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Elder John Irby

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Presidents:
Walter S. Teruya (1974 - 1977)
Served: 1974 - 1976
Language(s) spoken:Broken Japanese; Reasonable English
Areas Served:
Aizu, Akita, Shiogama, Hachinohe, Morioka
Companions:
Yoshihiko Ariizumi
Your Occupation: IT Consultant/Instructor/Writer
Spouse: Jane Doe
Comments:
I confess that, in reality, I only slept in my suit on four occasions, in Aizuwakamatsu--and I did so because I was cold, not because I was diligent.

I remember trying to get the members in Hachinohe to say the English word "blur". Try that sometime on anyone who is native Japanese. It's like putting peanut butter on the roof of a dog's mouth--it's funny but you feel bad about it.
 
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