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Hi I'm Tom

I'm a Husband, Father of 6, Proud Grandpa, I love to Golf and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a very proud Father to 6 Wonderful Kids. 4 Boys and 2 Girls. Currently We have 2 of the most awesome Grandsons on the planet. I have a Beautiful wife who has been my solid rock since High School. I love to play golf with my boys, fishing has always been a sweet passion and I love the mountains. I manage a very successful drilling supply business, and enjoy daily the relationships that I have developed. Three years ago, my wife, youngest daughter and 1st grandson were in a serious automobile accident. My wife and daughter were both on life support in two different hospitals for two months. This was a time in my life where you step back, evaluate priorities, and really reflect on whats important in life. All the big things don't seem to be big anymore. Alot of healing has taken place and alot more to come. Amid all the trials that we seem to face everyday, either big or small, Life is Amazing.....and should be lived as such.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the Church. My Mormon ancestory goes back 5 generations. I chose to serve a mission for the church and faithfully did so in Tennessee and Kentucky. This is where I first hand witnessed the changing of lives from the teachings of the gospel. Being able to share my testimony for two years has forever changed my life. I love the church. Receiving strength from living the Word of Wisdom has always been a sweet blessing. The Saviors sacrifice of the Atonement blesses lives each day, and the opportunity to be sealed as a Family FOREVER....well just imagine how awesome this is. The plan is great! and its simple. We are only asked to life good lives and bless those around us. Its not always easy but certainly we know that it will be worth it if we are faithful.

How I live my faith

I choose to be a Mormon. Living my faith isn't easy, the world encourages us differently. Its always easier to make wrong choices and take the road that is traveled alot. I teach the young adults in church and participate in teaching members that need extra strength. Living by example to me is the best way to share who I am.