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St. Louis Mission
Mission - St. Louis, Missouri Mission
Locations - Southeast 1/3 of Missouri, southwest 1/6 of Illinois
Mission President - President Gary Frederick Gessel
Report Date - Wednesday, 30 June 2004, at 12:00 PM
Release Date - Thursday, 6 July 2006, at 5:30 PM

Areas that I served in:
Moberly, MO
Wentzville, MO
Warrenton, MO
Belleville, IL
Sullivan, MO
Macon, MO
Centralia, IL

Serving in the Missouri St. Louis Mission was absolutely wonderful. I enjoyed serving my mission for the Lord and having the opportunity to meet and associate with the wonderful people in Missouri and Illinois. I made many friends there and also learned many things. I served in 7 different areas, but most of them were either in central Missouri and southeastern Illinois. I never actually served in St. Louis itself, but I did have the opportunity to visit there and go to landmark places like the Gateway Arch, the City Museum, the St. Louis Temple, and Union Station. I lived in mostly small towns surrounded by rural areas. I absolutely loved my time there and I will miss it.

Marceline, MO
This is a picture of me standing in downtown Marceline, MO, where Walt Disney grew up. The MAIN Street USA in Disneyland was designed after the MAIN street here in Marceline.

Elder Allen and I
This is Elder Chris Allen and I in front of our apartment in Macon, MO. Elder Allen and I served together for 5 and 1/2 months in Macon.

St. Louis Temple
This is a picture of the beautiful St. Louis Temple located in Creve Couer, MO, a suburb of St. Louis.

St. Louis
This is a picture of the St. Louis area taken from the top of the Gateway Arch.

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