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Hi I'm Randy

I'm a Mormon. I was the first in my family to graduate from college. I'm so happy to be a husband and a father.

About Me

I enjoy progressing in life. This involves work, play, travel and serving others. I guess you could say...I cherise the journey of life. I believe in putting in an honest days work. I also like to take time to play hard with family and friends. Traveling gives me the opportunity to relate to other people and cultures. It helps me appreciate all the many wonderful blessings that I enjoy. Serving others makes me feel good and appreciate that I am helping someone else on the planet with their progression, as well. I am a husband, father and grandfather. I try my very best to fulfill those roles. Spending time with my family is something that brings me much joy and happiness. I run my own busness and enjoy my associations with my employees and clients. The "Golden Rule" is my motto in business, which I feel has blessed my life. You can catch me on the water, the snow and the golf course enjoying various sports. I feel that athletics in my youth taught me so much about myself and life in general.

Why I am a Mormon

Even though I was raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints....I still had to gain a testimony that it is the restored church of Jesus Christ on the earth today in it's fullness. I followed the simple test of reading the Book of Mormon and prayed for a confirmation of it's divinity. I received an answer through the Holy Spirit that I can never deny or ignore. It is only logical that God speaks to his children on the earth today. I am grateful for a apostles and prophets who guide us in these difficult times. This gives me and my family comfort and peace.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by following the prophet. He will never lead us astray. I try to follow his admonition