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Elder Paul Keat

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Served: 1988 - 1990
Areas Served:
Mitcham, Catford, Hayes, Portsmouth, East Grinstead, Orpington, Maidstone, Slough
Companions:
David James Bearss | Jorn I. Berg | Grant A Chandler | Erwin Cornelis Decker | James H Jansen | Stephen B. Jones | Thomas Eilskov Karnil | Scott Mackey
Your Occupation: Business Development Manager
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Hey guys, it's been a while.

Great to hear about everyone, am glad everyone is doing well. As for me i'm still active and moved to the Valencia, Spain stake with my now ex-eComp, Sarah-Jane, in July 2003. Got my Degree at university and lived in Luton for 11 years where I served in just about every ward calling you can think of and also at Stake level in the St. Albans stake in the YM pres and on the Stake HC for 2 1/2 years.

Went to conf in Oct. '01 in SLC and met up with Darrin Brunner & wife, who I stay in contact with from time to time. Was diagnosed with diabetes in 1996 and have been injecting for the last 2 years. Was Branch President in the Benidorm Branch, Valencia Spain Stake now for 2 1/2 years and enjoyed it.

Moved back to the UK in November 2006 and can be currently found scurrying around Nottinghamshire!!

Drop me a line if you know me.
 
Created: 13 Jul 2003  Modified: 31 Jan 2008
Last Login: 31 Jan 2008 05:53:44 AM
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