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Elder Mark L Searle

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Presidents:
Walter S. Teruya (1974 - 1977) | Richard D.S. Kwak (1977 - 1978)
Served: 1976 - 1978
Language(s) spoken:NIHONGO
Areas Served:
Aomori, Izumi, Sendai, Koriyama, Yamagata
Companions:
Yoshihiko Ariizumi | Kevin L Bergeson | Douglass Chandler Colbert | Phil Cook | Hajime Hayashi | David Richins | Val David Steed
Your Occupation: DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
Spouse: DANA
Comments:
I have five children; all are married. We have 23 grandchildren with one more on the way. My wife and I were blessed with the opportunity to return to Japan and get our son from his mission to the Tokyo South mission. What a great blessing. We traveled to Izumi where I had dendoed and met several members that I had known several years ago. What a joy.
Life has been good to us as a family. We look forward to hearing from or seeing any of you if you pass through Idaho. The gospel is true and a great blessing to me and my family. Genki de ne!
 
Created: 30 Apr 2006  Modified: 28 Jul 2019
Last Login: 28 Jul 2019 06:09:31 PM
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