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Hi I'm Cathy

I'm a Mormon. I'm a wife, mom of 5 married children, & grandmother to 16. I also work part-time as a Professional Organizer.

About Me

When I'm not organizing clients or my own home, I love traveling with my husband especially to see our children and grandchildren that live in another state. We love being able to be a part of our families important activities and events that take place in their lives. We have also been lucky to be able to travel to other states and countries. Part of the fun of traveling is to do the research about where we are going before our trip and to be able to meet new people and make new friends once we are there.

Why I am a Mormon

Although I was baptized when I was eight years old being brought up in an LDS home, I have gained a stronger and stronger testimony of the truthfulness of our Church throughout the years. I loved being able to raise our family with all the Church programs. Since families are such an important part of our Church, we always felt like we had so much "outside" help. I feel so good when I'm in Church meetings, especially when I can help serve others.

How I live my faith

I have loved being able to serve in many different Church callings throughout the years. Each one became my favorite! In the past few years I got to work in our women's organization getting to know and love many women as we served together. I am now helping with the Public Affairs of our city and also have been able to help head up a Community Christmas event.

Who is the Mormon prophet today?

Cathy
We are privileged to have as our current prophet and President, Thomas S. Monson. We believe God has called prophets to lead His Church now just as He did anciently. He is assisted by two counselors - Henry B. Eyring and Dieter F. Uctdorf. We are able to hear them speak twice a year at our General Church Conference. Show more Show less