Ho Ching called as president of Apia Samoa Temple

Source: Deseret News

The First Presidency of the LDS Church has called Beaver Taituliatu Ho Ching  as new temple president and Judy Ann Miller Ho Ching as matron. They will begin their service later this year.

Beaver Taituliatu Ho Ching, 70, Riverton 23rd (Samoan) Branch, Riverton Utah Stake, called as president of the Apia Samoa Temple, succeeding President Douglas W. Jessop. President Ho Ching’s wife, Judy Ann Miller Ho Ching, will serve as temple matron, succeeding Sister Helen Jessop. He is a branch president and is a former Area Seventy, president of the Philippines Quezon City Mission, stake president, bishop, patriarch, and temple sealer. Semi-retired president and general manager, he was born in Fagaalu, Pago Pago, American Samoa, to Charles Ralph and Tolaitupu Ruth Soliai Ho Ching.

Sister Ho Ching is a Relief Society teacher, has served with her husband as he presided over the Philippines Quezon City Mission, and is a former ward Relief Society and Young Women president, and temple ordinance worker. Born in Opportunity, Washington, to Kermit Norman Miller and Violet Marie Harmon.

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