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Hi I'm Aros

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

As a small town American boy I found adventure, fun, mischief and hard work... Now, I am a man trying my hardest to be a good husband, father, brother and proper citizen. I love the lifestyle America has provided for me and I hope to pass it on (in better condition) to my four children. I love to go on family hikes (extreme and mild), I love hot rod's, calling out political corruption, standing up for the US Constitution, I volunteer countless time serving and creating fun and educational community festivals. If I can serve God, be with my family and be a responsible citizen, then that is all I need in life!

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptized a Mormon at the age of eight, thanks to my special grandmother, but I chose not to go to church and resented anybody that wanted to preach to me, until I was 16. It all changed because of my grandmother, her house always had a wonderful peaceful feeling that I just loved to feel. Sometimes I would ride my bicycle to her house on hot summer days and just sit in the plant laden living room, in the peaceful quite, until I fell asleep. At 16 I was exploring her library and found an older blue Book of Mormon, with the a gold Angel Moroni on the cover, and opened it to find my name written with my hand writing. I secretly took it to my room and began reading it. I read it every night that summer, hiding it carefully so no one would see my interest. To my dismay, I began to notice my attitude changing. I no longer had a temper, and began to gain more of an eternal perspective, and it was all because of the book. This was not a change I wanted to have happen, but my life went from chaos to structure. I developed wonderful friends, including the one that would become my eternal companion. After high school, I was called to serve a two year mission in the Canada Toronto West Mission. Then I returned home and found my high school sweet heart had not found someone else to marry. I like to say, "She could not find anybody better," but now I am committed to living up to that for eternity.

How I live my faith

I know that as a mortal man, it is impossible to be perfect, but I love my savior Jesus Christ and hope that my heart can stay toward him, that one day he can call me and my family his. My wife and I have the noble calling of the Weblos Scout leaders and we understand how important that calling is. I am working very hard on a new festival, in southern Utah called, "The Dixie Legacy Celebration", I hope to help preserve the special patriotic and pioneering spirit of Utah's Dixie.