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Hi I'm Clint

I love sports, technology, the outdoors and my kids. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a sports fanatic and played Baseball through college. I've gotten older and now enjoy spending whatever time i can with my sons and wife. We love to travel and do anything outdoors. I graduated from college with a degree in International Business and now work for a great company that prides itself in providing world class customer support.

Why I am a Mormon

What a blessing the gospel has been in my life. I remember the day I made the decision to serve a full time mission for the church at age 19. Baseball season had just ended and I had delivered record setting stats as a pitcher for my college. I remember getting a phone call from the Cleveland Indians asking if I'd like to play Professional Baseball. This had always been a dream of mine. I explained Baseball would be put on hold as I had accepted a call to serve a full time 2 year mission in Mexico City. You can imagine the response I received from the Indians Scout. I love to compete and admit the awesome satisfaction that came with performing to the best of my abilities. Serving a mission was the best decision I could have made. There is no other joy than serving others and seeing God touch their individual lives. We all have family traditions, habits, and beliefs that make us who we are. I was always amazed to see others act and commit to finding out for themselves the truthfulness of the message we shared. I do know the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints is true. I'm grateful for the teachings that help draw me closer to the Savior and for my personal relationship with my Heavenly Father. My wife and I have lost two daughters and have two wonderful little boys. What a blessing it is to have the Church in our lives and to have the knowledge that we can be an eternal family. I know God knows each of us individually, he knows our struggles, our desires and needs. He loves each of us and he will give us the answers we seek.

How I live my faith

I try to give of my time and talents to both our community and church ward. I'm currently serving on our neighborhood's HOA board and enjoy that opportunity. I also spend a good amount of time at church serving in the Bishopric. Much time is spent working with the youth and primary children of the ward. I find that as I serve my faith and testimony grow more each day. I'm grateful when I choose to serve others, for it's in those moments I see how living my faith can truly bless the lives of others and my own.