This blog covers the years 2014-2016 when we (the Robisons) were at the Ghana MTC. To see the blog covering the period 2016-2018 click on this link:

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Welcome Back President and Sister Graham

Ghana Accra Temple President and Matron - President and Sister Stephen L. Graham
Today our missionaries were welcomed to the Ghana Accra Temple by a new temple presidency.  Stephen LaMar Graham, 71, Oak Hills 2nd Ward, Provo Utah Oak Hills Stake, was called to be the  president of the Accra Ghana Temple, succeeding President George B. Afful. President Graham’s wife, Vanessa Jane Schofield Graham, now serves as temple matron, succeeding Sister Victoria B. Afful. He most recently served as a senior missionary couple chaplain at BYU-Hawaii. He has served as president of the Tahiti Papeete Mission, president of the Ghana Missionary Training Center, bishop and temple ordinance worker. Retired associate director of training at the Provo Missionary Training Center, he was born in Rigby, Idaho, to Leonard Everett and Evelyn Green Graham.
Sister Graham also just served as a senior missionary couple at BYU-Hawaii. And she served with her husband as he presided over the Tahiti Papeete Mission and over the Ghana Missionary Training Center. She has also served as stake and ward Young Women camp director, counselor in a ward Relief Society presidency, ward Primary president and temple ordinance worker. She was born in Rochdale, Lancashire, England, to John Armitage Schofield and Irene Plumtree.

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