Steven H. Stewart, (2002-2005) 58, President Stewart worked as an executive director of the Utah Judicial Conduct Commission in Salt Lake City, Utah before becoming President of the Canada Vancouver Mission in June of 2002. He received a bachelor's degree in history and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Utah. He then practiced trial law in Salt Lake City for twenty-two years. His callings in the Church have included counselor in a university stake presidency, high councilor, bishop, counselor in a bishopric, Young Men president, High Priest group leader, and ward mission leader. He was born in Los Angeles, California to Harold L. and Bette Q. Stewart. He married Anne Griffiths in the Salt Lake Temple.
Sister Stewart served as a counselor in a university stake Relief Society presidency, young adult Gospel Doctrine teacher, Young Women adviser, Primary president, and Relief Society teacher. She received a bachelor's degree in business education with a minor in English from the University of Utah and has worked as a major gifts officer at the University of Utah. Sister Stewart was born in Ogden, Utah to Melvin W. and Mildred G. Griffiths and was raised in Las Vegas, Nevada.
President and Sister Stewart have five children, including four daughters and one son. They also have two granddaughters and one grandson. Two of their daughters served missions-one in Mauritius and Reunion (French-speaking islands located in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Madagascar) and one in Uruguay. Their youngest daughter is currently serving in the Hungary Budapest Mission. October 28th 2002