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Elder Yoshihiko Taniuchi

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Presidents:
Walter S. Teruya (1974 - 1977)
Served: 1974 - 1976
Areas Served:
Shiogama, Odate, Sendai, Iwaki, Yamagata, Ichinoseki
Companions:
Don Asay | Rick J Kiser | Thomas Marlo Knowles | Raymond K Lovell (Deceased) | John Elliott Mason
Your Occupation: Sales Representative
Spouse: Hazel
Comments:
Hi, minasan ogenki desuka? Ogaard choro reminded me that
I haven't updated my comment for ages. so I decided to do so.
First, I am planning to attend the "2014 (40th) reunion"; so hopefully, I get to see all my companions and choros and shimais
that I know.
I live in Kobe and work for an US company as a sales representative in the region. At church, I serve as branch president for the Kansai branch (an English speaking branch in the Kansai area which serves Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, and Kobe).
I log in this website once in a while and it is natsukashii to
hear of the updates of those I know. Hope all of you are genki and show up in the 40th reunion. jah mata! genki de ne!
 
Created: 05 Jan 2005  Modified: 26 Nov 2009
Last Login: 26 Nov 2009 07:58:36 PM
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