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Elder Andrew Hall

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Presidents:
Morris R. Sterrett (1986 - 1989) | Douglas Matsumori (1989 - 1992)
Served: 1988 - 1990
Areas Served:
Amagasaki, Suita, Kobe, Kakogawa, Futenma
Companions:
Brian Darrell Bangerter | Richard Scott Cahoon | Michael D Moser | Brent William Place
Your Occupation: University faculty
Spouse: Jenifer Larson-Hall
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I married Jenifer in 1990, and we went to the University of Pittsburgh to get our degrees. We spent about six years in Japan, me working on a doctorate in Japanese History, Jenifer teaching English at Japanese universities. We lived in Fukuoka and Nagareyama (Chiba-ken). Along the way we adopted four children, Lachlan (b. 1999) and Case (b. 2007) in the US through LDS Family Services, and Kiki and Aiko (both b. 2002) in Japan through Fukuoka City. Jenifer and I taught at the University of North Texas. Now I teach Japanese history at Kyushu University.
Other companions I had: Ross Curtin, B-something, Brian Colton, Thad Morton, Robert Herrick, Watson, Sean Pollard, Travis Wilcox
 
Created: 18 May 1997  Modified: 15 Mar 2016
Last Login: 16 Mar 2016 05:54:12 PM
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