LDS Church News
Week ending March 17, 1979
Tohru Hotta, 40, of the Nagoya Japan Stake, is an area administrator for the Church Educational System in Japan. He was born in Onyu-gun, Japan, to Sakuo and Utako Toyoda Hotta. A convert to the Church, he was baptized April 12, 1964 in Nagoya-shi, Japan. He married Sachiko Tagawa May 3, 1967, and they are parents of four children. He received a degree in engineering from Shizuoka University and was an electrical engineer before he joined the Church Educational System in 1972. He served as a Sunday School president, branch clerk, MIA speech director, branch president's counselor, district councilor and mission Sunday School president's counselor. Sister Hotta was born in Kawakaki-shi, Japan, a daughter of Tsurumatsu and Teru Ueda Tagawa. Her past positions include home study institute teacher, ward Relief Society teacher and president, and district Relief Society president's counselor.
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