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Hi I'm Keven Shreeve

I am a civil engineer, father of 7, with a beautiful wife. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in St. Johns, Arizona where I grew up in the church. I enjoyed, and still do, playing basketball and most any other sport. I have an active and involved family and enjoy attending the multiple sporting and other events that my children are involved with. I graduated from Brigham Young University in Civil Engineering and am currently working for a small consulting firm in Idaho. I live on two acres and enjoy raising chickens, ducks, turkeys, and cows with my younger sons; this has become a small hobby of sorts.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a Mormon my whole life and have always been active. As a young kid I had the chance to go to Palmyra, New York where Joseph Smith had his First Vision. I knew then, and still do, that the Father and the Son did appear to the Boy Joseph. I have read the Book of Mormon several times and know that it is true. In spite of all my struggles and failures and trials, I know Heavenly Father lives and wants me to succeed and qualify to live with Him again. Jesus Christ also lives and has and continues to watch over me and my family in every facet. I know that membrership in this church has brought many blessings in my life.

How I live my faith

As a young 19-year old I had the opportunity to serve a full time mission, volutarily giving my time to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. My assignment was in the Oregon Portland Mission where I grew to love many people in the areas where I worked and served. I married my wife in the Seattle, Washington Temple for what I believe to be for time and all eternity. If I live worthily and faithfully I can qualify to live with my wife and children forever in the presence of our Heavenly Father. Since being married we have lived in Provo, Utah, Boise, Idaho, and St. Johns, Arizona where I have been asked to serve voluntarily in many capacities in the church from a Boy Scout leader to a Sunday School teacher. My membership in the church has provided me special opportunties to associate and become friends with great people that have inspired me and raised me to a higher standard of living. I hope I can be a man of faith and charity like those I have associated with, and like my Savior, Jesus Christ.