Learn about the new Provo City Center Temple president and matron
The following new temple president and matron have been called to serve by the First Presidency. They will begin their service later this month.
Curtis Hoehne and Joanne Hoehne
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Curtis John Hoehne and Joanne Jacox Hoehne, Slate Canyon 8th Ward, Provo Utah Stake, called as president and matron of the Provo City Center Temple, succeeding President A. LeGrand Richards and Sister Cindy Richards. Brother Hoehne is a patriarch, temple sealer and primary teacher, and a former temple presidency counselor, stake president, high councilor, bishop and elders quorum president. A retired director of global events at Nature’s Sunshine Products, he was born in Salt Lake City to Herbert Fred Hoehne and Irene Hall Hoehne.
Sister Hoehne is a patriarch’s scribe, primary teacher and temple ordinance worker and a former assistant to the matron, stake primary presidency counselor, ward Young Women president and ward Primary president. She was born in Riverside, California, to Gordon Lee Jacox and Yvonne Young Jacox.