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Hi I'm Doyle

I grew up in Arizona, spent 14 1/2 years in the USAF & Army National Guard. Now I'm a Tow truck driver & I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a native born Arizonan 3 generations on both sides I was born second in my family of 3 boys, one minute behind my twin brother although we weren't identical. I graduated from a high school in a small town. After graduating I joined the AZ Army national guard after learning I could take a leave of absence to serve a Mission for my Church. After a year in the National Guard I served a mission in the Philippines Cebu Mission. After coming home I worked for two years and then joined the US Air Force. I traveled to many places during my 10 1/2 years in the USAF. I was eligible for an early separation bonus from the USAF and so I rejoined the civilian sector. After separating I purchased a home in AZ and drove a Cement truck for 3 or 4 years until my brother and his wife started a towing company of which I have worked for the last 11 years or so now!

Why I am a Mormon

I am one of those people who really struggle to put my feelings into words. But I feel compelled to share with anyone that will listen, about my testimony of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as taught in his true church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In my preteen years My parents who are members of the church, were not active in the church at that time. The great thing was that they always made it possible for us to attend all of our meetings Primary (which was in the middle of the week in those days) and all of our Sunday meetings (which was not like now in a 3 hour block of time, but it was spread out into 3 different meetings during the day). I'm sure it would have been easier for them to just have not had us attend those various meetings. But how happy I am that they did make it so that we could attend. It has been a great foundation for me in all that I have done in my life it has really been a solid anchor for me! Not that I'm perfect. Life has not always been clear sailing for me I have experienced the fierceness of the tempest and the bumps that life has to offer but also I have experienced the good as well. I have found myself inactive in the church for a number of years but it was my undying testimony in the Gospel of Jesus Christ that ultimately brought me back and is what keeps me grounded day to day! The only lasting happiness that I have found and fills the voids we have is this Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is my testimony that those voids in our lives that the world can not fill no matter what we do or where we look, the gospel of Jesus Christ will fill you up and make you whole!

How I live my faith

I try to take it all one day at a time, keeping in mind the simple things. I try to take the good examples that I have that others have set for me, and use them to better myself.