On Dec. 9, Elder Whitney Clayton, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints presidency of the Quorum of the Seventy, and Elder Craig G. Fisher reorganized the stake presidency of the Tooele Valley View Stake. President Craig Sellers replaced President David Hall. He will be the second president to serve in the Tooele Valley View Stake that was created in the fall of 2004. A stake president is typically called for nearly a decade of service and oversees several wards and thousands of members. There are almost 3,200 members, seven wards and one branch in the Tooele Valley View Stake. The Spanish speaking branch incorporates Latin Americans throughout the entire Tooele County. About 1,078 people attended the special conference.