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Elder Bill Bentley

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Victor L. Walch (1992 - 1995) | David A. Christensen (1995 - 1998)
Served: 1994 - 1996
Language(s) spoken:English, Utahn, Southern Drawl
Brad Bryant | Mark Adam Davis | Jerry Shelton | Troy J. Suelzle | Torrey R Zook
Your Occupation: UNIX/Linux Administrator
Spouse: yes
Attended the U of U for 6 1/2 years after the mission, and finally got Bachelor degrees in Computer Science and Computer Engineering.

Got married to a gal who I met my first day of school at the U.

After graduation, we moved back to the northeast side of the Atlanta, GA area, where I am currently living and working.

I worked for a while in Windows-based support roles, but was able to shift back again to UNIX/Linux administration, and have been much happier professionally.

After trying to have children for more than a decade, we finally were expecting our first child in 2009; we lost her to premature labor at ~21 weeks in October 2009. We've been fortunate enough to have two sons since then, born in September 2010 and January 2015.

My current hobbies include high-power model rocketry, Linux tinkering, ham radio, privacy rights advocacy and rugrat-chasing. We bought our first house in February 2008, so I suppose "apprentice handyman" is a new hobby I am learning as well.

Current callings are YM secretary and committee chair for the scout troop, team and crew.

My younger brother Daniel also served in SLC, in the SLC South mission just after it was created, from 1997 to 1999.

If you want to get in contact, try here and/or on LinkedIn. I used to do Facebook, but haven't really since late 2012.
Created: 02 Mar 2005  Modified: 03 Jun 2016
Last Login: 03 Jun 2016 03:02:10 PM

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