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Hi I'm Trevor

I live in the beautiful state of Georgia and work in public health. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

After pursuing a graduate degree in public health, I was more than fortunate to find the best job in the world. I am  an epidemiologist. I love it! It also allows me to meet and interact with a great many people, which, I also thoroughly enjoy. I am a son, a brother, and hope to be a father. I pretend to sing, love to cook, play music, and be outdoors as much as possible whether I'm camping, hiking, lounging on the beach, or taking a long road trip on a motorcycle.

Why I am a Mormon

Having grown up in Utah, with parent's who obviously had a deep and abiding love for God, and friends who were also members of the church, and Mormon's on every side, seems to have predisposed my early unification to the church. Still, I was given the choice early on to become a follower of Christ and felt at a young age that there would be more happiness, peace and knowledge for me if I chose to become an active and believing member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I have found this to be true through active participation and living of the principles Jesus Christ established and taught. I am grateful for the privilege and opportunity to be a member of this church, to learn of Christ and slowly become more like Him.

How I live my faith

I try and live the principles of the gospel on a daily basis by studying the scriptures, praying regularly, attending church meetings and participating in other activities and then sharing my beliefs and love for the gospel of Jesus Christ with others. I participate in community service activities, or assist local charities as well. I am learning to be like Jesus, a little more every day.