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Elder Richard Carlile

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Presidents:
Walter S. Teruya (1974 - 1977) | Richard D.S. Kwak (1977 - 1978) | Kiyoshi Sakai (1978 - 1981)
Served: 1977 - 1979
Areas Served:
Morioka, Sendai, Fukushima, Tsuruoka, Koriyama
Companions:
Robert Merrill | Thomas Monson
Your Occupation: Attorney (Naval Facilities Engineering Command)
Spouse: Junko S. Carlile
Comments:
Married to Junko Sakihama from Nago, Okinawa, and have two children, son at home going to college in Hawaii, and daughter currently serving in the Salt Lake City Temple Square Mission. Have worked for the Department of Defense since 1986 in California, Okinawa, and Hawaii. If you're on Oahu, make sure to attend the Manoa Ward (Honolulu Stake) and I'll see you there!
 
Created: 12 Oct 2009  Modified: 02 Jan 2011
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