New Building: Along National Road 6, Slarkram, Siem Reap, Siem Reap Province CAMBODIA (North side of road, in the Eastern part of city, near the bus station area as you arrive from Phnom Penh by Bus.) Siem Reap Branch 9:00 AM
Other Branches In Cambodia: Lot b011705 Rom Chek Village 4 Sangkat Ratanak Battambang City LOT 011705 ROMCHEK CAMBODIA
The English-speaking International Branch in Phnom Penh is located in the South District Center on Road #6, heading South a block or two past the Intersection with Mao Tze Dong Road. It will be on the right side behind a tall gate. Sacrament Meeting starts at 10:00 AM. UPDATE: The International Branch may have moved to the smaller meetinghouse a few blocks North of the mission home. We will update this page once the new meeting info is confirmed. Until then, please visit Mormon.org to search for any updates about Branch 13 meeting places and times, or contact the mission office.
Phnom Penh Branches: Building 267 Street 63 Sangkat Tole Bassac Khan Chamkarmorn Phnom Penh PHNOM PENH CAMBODIA
David C. Moon a former executive at Word Perfect Corporation has been called to serve as the next mission president in Cambodia. The biography that appeared in the Church News says he was a former missionary in Thailand (by age that would put him late Brown, early Lowe time frame). He is not registered at the Thailand Bangkok Mission Alumni site. He will succeed Scott B. Smedley as President of the Cambodia Phnom Penh Mission.
Information from the LDS Church News on Saturday March 17, 2012 follows: David Carlton Moon, 53, and Kathryn Thomas Moon, seven children, Cambodia Phnom Penh Mission; Alpine 9th Ward, Alpine Utah Stake. Brother Moon serves as a counselor in a stake presidency and is a former stake clerk, bishop, Young Men president, elders quorum president and missionary in the Thailand Mission. General partner, EsNet, Ltd. Born in Fairbanks, Alaska, to David Milton and Karen Carlton Moon. Sister Moon serves as a stake sports specialist and Primary teacher. She is a former Young Women president, Primary president and counselor in a Relief Society presidency. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Gordon Monson and Bonnie Thomas