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Elder Lee Wayne Redd

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Presidents:
Walter S. Teruya (1974 - 1977)
Served: 1975 - 1977
Language(s) spoken:English and Japanese
Areas Served:
Sendai South, Aizuwakamatsu, Aomori East, Yonezawa, Mission Home, Sendai South
Companions:
Russell (Jake) L Jacobsen | David B. Whipple
Your Occupation: Construction
Spouse: Kathy
Comments:
After my mission, I graduated from the University of Utah in civil engineering. I went into the construction business with my father and his partners, and am still at the same company. We construct primarily water treatment plant.

I married Kathy Brannan in 1981, and we have 5 daughters and 1 son. My son served his mission in Russia. Currently my olderest 3 children are married.

I have served in many church callings since my mission, with some of the most memorable being junior primary pianist and bishop. I am currently teaching the CTR 7 class in primary.

I have interests in river running, skiing, traveling, and a new interest in hiking and mountain climbing. I treked to the base camp of Mt. Everest in 2007, hike the Inca trail to Macu Pecu (spelling is questionable), and climbed Mt Rainier in September of 2010.
 
Created: 04 Apr 2011  Modified: 04 Apr 2011
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