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Elder Cody Glen Fish

9300 South Redwood Road #28-01
West Jordan, Utah 84088

801-256-6002

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Presidents:
William Nemeth (1996 - 1998) | Joseph Toth (1998 - 2000)
Served: 1997 - 1999
Areas Served:
Zuglo- Elders Vernon, Butterfield and Smith, Del Buda Elder Cullen and Cannon, Miskolc Elder Holcomb and Merrill, Dunaujvaros Elder Kovacs and Mortensen , Belvaros Elder Neugabauer and Butterfield, and Csepel Elder King and Sobonya
Companions:
Jason Cannon Jones | Árpád KováCs | Jason S. Merrill | Wayne M Mortensen
Your Occupation: Work
Spouse: Lisa
Comments:
I would just love to say that a part of me is still in Hungary. I would love to return with my wife, and show her some beautiful parts of Hungary. Since I spent 17 months in Budapest, I never got to see western Hungary. After five years of trying we are finally expecting our first child, a boy. He is due August 25. We are exited about this phase of life!!! legyetek jok, es sok szerettettel,
Cody (Elder Fish)
 
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Last Login: 07 Jul 2007 04:08:54 PM
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