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Hi I'm Rollin; my wife is Crystal.

I'm a Mormon. We raised our family in Mesa, AZ. We now live in Prescott Valley; after a short four year stay in Flagstaff.

About Me

I work as a Research and Design Engineer. My engineering career has taken me to many places around the country. I've enjoyed a challenging variety of projects from areospace to medical device manufacturing. My wife works in the public schools helping students with special needs such as autism. Our children are grown and now live away from home. We enjoy reading, gardening and taking walks together. We are new to Prescott Valley, Arizona and find it much like "Little House on the Prairie".

Why I am a Mormon

We were both born and raised in the church in southern California. We both had wonderful active parents that set the example and helped us learn gospel teachings throughout our youth and teen years. I served a mission to the Eastern States in 1968, which gave me an opportunity to share my beliefs with others. But it wasn't until I was married and started a family of my own that I realized the importance of the gospel and my belief in Jesus Christ. The church taught us how to keep our family strong by using Family Home Evening, Scripture Study and Family Prayer as the framework. The church continues to give us direction, strength and hope. The importance of families is documented in, "The Family: A Proclamation to the World". We each have specific roles and responsibilities. Families are the basic units of society. Families are suppose to be "forever".

How I live my faith

Our lives are centered around church and family. We hope to follow our Savior, Jesus Christ through serving each other and our neighbors. Our desire is to promote good and wholesome activities in the community. Our membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints brings us happiness and gives us strength to face our daily challenges.