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Hi I'm Brett

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm Civil Engineer who is a Fellow with the American Society of Civil Engineers and a world wide expert in the Construction of Concrete Segmental Bridges as well as in the Durability of concrete structures. I continue to be an active surfer over the past 36 years and have surfed in the Galaopagos Islands, Hawaii, California, Baja California, Florida, Costa Rica, North and South Carolina. I'm learning to kiteboard with my son and am married with four children and have a passion for learning, life and family - I'm also a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born to a mother who was Mormon and a father who was atheist but allowed us to attend the Mormon Church so I was raised as a Mormon but converted when I understood and received a personal witness of the truthfulness of the Gospel and the role the Savior played for all of us. I'm also Mormon becasuse of the many tender mercies I seen in my life as well as those I have been in contact with - its only a matter of slowing down enough see them.

How I live my faith

My faith is an integral part of my life as I try to live the teaching of Christ every day. I truly find that when I’m in the service of my fellow being I am in the service of my God. I work hard and live by the Word of Wisdom in all that I do. I volunteer with the Boy Scouts as well as serve in the Community Outreach program for the Engineering Societies in my area. As I serve others I become lost in that service and my trials in life are lessened and I can feel of the Saviors redeeming power in my life. I love my wife and my children and Im well pleased with the way they live their lives. I love spending time with them and traveling and visiting the Morman churches and temples where ever we travel. We live as a family and have the same struggles and trials as most but look to our faith to help us though them.