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Jan van der Beek: East High School case manager and musician

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Served his mission in New Zealand, 1990-1992

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Did anyone hit on you while you served?

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Yeah. There was this woman from my hometown. She was separated from her husband at the time and always inviting my companion and me over for dinner. I was getting the vibe off of her, and it became pretty clear that it was more than a little crush. It really got weird when she started using the junior-high method of feeling out the situation by telling her sister to tell me that she wanted me. The freakiest part about it was she knew me as a child. In fact, I think she may have even babysat me. She had kids who were only a year or two younger than I was. Bizarre.

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