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Hi I'm Beverly.

I've lived in 7 states in the U.S. and in Ireland. I'm a wife & mom, and I love it! I'm also a nurse. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up the youngest sibling in a large family. My parents supported us in all that we did, coming to our games, concerts, and plays. They truly let us know how much we are loved! I try to follow that example now with my husband and our children. I sing to my family as often as possible and am thrilled to hear my little ones sing along. I graduated from Ricks College in Idaho and from Shepherd University in West Virginia. I work as a nurse in Labor and Delivery and love seeing little miracles come into the world. I love to sing, read, bake, and spend time with family.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family with parents who are members of the LDS Church and have attended my whole life. I have always believed the Church is true. When I was about 16 years old, I was challenged to find out for myself if what I had always been taught and believed was true. As I accepted the challenge and asked in prayer, the answer came as a quiet reassurance and feeling of peace in my heart and in my head that I already knew the Gospel was true. I had been taught the truth from my childhood through examples of family and friends. I no longer believed, I knew the Church was true. My testimony was strenghtened. That testimony of the truthfulness of the Gospel was my steadying rock a few short years later as my mother/best friend passed away. I knew that I would be able to see her again if I lived worthy of that gift. What peace and sweet comfort it is to know that we have a loving Father in Heaven who has given us the gift of eternal families! So many experiences in my life have reminded me of the love of my Father, His Son Jesus Christ, and the Spirit. I am blessed to be able to have and share my testimony.

How I live my faith

Living my faith is not something I actively think about. It has become who I am as I try to live closer to the example of my Savior. It is the basis for the way I think, the things I do and say, the way I feel about and interact with others. I seek to share Heavenly Fathers love with all those with whom I come in contact.