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Elder Tyson Kampenhout (Richardson)

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Howard L. Biddulph (1991 - 1994)
Served: 1992 - 1994
Language(s) spoken:Russian
Areas Served:
Kiev, Gorlovka, Donetsk, Minsk
Micah Stuart Acker | Devin Armstrong | Gregory Christiansen | Michael Higgins | Karl H Mueller | Travis D Whipple
Your Occupation: U.S. Army, Captain
Spouse: Nicole Bateman
Changed my last name from Richardson to Kampenhout (my father's name), so if you've had a hard time looking me up as Elder Richardson, that's where the confusion may have set in. Sorry about that. Got married to Nicole a year after returning from mission. Graduated from BYU, then Wayne State U. in Detroit with MBA. Then worked for Ford Motor Company for 5 years in California in Sales/Marketing like several other Kiev, Ukraine Mission alum. The war started in 2003 and like a crazy guy, I wanted to make a difference again, so I joined the U.S. Army as an Infantry Officer. While in Airborne School we were finally blessed with twin boys, Henry and Owen, after waiting almost 10 years for them. They were born premature in January 2006, but they are doing great now. They are fun little tykes. Just got back from a 15 month tour in Iraq in June 2008. A lot of similarities to my mission with the exception of the guns, and people trying to kill me part. Actually spoke Russian for 5 months as I was a liaison between U.S. and Georgian troops for a while. Stationed at Fort Lewis, WA. Am getting out of the Army and returning to Civilian life in Sept. 2008. Will work for a while in the Seattle/Tacoma area, and hope to get to Utah in the forseeable future. Drop me a line, I would love to hear from you.
Created: 04 Aug 2008  Modified: 04 Aug 2008
Last Login: 04 Aug 2008 10:43:16 PM

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