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Hi I'm Bill

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a husband and father to two daughters. My first career was as a Mechanical Engineer working for an aerospace company. My next career was as a registered nurse. And now I am working for a hospital system as a clinical analyst, programming and coordinating IT projects that integrate with the electronic medical record. I am a sports fan, especially with basketball and I enjoy jogging. I enjoy my wife's cooking and love to be at home with family. As a family we have enjoyed back packing, camping and boating. We are all big Harry Potter fans. I also enjoy raising vegetables in our home garden. I enjoy reading the Bible and Book of Mormon scriptures.

Why I am a Mormon

I joined the Church in 1981 while I lived in Westminister California. My conversion started when I went to Church with a friend and met her family. I could see how the Church made them a stronger and loving family. As I learned more about the Church and the gospel I felt it would be a great blessing in my life. We all need more faith to overcome our adversities, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ was able to do that by giving me an eternal purpose, direction and hope.

How I live my faith

I am a spiritual leader in my ward. I do not earn money for this work but I do receive heavenly blessing of peace and strength, as do any that serve others no matter what position they serve. I spend time seeking out those in need in our ward and render assistance of whatever is needed. We can use the Church welfare program that can distribute food or clothes when needed or help with temporary monetary assistance. I also enjoy working with the youth to plan uplifting and wholesome activities that will strengthen their character and build the type of young man or women that will contribute to their family and community in a positive way. The gospel centered principles and values they learn as youth will contribute to them becoming upright, responsible and honest adults.