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Our Home Teaching Families in Pécs

Beginning in October of 2011 we had a total of six families that we were assigned to home teach in Pécs.

MajaMariann (Maja) Kreiczer – Maja lives with her parents, and is one of our young adult leaders. She served a mission on Temple Square and in Oregon in the United States.

Maja is planning to marry Mathew in the United States this Fall. Mathew is a young man she met at a Young Adult conference last year in Romania. Mathew now lives and works in the United States, so they have been fostering their relationship using Skype, telephone calls and SMS for several months.

Beatrix Kettler Family – Includes Beatrix (a single mother) and her three children, Márci, Veronika and Hunor. Marci is one of our young adults.Kettler Family

We had the opportunity to use our car to help them move a couple of months ago.Helping to Move

President and Adrienn Szabadkai Family – Includes the father and mother, and three children that are now at home, Bence, Luca and Lea. Both Bence and Luca have been active in our Young Adult program. Bence served a mission in England. President Szabadkai is in the Hungary Budapest Mission Presidency.

Gabriella (Gabi) Kecskés Family – Includes Gabi (a single mother), and her daughter, Kira. Because everybody is so busy (Gabi works and is the Relief Society President in Pécs), we held some of our hometeaching meetings at McDonalds. Kira loved these special times. We were able to help them move to a new apartment, where Kira now has her own room.Sister Bailey-Gabi-Kira

Zsuzsa and Her Daughters (??? and Vivi) – This family has their own home, which Zsuzsa’s husband, who has not yet joined the Church, built. The house is located on a side-hill near a large corn patch, just outside of Pécs. It is a beautiful location for a home, but a little difficult to access during the winter.Zsuzsa and Her Daughters in Front of their Home

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