Biography: President Akagi was Bishop of the Wahiawa Hawaii Ward when called to preside over the Japan Central Mission. An electrician by trade, he was born in Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii, in 1925.
A native of Wahaiwa, Hawaii, Sister Akagi had served with her husband on a building mission in Japan, and in the presidencies of Primary, Relief Society and YWMIA, as Sunday School secretary, and as associate meetinghouse librarian.
Activities: President Akagi was called as President of the Japan Missionary Training Center in January 1991. Prior to that time, he had served as a high councilor, seventies quorum president, and bishop's councilor. He died a few months later, on April 2, 1991, while serving as the President of the JMTC.
After his death Sister Akagi returned to Japan to serve in the Tokyo temple.