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Hello visitor,
    I'm Dan,  that's me on the left in the picture above standing amidst God's beautiful creation of which I've been married to for 21 years now, I call her Mika (because that's her name), oh, and we're in the Kerama's!  I'm from Boothbay Harbor Maine where the summer's about a week long and snowing the rest of the year.   

This is Boothbay Harbor in the summer!
The pic above is the Hahbah in  summah time.  If you evah visit, turn your "R's" into "AH's" and you'll fit right in I tell yah!

The picture above shows the street I grew up on sometime between August 1st and August 7th.
The picture below is the street I grew up on any other time of the year.  Yes, the bank clock says 8 degrees Fahrenheit.
 All jokes aside, Boothbay Harbor is a beautiful place from which some of the most skilled boat builders, the bravest captains and stern men  and the finest carpenters have been brewed.  I consider myself a craftsman and must credit my father Dan Cusumano Sr. with the skills and abilities that I am able to share with the students at Okinawa Christian School Int. 
    My father has owned and operated his construction business, MidCoast Builders since I was a little.  When the opportunities came, he would bring me to work with him sparking my desire to become a carpenter.  In 1998 I graduated High School and received a diploma from a two-year Maine building trades school.  I then worked with MidCoast Builders for just short of a year before joining the United Stated Marine Corps from 1998 to 2004 most of which took place in Japan.  During my years of service, I met my wife Mika (from the picture above), had my son Syohga born in 2000 and my daughter Kayako born in 2002 before returning to Maine to once again work with MidCoast Builders.  For the next six years (2004-2010) God ensured that my family experienced an abundance of life's good pleasures. 
    I was a secret christian. I grew up in the church and accepted Jesus as my Savior at a young age but never lived with a real trust or appreciation for His forgiveness. In 2009 the passing of my grandmother was pivotal for me and my wife for this is when the Lord opened her heart to understanding the importance of having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.   She (we) had been forgiven for our sins and wanted ALL to know about this good news. So, after much prayer, we moved to Okinawa as non-funded missionaries to teach the Good News to Mika's family and whoever else we crossed paths with.