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Hi I'm Jim Quinn

I'm a Mormon. I'm an advocate of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States.

About Me

I am 57 years old. I currently work for The Home Depot. I retired from a carreer with the department of Veteran's Affairs after thirty five years of service, four of which were spent in the Army. I am married, and have one adult daughter. I am a member of The Freedom First Society. My hobbies include; being a student of the principles of liberty and the proper role of government, speed walking and nutrition.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised as a Mormon by my parents, who along with other members of our Church, taught me well. As a youth I became less active. When my daughter was born I spent time reflecting upon the value of my membership in the Church. I realized that my testimony of Jesus Christ, my Heavenly Father and the principles of the Gospel were very valuable in my life. I decided that I owed my daughter that same opportunity. I also realized that children do as their parents do, not what their parents say. I went back to being a fully active member of my religion, and the blessings have never stopped coming, not the least of which is a lovely, accomplished daughter who is married to a wonderful return missionary. I am confident that they will provide our grand children with that same opportunity, which brings great peace of mind.

How I live my faith

Being an active Mormon is a full time activity, which has provided me with many opportunities to serve others, grow in my abilities, and strengthen relationships with family, friends, my Savior and my Heavenly Father. Some of those opportunities have been being a scout master, serving in priesthood leadership, teaching classes, teaching with the missionaries, visiting and administering to other members, and working on community services projects.