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Hi I'm Eric

I am The President of a small manufaction company in Broomfield Colorado I am a Mormon.

About Me

Hi, I am a loving husband and a father of 3. I and my wife Sandra run a small Manufacturing company that supplies parts for a wide range of companies all across the United States and Canada. We have been very blessed in these though economic time with our business. We have two sons and a daughter, all three are in collage. Our youngest son and our daughter attend Brigham Young University in Provo Utah and our oldest son is attending the Colorado School of Mines in Golden Colorado. My wife Sandra and I met while in High School in Broomfield Colorado. A wonderful Friendship started and continues to this day. I served a mission in the Nevada Las Vegas Mission in which I served in parts of three different States, Nevada, Arizona and California. I have enjoyed our children growing up in Colorado, were I was able to coach all three of my children in a couple of different sports, I coach soccer which when I started I knew little about the sport but have come to love watching and coaching. I enjoy watching the Colorado Rockies play baseball but I think I am the number two fan in our family as my daughter love to watch the Rockies also.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up a loving home. I was raised in a home with a father that was a convert to the LDS church a few years before I was born. My mother had strong family ties to the Baptist church and remained a member of the baptist faith. As I grew up as and was baptized at the age of 8 in the LDS church had many struggles growing up in a home of two different faiths. My mother was a very strong believer in Christ and was the Strong advocate for me attending church every week. I still had many questions and wonder why if the Church was true why was my loving mother not a member or did it even matter what church I belonged to. When I was 15 I could no longer put off finding out for myself if the Church was true and if Heavenly Father really care about me and what church I went to, I started out to read the Book of Mormon and find out through prayer and reading if the Book of Mormon was a true book from God. I read and received the sweets most peaceful feeling and at the age of 15 I found out for myself Heavenly Fathers Church is here on the earth and directed by revelation to men here on earth. Once I found out for myself the church was true I prayed continually for my Mother to know what I knew and desired our family to be sealed together forever in a temple of our Heavenly Father. I have two older brothers one who served in Geneva Switzerland mission and one who was out on his mission at the time as I was preparing to go out on my mission to Las Vegas mission. My mother made the decision to become a member and now we could all look forward to the day we all could go to the temple to become a forever family. That happened shortly after I returned home from serving my mission. I was able to enter the house of the Lord the Temple in Jordan River Utah and marry my sweet heart for time and all eternity and know my family is a forever family. I know that my family does not end when death comes. I love being a follower of Christ

How I live my faith

I love being a believer and a follower of Jesus Christ. It make everyday meaningful as I try to follow his foot steps. This church is more than a Sunday Church and it is a life style of doing good to all men. My serves in the church has veryied from teaching young children on Sunday working with teenages on Sunday and During the week, to working with the men and Families of the church become better follower of Christ better Husbands and Fathers. I go out every week and visit our members of our church from the very active to the less active and help them know of our Heavenly Fathers love for them and to help them be follower of Christ.