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Hi I'm Boyd

I'm a husband and father and love spending time with my family. I love fishing and hunting and Skiing. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was baptized when I was eight years old and was raised in the church. I served a mission in the West Virginia, Charleston Mission when I was 21-22 years old and then after returning was sealing to my wife in the Dallas Temple. Since then, I served in the U.S. Air Force for 4 years then have embarked on a career in the construction industry. I currently work in project management for the construction of large scale fiber optic communications networks and security systems. When I'm not working I love spending time with my wife and children. I look forward each day to spending evenings with my family and finding out what they did during their day and how they are doing. I love being outdoors, hunting and fishing.

Why I am a Mormon

While attending college and living away from home, I came to the realization that I truly did believe the things I had been taught and began developing my own testimony. I knew that I wanted to have the gospel in my life for the rest of my life. I have a strong testimony that families can be together forever through proper ordinances performed by the priesthood in the temple. I want each member of my family to have the same blessings available to them from our heavenly father.

How I live my faith

Being a member of the church I have had the opportunity to serve in many different callings and it has been a great blessing. I've served in organizations for all different age groups and have had opportunities and done things that I would not have done otherwise. Much of our time now seems to involve activities for our teenagers. It is great for them to have fun, wholesome activities to participate in and spend time with other youth that have their same beliefs.