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Hi I'm Sean Kyser

I am a Washingtonian, Business Professional, Sports Enthusiast (Go Huskies!) and Loyal Husband. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am native to Washington State. I have been married to my best friend for 3 years and my wife and I are expecting our first child. I grew up in a family of 4 boys with parents who were dedicated and loving. I owe all that I am today to their loving and nurturing influence. I work as an account manager for ThyssenKrupp Elevator and thoroughly enjoy what I do. In addition to working I also am attending college in order to continue to advance my career and increase job stability. Though I often find myself very busy I always find time to be with my wife and to develop that relationship which is so important. I love art and would love to someday have my artwork displayed publically in an art gallery. On weekends as time permits I enjoy taking a moment to slow down and try my hand at fishing (often with my father). There is a peace I feel as I stand in nature pondering on life without the distractions that are so prevalent in the society in which we live.

Why I am a Mormon

Being a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has helped me truly understand who I am and the relationship that I share with God. Of all the names and titles that God holds, he has asked that we are address him as our "Heavenly Father". That simple knowledge that God is literally the father of my spirit has brought such an abounding peace into my life. Through the difficulties that we all encounter in this mortal life we often find ourselves feeling lost and longing for something. In my darkest nights I have been able to turn towards my Heavenly Father in prayer and feel his loving arms outstretched towards me. In my deepest sorrows I have found peace in his embrace. I have often heard people say "my trials are too small, God has more important things to worry about"; that statement could be no further from the truth. Regardless of how insignificant my trials have seemed my Heavenly Father has proven time and time again that he is intimately aware of me. I invite all within the reach of my voice to turn to their Heavenly Father in humble prayer seeking his love and counsel and I testify with all the conviction of my soul that he will be there.

How I live my faith

One of the ways that I live my faith is by serving the people around me. I am always looking for opportunities to serve, whether it's helping around the house, offering a helping hand to those who are in need, or trying to uplift someone who is having a hard time. I try to be a great husband and take the eternal commitment I made with my wife very seriously and try to always show my love, support and faithfulness to her.