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Hi I'm Rick

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am first and foremost a husband and father whose number one priority is my family. I am employed at a major aerospace company where I work as a Government Property Administrator and Six Sigma practitioner. I have an undergraduate degree in Public Administration and a Maters degree in Education both of which have helped me to be successful in my current profession. I enjoy jogging, playing basketball and watching Andy of Mayberry reruns on TV.

Why I am a Mormon

 I am a Mormon because of the many blessing that come with being a member of the Church. Though baptized at the age of 18, I was only active for a short period of time before going inactive. For many years I lived outside the protection and comfort of the gospel. I wondered from one failed relationship and life style to another looking for the stability and happiness that continued to elude me. It was not until I embraced the teaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ that my search for true happiness was realized.

How I live my faith

 There are many ways in which I live my faith. The Church places a great deal of emphasis on the family and provides council on ways to strengthen it. A simple but beautiful primary song teaches us that there is beauty all around, when there is love at home. I live my faith first by loving my wife and son. I strive always to provide for them and to bring a wonderful spirit into our home. I also live my faith through service both within and outside the church. My current calling or assignment in the church is that of Assistant Scout Master. I have the privilege of working with young men and developing in them, the skills, attitude, and character necessary for transition to successful and productive adults. We are also taught the” Man is that he may have joy”. I especially live my faith through accentuating and sharing with others the joy that being a Mormon brings to me and my family.