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Hi I'm Kent Rosenlof

I'm a Mormon. I've been living in Colorado for about 25 years. This is my home.

About Me

I live in Parker Colorado. Currently I work at the Post Office, after retiring from the Bureau of Reclamation (Department of the Interior), and retiring from the Navy Reserve. I was a manager computer analyst for the Bureau, and a Chief Data Processing technician for the Navy. I love to golf, and enjoy the out of doors. I used to be an avid hunter and fisherman, but have found the sports, difficult the grasp here in the front range.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the church, but my parents were not active. Through my friends, attendance at church activities, I put the church to the test by praying for confirmation of the church's truthfulness. After many prayers, I came to realize the not only was the church true, but that the Lord loved me. After the confirmation at the age of 19, I elected to serve a mission and tell others what I knew, and felt. The Church is the very backbone of my existence, the knowledge that I have of the Gospel, gives me peace and surety that not only does the Lord exist and loves me, but has made it possible for me to be with my wife and family for time and all eternity. Despite my faults, I'm able to repent, and improve my life. My life has a real purpose. The knowledge the the next life will be filled with even better opportunities and blessing than this one gives me not only hope, but a calmness within my being. Just think, when I finally depart this earth, I'll be reunited with my parents and siblings. and will await the union of my own personal family. My testimony provides my with calmness, and assurance for the next life, while bringing my joy in this life.

How I live my faith

I try to live by every word and commandment the Lord has given me. I try to be a good example to my family and all who know me.