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Biography: Elder Donald L. Hallstrom

Family: Born July 27, 1949, in Honolulu, Hawaii, to James E. and Betty Jo Lambert Hallstrom; married Diane Clifton, daughter of Dale Elmer and June Ovard Clifton on July 22, 1972, in the Alberta Temple; four children, Brett (Julianne), 26; Erin, 24; Kara, 20; Briana, 16.

Education: Received bachelor's degree in economics from BYU (1973).

Employment: President and principal in The Hallstrom Group Inc., a real estate economics firm in Honolulu (1980-present); worked for similar organization in Honolulu (1973-1980).

Church service: Area Authority Seventy in the North America West Area (1997-present), Area Authority (1995-1997), regional representative (1990-1995), president of Honolulu Hawaii Stake (1985-1990), bishop of Makiki Ward (1980-1985), served in the England Central Mission (1969-1971).

Community service: On executive board of the Aloha Council of Boy Scouts of America; vice-chairman of board of directors of Hawaii Reserves Inc., a Church affiliated company that oversees the non-ecclesiastical real estate the Church owns in Hawaii; member of the President's Round Table for BYU-Hawaii.

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