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Hi I'm Kerry Pabst

I love the outdoors, camping and fishing, motorcycles, and of course golfing. It's one of the things I enjoy most. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I met my wife while attending USU Eastern over thirty years ago. I've been working in the electrical power generation business for just over thirty years and currently work to help my company protect the environment by supporting the environmental compliance efforts. We have raised 6 children in the gospel and feel that our family is the most important element of our lives. Our five daughters and one son bring us joy and happiness and now we have six grandchildren to add to that joy. I enjoy camping with friends or family, golfing, fishing, watching professional sporting events, theater, and traveling to new vistas. My youngest child graduated from high school this past summer and is headed off to college.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the church but have come to truly value my testimony and the precepts of the gospel that help to strengthen my family. By remaining close to the teaching of Christ I know that I can continue to improve my life while effecting positive things in the lives of others whom I come in contact with. Even if they choose not to believe in those things which I find valuable I hope and pray that they will know of my love for them and more importantly the love that the Savior has for them.

How I live my faith

I have served in many capacities in our church. I have worked with the youth in scouting programs from ages 8 to 18. With groups of 3 to well over 100, it's amazing to see the growth that these young people gain through service to others and working together to plan and organize activities. One of my favorite activities that I helped plan was one in which about 30 men and boys built some 25 handcarts. Although they more resembled something you might find at a hunting camp. These carts were made by cutting bicycles in half along the seat post and crankshaft such that just the triangle of the back part of the bicycle was left. We attached two of these to a wood frame with some "U" bolts and used some conduit for cross braces. We took these handcarts and loaded them with gear along with about 250 youth and adult leaders and hiked across the top of a mountain. We spent the night in tents and held activities along the way. This was meant to help us understand the hardships that the pioneers faced when they came out west in the early days of the church. It was wonderful to see each of the youth help others through the hard parts. What a great way for anyone to see the benefit of how many hands make light work!