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Hi I'm Jason P. Bliss

I am a CEO by day, but I never forget that I am a husband, father and Mormon every day and night.

About Me

Let me take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Jason, but my friends and family call me Jay. My educational pursuits started at Brigham Young University and later a Masters of Business Administration from George Washington University. Professionally I have worked in the healthcare arena as a healthcare administrator and executive director in rehabilitation and sub-acute centers and CCRCs in California. Through the encouragement of a supportive and amazing wife, I am currently a founder of several post-acute healthcare companies in California, Oregon and Arizona. While I enjoy the opportunity in fulfilling my entrepreneurial dreams, there is nothing more important to me than the relationship with my wife, and my 5 momentously wonderful children. During my free time, if there is such a thing, I am with my family traveling, experiencing new adventures, exercising (all 5 kids join us in a daily routine) or reading an intriguing book.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon by choice – that is the most important thing I can share about my decision to follow the teachings of my church. I have had time and time again confirmation that the lifestyle I live, and the church I believe in is right for me, and for my family. While I could share with you all of the circumstances that led to my conversion, maintaining a succinct response, I would say this – I studied, and prayed, and received the truth.

How I live my faith

I live my faith daily - it is nearly impossible to live a faith with a one time a week event (attendance at Church Services only). Having said that, I believe strongly that living my faith isn't just about attending meetings....it is the daily differences made in caring for those in need; loving and leading my family; courting my wife every day (making her know that our relationship and the successful nurturing of that relationship is monumental to the success of our family); and conscientiously recognizing changes that need to be made in my life and seeking to improve.