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Elder Stuart Schulzke

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Presidents:
James L. Wilde (1991 - 1994) | John Toth (1994 - 1996)
Served: 1993 - 1995
Areas Served:
Szombathely, Buda, Kis Pest, Dunaujvaros, Nyiregyhaza, Szeged
Companions:
Adam Barrett | Matt Kempton | Jason Moreland | Judd K. Rackham | Rick J Rumsey | Ryan S. Stowers
Your Occupation: Consultant
Spouse: b-nom hamar. mekeresztelkedik
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The facts: recently read Harry Potter in Hungarian, also finished three years graduate work in the UK am currently working for a British firm that does political and economic analysis on Eastern Europe for Western investors and/or interested political bodies.
Will be attending law school next fall.
Am currently working on overcoming my aversion/indifference to commitment but have managed in the meantime to marry off one of my ex-girlfriends to a university friend (Daniel, a German convert and a Rhodes Scholar, and Julia have just moved to DC) which means HUGE karma.
 
Created: 30 Oct 2003  Modified: 01 Nov 2003
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