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Hi I'm Sean

I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

About Me

I'm a husband and father of five. I'm part Provo and part Berkeley. I've been an actuary, then a software developer, and am currently a healthcare administrator. I'm fortunate to work every day with some of the best people I know. I coach youth soccer, love to backpack (especially in the Sierras), and on an open day will choose a motorcycle ride almost every time. Each spring, I make a pilgrimage to the NCAA basketball tournament with my brother. I love hard work and voluntary service. I enjoy learning from others.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in South Carolina as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. My Mormon Pioneer ancestors migrated West, but my Mormon parents took us back east. I'm glad they did. There is no better place to raise a family than in the Southern States. People are kind and generous. They listen and take time to be true neighbors. The fabric of society in the South is Christ-centered. Although my beliefs were largely misunderstood, my closest friends supported and I believe even admired my standards. The support, as well as occasional opposition, helped me to recognize truths I had been taught. By addressing questions during my upbringing, and through contemplative prayer, I came to know of the truthfulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and His Restored Church. As I have grown, I can see clearly how living Christian principles has blessed my life and the lives of others. Each of us has a loving Heavenly Father whose son, Jesus Christ, provides a way for us to overcome death and sin. Living His divine Plan brings happiness in this life as well as the life to come. Through this Plan, we have an opportunity to live eternally with our families in the presence of our Heavenly Father. That is my most important goal.

How I live my faith

I've actively been involved in contributing to my church congregation since I was young. I especially enjoy interacting with youth. Most of my service has been in this area. I currently lead the Sunday School organization, where each Sunday I am responsible to oversee the instruction of youth and adults in the congregation to which I belong. In the past, I've served as Bishop, responsible for leading a congregation of about 600 Church members. I've had several other leadership positions. Regardless of position, I enjoy learning and helping others.