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Elder William Petersen

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Presidents:
Kiyoshi Sakai (1978 - 1981) | Sam K. Shimabukuro (1981 - 1984)
Served: 1980 - 1982
Language(s) spoken:English, Japanese
Areas Served:
Izumi, Yamagata, Furukawa, Tendo
Companions:
Roger Malone | Jeff Matthews | Mark Peck | Jim Price | Kim W Reid | Mike Roberts
Your Occupation: Graphic Designer, Realtor
Comments:
I married Luisa Rueda in October of 2015. She is from Bucaramanga, Colombia.
I have been able to visit Japan several times, .

I still have several friends that I keep in close touch with. One, Akira Takeda from Yamagata (now living in Mito), has visited us several times. And Tomio (Tommy) Maehata from Furukawa went backpacking with my dad and brothers and sons and I in June of 2003. I am self-employed as a graphic designer, specializing in multimedia for corporate events and trade shows. I am also a Realtor, in partnership with my wife, Luisa. We also sell solar panels.
Yoroshiku!
 
Created: 15 Oct 2004  Modified: 19 Sep 2016
Last Login: 19 Sep 2016 01:14:45 PM
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