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Hi I'm Zachary

I am a husband, a father of four, a corporate attorney and a Mormon.

About Me

I practice corporate law at a law firm. I love movies, especially summer movies, playing basketball and Mexican food. I love to read everything from classic literature to graphic novels. Most of all, I love to spend time with my family. 

Why I am a Mormon

My parents converted to the Church a few years before I was born. As converts, they strove to learn the gospel of Jesus Christ and to teach it to their children. I relied on their faith for some time, but ultimately I came to know the veracity of the Church through my own study and experiences. Now with a family of my own, we have been blessed by our knowledge of the gospel of Jesus Christ and by our membership in the Church. We are not perfect, but we are happy. We have a saying in our family we borrowed from Ezra Taft Benson - it's "no empty chairs." It means we all watch over, care for, help and support one another so that we can live together as a family forever.

How I live my faith

Family is an integral part of membership in the Church. I live my faith by participating in family activities that bring my family and I closer to Jesus Christ, including family prayer and family scripture study. I, like all members of the Church, am asked to serve in the Church. I've worked with the youth, taught in various capacities and served as an administrative clerk. I've found joy in all my callings and I've been blessed for my service.