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Elder Terry Kent Jensen

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Presidents:
Dwayne N. Andersen [Dec.] (1962 - 1965) | Adney Y. Komatsu [Dec.] (1965 - 1968)
Served: 1963 - 1966
Areas Served:
Asahigawa,
Companions:
Stewart Kamakea Bell Jr | Kendell Rex Bingham | Spencer Albert Cranney | Melvin Maddock Marker | Louis L. Perley, Jr.[Deceased] | James Wallace Smith | Frank Manders Tahere, Jr. [Deceased] | George Noboru Watanabe, Jr. | Blake Morgan Young
Spouse: Karen
Comments:
THE SUPER Head Cook at our annual reunion! He and his family do an admirable job EACH reunion!
We have been here about a month and a half. It's wonderful to be back in Japan, which is quite different than it was 40 years ago. We hope everyone has a wonderful time at the reunion. We will be thinking of you. They returned home in abt Mar 2005. Terry and Karen Jensen
tkj@tkjinc.org
4/5/13: KUDO’S TO the JENSENS
One more thank you to Terry Jensen and family. I am in complete awe of the
family involvement. It is evidence of some very effective parenting that
young people decades removed from what we have in common are willing to
pitch in year after year for no more reward than tired feet and the
satisfaction of supporting mom and dad. Kudos to that mom and dad. --Bill
Hadfield
 
Created: 29 Feb 2004  Modified: 12 Apr 2003
Last Login: 29 Feb 2004 12:22:27 PM
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