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Elder Nigel Robert Waters

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Presidents:
Daniel M. Jones (1992 - 1995) | Daniel George Hamilton (1995 - 1998)
Served: 1995 - 1997
Language(s) spoken:English
Areas Served:
Armadale
Ballajura
Daglish
Heathridge
Joondalup
Geralton
Rockingham
Warwick
Companions:
Stephen Goth | David Hepworth | Simon C Mamouney | Russell Morgan | Ryan Parker
Your Occupation: Library Team Leader
Spouse: Amy
Comments:
G'day APMer's,

My mission days still go down in history as the most rewarding and spiritual days of my life. I thank Heavenly Father for the many blessings I have received as a result of serving him as a full-time missionary. I am married with 3 children and trying to keep fit and happy. I'm currently managing a small public library and am enjoying it. To all my companions - I loved every minute of our time together. Lot's of highs and lows. The church is true boys!

Love Nigel
 
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Last Login: 12 Aug 2008 07:32:31 PM
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