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Edward L. Clissold (Dec'd '85)

President Edward L. Clissold (Dec'd '85)

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Served: 1948 - 1949
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Deceased, was the first president over the Japan Mission including Kyushu
following the end of World War II.


President Edward LaVaun Clissold was born in Salt Lake City April 11, 1898 and eventually served a mission to the Hawaiian islands in the early 1920's. He joined the navy, and as an officer eventually moved to Hawaii. While in Hawaii he served as an Admiral in the U.S. Navy, as well as in various church callings including Oahu Stake President and Laie Temple president in 1936-38,42-44, and again from 64-66 after returning from the mission. With his great love for, and understanding of the polynesian people he created the Polynesian Cultural Center and it was opened with the support of President David O. Mckay. After WWII President Clissold was very uniquely permitted to return to Japan and both represent the U.S. and the LDS church ushering in the final phase of the Marvelous work in The Northern Far East!
 


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