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Elder Michael T. O'Connor

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Presidents:
Kenji Akagi (1974 - 1977) | Robert Thomas Stout (1977 - 1980)
Served: 1977 - 1979
Areas Served:
Nishinomiya, Kobe II, Mission Home, Ibaragi
Companions:
Lee A. Daniels | Ronald D. Hathcock | Lyle D. Johnson | Brent L. Nielsen | Joe Plaisted | Ed Seims | Marty Tingey | Gregory Lindsay Walker
Your Occupation: Custom Cabinet Shop Owner
Spouse: Rhonda
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My wife (Rhonda) and I live in Idaho Falls, Idaho. We have five children, three are married, two still at home. I have a bachelor's degree from the University of Utah and a Master's from Idaho State University. I taught full-time seminary for seven years. A few years back, I decided to start my own custom cabinet-making business. We have eight employees and have stayed pretty busy, even in the down economy (a real blessing). I think of my mission experiences every day. . . my mission has created a great spiritual foundation for me. Also, yakimeshi, gyoza, yakisoba and sukiyaki are regular meals at our house. Lots of fun.
 
Created: 13 Mar 2008  Modified: 15 Mar 2009
Last Login: 02 Feb 2013 03:24:15 AM
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