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Hi I'm Scott

I'm a scholar, I'm a gentleman, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm first and foremost a husband to my wife and father to our 2 sons. I'm a college graduate working in global sourcing. I'm a fan of whatever sport is in season - both playing and following. I'm an aficionado of good comedy, and find myself funnier than anyone else does. I'm an optimistic person because its much more fun - which may also explain my view of my own sense of humor.  

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because the teachings of the church have answered all of life's big questions for me. Those answers bring me peace and set the perspective for what I do and how I react to things in my life. I'll be grateful to have these answers when my sons eventually ask the questions. Where did I come from, what is the purpose of this life, what happens when we die? All of these questions would be annoyingly troublesome to me without the clarity that the gospel brings. Most of all, however, I'm a Mormon because I have been taught what our Savior did for us and this is the best way I can show Him that I appreciate it. 

How I live my faith

 I live my faith by trying to be a good husband and father and by serving others. Living this faith starts in the home. I can't hope to call myself a good member of this church if my wife and kids wouldn't believe it. I do my best to be kind, loving , and supportive to them. They are the biggest responsibility I have in this life... although everyone would tell you keeping me in line is a much bigger responsibility that falls to my wife... Service is also a central part of living this faith. The Savior spent His life in service to others and in our best efforts to follow His example, we had better be found in the service of others. This can consist of holding positions in the church, or in bringing cookies to our neighbors. The main requirement is looking to the good of others before your own.