Carl W. Buehner
|Carl W. Buehner|
|Second Assistant in the Young Men’s Mutual Improvement Association|
|September 30, 1961– 1967|
|Second Counselor in the Presiding Bishopric|
|April 6, 1952– September 30, 1961|
|End reason||Honorable release of Joseph L. Withlin and his counselors|
|Born||Carl William Buehner
December 27, 1898
|Died||November 11, 1974
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
|Resting place||Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park
|Parents||Carl F. and Anna Buehner|
Carl William Buehner (December 27, 1898 – November 11, 1974) was a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1952 to 1961 and was the Republican Party candidate for governor of Utah in the 1968 election.
Prior to his call as a general authority, Buehner served in the LDS Church as a bishop and stake president and was a member of the Church Welfare Committee. In 1952, he was called as second counselor to the church's Presiding Bishop Joseph L. Wirthlin. He served in this capacity until 1961, when Wirthlin was succeeded by John H. Vandenburg.
Immediately following his release, Buehner was called as second assistant to Joseph T. Bentley in the general superintendency of the church's Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association. When Bentley was succeeded by G. Carlos Smith in 1962, Buehner again served as second assistant until 1967, when he was succeeded by George R. Hill.
Buehner later served as a regional representative. He was also president of the Great Salt Lake Council of the Boy Scouts of America. He was awarded the Silver Beaver for his contribution to the Boy Scouts.
Buehner died in Salt Lake City. He was married to Lucille Thurman and they were the parents of four children.
- “Carl W. Buehner Dies, Ending Life of Service,” Ensign, January 1975, p. 79
- Deseret Morning News Church Almanac, 2007
|The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints titles|
Verl F. Scott
|Second Assistant in the
Young Men’s Mutual Improvement Association (Young Men)
September 30, 1961 – 1967
George R. Hill III
Thorpe B. Isaacson
|Second Counselor in the Presiding Bishopric
April 6, 1952 – September 30, 1961
Victor L. Brown