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Hi I'm Will

I was born and raised in Utah, served a mission in San Jose, California and now live in Idaho. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a husband to the most beautiful woman in the world and a father of five equally beautiful and handsome children 3 girls, 2 boys. Currently, I work for a credit repair company helping people get their credit repaired and built up. I enjoy video games, especially with the kids and I enjoy watching sports, especially BYU football and basketball. I also like the Utah Jazz in the NBA, the Oakland A's in MLB and the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL. I like to play basketball and other sports as well. In the Mormon church, I serve as Elders Quorum President. My duties include teaching in the quorum and visiting members of the quorum. My most memorable times are with my wife and family.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised by a great mother and father in a Mormon family. I was taught by my parents about Jesus Christ and the plan of salvation that was created for each of us. I attended church with them growing up and unfortunately, I did not know for myself that this was the true church until I went on my mission to San Jose, California. It was while preparing to learn to be a missionary in the Missionary Training Center that I was converted and knew for myself that my Savior lives and loves me and atoned my sins so that I could repent and return to him someday.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending church weekly and being an example of my Savior, Jesus Christ. I was called as the Elders Quorum President and enjoy visiting the members of the quorum to see where I might help them in their lives. I also enjoy getting out monthly to meet and visit with my home teaching families. I am trying to be an example of my faith to my children so that they can develop a testimony of Jesus Christ for themselves.