cochabamba Bolivia Los Alamos

The Cochabamba Bolivia Los Alamos Stake was created by Elder William R. Bradford of the Seventy, and includes the La Chimba, Los Alamos, Manaco, Sarco,

Villa Moderna, Vinto wards and the Bella Vista branch.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA LOS ALAMOS STAKE: (May 16, 1993) Created from the Cochabamba Bolivia Cobija and Cochabamba Bolivia Universidad

stakes. President - J. Ruben Rivero Zeballos, 54, physician, former elders quorum president and branch president's counselor, married Irma Callejas Chavez.

Counselors - Hiberman Ricaldi Oroza, 38, courier, former stake missionary, bishop, ward family history consultant, married Florencia Elizabeth Illanes Flores;

Gonzalo Luis Camacho Moya, 31, sales agent, former mission president's counselor, and bishop and counselor, married Lanopska Vigueras Oropeza.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA LOS ALAMOS STAKE: (Dec. 10, 1995) President - Gustavo Guillermo Candia A., 42, self-employed businessman; succeeding

Jose Ruben Rivero Z.; wife, Bertha Nora Espinoza B. de Candia. Counselors - Felix Camacho S., 55, manager for Fondo Complementario; wife, Maria Teresa

Fernandez O. de Camacho. Gonzalo Zurita P., 29, employed by Muebleria Vallejos, wife, Sara Vasquez R. de Zurita.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA LOS ALAMOS STAKE: (Dec. 7, 1997) President - Jorge Aldunate P., 40, meteorologist manager for AASANA, succeeding

Gustavo Guillermo Candia Ayala; wife, Trinidad Estela Paz L. de Aldunate. Counselors - Teofanes Oporto V., 67, teacher; wife, Marina Vargas A. de Oporto.

Juan Enrigue Angulo A., 40, assistant buyer for CBI-IST; wife, Araru Nara Egido Z. de Angulo.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA LOS ALAMOS STAKE: (March 7, 1999) President -- Erwin Birnbalimer H., 62, institute director for Church Educational System;

succeeding Jorge Aldunate Poquechoque; wife, Hortencia Cavero M. de Birnbalimer. Counselors -- Constantino Lopez C., 44, self-employed driver; wife Ena

Angelica Mayta B. de Lopez. Roberto Ancalle R., 39, assistant for Mother Care; wife, JoAnne Zingra Portugal D. de Ancalle.



P50 Pucallpa Peru

Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy has created the Pucallpa Peru Stake, which includes the Centenario, Pucallpa, Saenz Pena, Ucayali, and Yarinacocha wards.

PUCALLPA PERU STAKE: (Dec. 5, 1993) Created from the Pucallpa Peru District. President - Fernando Vela Lopez, 41, planning and finance assistant, former

branch president, ward mission leader, and elders quorum president, married Maria Elena Vasquez Cardenas. Counselors - Humberto Quirez Chavarry, 31,

transportation company employee, former district president's counselor, branch president and counselor, married Celinda Vasquez Burga; Segundo Dario Celi

Balcazar, 48, transportation company owner, former branch president and counselor, and ward mission leader, married Mery Tananta Benbino.

PUCALLPA PERU STAKE: (Dec. 7, 1997) President - Saul Meneses G., 44, internal auditor for Emapacop S.A.; succeeding Fernando Vela Lopez; wife, Juana

Gumercinda Peralta T. de Meneses. Counselors - George Victor Brast M., 30, sales assistant for The Maple Gas Corporation; wife, Gaby Luz Panduro S. de

Brast. Javier Oregon R., 31, sales representative for paper supplies; wife, Dina Paredes G. de Oregon.



B13 Santa Cruz Bolivia Piray

Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy has created the Santa Cruz Bolivia Piray Stake, which includes the Alto San Pedro, Camporosa, El Bajio, El Palmar, and Pirai

wards, and the Abundancia, Antofagasta, Carmen, La Guardia, and Magisterio branches.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA PIRAY STAKE: (June 19, 1994) Created from the Santa Cruz Bolivia Equipetrol, Santa Cruz Bolivia Canoto, and Santa Cruz Bolivia

Paraiso stakes. President - Rolando Antonio Oyola Suarez, 37, business owner, former stake president and counselor, and bishop, married Sonia Jimenez Pimentel.

Counselors - Ramiro Antelo Saenz, 35, physician, former stake president and counselor, and bishop, married Elvira Avalos Sumoya; Luis Felipe Cardenas

Montenegro, 30, engineer, former bishop's counselor, branch president, and Sunday School president, married Laura Rojas Valverde.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA PIRAY STAKE: (April 14, 1996) President - Ramiro Antelo S., 37, attorney; succeeding Rolando Antonio Oyola Suarez; wife, Elvira

Avalos S. de Antelo. Counselors - Luis Felipe Cardenas M., 31, credit consultant; wife, Laura Rojas V. de Cardenas. Jose Martin Tellez T., 38, owner of

bookshop; wife, Hilda Campos D. de Tellez.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA PIRAY STAKE: (Feb. 1, 1998) President - Ramiro Antelo Saenz, retained. Counselors - Salomon Balderrama G., 52, transportation

worker; wife, Mery Zuniga V. de Balderrama. Ricardo Nina Quintana, 45, administrator; wife, Angela Consuelo Torranzo E. de Quintana.



P51 Arequipa Peru Selva Alegre

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy has created the Arequipa Peru Selva Alegre Stake, which includes the Alto Misti, Alto Selva Alegre, Central, Graficos,

Miraflores, and Villa Hermoza wards, and Apurimac, Independencia, Porvenir, and Puente Arnao branches.

AREQUIPA PERU SELVA ALEGRE STAKE: (July 24, 1994) Created from the Arequipa Peru Umacollo, Arequipa Peru Manuel Prado, and Arequipa Peru

Central stakes. President - Elias Alberto Rebaza Rado, 46, production supervisor, former stake president's counselor, stake clerk, elders quorum president, and

Sunday School president, married Maria Adalzahinda Atanacio Zevallos. Counselors - Pedro Jose Nunez Yukimura, 33, systems operator, former stake mission

president, bishop, ward clerk, ward mission leader, and elders quorum president, married Rosa Glave Rojas; Jose Francisco Minaya Espinoza, farmer, former stake

mission president, and bishop and counselor, married Ana Maria Milagros Andrade Lozano.



P52 Trujillo Peru Central

Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy has created the Trujillo Peru Central Stake, which includes the Buenos Aires, California, Central, Chan Chan, Los Jardines,

Trujillo, and Vista Alegre wards, and the Monserrat and Union branches.

TRUJILLO PERU CENTRAL STAKE: (Aug. 14, 1994) Created from the Trujillo Peru North, Trujillo Peru Palermo, and Trujillo Peru East Stakes. President -

Pedro Gerardo Rodriguez Herrera, 44, business manager, former mission president's counselor, stake president and counselor, high councilor, and Stake Young

Men president, married Olga Iris Barrientos Urbiola. Counselors - Juan Augusto Leyva Ponce, 34, academic director of Superior Institute of the North, former

mission president's counselor, stake mission president, bishop, and young singles representative, married Luisa Rita Yturbe Gutierrez; Oswaldo Mendoza Moreno,

35, factory worker, former bishop and counselor, and branch president, married Silvia Ivonne Iturbe Gutierrez.

TRUJILLO PERU CENTRAL STAKE: (April 30, 1995) President - Juan Augusto Leyva Ponce, 35, department coordinator of mathematics at university;

succeeding Pedro Gerardo Rodriguez Herrera; former mission president's counselor, stake president's counselor, and bishop, married Urisa Rita Yturbe Guiterrez.

Counselors - Ruperto Guerra Paredes, director and manager of multiple services, former high councilor, stake Sunday School president and counselor, bishop and

counselor, and Young Men president, married Cora Paredes Nunez; Boris Rodolfo Tirado Lozano, 26, business owner, former high councilor, stake mission

president's counselor, stake young adult leader, and bishop's counselor, married Rossana Carolina Leon Alvarez.

TRUJILLO PERU CENTRAL STAKE: (Jan. 18, 1998) President - Juan Augusto Leyva Ponce, retained. Counselors - Rafael Antonio Guerrero A., 28, owner

and manager of computer service; wife, Lucero Maria Diez O. de Guerrero. Jose Narciso Campos R., 32, taxi driver; wife, Jassely Janet Briceno Z. de Campos.



P53 Juliaca Peru

The Juliaca Peru Stake, which includes the Aereopuerto, Rinconada, Tupac Amaru, Villahermosa, and Wiracocha wards, and the Cerro Colorado, and La Capilla

branches, has been created by Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy.

JULIACA PERU STAKE: (Dec. 18, 1994) Created from the Puno Peru Stake. President - Jesus M. Barreda P., 43, sales manager of Roberts & Co., S.A.,

former district president, high councilor, stake clerk, elders quorum president, and branch president, married Maritza Carmela Fuentes Salas. Counselors - Alfredo

Quispe Lupe, 31, merchant of books, magazines and newspapers, former high councilor, and bishop, married Nancy F. Quispe Tonco; Leoncio Quispe Canaza,

33, independent merchant, former high councilor, Sunday School president, and branch president's counselor, married Hermenegilda Ito Yupa.

JULIACA PERU STAKE: (June 14, 1999) President -- Oscar Bedregal S., 29, physician; succeeding Jesus Mario Barreda Ponze; wife, Marleny Herrera L. de

Bedregal. Counselors -- Luis William Cruz R., 40, college director at Efgren Yucra Apaza; wife, Youana Ibarcena D. de Cruz. John Raymundo Benites Z., 29,

physician; wife, Carmen Susana Rosas P. de Benites.



P54 Moquegua Peru

Elder Eduardo Ayala of the Seventy has created the Moquegua Peru Stake, which includes the Belen 1st, Central, El Portillo, Samegua 2nd, and San Fransisco 1st

and 2nd wards, and the Belen 2nd, and Samegua 1st branches.

MOQUEGUA PERU STAKE: (Dec. 18, 1994) Created from the Moquegua Peru District. President - Claudio Luis Zeballos Flores, 44, provincial municipal

administrator, married Ana Paulina Delgado Nunez. Counselors - Ladislao Doloriert Tercero, 29, language teacher, former district councilor, and stake Young Men

president's counselor, married Doraliza Elizabeth Castillo Morrillo; Jurik Salas Salas, 25, sales agent for imports company, former district Young Men president,

bishop's counselor, and elders quorum president's counselor, married Olga Bibiana Quispe Salas.





P55 Ilo Peru

The Ilo Peru Stake was created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy. Wards in the new stake include the Olivar, Ciudad Nueva, Puero, Miramar 1st and 2nd,

Faro, Alto Ilo, and Nuevo Ilo wards.

ILO PERU STAKE: (April 23, 1995) Created from the Ilo Peru District. President - Miguel Fernando Neyra Martinez, 38, security operations supervisor, former

district president, elders quorum president, branch president, and seminary teacher, married Nelly Violeta Arial Angulo. Counselors - Victor Edgar Sanchez

Ccancce, 31, former elders quorum president, and branch president and counselor, married Irma Corena De Sanche Quispe Zuniga; Jose Santiago Cardenas

Cazorla, 55, former ward mission leader and elders quorum president's counselor, married Elsa Esperanza Rodriguez Delcarpio.



E18 Quito Ecuador Chillgallo

The Quito Ecuador Chillogallo Stake has been created by Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy. The new stake includes the Argelia, Atahualpa, Chillogallo, Solanda

and Turubamba wards, and the Guamani, Oriente Quiteno and Tarqui branches.

QUITO ECUADOR CHILLOGALLO STAKE: (May 21, 1995) Created from the Quito Ecuador Santa Ana, Quito Ecuador Colon, and Quito Ecuador Inaquito

stakes. President - Eduardo Calderon P., 42, Church area office manager of human resources, former stake president and counselor, high councilor, and bishop,

married Monica Susana Tayupanta. Counselors - Francisco Fierro Altamirano, 37, assistant personnel manager, former stake president's counselor, high councilor,

bishop's counselor, Young Men president, and Aaronic Priesthood adviser, married Dolores Beatriz Merchan Cedeno; Juan Romero Tigse, 49, self-employed

chauffeur, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop, married Mariona de Jesus Tasiguauo Suguillo.



B14 Potosi Bolivia

The Potosi Bolivia Stake, which includes the Betanzos, Cerro Rico, Ciudad Satelite, Las Delicias, Potosi Centro, and San Martin wards, and the Minero, San

Clemente, and Ticka Loma branches, was created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

POTOSI BOLIVIA STAKE: (June 18, 1995) Created from the Potosi Bolivia Stake. President - Edgar Medardo Lopez Loayza, 43, executive director of airport

projects for Cordero-Fonplata, former district president, high councilor, district executive secretary, elders quorum president, and branch president, married Amalia

Gosler Leano Tovar. Counselors - Edgar Luis Garcia Ruilova, 28, administrative assistant for Fondo de Comercio, married Elvira Velasquez Romero; Benito Pastor

Tapia Fernandez, 53, plumber, former high councilor, Sunday School president's counselor, branch president and counselor, and seminary teacher, married Isabel

Albino Quintanilla.

POTOSI BOLIVIA STAKE: (March 9, 1997) President - Jose Santiago Cejas M., 34, bank employee; succeeding Edgar Merardo Lopez Loayza; wife, Jeanette

Goldi Garcia R. de Cejas. Counselors - Hector Kenny Quintanilla M., 31, working on thesis; wife, Neith Santa Cruz L. de Quintanilla. Moises Daniel Saavedra B.,

34, driver; wife, Janet Calizaya C. de Saavedra.



E19 Santo Domingo Ecuador

The Santo Domingo Ecuador Stake has been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy. Included in the new stake are the El Bosque 1st and 2nd, Las Islas,

Las Palmas and Los Angeles wards, and the El Carmen, and Los Laureles branches.

SANTO DOMINGO ECUADOR STAKE: (Sept. 3, 1995) Created from the Santo Domingo Ecuador District. President - Wilson Alcides Echanique Cueva, 38,

supervisor for Ecuafried Co., former district president and counselor, branch president, branch clerk, branch elders quorum president and instructor, married Gretty

del Carmen Vera Navarrete. Counselors - Victor Hugo Espinoza Chavez, 27, sales and marketing representative, former branch president, branch clerk, Young

Men president, and Sunday School teacher, married Adriana Jacqueline Olmedo Campos; Jose Ramiro Bayas Marfetan, 34, sales executive for Aquilas-Sport,

former high councilor, bishop's counselor, elders quorum president and counselor, and branch president's counselor, married Victoria Georgina Nunez.

SANTO DOMINGO ECUADOR STAKE: (Sept. 6, 1998) President - Jose Gustavo Cuaycal R., 31, administrator for Joel Vance Miller, succeeding Wilson

Alcides Echanique Cueva; wife, Ruth Elena Rodriguez R. de Cuaycal. Counselors - Jorge Enrigue Gavilanes C., 39, agency manager for Emiquesa S.A.; wife, Anais

Balseca T. de Gavilanes. Jose Enrigue Pilaguano G., 56, chauffeur for Santo Domingo Hospital; wife, Livelia Florestila Guevora G. de Pilaguano.



E20 Esmeraldas Ecuador

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy has created the Esmeraldas Ecuador Stake, which includes the Aire Libre 1st, Esmeraldas 1st and 2nd, Libertad, Propicia,

Quininde and Regocijo wards, and the Aire Libre 2nd and Muisne branches.

ESMERALDAS ECUADOR STAKE: (Oct. 22, 1995) Created from the Esmeraldas Ecuador District. President - Jorge Miguel Arroyo Jacome, business owner,

former district president and counselor, district high councilor, elders quorum president, Sunday School teacher, and branch president, married Sandra Violeta

Butzse Estupinan. Counselors - Cesar Omar Intriago Argandona, 34, director of general services for Fomento Bank, former mission president's counselor, district

president, Sunday School president, and branch president, married Marjuri Maria del Consuelo Ferrin Andrade; Fausto Genaro Angulo Vallecilla, 31, electrical

technician, former district president's counselor, executive secretary, elders quorum president, and Young Men president, married Cecilia Elizabeath Angulo Bone.

ESMERALDAS ECUADOR STAKE: (Nov. 24, 1996) President - Jorge Miguel Arroyo Jacome, retained. Counselors - Fausto Genaro Angulo V., 32,

maintenance technician; wife, Coalia Elizabeth Angulo B. de Angulo. Sabino Ivan Montalvan M., 24, repair technician; wife, Maxima Margarita Roman E. de

Montalvan.

ESMERALDAS ECUADOR STAKE: (Aug. 31, 1997) President - Cesar Joel Campos A., 35, computer professor at Camilo Ponce College,; succeeding Jorge

Miguel Arroyo Jacome; wife, Maria Elena Cedeno C. de Campos. Counselors - Edison Pastor Cuero P., 28, unit operator coordinator of "Our Youth Foundation"

and administrative manager for ASO northern residents; wife, Daisys Eufemia Cuero C. de Cuero. Pasgval Zungia P., 30, merchant; wife, Maria del Carmen Diaz

C. de Zungia.

ESMERALDAS ECUADOR STAKE: (March 14, 1999) President -- Cesar Omar Intriago A., 38, owner of Galvantotecnia Technicians; succeeding Cesar Joel

Campos Armijos; wife, Maryuri Maria Del Consuelo Ferrin A. de Intriago. Counselors -- Sergio Emilio Gonzalez P., 69, maintenance technician for Emerald

Broadcasting; wife, Maria Estilita Avila C. de Gonzalez. Francisco Enrique Trejo E., 27, self-employed; wife, Sondra Sugey Castro A. de Trejo.



P56 Chiclayo Peru Latina

The Chiclayo Peru Latina Stake has been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy. The new stake includes Campodonico, Federico Villarreal, Jose Balta,

Latina and Pueblo Nuevo wards, and the Diego Ferre, Ferrenafe and Francisco Cabrera branches.

CHICLAYO PERU LATINA STAKE: (Oct. 29, 1995) Created from the Chiclayo Peru Central, Chiclayo Peru and Chiclayo Peru North stakes, and the

Lambayeque Peru District. President - Oswaldo Humberto Tello Mier y Teran, 35, credit manager for Caja Rural of Chiclayo, former high councilor, bishop and

counselor, and elders quorum president, married Virginia Zuniga Roman. Counselors - Luis Alberto Arroyo Suarez, 52, horse breeding supervisor for Cernor SA,

former stake president's counselor, bishop, and elders quorum president, married Deanira Esperonza Obando Pasapera; Jose Luis Lopez Orderique, 41,

administrator for W. J. Skanka, former high councilor, bishop's counselor, and branch president, married Nelly Delos Santos Ugaz.



B15 Montero Bolivia

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy has created the Montero Bolivia Stake, which includes the Estadium, Floresta, Guabira, Mineros, Montero Estacion, and

Montero Villa Verda wards, and the Pampa La Madre, and Yapacani branches.

MONTERO BOLIVIA STAKE: (Nov. 12, 1995) Created from the Montero Bolivia District. President - Hugo Walter Sandoval Pinto, 52, remunerations officer

for Azucarero Guabira, former district president and counselor, married Raquel Vaca Mercado. Counselors - Julio Jose Zelaya, 31, regional coordinator for Church

area office, former high councilor and bishop, married Rocio Kalinka Vacaflores Suarez; Joaquin Garcia Merida, 39, import dealer in German market, former

district president's counselor, district clerk, bishop's counselor, Sunday School president's counselor, and Sunday School teacher, married Maria Villa Fernadnez.



P57 Puno Peru Bellavista

Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy has created the Puno Peru Bellavista Stake, which includes the Huajsapata, Huascar, La Torre, Manco Capac, and Tupac

Yupanqui wards, and the Amantani, Azoguine, and El Mirador branches.

PUNO PERU BELLAVISTA STAKE: (Nov. 26, 1995) Created from the Puno Peru Stake. President - Pedro Tito Huanca, 35, director of Puno Hospital -

Peruvian Social Security Institute, former stake president's counselor, branch president, branch executive secretary, and branch elders quorum president's counselor,

married Mary Luz Guerra Bueno. Counselors - German Roberto Quispe Zapana, 35, accounting specialist for university, former bishop, and branch president,

married Francisca Condori Flores; Raul Manrique Lozada, 45, computer technician for Peruvian navy, former district president, stake high priests group leader,

bishop's counselor, ward mission leader, elders quorum president, and branch president, married Natvidad Lopez Monge.



DP3 Iquitos Peru Mi Peru

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy has created three stakes. The first is the Iquitos Peru Mi Peru Stake, which includes the Amazonas, La Pradera, Maynas, Mi

Peru, and Moronillo wards, and the Versalles branch.

IQUITOS PERU MI PERU STAKE: (Nov. 26, 1995) Created from the Iquitos Peru, Iquitos Peru Punchana, and Iquitos Peru Sachachorro Stakes. President -

Roger Braga Llerena, 48, assistant administrator for Health Department, former high councilor, stake mission president, stake Sunday School president, and bishop,

married Ana De Jesus Lopez Mera. Counselors - Carlos Torres Bernabel, 45, police administrator, former bishop and counselor, married Gladis Mariela Ruiz

Rengifo; Juan Silvano Uraco, 37, military officer, former bishop's counselor, and ward mission leader, married Yolanda Nunez Acho.

Discontinued 21 June 1998



P58 Iquitos Peru Nueve de Octubre

Second, Elder Davila has created the Iquitos Nueve De Octubre Peru Stake, which includes the Internacional, Las Colinas, Nueve De Octubre, San Juan, and

Tupac Amaru wards, and the Los Molinos, and Santa Clara branches.

IQUITOS NUEVE DE OCTUBRE PERU STAKE: (Nov. 26, 1995) Created from the Iquitos Peru, Iquitos Peru Punchana, and Iquitos Peru Sachachorro Stakes.

President - Johnny Padilla Bustos, 32, warehouse keeper for Aspersud, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake Young Men president, and

seminary teacher, married Narita Leila Amasifuen. Counselors - Victor Meneleo Sanchez Marin, 66, shop manager for transportation department, former bishop,

married Maria Luisa Rengifo Marin; Jorge Araujo Saavedra, 30, merchant, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, and bishop and counselor, married

Julia Carpio Gatica.



B16 Cochabamba Bolivia Jaihuayco

The Cochabamba Bolivia Jaihuayco Stake, which includes the Alalay, Jaihuayco, Petrolero, Siglo XX, and Villa Mexico wards, and the Pagador Branch has been

created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

COCHABAMBA BOLIVIA JAIHUAYCO STAKE: (Dec. 10, 1995) Created from the Cochabamba Bolivia Cobija, Cochabamba Bolivia Los Alamos and

Cochabamba Bolivia Universidad stakes. President - Ivan Jorge Gutierrez A., 30, bank teller and accountant; wife, Maria Chavarria V. de Guiterrez. Counselors -

Roberto Bustamente R., 32, contractor; wife, Coralia Candelaria Escobar G. de Bustamante. Jose Luis Balderrama C., 35, barber; wife, Luisa Camacho M. de

Balderrama.





E21 Ambato Ecuador

The Ambato Ecuador Stake, which includes the Ambato, El Recreo, Latacunga, Miraflores and Pradera wards, and the Banos, Ficoa and Pelileo branches has been

created by Carl B. Pratt, Area Authority.

AMBATO ECUADOR STAKE: (Dec. 10, 1995) Created from the Ambato Ecuador District. President - Jorge Humberto Verdesoto, 48, manager of operations

for Industrial Gas of Tungurahua, former district president and counselor, branch president, and seminary teacher, married Irene Rosa Lascano. Counselors - Angel

Ivan Romo, 27, sales manager, former stake mission president's counselor, ward mission leader, elders quorum president, Young Men president, and branch

president, married Tania Giscela Yanez Ramos; Pompeyo Isidro Borja, 34, independent engineer, former district president's counselor, branch executive secretary,

branch mission leader, and branch elders quorum secretary, married Ana Wilma Calderon Urrutia.



P59 Huanuco Peru Amarilis

In Peru, Walter F. Gonzalez, area authority, has created the Huanuco Peru Amarilis Stake

The Huanuco Peru Amarilis Stake includes the Amarilis, Huallaga, Los Jardines, Paucarbamba and Veintiocho De Agosto wards, and the Ambo, San Cristobal and

San Luis branches.

HUANUCO PERU AMARILIS STAKE: (Dec. 17, 1995) Created from the Huanuco Peru Stake. President - Jesus Antonio Espinoza Solorzano, 39,

self-employed jewelry merchant, former district clerk, bishop, and branch president and counselor, married Edith Albina Isidro Fernandez. Counselors - Cesar

Bernardo Norena Eugenio, 40, technical consultant, former high councilor, Young Men president, branch president, and seminary teacher, married Gloria Esperanza

Bazan Ojeda; Francisco Patricio Penadillo Pedro, 39, merchant, former bishop's counselor, ward mission leader, elders quorum president's counselor, and branch

president, married Severina Diaz Paredez.



P60 Lima Peru Santa Anita

Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy has created the Lima Peru Santa

Anita Stake.The Lima Peru Santa Anita Stake includes the Los Ficus, San Francisco, Santa Anita, Tilda, and Universal wards, and the Andahuaylas and

Bolognesi branches.

LIMA PERU SANTA ANITA STAKE: (Dec. 17, 1995) Created from the Lima Peru Vitarte Stake. President - Jose Humberto Naupari Velez, 48, security

assistant for Church Area office, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, stake Young Men president, and bishop, married Lidia Rodriguez Valdez.

Counselors - Hildebrando Zavaleta Rosado, 51, teacher, former stake president's counselor, high councilor, bishop, and branch president, married Maria Beatriz

Ruiz Rodriguez; Jose Antonio Jara Corrales, 36, section manager for Continental Industries Company, former high councilor, stake clerk, and bishop, married Fany

Elsa Rios Rios.

LIMA PERU SANTA ANITA STAKE: (Jan. 5, 1997) President - Hildebrando Zavaleta R., 52; succeeding Jose Humberto Naupari Velez; school teacher for

Peru department of education; wife, Maria Beatriz Ruiz R. Counselors - Zenon Raul Zavala R., 41; wife, Rosa Beatriz Quispe O. de Zavala. Jose Antonio Jara C.,

37, manager of foam section of Continental Ind. SRL; wife, Fany Elsa Rios R. de Jara.



P61 Cerro de Pasco Peru

The Cerro De Pasco Peru Stake, which includes the Cerro De Pasco, Chaupimarca, La Esperanza, San Juan and Yanacancha wards, and the Carhuamayo,

Columna Pasco and Paragsha branches has been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

CERRO DE PASCO PERU STAKE: (Jan. 21, 1996) Created from the Cerro De Pasco Peru District. President - Bernardo Cristobal S., 48, college director;

wife, Zenobia Paulina Quispe A. de Cristobal. Counselors - Daniel Pariona C., 35, teaching staff of Daniel A. Corrion University; wife, Maria Elena Malqui B. de

Pariona. Wilber Giron M., computer specialist; wife, Rocio Veronica Daga S. de Giron.



E22 Guayaquil Ecuador Alborada

The Guayaquil Ecuador Alborada Stake, which includes the Alborada, Garzota, Samanes, Tanca Marengo, Tarqui, Urdesa and Veintiseis De Febrero wards has

been created by area authority Carl B. Pratt.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR ALBORADA STAKE: (Feb. 11, 1996) Created from the Guayquil Ecuador Central and Guayaquil Ecuador North stakes. President -

Henry Alejandro Mora Z., 32, coordinator for Church Educational System; wife, Rocio F. Paredes J. de Mora. Counselors - Hermes Fernando Lozano O., 52, air

conditioning manager for Cecinico Refrigeration; wife, Elko Enrigueta Mora H. de Lozano. Fausto Anibal Miranda V., 34, employed in civil service; wife, Miriam

Guadalupe Silva H. de Miranda.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR ALBORADA STAKE: (Aug. 29, 1999) President -- Jairo Hernan Diaz C., 41, temple registrar; succeeding Henry Alejandro Mora

Zhuno; wife, Yanina Carmen Pazmino R. de Diaz. Counselors -- Fernando Fermin Ampuno C., 43, finance director; wife, Carmen Lucina Echanique C. de

Ampuno. Jacinto Humberto Mancero M., 40, manager of operations for International Bank; wife, Marlene Francisca Rivera E. de Mancero.



E23 Guayaquil Ecuador El Cisne

The Guayaquil Ecuador El Cisne Stake, which includes the El Cisne, Independencia, Isla Trinitaria 1st, La Colmena, Paraiso and Siete De Septiembre wards, has

been created by area authority Carl B. Pratt.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR EL CISNE STAKE: (Feb. 11, 1996) Created from the Guayaquil Ecuador West Stake. President - Melvin Merchan N., 28,

employed by Sofocles Moran; wife, Teresa Alexandra Navas V. de Merchan. Counselors - Jose Ubaldo Santillan G., 49, construction electrical technician; wife,

Betty Violeta Wong M. de Santillan. Carlos Alberto Loor R., 33, works for city of Guayaquil; wife, Yolanda Janneth Figueroa S. de Loor.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR EL CISNE STAKE: (June 28, 1998) President - Franklin Ivan Centeno C., 34, credit consultant for Unibanco, succeeding Melvin

Merchan Nieto; wife, Francisca Elizabeth Ramirez C. de Centeno. Counselors - Segundo Vicente Henriquez P., 32, master carpenter; wife, Alexandra Fabiola

Moran L. de Henriquez. Fernando Enrique Reyes S., 43, factory worker; wife, Tande Mortercia Silva V de Reyes.





E24 Manta Ecuador

The Manta Ecuador Stake, which includes the Altamira, Cordova, Eloy Alfaro and Tarqui wards, and the Abdon Calderon, Jocay and Montecristi branches, has

been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

MANTA ECUADOR STAKE: (Feb. 25, 1996) Created from the Portoviejo Ecuador Stake. President - Wilson Marino Chinga H., 36, technical teacher at

Ranabi College; wife, Rosa Annabell Nunez F. de Chinga. Counselors - Jose Antonio Ayuso D., 29, dentist for Zapam Association; wife, Elsie Euvenia Macias M.

de Ayuso. Irwin Senen Solorzano T., 32, shift manager for Induhielo; wife, Mayra del Rocio Olivo P. de Solorzano.



P62 Piura Peru Miraflores

The Piura Peru Miraflores Stake has been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy. The new stake includes the Angamos, Ignacio Merino, Miguel Grau,

Miraflores, San Pedro and Tacala wards, and the Chulucanas and Los Algarrobos branches.

PIURA PERU MIRAFLORES STAKE: (March 10, 1996) Created from the Piura Peru and Piura Peru Castilla stakes. President - Jose A. Castillo S., 36, owner

of Cauce Industries; wife, Consuelo del Pilar Camacho B. de Castillo. Counselors - Adriano Ramirez G., 42, administrative manager for R. P. Representations;

wife, Socorro Sanchez G. de Ramirez. Wilfredo Rodriguez S., 34, sales representative for TRC Commercial Industries; wife, Rosa America Saldarriaga C. de

Rodriguez.



P63 Lima Peru Carabayllo

The Lima Peru Carabayllo and Tarrila Bolivia stakes have been created by Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy. The Lima Peru Carabayllo Stake includes the

Carabayllo, Comas 1st, Los Jardines, Pierola and Santa Luzmila wards, and the Maestro and Quinones branches.

LIMA PERU CARABAYLLO STAKE: (March 17, 1996) Created from the Lima Peru Comas, Lima Peru San Felipe and Lima Peru Tahuantinsuyo stakes.

President - Johnny Enrique Tunque C., 38, sales supervisor for Datacont; wife, Rosa Elena Piscoya M. de Tunque. Counselors - Santiago Quiroz S., 62, retired

police officer; wife, Santos Clotilche Miranda de Quiroz. Grover Pinto R., 48, self-employed; wife, Llerenea Cajamarca T. de Pinto.



B17 Tarija Bolivia

The Lima Peru Carabayllo and Tarrila Bolivia stakes have been created by Elder Julio E. Davila of the Seventy. The Tarila Bolivia Stake includes the Central,

Cuarto De Julio, Paraiso, Progreso and Rosedal wards, and the San Bernardo and Tabladita branches.

TARIJA BOLIVIA STAKE: (March 24, 1996) Created from the Tarija Bolivia District. President - Juan Garcia V., 45, superintendent of works for Ingelmglo;

wife, Susana Gutiorres E. de Garcia. Counselors - William Duran M., 31, external fiscal manager; wife, Gladys Castrillo C. de Duran. German Alvarez H., 38,

university technician; wife, Petrona Copa I. de Alvarez.



P64 Lima Peru San Gabriel

The Lima Peru San Gabriel Stake, which includes the Miguel Grau, Pamplona, San Gabriel, Simon Bolivar and Vallecito wards, and the Jorge Chavez and Los

Brillantes branches has been created by Carl B. Pratt, area authority.

LIMA PERU SAN GABRIEL STAKE: (March 24, 1996) Created from the Lima Peru San Juan, Lima Peru Villa Maria and Lima Peru Villa Salvador stakes.

President - Juan Carlos Mercado B., 41, associate accountant for Chia Accountancy Studios; wife, Sara Teresa Gomez C. de Mercado. Counselors - Felipe Arica

B., 52, self-employed; wife, Santos Mercedes Castillo de Arica. Luis Salvador Pena D., chauffeur

supervisor for Lince; wife, Margarita Hilmer Cahuaza T. de Pena.



P65 Lima Peru Surco

The Lima Peru Surco Stake, which includes the Los Sauces, Monterrico, San Borja, San Roque, Surco and Surquillo wards, and the Javier Prado and Vista Alegre

branches has been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

LIMA PERU SURCO STAKE: (March 24, 1996) Created from the Lima Peru Chorrillos, Lima Peru Limatambo and Lima Peru San Luis stakes. President -

Alejandro Julian Llanos M., 60, police officer; wife, Maria Eugenia Gonzales M. de Llanos. Counselors - Juan Manuel Rivera P., 50, production manager; wife,

Gladys Gavilano M. de Rivera. Jose Ignacio Soto P., 33, accountant for Aspersud Finance; wife, Giovanna Ines Morales R. de Soto.



P66 Ayacucho Peru

The Ayacucho Peru Stake and the Sucre Bolivia Stake have been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy. The Peru stake includes the Alameda, Belen,

Garcilazo, Las Americas, Manco Capac and Mariscal Caceres wards, and the Huanta and Las Casuarinas branches.

AYACUCHO PERU STAKE: (April 21, 1996) Created from the Ayacucho Peru and Huamanga Peru districts. President - Job Edwin Quintanilla P., 30,

merchant; wife, Emigdia Ena Pretell U. de Quintanilla. Counselors - Leoncio Arnao C., 53, builder for Construction Industries; wife, Feliciana Marcelina Mejia Q.

de Arnao. Annon Pedro Arias J., 30, merchant; wife, Emma Vianey Chavez A. de Arias.



B18 Sucre Bolivia

The Sucre Bolivia Stake have been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.. The Bolivia stake includes the Churuquella, Estacion, Las Delicias, Mesa Verde, San Juanillo and Universidad wards, and the Petrolero and Santo Domingo branches.

SUCRE BOLIVIA STAKE: (April 28, 1996) Created from the Sucre Bolivia District. President - Estaban Portillo R., 41, employed by Jafa Instruments; wife,

Fanny Farrufino M. de Portillo. Counselors - Freddy Quiroga A., 43, works in statistics and invoices for Intel S.A.; wife, Lidia Leonor Flores L. de Quiroga.

Rodolfo Zuna Vargas, 42, technician for Tacno Farma; wife, Luz Mila Martinez C. de Vargas.



P67 Lima Peru Rimac

The Lima Peru Rimac Stake, which includes the Cercado, Ingenieria, Leoncio Prado, and Rimac 1st, and 2nd wards, and the El Manzano, Nicolas De Pierola, and

Ventura Rossi branches, has been created by Elder Carl B. Pratt, an area authority.

LIMA PERU RIMAC STAKE: (June 16, 1996) Created from the Lima Peru Central and Lima Peru Palao stakes. President - Gustavo Guillermo Andrade B., 37,

dentist/private consultant; wife, Zulme Monica Avila B. de Andrade. Counselors - Huiberto Hinojosa P., 52, works in quality control for Iquitos Trading; wife,

Maria Rosa Coral C. de Hinojosa. Abraham W. Chapeyquen R., 47; wife, Maria Pajuelo V. de Chapeyquen.



B19 La Paz Bolivia Alto San Pedro

The La Paz Bolivia Alto San Pedro Stake, which includes the Alto San Pedro, Indaburo, Las Lomas, Nuevo Potosi and Pioneros wards, and the El Rosal branch,

has been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

LA PAZ BOLIVIA ALTO SAN PEDRO STAKE: (June 30, 1996) Created from the La Paz Bolivia Sopocachi Stake. President - Juan Carlos Mogrovejo R., 42,

teacher; wife, Deisy Evsebja Cerruto de Mogrovejo. Counselors - Boris Claudio Carrasco A., 34, service and maintenance worker for Eimes; wife, Silva Escobar

de Carrasco. Miguel Abel Cortez A., 41, self-employed; wife, Virginia Crespo S. de Cortez.



P68 Ventanilla Peru

The Ventanilla Peru Stake, which includes the Angamos, Arenas, Naval, Pedro Beltran and Ventanilla wards, and the Los Alamos and Mi Peru branches, has been

created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

VENTANILLA PERU STAKE: (Sept. 8, 1996) Created from the Ventanilla Peru District. President - Luis Arnaldo Alvarado Z., 41, employed in archive

department for business newspaper; wife, Maria Gladys Luna R. de Alvarado. Counselors - Jaime Vargas G., 36, manager for J.V. Representatives; wife, Rosa

Yolanda Chumbes A. de Vargas. Mathias Armando Cavero P., 33, administrator for Cleaning Power; wife, Regina Jessica Garcia F. de Cavero.



P69 Tacna Peru Alameda

The Tacna Peru Alameda Stake, which includes the Augusto B Leguia, La Arboleda, Las Palmeras, Los Cedros, Los Granados, Panamericana, Para Chico,

Primavera, and Unanue wards, has been created by Elder Francisco J. Vinas of the Seventy.

TACNA PERU ALAMEDA STAKE: (Sept. 15, 1996) Created from the Tacna Peru Arias Araquez Stake. Roger Valdivia R., 32, accounting supervisor for

Profuturo A.F.P.; wife, Alma Rosa Arratia T. de Valdivia. Counselors - Julio Castro V., 35, production operator for Laive S.A.; wife, Lucy Margort Carranza P.

de Castro. Edison Vilchez M., 35, executive for Solventa Bank; wife, Ruth Delcy Zeballos D. de Vilchez.



P70 Tacna Peru Los Angeles

The Tacna Peru Los Angeles Stake, which includes the Grau, Inclan, Jorge Chavez, Los Angeles, Pocollay and Ramon Castilla wards, has been created by Elder

Francisco J. Vinas of the Seventy.

TACNA PERU LOS ANGELES STAKE: (Sept. 15, 1996) Created from the Tacna Peru Stake. President - Rolando Melchor A., 40, sales promoter and director

of Image Institution for Zona Franca Industrial; wife, Isabel Cristina Aranibar G. de Melchor. Counselors - Sergio Corvacho, , finance executive for Profuturo; wife,

Patricia Guadalupe Viveros S. de Corvacho. Socretes Jimenez C., 29, sales agent for Roberts Automation; wife, Angelicia Ynes Viveros S. de Jimenez.





P71 Cajamarca Peru

The Cajamarca Peru Stake, which includes the Aeropuerto, Atahualpa, Cajamarca, Chontapaccha, El Imperio and El Ingenio wards, and the El Jardin,

Independencia, La Recoleta and Pueblo Libre branches, has been created by Elder Carl B. Pratt, area authority.

CAJAMARCA PERU STAKE: (Oct. 13, 1996) Created from the Cajamarca Peru and Cajamarca Peru Recoleta districts. President - German Maximo Centurion

S., 38, employed in the -Department of Agriculture; wife, Rosa Hilda Linares E. de Centurion. Counselors - Percy Ulises Silva V., 30, self-employed; wife, Nanly

Jackeline Goffing M. de Silva. Luis Revilla V., 32, self-employed produce merchant; wife, Maria Anita Bazan H. de Revilla.

CAJAMARCA PERU STAKE: (Aug. 22, 1999) President -- Abel Javier Romo G., 31, teacher; succeeding German Maximo Centurion Saenz; wife, Edith Cotrina

V. de Romo. Counselors -- Alberto Alvarez O., 51, works in licensing department of city government; wife, Maria Elena Barrantes de Alvarez. Enrique Perez O.,

32, credit analyst for Care-Peru; wife, Carmen Del Socorro Villena R. de Perez.



P72 Chiclayo Peru La Victoria

The Chiclayo Peru La Victoria Stake, which was created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy and includes the Bosque, Fraternidad, Imperio, La Victoria, Los

Andes and Union wards.

CHICLAYO PERU LA VICTORIA STAKE: (Nov. 3, 1996) Created from the Chiclayo Peru Stake. President - Erasmo Delgado R., 35, business owner; wife,

Rosa Amena Aurazo H. de Delgado. Counselors - Segundo Ricardo Alfaro L., 35, executive secretary for Church Area office; wife, Martha Cecilia Bustamante M.

de Alfaro. Edgar Eduardo Zuloeta S., 27, works in public transportation; wife, Ruth Petronila Quispe Z. de Zuloeta.

CHICLAYO PERU LA VICTORIA STAKE: (Nov. 1, 1998) President - Edgar Eduardo Zuloeta S., 29, self-employed in public transportation, succeeding

Erasmo Delgado Rivera; wife, Ruth Petronila Quispe Z. de Zuloeta. Counselors - Manuel Baltazar Monja C., 24, credit consultant for Creaito Financial; wife, Maria

Monica Castro A. de Monja. Luis Antonio Montenegro P., 30, assistant administrator for Dicoper S.A.; wife, Janeth Merida Calla H. de Montenegro.



B20 Oruro Bolivia Agua de Castilla

The Oruro Bolivia Agua De Castilla Stake, which includes the Agua De Castilla, America, Estacion, Litoral, Magisterio and Moroni wards, and the Chiripujio

branch, has been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

ORURO BOLIVIA AGUA DE CASTILLA STAKE: (Nov. 24, 1996) Created from the Oruro Bolivia Stake. President - Johnny Chambi J., 41, producer of

foods and marketing; wife, Beatriz Antonia Mendizabal C. de Chambi. Counselors - Humberto Chavez R., 43, personnel manager for Cobbel; wife, Fructuosa

Balderama R. de Chavez. Mirko Lobaton E., 28, administrator for commercial trading business; wife, Maria Aleyda Rodriguez F. de Logaton.



E25 Esmeraldas Ecuador San Rafael

The Esmeraldas Ecuador San Rafael Stake, which includes the Airre Libre 1st, Los Jardines, Propicia, Quininde and Tolita wards, and the Aire Libre 2nd, El

Obrero, Forestal and Paraiso branches, has been created by Elder Carl B. Pratt, an area authority.

ESMERALDAS ECUADOR SAN RAFAEL STAKE: (Nov. 24, 1996) Created from the Esmeraldas Ecuador Stake. President - Cesar Omar Intriago A., 35,

dairy farmer; wife, Maria del Consuelo Ferrin A. de Intriago. Counselors - Felipe Santiago Cevallos E., 52, carpenter; wife, Beatriz Modesta Quintero B. de

Cevallos. Rafael Pena V., 43, works in art and advertising; wife, Mariana del Jesus Moncayo M. de Pena.



P73 Lima Peru La Molina

The Lima Peru La Molina Stake, which includes the La Molina, La Molina Vieja, Musa, Santa Felicia and Santa Patricia wards, and the Cieneguilla, Las Vinas and

Manchay branches, has been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

LIMA PERU LA MOLINA STAKE: (Jan. 5, 1997) Created from the Lima Peru Vitarte Stake. President - Abel Telesforo Gonzales R., 58, coordinator for

Church Educational System; wife, Elsa Iana Paz Soldan E. de Gonzales. Counselors - Jaime Arnaldo Young R., 47, assistant recorder at Lima Peru Temple; wife,

Edith Zuzunaga T. de Young. Glenn Scott Karlinsey, 32, assistant operations manager for Continental Grain Co.; wife, Dayna Bunnell Karlinsey.



E26 Otavalo Ecuador Imbabura

The Otavalo Ecuador Imbabura Stake, which includes the Carabuela, Cotama, Iluman, Imbaya, Peguche, Pucara, and San Roque wards, has been created by Elder

Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

OTAVALO ECUADOR IMBABURA STAKE: (Jan. 19, 1997) Created from the Otavalo Ecuador Stake. President - Juan Jose Munoz O., 36, coordinator for

Church Educational System; wife, Laura Burga A. de Munoz. Counselors - Jose Segundo Romero M., 42, textile worker; wife, Maria Beatriz Vasquez M. de

Romero. Rafael Ruiz O., 42, weaver; wife, Zoita Matilde de Ruiz.



P74 Arequipa Peru Zamacola

The Arequipa Peru Zamacola Stake, which includes the Aeropuerto, Belaunde, Buenos Aries, Chachani, Francisco Bolognesi, Villa Continental, and Zamacola

wards, has been created by Elder Carl B. Pratt, an area authority.

AREQUIPA PERU ZAMACOLA STAKE: (Feb. 23, 1997) Created from the Arequipa Peru Umacollo Stake. President - Federico Antonio Rosas M., 31, plant

manager; wife, Fabiola Rodriguez V. de Rosas. Counselors - Elias Mamani C., 43, taxicab driver; wife, Anselma Jihuallanca F. de Mamani. Prudencio Idme G., 44,

worker; wife, Carmen Uargas de Idme.



P75 Lima Peru Las Violetas

The Lima Peru Las Violetas Stake, which includes the El Ermitano, Job, Jose Galvez, Las Violetas, Los Pinos, Madre Selva and San Pablo wards, and the Los

Andes branch, has been created by Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Seventy.

LIMA PERU LAS VIOLETAS STAKE: (May 18, 1997) Created from the Lima Peru Lamanita Stake. President - Elias Humberto Alcantara G., 32, director and

producer of Promotions Spectaculor; wife, Virginia Emperatriz Flores R. de Alcantara. Counselors - Jaime Daniel Carpio V., 34, administrator of textiles company;

wife, Elva Conde A. de Carpio. Alejandro Jaimes E., 45; wife, Isidora Utani C. de Jaimes.

LIMA PERU LAS VIOLETAS STAKE: (Aug. 8, 1999) President -- Jaime Daniel Carpio V., 36, general administrator for Mia Textile S.A.; succeeding Elias

Humberto Alcantara Garcia; wife, Elva Liliana Conde A. de Carpio. Counselors -- Eduardo Rey Salinas V., 29, merchant; wife, Beatriz Genoveva Geronimo R. de

Salinas. Raul Filadelfo Rios T., 32, mathmetics teacher; wife, Celia Giovanna Quintanilla Q. de Rios.



P76 Lima Peru Campoy

The Lima Peru Campoy Stake, which includes the Campoy, Chimu, El Valle, Mangomarca, Portada del Sol, Solidaridad and Vipol wards, and the Huachipa

branch, has been created by Elder Carl B. Pratt of the Seventy.

LIMA PERU CAMPOY STAKE: (May 18, 1997) Created from the Lima Peru Las Flores Stake. President - Carlos Roberto Cabrera R., 30, physician at

Farmindostria Pharmaceutical Lab; wife, Liliam Mirtha Pincay L. de Cabrera. Counselors - Neri Martinez Z., 33, salesman for Alianza Metallurgy SA; wife,

Carolina Francisca Sanders G. de Martinez. Carlos Rodolfo Anqulo Z., 40, employed by inlaying manufacturing company; wife, Crizelda Valdivia C. de Anqulo.





P77 Arequipa Peru Hunter

The Arequipa Peru Hunter Stake, which includes the Alcides Carrion, Augusto Freyre, Avelino Caceres, Berlin, Hunter, and San Juan De Dios wards, and the

Buena Vista, Leon Del Sur, and Palacio branches, has been created by Elder Francisco J. Vinas of the Seventy.

AREQUIPA PERU HUNTER STAKE: (May 25, 1997) Created from the Arequipa Peru Central Stake. President - Alberto Enrique Mansilla L., 36, Church

Educational System Coordinator; wife, Ana Maria Vera M. de Mansilla. Counselors - Raul Edgar Jauregui M., 41, professor at Santa Maria Catholic University;

wife, Sorelinda Vera M. de Jauregui. Yuri Delgado de la Flor G., 32, sales executive for Computer Center S.A.; wife, Saby Stella Santiago L. de Delgado de la

Flor.



E27 Guayaquil Ecuador Pascuales

The Guayaquil Ecuador Pascuales Stake, which includes the Colinas Del Sol, Doce De Octubre, Florida, Gallegos Lara, Mapasingue, Union Civica and Via Daule

wards, has been created by Elder Francisco J. Vinas of the Seventy.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR PASCUALES STAKE: (June 8, 1997) Created from the Guayaquil Ecuador Prosperina Stake. President - Luis Fernando Ramirez

C., 46, plant manager for Kuritex; wife, Iris Elizabeth Cevallos P. de Ramirez. Counselors - Jorge Vicente Neira M., 48, business owner; wife, Maria Liliana Mora

J. de Neira. Rogelio Cervellon Ocana J., 35;wife, Teresita Secundina Irrazabal de Ocana.



P78 Lima Peru Santa Isabel

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Created 15 Jun 1997; Gerardo R. Jillar Quevedo



E28 Quevedo Ecuador Guayacan

Elder Eran A. Call of the Seventy has created two stakes in Ecuador, the Quevedo Ecuador Guayacan Stake and Quevedo Ecuador San Camilo Stake. The

Guayacan stake includes the El Empalme, Guayacan, Guayas, Mirado, Progreso and Quevedo wards.

QUEVEDO ECUADOR GUAYACAN STAKE: (Sept. 7, 1997) Created from the Quevedo Ecuador Stake. President - Jose Meliton Vera L., 34, regional

coordinator for Church Educational System; wife, Emy Pino R. de Vera. Counselors - Cesar Reinaldo Cantos G., 31, sales agent for Jackson Chan.; wife, Sissy

Elizabeth Rivas M. de Cantos. Angel Oliverio Fonseca G., 64, electrician; wife, Ana Maria Fonseca G. de Fonseca.



E29 Quevedo Ecuador San Camilo

Elder Eran A. Call of the Seventy has created two stakes in Ecuador, the Quevedo Ecuador Guayacan Stake and Quevedo Ecuador San Camilo Stake.The San Camilo stake includes the Nuevo Jerusalem, Porvenir, Primavera, Republica and San Camilo wards, and the Valencia branch.

QUEVEDO ECUADOR SAN CAMILO STAKE: (Sept. 7, 1997) Created from the Quevedo Ecuador Stake. President - Angel Cristobal Garcia M., 63,

president of Second Tribunal Penal Los Rios Court for Supreme Court of Justice; wife, Olga Celinda Adum Q. de Garcia. Counselors - Ivan Ernesto Rosero M.,

33, security guard; wife, Julia Albertina Ojeda C. de Rosero. Martin De Jesus Veliz B., 48, construction worker; wife, Armida Besilda Ubilla C. de Veliz.



E30 Guayaquil Ecuador Puerto Liza

The Guayaquil Ecuador Puerto Liza Stake, which includes the Amazonas, Domingo Norero, Los Claveles, Porvenir and Sedalana wards, and the Jorge Delgado

and Otavalo branches, has been created by Elder Francisco J. Vinas of the Seventy.

GUAYAQUIL ECUADOR PUERTO LIZA STAKE: (Sept. 7, 1997) Created from the Guayaquil Ecuador Centenario Stake. President - Luis Eduardo Romo

M., 38; wife, Katty Pamela Guerrero A. de Romo. Counselors - Patricio Eucebio Herrera M., 49, instructor in aluminum and glass construction; wife, Patita Ulda

Alvarado G. de Herrera. Cristobal Sanchez C., 55, business owner; wife, Amada Leon A. de Sanchez.



E31 Cuenca Ecuador

The Cuenca Ecuador Stake, which includes the Alamos, Azogues, Miraflores, Las Americas, Tarqui and Tomebamba wards, and the El Batan, Monay,

Totoracocha and Yanuncay branches, has been created by Elder Francisco J. Vinas of the Seventy.

CUENCA ECUADOR STAKE: (Nov. 23, 1997) Created from the Cuenca Ecuador District. President - Wilson Arcesio Pulla Q., 36, industrial electronics

consultant for Prodilec; wife, Concepcion Cecilia Lojano L. de Pulla. Counselors - Edison Giovanny Cardenas C., 33, salesman; wife, Sonia Maria Troya V. de

Cardenas. Jack Steven Arguello L., 26, business technician consultant for Jamie Rios; wife, Ana Eulalia Pintado S. de Arguello.





P79 Trujillo Peru Esperanza

The two new stakes in Peru and the stake in Bolivia were created by Elder Richard J. Maynes of the Seventy. The Trujillo Peru Esperanza Stake includes the Indoamerica,

Jerusalen, Jordan, La Esperanza, Los Robles, Pueblo Libre and Victoria wards.

TRUJILLO PERU ESPERANZA STAKE: (Jan. 18, 1998) Created from Trujillo Peru North Stake. President - Laureano Gaspar Arellano L., 45, bakery owner;

wife, Gladys Marina Tejada S. de Arellano. Counselors - Luis Alberto Gil L., 39, department supervisor for Fenix Industries S.A.; wife, Francisca Magdalena

Romirez M. de Gil. Oscar Andres Leon Saldana, 27, cabinet maker; wife, Maria Patricia Paredes C. de Saldana.



P80 Trujillo Peru Laureles

The two new stakes in Peru and the stake in Bolivia were created by Elder Richard J. Maynes of the Seventy. The Trujillo Peru Laureles Stake includes the El Alto, El Sol, La Perla, Los

Laureles, Moche, Monserrat and Salaverry wards.

TRUJILLO PERU LAURELES STAKE: (Jan. 18, 1998) Created from the Trujillo Peru Central and Trujillo Peru Palermo Stakes. President - Luis Yvan Sanchez

C., 44, supervisor for Hidrandina S.A.; wife, Nelly Trinidad Melenez G. de Sanchez. Counselors - Segundo Leonardo Reyes Z., 39, self-employed shoemaker;

wife, Emperatriz Azanero M. de Reyes. Sergio Rosendo Bendezu B., 48, supervisor for Supemsa; wife, Maria Esperanza Ramirez A. de Bendezu.

TRUJILLO PERU LAURELES STAKE: (Feb. 28, 1999) President -- Oscar Cotrina B., 40, institute director for Church Educational System; succeeding Luis

Ivan Sanchez Campero; wife, Rosario Sofia Tello M. de Cotrina. Counselors -- Leonardo Reyes Z., retained. Sergio Bendezu B., 49, sales supervisor for Otto

Kunz; wife, Maria Esperanza Ramirez A. de Bendezu.



E32 Quito Ecuador La Ofelia

The Quito Ecuador La Ofelia Stake, which includes the Cangahua, Carcelen, Carcelen Libre, Cotocollao, El Condado, La Ofelia, Prados Del Oeste and Pusuqui

wards, has been created by Elder Richard J. Maynes of the Seventy.

QUITO ECUADOR LA OFELIA STAKE: (Jan. 25, 1998) Created from the Quito Ecuador Inaquito Stake. President - Olvin Enrique Mora B., 32, administrative

assistant for Monserrate Stores; wife, Lenny Mirella Sornoza Z. de Mora. Counselors - Renzo Gilberto Baquerizo A., 33, productions manager for Boehringer

Ingelheim; wife, Isabel Francisca Ortega S. de Baquerizo. Jose Luis Naranjo N., 30, systems manager for Incandes Group; wife, Ximena Alexandra Ulcoa L. de

Naranjo.





B21 Santa Cruz Bolivia El Bajio

The two new stakes in Peru and the stake in Bolivia were created by Elder Richard J. Maynes of the Seventy. The Santa Cruz Bolivia El Bajio Stake includes the

Camporosa, El Bajio, Jardin, La Guardia and Monte Rey wards, and the Carmen and Telchi branches.

SANTA CRUZ BOLIVIA EL BAJIO STAKE: (Feb. 1, 1998) Created from the Santa Cruz Bolivia Piray Stake. President - Jose Martin Tellez T., 40,

self-employed; wife, Hilda Marcelina Campos D. de Tellez. Counselors - Ivan Rodolfo Lujau P., 31, administrator for Fortaleza; wife, Martha Hatividad Oliva M.

de Lujan. German Quisbert E., 38, administrator of transportation; wife, Vivian Andrea Taboada R. de Quisbert.





P81 Trujillo Peru Porvenir

A new stake has been created in Peru by Elder Francisco J. Vinas of the Seventy. The Trujillo Peru Porvenir Stake includes the Centenario, El Porvenir, La

Rinconada, Laredo, Los Jazmines, Progreso and Razuri wards.

TRUJILLO PERU PORVENIR STAKE: (April 19, 1998) Created from the Trujillo Peru East Stake. President - Wilson Americo Moreno U., 36, teacher; wife,

Sara Mery Regalado D. de Moreno. Counselors - Jose Antonio Chavez D., 33, self-employed merchant; wife, Maria Elena Gonzales M. de Chavez. Victor Loyola

S., 38, consultant; wife, Felicita Rocio Cisneros C. de Loyola.



E33 Quito Ecuador Calderon

The Quito Ecuador Calderon Stake has been created by Elder Richard J. Maynes of the Seventy. It includes the Carapungo, Colla Loma, Comite Del Pueblo, El

Vergel and La Bota wards, and the Calderon and Moran branches.

QUITO ECUADOR CALDERON STAKE: (April 19, 1998) Created from the Quito Ecuador Colon Stake. President - Jorge Gonzalo Montoya C., 30,

accountant for Church area office; wife, Fatima Alexandra, Urgiles C. de Montoya. Counselors - Carlos Cristobal Rosero P., 47, airplane maintenance supervisor

for Ecuador Air Force; wife, Diane Mercedes R. de Rosero. Edwin Giovanni Marcillo P., 28, assistant administrator for Alemata Technician Cooperative; wife,

Gioconda Noemi Escobar E. de Marcillo.






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