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Presidents:
Clark D. Webb (1971 - 1974) | Howard John Marsh (1974 - 1977)
Served: 1973 - 1975
Language(s) spoken:Spanish
Areas Served:
Valencia, Merida, Caracas
Companions:
Linden Craig Johnston | Steven W Painter | Paul Richard Stelter | Antonio R. Tijerino
Your Occupation: CPA/PFS
Spouse: Linda
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Six kids, one wife, six grandchildren. Owner in a Walnut Creek, CA CPA firm and investment advisory firm. The six months in the mission office as financial secretary were an inspriration to attend BYU and get a master's in accounting. Lots of different callings -- Scoutmaster, seminary teacher, ward mission leader, bishop, stake presidency counselor. Over 24 years in the same ward in Concord, CA. One of my sons also served in Venezuela Valencia 2000-2001.
 
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