The 60th convention of the LCMS Central Illinois District was held July 17–19 in Springfield, Ill.
Turner re-elected in Iowa District West
The district held its 41st convention June 26–28 in Milford, Iowa.
Michigan District elects Davis to first term
The Rev. David A. Davis replaces the Rev. Dr. David P.E. Maier, who reached the limit of allowable terms after serving as district president for 13 years.
Snow re-elected in Nebraska
The Rev. Richard L. Snow was elected at the LCMS Nebraska District’s 20th convention, held June 24–25 in Kearney, Neb.
English District elects Hardy to third term
The district’s 57th convention was held June 20–22 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Rockey elected to first term in Florida-Georgia District
The Rev. James H. Rockey had previously served as the district’s second vice-president.
Gibson re-elected in Pacific Southwest District
The Rev. Dr. Mike Gibson ran unopposed and was elected by a vote of acclamation.
Iowa District East re-elects Saunders
The Rev. Dr. Brian Saunders was elected to his fifth term as president of the LCMS Iowa District East at the district’s 41st convention, held June 24–25 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Stuckwisch elected in Indiana District
The Rev. Dr. D. Richard Stuckwisch was elected to his first term as president of the LCMS Indiana District at the district’s 23rd convention, held June 23–24 in Fort Wayne.
Forke elected to sixth term in Montana
The district held its 35th convention June 13–16 in Billings, Mont.
Wilson re-elected in Ohio District
The Ohio District convention was held June 22–24 at Concordia University Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Pingel elected in Eastern District
The district held its 100th convention June 17–18 in Tonawanda, N.Y.
South Wisconsin District re-elects Wille
The district held its 56th convention June 12–14 in Mequon, Wis.
Hagan elected to third term in Missouri
The LCMS Missouri District’s 21st convention was held June 12–14 in Columbia, Mo.
Southeastern District elects Harmon
Harmon succeeds the Rev. Dr. John Denninger, who is retiring after serving three terms as district president.