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Elder Colton Taylor

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Presidents:
Yasuo Niiyama (1987 - 1990)
Served: 1987 - 1989
Areas Served:
Yokote, Hachinohe, Hirosaki, Aomori, Morioka, Sendai
Companions:
Steve Clubb | Chris Munsey | Brett Perkes | Brian E Staley | Koji Sue | Nobuhito Takeda | Ronald Blane Wells
Your Occupation: Church Project Manager / Architect
Spouse: Sharon (Russell) Taylor
Comments:
I was married March 17, 1990 to Sharon and we have 5 beautiful kids. (My only son would object to being beautiful, so he is just COOL.) I made it through school at Arizona State and the University of Utah with a B.S. in Architectural Studies. After school, I worked at various firms in Salt Lake and here in Arizona before taking the architectural licensing exams and becoming an architect. As soon as I received my license, I started my own firm and specialized doing church work for 5 years before taking a job working for the church as a Project Manager in Mesa, AZ. I have since moved to Snowflake, AZ and am excited that my son was called to Sendai and will report to the MTC in December 2010.
 
Created: 14 Aug 2005  Modified: 08 Nov 2010
Last Login: 13 Sep 2011 08:00:03 PM
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