President and Sister Salerno

    President and Sister Salerno have a daughter, Leslie. She is sealed to her husband, Alan Schraifer, and they have a beautiful son of a year and a half, Noah.

    They live in the western zone of Greater Buenos Aires, in Ramos Mejía, right outside of the capital of Argentina.

    President Salerno served as Counselor in the Argentina Buenos Aires West Mission, Counselor in the Argentina Buenos Aires West Stake, Bishop of the Ramos Mejía ward, Counselor of the Bishopric, Member of the High Council, Young Men´s Stake President, Ward Clerk, High Priests Leader, and ward Young Adults Leader, among other callings.

    President Salerno is a Pharmacy Doctor, and he also has an MBA (Master of Business Administration) from BYU. He speaks several languages such as Spanish, English and Portuguese, and some French and Italian. He likes music, video, computing and technology (a lot!), and now especially playing with his grandson, Noah.

    Sister Salerno served as Stake Seminary Supervisor, Daily and Supervised Seminary Teacher, Stake and Ward Young Women President, Ward Primary President, Stake and Ward Relief Society President, and Sunday School teacher, among other callings.

    She is an Elementary School Teacher, and speaks some English. She likes painting, cooking and doing genealogical research. And above all, spending time with her family.

    They are very happy to serve in the Comodoro Rivadavia Mission and help growing the Kingdom of God in the end of the world.