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Shigeki  Moriyama

President Shigeki Moriyama

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Spouse: Mary
Served: 1986 - 1989
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LDS Church News
Week beginning April 20, 1986

Shigeki Moriyama, 57, assigned to Japan Osaka Mission; stake president's counselor, Elwood Ward, Tremonton Utah South Stake; former stake president's counselor, high councilor, elder's quorum president, and ward clerk; manager of information systems with Church Materials Management Department; received bachelor's degree from Weber State College in Ogden, Utah, and master's degree from Utah State University; born in Helper, Utah, to Taneto and Mine Yoshimura Moriyama; married Mary Y. Sato; three children. She serves in the genealogical name extraction program and is Sunday School in-service leader, former teacher in Relief Society, Primary and Young Women, primary secretary and Junior Sunday School coordinator; born in Garland, Utah, to Ushizo Anzai and Tora Sato.
 
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