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Hi I'm Ron

I grew up in California. I have a Master's Degree in Physical Education. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

After graduating from college I taught High School and was the Varsity Baseball Coach. After teaching and coaching for 13 years I retired from teaching and took a job as an engineer. I am the father of six children (three boys and three girls) and have 22 grand childen (11 boys and 11 girls). I like to hunt and fish and play golf.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in a small branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As a youth I knew the Church was true and tried to live the Commendments such as the Word of Wisdom, tithing, not swearing, those things that I could understand. The Lord has always blessed me as I have chosen to follow his commendments. As I have read and studied the scriptures and lived the commendments my testimony of the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ has grown. I have had many prayers answered and many other revelatory experiences that have strengthen my testimony. I can bear solemn testimony that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is true and has been restored to the earth through Joseph Smith and that the Book of Mormon is true and we are led by a Prophet today.

How I live my faith

I try to be a disciple of Christ in my daily life and set a good example to all those that I associate with at work and in the community. I have served in the Church in many capacities such as teaching the youth and also teaching adults. I have served in many leadership capacities and have always enjoyed serving in the Lord's Kingdom. I have coached Little League baseball and Youth soccer when my children were young because it is important that we are all involved in serving in the community. I continued to serve in the Church when asked and continue to be involved in my community.