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Elder Ryan Michael Tanaka

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Presidents:
Conan P. Grames (1999 - 2002)
Served: 1999 - 2001
Language(s) spoken:Japanese
Areas Served:
Akita, Morioka, Miyako, Sendai
Companions:
Kaui Mitsuru Kitashima
Your Occupation: Analyst
Spouse: Keilani Tanaka
Comments:
Fellow missionaries,

So I'm back in Tokyo for a couple more years! If you pass through and have a chance, drop me a line.

I got married in Sept 2005 to a Laie girl and am learning all about life as a newly wed. btw .. If any of you remember President Aoyagi, he's the new JMTC Mission President.

Talk to you soon,
Tanaka Choro
 
Created: 03 Apr 2006  Modified: 03 Apr 2006
Last Login: 05 Dec 2004 11:01:11 PM
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