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Hi I'm Greg

I grew up in Massachusetts. I love to ski. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love life and all that it has to offer. I love to ski, sail, and travel. I own a real estate investing business and buy property all over the Midwest. My goal is to be a part of the solution in the housing industry and give lower income people the opportunity to own their own home. I graduated from the U and have been married for 16 years. My wife and I have 5 children. They are my life and are amazing. I help coach a U-14 soccer team. I have 3 daughters playing competitive soccer. I have been a ski instructor, high school asst.-basketball coach, life coach, and currently a national D-licensed soccer coach. I am working hard to free up my time to coach more and be with my family more.

Why I am a Mormon

A simply complicated question. I consider myself more LDS than Mormon. The Mormon culture simply drives me crazy. I love Mormons don't get me wrong, yet the culture is very disconcerting to me. I love the LDS church and the teachings. I find some easy and some hard to live and work daily to be a good christian and make a difference in other people's lives. At the end of the day we are all human and if we could take the savior's love and put it into our lives the world becomes a better place. I was once asked if I had been saved? I asked, "what do you mean" and the good Baptist asked, "have you accepted Jesus Christ into your heart?" I answered, "then I have been saved." He then asked, "Why are you a Mormon?" I answered, "well I was christened Catholic, saved in my heart, so I went out and found the hardest religion I could find just in case and got baptized a Latter Day Saint!" The culture and church are two different things to me.

How I live my faith

Right now I am focused on keeping myself on the path. It has been a difficult couple of years. I have spent a lot of time helping the young men of the church and always feel the most comfortable trying to inspire them and others to live their greatest life. I spend most of my free time coaching girls youth soccer at the competitive level. It allows me to give to the girls from my community and still spend time with my daughters. The best of both worlds for me.