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Hi I'm Pam

I grew up in Mesa, AZ. I love being a mom and I have been married to my eternal companion for over 25 years. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother to 4 wonderful teenage/adult boys that keep me young. I love to try and cook new recipes and anything having to do with outdoors. I also love to Dutch Oven cook which I inherited from my father. I love the Fine Arts. I enjoy and support my son's in sports/plays or whatever they are into. I love to find things that make a person unique. I enjoy spending quality time with my husband whether it be for a ride to the store or an actual date. My family means the world to me and I am blessed for having them.

Why I am a Mormon

I am grateful to ancestors who came across the ocean as well as the plains just to be a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I was born a Mormon and have a great posterity of family members who are also members. My life would be empty without the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I believe I live my faith by what I do on a daily basis, not just at church or on Sunday. We hold family prayers both morning and night and even include our son with Special Needs to say the family prayers when it comes time for his turn. I enjoy attending the temple and receiving the comfort it brings to me. I have held callings in the church that has helped my testimony of Jesus Christ grow and the compassion he had for others has helped me try to be more Christ like in my actions. We hold our standards high, even when it comes to going out with friends. I try to stay close to my Savior daily through scripture study and prayers. With having a family of boys and a son with Special Needs, knowing that my Savior is there with me as a comforter and will guide me through trials helps me through the day whether it be a good day or a bad day.