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Elder Trevor Willbur

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Presidents:
G. Marsden Blanch (1995 - 1998)
Served: 1995 - 1997
Companions:
Christofer Michael Hardy | Bart Hunt | David Russell Johnson
Your Occupation: Project Manager at MARC Link
Spouse: Joy
Comments:
Victorville - Travis Rushton
Victorville - Craig Fillmore
Victorville - David Drabick
Wrightwood - Billy Douglas
Wrightwood - Matthew Sherlock
Barstow - David Johnson
Barstow - Chris Hoke
Rancho Cucamonga - Chris Hardy, Bart Hunt, Martin Patch, Jeff May, Blake Lowry, Edward Climer
I got married in the St. Louis temple to Joy Manire of Hopkinsville, KY on December 29, 1998. We've been living in Provo going to BYU since then. She will be graduating in Marriage, Family and Human Development in December 2000. I will graduate with a degree in Statistics in April 2001. After that, we'll move out of Utah and do ... something? My first daughter, Kristen, was born March 13, 2000. Fatherhood is awesome!
 
Created: 06 May 2000  Modified: 06 May 2000
Last Login: 26 Aug 2001 07:28:04 AM
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