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New Latter-day Saint Mission Leaders Arrive in Suva

President LaMar L. Layton and Sister Lynnette Stark Layton ― new leaders for the Fiji Suva Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – arrived in Fiji this month.

The Laytons succeed President Kenneth D. Klingler and Sister Janis Klingler, and will serve in their new missionary assignments for the next three years.

President and Sister Layton have two children, and come from Draper, Utah, United States.

President Layton is a former stake president, counselor in a stake presidency, bishop, senior missionary in the Tonga Nukualofa Mission, and missionary in the Latter-day Saints’ Illinois Chicago Mission. He is the founder of Decisive Investor.

President Layton was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Lawrence Martin Layton and Lida Marlene Prince.

Sister Layton served with her husband in the Tonga Nukualofa Mission and is a former stake Young Women president, ward Relief Society president, ward Primary president, and counselor in a stake Relief Society presidency.

She was born in Rexburg, Idaho, to Earl William Stark and Loretta Ririe.






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