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Hi I'm Coleman

I'm a father, a pianist and an engineer. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father of 3 beautiful little girls and the husband of a wonderful woman. I enjoy spending time with my family especially doing things outdoors. I love camping and hiking and doing pretty much anything in the mountains of Colorado. I'm a Civil Engineer and I work for a consulting firm here in Denver doing many different kinds of interesting projects. I have a great love for music and it is a big part of my life. I play the piano and the guitar and love to play and listen to all kinds of music from classical to jazz, to rock and pop. I love introducing my kids to different kinds of music and helping them to appreciate and enjoy it with me.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up as a mormon and I the things I learned as a child have defined who I am and what I believe. I don't know everything, but I know that I am a child of God, and I can return and live with Him because of the sacrifice of His son Jesus Christ. The church brings stability to my life and helps guide me through the plan our Heavenly Father prepared for us. I really don't know what my life would be without the church as it is such an important part of who I am and what I believe. My family means everything to me and I want to be sure to provide them with the best opportunities to grow and develop into good people. Raising my kids in the church will teach them the values they need to be prepared for the difficult decisions they will face in life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith in every aspect of my life whether it be at work, home or at church. I try to be a good person and set a good example for my family. I enjoy serving in the church and helping out with activities and worship services. I have enjoyed working as a leader in the Boy Scouts program helping the youth of the church learn skills and build character through fun activities.