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Hi I'm Lynn M. Hubbard

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a third generation Japanese American (Sansei). I was born in Japan and lived there for 15 years before I moved to the California. I attended various American Schools in the US Bases throughout Japan. My father is an second generation "Nisei" born in Hawaii. After WWII, he was sent to Japan and was one of the first US Army military personnel in Occupied Japan. It was there that he met my grandfather (my mom's dad) when he was attending the Serviceman's branch. My grandfather invited him to visit his home with his military friends and that is where he met my mother, and the rest is history. He worked in Japan as a civilian working for the US Army & Air Force Exchange. After his retirement, we moved to Southern California. I received my Bachelors of Arts in Business Administration from California State University Fullerton. I have worked in the construction roofing business for many years as an Accounts Receivable Mgr. I met my husband in the ward we were attending in California, after his mission in Tokyo North Mission. Shortly after we were married in the L.A. Temple we relocated to Arizona and have been there ever since. We have one son and currently reside in the Gilbert area.

Why I am a Mormon

I am one of those lucky ones called the "Lifer". I was raised as a Mormon since birth. My father was a convert. He was taken in the gospel when he met the missionaries on the Hawaiian Islands. HIs sisters also joined the church and one of them became a missionary who was later sent to Japan. My father attended the Serviceman's Branch when he was in the military and one of the first US military personnel in "Occupied Japan". There he met his future father-in-law (my grandfather) because he was there to practice his English and to hear what the missionaries had to say. My grandfather invited my father & his army buddies to visit him and to meet his children. That is how my father met my mother. My faather thought he had small children and was surprised that he had three beautiful young daughters, one of them being my mother. And the rest is history.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by always striving to do what is right and keeping the Commandments. I enjoy church services and the afflications that I have with the ladies in our ward.