New leaders picked for Mandarin-speaking LDS congregation

Church is part of Pleasanton California Stake

The Pleasanton California Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has appointed Alex Tang as the new president of its Dublin 2nd branch, a Chinese Mandarin-speaking congregation that meets at 8203 Village Parkway in Dublin.

The branch is one of six Mormon congregations in Pleasanton and Dublin.

Tang, who is a senior technical leader for Cisco Systems, Inc., will serve with Po Chi Ho as 1st Counselor and Tommy Jones as 2nd Counselor, also newly-appointed.

The church operates with a lay ministry and all of its local members serve without pay.


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