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Hi I'm Rob Clark

I grew up in Cheney, WA and North Idaho. I own a funeral home in Post Falls, ID.I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have been self-employed my whole life. Growing up on a farm taught me a great work ethic. I've come to realize that when I stay busy, I feel better about my place in this world and that it pleases my Heavenly Father to know that I don't sit idle. I continue to teach my 6 children that a good work ethic is very important in today's world. I know that regardless of what happens to our future, if my children know how to work, they will always be able to take care of themselves and their own family. I have been married for almost 18 years to my wife Nancy. I know I knew her before. We have had so many wonderful times together and I look forward to many more.

Why I am a Mormon

The Priesthood. If it wasn't for the restored priesthood on the earth today, I probably would not be here. I have seen miracles in my own life happen through the power of the priesthood. It is the authority to act in God's name. The power of the priesthood is real and was restored once again by His apostles. It was August of 1987, when I had a horrific camping experience. I had a campstove blow up on me and burned over 30% of my body with 2nd & 3rd degree burns, with my face being the worse. I was instantly given a priesthood blessing, and within that blessing were some amazing promises that came true. I cannot and will not deny the reality and sacredness of the priesthood. That was the conversion of my life and that is why I'm a Mormon. Everything about this gospel makes more and more sense everyday, and I know that I can return to live with my Heavenly Father if I continue to live it's teachings and endure to the end in faith and obedience.

How I live my faith

I always try to be the best person I can be to all those I come into contact with. I know that through honesty and integrity, actions are noticed more than words and that is what people remember, not what you say, what you do. I have worked with the youth programs for many years and love every minute of it. It is amazing to see their lives change and get to be a part of so many memories.