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Hi I'm Steve.

I'm a pharmacist. I'm tall. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I come from a great family. My parents have been married for over 40 years and each of my 5 siblings are married. I have many nieces and nephews with whom I love to play (sometimes I am the "monster" that chases them around and sometimes I am their sidekick in fighting off hordes of imaginary bad guys trying to get into our house). I have enjoyed the past several years of marriage to my wonderful wife and I look forward to our marriage lasting forever. In addition to my family life as a husband/son/brother/uncle, I am a pharmacist working in a hospital and am interested in specializing in either the oncology or critical care. I love playing sports and enjoy the outdoors. During the summers my wife and I love to hike while in the winter we love to snowshoe.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for several reasons. First, this church has helped me come closer to God and to His Son Jesus Christ. Second, I have received a witness from the Holy Ghost that the Book of Mormon is the word of God. Third, I have seen the good that has come into my life and the lives of others by being active members of this church. I believe this church to be God's true church here upon the earth.

How I live my faith

My faith includes and extends beyond Sunday services. I begin each morning with prayer and scripture study to help me start the day off with the proper perspective and with the Holy Ghost. I believe that if I try to put the Lord first in my life then He will bless me throughout the day. As I go about my daily responsibilities I try to be kind and help others in any way I can. Then, before climbing into bed for the night I say another prayer thanking my Heavenly Father for His help and blessings and asking for forgiveness for my sins and poor decisions. I am not perfect, but I know that my Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ, are merciful and willing to help me become better each day.