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Sister Elizabeth Ann Takasaki (Inouye)

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Presidents:
Walter S. Teruya (1974 - 1977) | Richard D.S. Kwak (1977 - 1978)
Served: 1976 - 1977
Areas Served:
Morioka, Koriyama, Fukushima, Sendai
Companions:
Yuriko Rees (Arakaki)
Your Occupation: homemaker
Spouse: Roman Takasaki
Comments:
I would like to contact my Aisuru Doryo-tachi: Haraguchi-Shimai, Shiki-Shimai, Kikuchi-Shimai, Fukuda-Shimai, Smith-Shimai, Davis-Shimai, and Arakaki-Shimail. I would also like to contact other Japanese sisters with whom I lived: Hamasaki-Shimai, Pickett-Shimai, Hikiji-Shimai, Tamashiro-Shimai and the wonderful Elders with whom we served. My son, Stephen, is now serving in the Tokyo North mission and his companion is Kikuchi-Shimai's son (Elder Hayashi). My husband, Roman, and I have two other children, Aimee who is at BYU studying piano, and David who is 11 years old. We love the gospel and are grateful to be members of our Savior's church. Thank you for your great examples of faith and dedication. We would love to hear from you.
 
Created: 10 Oct 2004  Modified: 10 Oct 2004
Last Login: 20 Apr 2011 10:58:20 PM
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