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Hi I'm Paul

I grew up in Arizona and am very fond of living here. Some of my ancestors were among the earliest Mormon settlers in the state.

About Me

I was born in a rather unusual town--Snowflake, Arizona. It was settled in 1878 and was among the earliest settlements in Arizona by the Mormons. I have closer connections, however, to a small town near Snowflake called Taylor, named for the 3rd President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, John Taylor. I am very interested in music ( have a Master's Degree in same), and taught music 22 years in public schools. I also taught Spanish for 15 years, but am now retired. I was privileged to learn Spanish while on my mission to Argentina, 1967-1969. I truly enjoyed my mission and came to love the people. I am married, have three children and ten living grandchildren. We are all active members of the church and have strong testimonies. We are thankful for the many blessings the Lord has given us and invite all to investigate the church. Our Father in Heaven loves all His children.

Why I am a Mormon

I have had wonderful parents who brought me up in the Mormon church. I especially came to know more about the Savior while on my mission in Argentina.

How I live my faith

I try to serve others with my musical abiities and by assisting in leadership positions.