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Kayoko Yamamoto ((Yamamoto) Fukaya)
Work at Tenrikyo Church Headquaters Married 4 1965
Although I have attended ASIJ only one year, I have good memories. I am looking forward to meeting you all at 2016 Tokyo Cluster Reunion. Send Kayoko a MessageSend Kayoko a Message
Keith Toy
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Purchasing Manager Married 2 1967
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Larry Mori
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Pro bridge player and teacher Single 1966
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Larry Mori
Pro Bridge Player and Teacher Single 1966
At one time I was a psychotherapist (first) and then became a bridge pro and teacher.  5 years of doing both was too much mental havoc and not enough fun.
I still had some patients and did consultations and then some things in gratis such as crisis intervention.  I have been a bridge pro for 40 years now.  I live in Florida and doing the snowbird routine for 6 years.
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Laura Peavy (Meyi)
Retired Public School Teacher Married 2 1965
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Leslie Okada (Roberts)
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Language Consultant Married 3 1966
Since the 45th reunion in Boston, which Sally Noll Turner did an outstanding job of planning, I returned to ASIJ as a full time Japanese language teacher in the Middle and High School until 2013.

I retired from teaching in the classroom but took a job with a non-profit organization which was given the contract to manage a Japanese government funded program called J-LEAP. This program brings Assistant Teachers from Japan to the US and pairs them up with Japanese language teachers in this country who teach in elementary, middle or high schools. I am involved in the training of these assistant teachers and their US counterparts. My job requires me to travel to each of the schools new to our program every year as well as conduct workshops and training several times a year. From September to December, I teach a college class in Japan through Skype for 13 weeks. The class is in English and we teach "How to Make Presentations and How to Critique.

When I returned to the US in 2013 I met my husband online through a site called "Christian Mingle" at the end of the year and a year later, we were married. Dave has had his own computer business in Port Angeles, Washington, but since moving to Kirkland, he is hoping to work with his residential clients rather than with commercial clients so that we can travel together.

I have 3 grown sons, Jeff (in Kirkland); Doug and Debbie and my grandchildren Rylie (11) and Caden(9) (in Meridian, ID) and Michael and Erron and my other grandchildren Isaiah (5-1/2) and Joy Shalom (17 months) Birkland living in Franklin, Tennessee.

I love what I am doing now but am so looking forward to returning to where my long time friendships began and spending time with friends from the past who shared our most impressionable years in an amazing place! We have all turned out to be such wonderful adults! Can't wait to spend time with my ASIJ family! I look forward to welcoming each and every one of you next April!
    
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Manzo (Mark) Nitta
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Married 3 1967
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Mary Muro (Yokokawa)
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University professor Married 1 1967
 So looking forward to the first reunion I will be able to visit in half a century, most of all to meeting you all!

 Since graduating from ASIJ I have not stayed still, much in the style of Third Culture Kids (TCKs) brought up in the interstices of cultures, in my case Afghanistan, Egypt, and American Schools abroad. After graduating from ICU, I got an East West Center grant for study in the U.S., going for the first time to the country I knew so much about but had never seen.

  I subsequently spend three years in Paris at Unesco Headquarters, then six years at Stanford University getting my second M.A. in Anthropology and a Ph.D. in Anthropological Education.  My chief interest is the identity of those brought up multiculturally, so I'll be delighted to hear your stories. I consequently spent much of my 20s and 30s in other cultures.

   While at Stanford I gave birth to my son, Hiro, an American citizen by birth. After a six-year leave I began to teach at Keio University, where I still teach many kids brought up the way I was.  I've attached the article, "Multicultural Faces", which appeared in the alumni magazine in 2001, as it details the issues about discovering my multicultural identity .
Masahiro (Marty) Honda
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Retired, Formerly Sr. Director Sun Microsystems facebook.com/martyhonda Married 2 1968
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Michael Braun
Attorney 1966
 Dear Annie and Leslie and all,

I will be in Tokyo on a business trip from April 11 - 15. Unfortunately, I couldn't arrange it to be later and participate in the reunion. Please pass on my regrets and a BIG Hello to my '66 classmates (whom I abandoned in 1963 after 9th grade). Hope you all have a great time. PS - am doing fine, still working and my two grandchildren keep me hopping.
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