Paul B. Pieper biography

Family: Born Oct. 7, 1957, to Dee M. and Norma Bowen Pieper in Pocatello, Idaho; married Melissa Tuttle, Nov. 7, 1979, in the Salt Lake Temple; children, Nathanael Dee, Rachael Marne, Christopher Tuttle, Norma Kaitlyn, Dora Melissa, Clarissa Michelle.

Employment: International development consultant with Pragma Corp., Falls Church, Va. Practicing attorney.

Education: Bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Utah in 1986; juris doctorate from the University of Utah in 1988.

Church service: President of the Russia St. Petersburg Mission; former counselor in stake presidency, high counselor; branch president and missionary in Monterrey Mexico Mission.

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