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Hi I'm Kevin

I'm a lawyer in Arizona and father of four very athletic boys, two of whom are teenagers. Two are missionaries. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My faith and my family are everything to me. We work hard, but enjoy playing together, too. We love to be together, even if we're just talking and laughing. We have an interesting sense of humor in our family. Our 4 sons are involved in many competitive sports, particularly volleyball. Our oldest served his mission in Chile, and returned home in November 2011 after serving full-time for 2 years. He is now studying at BYU. Our second son is on his mission in Honduras. Our two youngest are teenagers and high school students. I enjoy my law practice because it gives me a chance to do what I can to help people navigate through difficult challenges in their lives.

Why I am a Mormon

My faith and religion guide and help me understand why I am here on this Earth, where I came from, and where I am going. I am grateful for my Savior, Jesus Christ, in giving me the chance to repent and do better, and by doing so, to return home to our Father in Heaven by following Him and keeping His commanments. I am a better father because of my faith and church. I am also a better lawyer, coach, and leader because of them. I served a full-time mission to Switzerland, and learned so much about life and faith through that service. I am grateful my oldest son served in Chile and our second in Honduras. Our third is eager to serve his mission and is preparing to submit his applicantion. We have been greatly blessed by our 4 wonderful sons.

How I live my faith

I am active in my community, trying to make it better. For years, I have coached my sons in their various little league baseball and basketball teams. In so doing, I have come to know so many kids and their parents, regardless of their religion. I have also developed a closer relationship with my sons. That has been a blessing, as well as the source of wonderful memories for me. I have served in many leadership roles in my Church, and have been able to work with, teach, and have fun with the youth, particularly the teenagers. I love being with them, and teaching in many settings, even if talking with them one-on-one while hiking on a trail or providing service for someone.