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Elder C. Stephen (Steve) Strong

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Presidents:
Walter S. Teruya (1974 - 1977) | Richard D.S. Kwak (1977 - 1978)
Served: 1976 - 1978
Areas Served:
Sendai, Fukushima, Hirosaki, Yamagata, Tendo, Hachinohe/Morioka
Companions:
Bryan Yoshio Fukuda (Deceased) | ernest Kalilimoku | Mark Mccullough | Loren David Olsen | Gene Sorensen | Val David Steed | Robert Brent Van Wagoner
Your Occupation: Sales of Waterwell Cameras
Spouse: Cindy Smyly Strong
Comments:
I love to keep up with mission friends, as the mission is most treasured of my memories. I have been fortunate enough to travel to Japan several times on business and have a ward in Tokyo I visit every time I go. I was married 22 years, but divorced in 2004. I re-married in the Fresno Temple December 4, 2004. Between Cindy and I we have 8 children!

I got my BA from BYU in 1984 and my MBA from Thunderbird in 1985.

I've taught early-morning seminary for the past 4 years, but now my wife and I are the Nursery Leaders in our ward!
 
Created: 08 Oct 2004  Modified: 04 Oct 2013
Last Login: 04 Oct 2013 03:16:14 PM
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