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Presidents:
Douglas Reed Clement (2003 - 2006)
Served: 2003 - 2005
Areas Served:
Szekesfehervar, Gyor, Budapest
Companions:
Rebecca Bates | Autumn Catania Smith
Your Occupation: homemaker/dance instructor
Spouse: Robbie Harmon
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Sziasztok! Oh how I miss the wonderful Hungarian people, the beautiful country, fellow elders and sisters, the language and, of course, the Magyar konyha. Serving a mission was seriously the best thing I ever did and has blessed my life more than I could ever imagine. Life is great: we just moved from Chapel Hill, NC (where we were for gradschool-Go Tarheels!) to Arizona where my husband is working in Scottsdale. We love it here! Our two children Bree (3) and Gabe (1) keep us laughing every day. Being a parent is the best. Hope all of you fellow missionary friends are doing well!
 
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