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Hi I'm Rich

I retired and now enjoy life without a clock. My wife and share 2 days a week serving in the Bishop`s Storehouse and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My best friend is my wife of 27 years. We have 4 children and 6 Grandchildren. I enjoy wood working doing small projects. I enjoy spending time camping and fishing and just spending time in the mountains during the summer.

Why I am a Mormon

I joined the church about 25 years ago after attending the ward in Buckley. I attended this ward with my wife who was a member. The missionaries were great and used the the Old and New Testaments along with the Book of Mormon to show me what our Heavenly Father's plan was for us. That He loves each one of us and wants us to return home to Him. They helped me to understand what it was that I needed to do to return. I am grateful that our Heavenly Father has not stopped providing guidance to us. I have a testimony that President Monson is a Prophet of our Heavenly Father and that he continues to lead and guide us today as in the days of Prophets of the Bible. I know that Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior and and that He has provided a pathway for me to return to our Heavenly Father if only I repent of my transgressions and follow His Commandments. I am grateful for my membership in His Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

How I live my faith

My wife and I retired about 3 years ago and shortly after retiring we served an 18 month mission for the Church in Nebraska and California. We were able to work on a ranch and a farm doing repairs on homes and water systems. It was such a joy to be able to help the ranch/farm staff as we made repairs to thier homes. We were just called to serve an 18 month mission in the Kent Bishop's Storehouse where we will be able to assist those who come for help. It is so sweet to be able to just be there and extend a hand of fellowship and love to others.