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Elder Dalyn Robert Montgomery

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Served: 1995 - 1997
Areas Served:
Georgia Atlanta
Brian K Barron | Daniel M. Flores | Jason S. Henry | Ted Brian Leavitt | Garth L. Mason | Michael Mccurdy | Brian Everett Donovan Sheets | Chad L Shumway | Nathaniel Phillip Udall
Your Occupation: Industrial Sales
Spouse: Kahalia
Attended USU but gradutated from the University of Utah.
Married Kahalia (thank you Fenton), moved to ATL, South Carolina, and now live in Philly.
I have one daughter, Marlee Kai, born back in 2004.
I work for Rubbermaid Commercial as their company rep in Philly and Atlantic City.
Created: 23 Jun 1998  Modified: 05 Feb 2007
Last Login: 17 Feb 2007 09:20:21 AM

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"Brothers and sisters, the missionaries need our faith and prayers. Pray fervently every day for their safety and protection, for this is one very important way we all can support them in accomplishing their essential assignment of proclaiming the gospel to all the world. I bear testimony that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. We are engaged in his work. I testify that through the faith and prayers of all members of the Church, we will continue moving this great work forward to the final victory. In the name of Jesus Christ, amen."
- Elder M. Russell Ballard, Of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
Ensign, Nov. 1989
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