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Hi I'm Katrina

I am a wife and a mother of two grown boys. I am a registered nurse. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have always lived in the United States of America. I come from a very proud mililtary background. I am the mother of two boys. I have been married for 26 years. My youngest son is finishing his college degree in bioinformatics. I have a bachelor degree in nursing. I have worked as a registered nurse for many years. I love doing genealogy, scrapbooking and taking pictures of my family. I love to travel and have a list of places that I would still love to see.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family that was already Mormon. My parents, grandparents and great-grandparents were Mormon. It became very important for me to obtain my own personal conversion to the Mormon faith after I left home. I always wanted church and religion to be a centered foundation for my home. When I was going to nursing school I interviewed a family in our ward about why they thought they had a good home and family life. The husband of the family told me that it was because his family tried to live a life that was centered around their Savior Jesus Christ. This family used this principle to make all their decisions, and to keep a focus for their family. I loved the concept so much that from then on I made that commitment for my home and family. I also try to use this focus for me as an individual. I love that the Mormon faith is a life style that is lived every day and all the time.

How I live my faith

In my ward I am a Family History consultant. I teach genealogy classes, and help people in any way that they need help with their family history and genealogy. I love doing genealogy! It is like writing my own detective novel every time I help a family or individual with their family history. I also go and visit several sisters in our ward every month. I help these sisters with things that they need. I think it is good that everyone knows that there is someone that they can always call that cares about them. I think it is important for people to know that there are always people that they can call that care about them, and that they can always rely on them for help and support.