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Hi I'm Sheryl Le Ann

I'm a Mom, a Nana and friend. I 'm a Mormon and I'm very blessed.

About Me

I married my sweetheart 29 years ago and we have 4 grown boys. They are 28, 27, 23 and our youngest is 19 and attending Junior College and is the last one at home. We have 2 beautiful granddaughters that are the joy of my life and we have another one on the way! I work full time and recently resumed my education to complete my AA degree and hopefully enter into the Nursing Program in the near future. I love to go on walks and run! I would love to sew more and quilt but seem to be too busy at this time of my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I believe in the values of our Faith. I have read the Book of Mormon and know that it's teachings are true. I believe that we have Prophets that lead and guide us today. I know that when I pray and ask my Heavenly Father if these things are true, I have a peace in my heart that is so strong and undeniable! I feel blessed to know that our Heavenly Father lives and I feel especially blessed to know that families can be together forever. That knowledge is one of the greatest blessings and gifts that we can receive.

How I live my faith

I am currently serving as Relief Society President, which is a group of women in our church. We provide, as a womens organization, special needs and services to those in our community. We provide meals for those who are sick, we learn about being self reliant, about food storage, we provide humanitarian efforts and service whenever possible. We strenghten one another and continue to learn and grow from one another. It is a wonderful organization that I am proud to be a part of.

What are Mormon Temples used for?

Sheryl Le Ann
To give everyone a chance to accept the gospel and be baptized. To learn more of Heavenly Fathers plan for us and to make and keep sacred covenants. To seal families together forever. What a blessing it is to know that we can be together forever as families! Show more Show less