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Hi I'm Keith

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a businessman that enjoys fly fishing and an occasional round of golf as time permits. Between my wife and I we have nine children with a growing group of grand children, 16 currently, with more on the way. Spending time with my wife and family is always an enjoyable and great use of time.

Why I am a Mormon

Even though I was born to parents who were members of the Mormon faith, I needed to gain my own testimony of the purpose of life and that Jesus Christ is my Savior and that our Father in Heaven is real and a loving Father. With all the potential paths of life and worldly distractions all around, having a firm foundation with a real reason to be on earth and where I want to end up has given me the desire to try harder each day to follow the teachings of Christ. Being a member of the Mormon faith has taught me true principles to live by and given me opportunities to serve and to assist others.

How I live my faith

Over the past four years I have served on the Board of Directors for the Homeowners Association were I live. I am currently the President of the Board and the time of service gives me a chance to give back to the community and society for what I have received. Yet, it is in the Church where I feel the most satisfaction with service. There are many individuals throughout my life whom have taken time to and still teach me, through example and lessons, on the practical and spiritual side of life, which I am grateful. In my own way I hope to pass on the lessons received and use the ways that are available as an active member in the Church to serve and share teachings and experiences with others. These opportunities of personal growth and service take place in many ways such as when I am able to visit others in their homes, work shoulder to shoulder in service projects, helping others move or assist in their needs, or prepare to teach a Sunday lesson.