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Elder Alan Paul Beste

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Presidents:
Adney Y. Komatsu [Dec.] (1965 - 1968) | E. Y. Okazaki [Dec.] (1968 - 1970)
Served: 1966 - 1969
Areas Served:
Sapporo, Asahigawa Nagoya, Futenma, Abeno Sakai, Sendai, Ashigawa, Sapporo, Niigata Abeno (Osaka), Sakai
Companions:
Glen B Blakley | Scott Follett | Blaine H Johnson | Roice Krueger | Sanford Katsuji Okura | Franklin Lawrence Peterson | James W Robertson | Thomas Lavar Walley
Your Occupation: retired teacher (Music, German(?))
Spouse: Linda
Comments:
I was a greenie in Sendai with Elder Wally. To the Japanese, we were WARUI CHORO and BESUTO CHORO. I managed to get out to Matsushima two days before I was transferred to Hokkaido (Asahigawa, Sapporo). From there it was, where else, south to Okinawa (Futenma) and then I finished up my time in the Japan South, in Osaka (Abeno, Sakai). From Garland, UT.
 
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