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President James G. Andrus

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Spouse: Joan Morrison
Served: 1999 - 2002
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Your Occupation: retired major general US Air Force
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James G. Andrus was called to serve as president of the Venezuela Caracas Mission at the age of 61. At that time, he was a member of the Pleasant View 4th Ward, Provo Utah Edgemont South Stake. He was serving as a high priests group leader. He had served formerly as a counselor in a stake presidency, a high councilor, a stake mission president, a mission president's counselor, a counselor in a district presidency, a bishop and bishop’s counselor, a ward mission leader, an elders quorum president, a seventies group leader, a Blazer Scout leader, a Sunday School teacher, a priests quorum adviser, and a missionary in the Central American Mission. He had retired as a commander of the 3rd U.S. Air Force in the United Kingdom and as a NATO Chief of Staff. He received a bachelor's degree in geography from Brigham Young University and a master's degree in Latin American area studies from the University of Utah. He was born in Bell, California to James Roman and Irva Rose Pratt Andrus. He married Joan Morrison. They have five children.

Sister Andrus was serving as a counselor in the Young Women presidency when she received her call to serve with her husband in Venezuela. She had served formerly a counselor in the district Relief Society presidency, a ward Young Women president and counselor, a Relief Society president and counselor, a seminary teacher, a choir director, and a Primary chorister. She attended Brigham Young University and Glendale Community College. She was born in Cold Spring Harbor, New York to James Carl and Mary Cecelia Bowen Morrison.

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Church News Archive, 03/06/1999 . . . New and returning mission presidents
Venezuela Caracas: James Andrus to succeed Timothy Warren Nicolaysen.

Church News Archive, 05/08/1999 . . . New mission presidents
James Andrus from the Provo Utah Edgemont South Stake will serve as president of the Caracas Mission.

Church News Archive, 05/08/1999 . . . Quick response to Venezuelan Floods
Pres. Andrus said that missionaries in La Guaira were stranded for three days and three nights.

Church News Archive, 03/09/2002 . . . New and returning mission presidents
Venezuela Caracas: Allan Jay Webb succeeding James Gregory Andrus.

James G. Andrus fue llamado para servir como presidente de la Misión Venezuela Caracas cuando tenía 61 años de edad. En aquella epoca, él era un miembro del Barrio Pleasant View Cuatro, Estaca Provo Utah Edgemont Sur. Él estaba serviendo como el líder del grupo de los sumo sacerdotes. Él había servido antes como un consejero en una presidencia de la estaca, un councilor alto, un presidente de la misión de la estaca, un consejero del presidente de la misión, un consejero en una presidencia del districto, un obispo y un consejero al obispo, un líder de la misión del barrio, un presidente del quorum de los elderes, un líder del grupos de los setenta, a un líder de los escouts, un maestro de la escuela dominicana, un consejero del quorum de los sacerdotes, y un misionero de regla en la Misión de America Central. Él se había retirado como comandante del tercer fuerza aérea de los ESTADOS UNIDOS en el Reino Unido y también como jefe de personal de OTAN. Él recibió una licenciatura en la geografía de la universidad de Brigham Young y un certificado de maestro en los estudios del área de americana latina de la Universidad de Utah. Él nació en Bell, California. Sus padres se llaman James Roman e Irva Rose Pratt Andrus. Se casó con Joan Morrison. Tienen cinco hijos.

La Hermana Andrus estaba sierviendo como una consejera en la presidencia de las mujeres jovenes cuando recibió su llamada para servir con su esposo en Venezuela. Ella había servido antes como una consejera en la presidencia de la sociedad de soccorro del districto, una presidenta y consejera de las mujeres jóvenes del barrio, una presidenta y un consejera de la sociedad de soccorro, una maestra de seminario, una directora del coro, y una chorister en la primaria. Ella atendió la Universidad de Brigham Young y la Universidad de la Comunidad de Glendale. Ella nació en Cold Spring Harbor, Nueva York. Sus padres se llaman James Carl y Maria Cecelia Bowen Morrison.
 
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