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Hi I'm Warren

I grew up in Utah. I help people recover after having a stroke. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a full time father and husband, a full time physical therapist, and a very part time fisherman. I grew up playing soccer, distance running, and basketball and found a way to monetize my love of sport. Some day I will be a full time fisherman, but today a choose to use my time for family, and let those fish grow a little bigger for days when I'm a part time therapist.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up a Mormon. My Grandmother converted to the Mormon church while living in occupied German. She was reported to Nazi gestapo, and later blacklisted for giving a Jewish man shoes. This new demarcation made life very tough for her, so she and her husband moved to America for a fresh start. Here she lived in a strange land with very little grasp of the language. Growing up near her small urban home, I remember her relating stories of her life before and after her conversion in her native land. Her inspiring stories and example of kindness sparked the genesis of my own conversion, and desire to know more of the religion that was handed down to me. I came to know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (The Mormon Church) was true by living it's standards.

How I live my faith

In my work, I help people recovery from stroke or other conditions that effect the brain. Regardless of their position, wealth, or influence, the people I help will never be the same after diagnosis. My daily proximity to these life altering experiences has taught me several lessons. One, if possible never go without good health insurance and two, don't leave your life to chance. I love my family, I want to be with them forever-even after I die. I choose to apply my faith in Jesus Christ, by trying to help those around me, setting a good example, and trying to do what Christ did, with the hope that this will ensure blessing. As I try to emulate the life and example of Jesus I find greater peace and joy in my life...even if it mean sleepless nights because someone had a bad dream or less personal time because the neighbors needed help moving. I try to live my faith, not just profess it.