Junius Elmarion Driggs Edit Profile
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While president, his primary responsibilities included greeting temple patrons and interviewing recommended temple workers as well as recommending temple workers. He often attend regional stake conferences and local sacrament meetings, where he urged church members to carry out genealogical work and to attend and assist in the performance of temple ordinances. In larger temples, like the Mesa temple, presidents usually serve for three years, but Driggs served for five years until 1980.
Driggs had served as a stake president prior to his calling as temple president in addition to his having been a regional representative of the Twelve.
Member Phoenix Human Relations Commission, 1964-1969. Chairman Arizona Heart Association, 1961. Chairman Phoenix chapter National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1965-1967, member at large board trustees, board governors.
Advisory board Phoenix Salvation Army, since 1965, Roosevelt council Boy Scouts American, since 1956.
Son of Don Carlos and May (Robison) D. M. Bernice Crouse, May 18, 1933. Children: Don C., Sharon Driggs Hall, Deanna Driggs Florian, Stephen C., Michael R.
DiedJuly 8, 1994 (aged 87)
NationalityUnited States of America
ReligionThe Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints
Political Partymember Church Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (regional representative Council of Twelve 1967-1974, president Arizona temple 1975-1980).