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Hi I'm Aaron

I live in the Pacific NW, I love my Family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a geotechnial engineer who enjoys taking part in making the world a better place. I enjoy solving problems and interacting with people. I am a husband and father. I love spending time with my family. I also enjoy working on my house and in the yard. I enjoy learning new things. I have had the opportunity to work with the youth of the church and enjoy the time I spend with them. They push me to try new things and hopefully I teach them a thing or two along the way.

Why I am a Mormon

I have an extensive pioneer heritage that I am very proud of. I have been blessed to be able to build on that heritage. Some of my ancestors were early pioneers and church leaders. My mother was a convert to the church while in college. Her decision has already impacted two generations (me and my children.) I am grateful for my pioneer heritage both new and old. I am most grateful for an upbringing that allowed me to have the opportunity to learn for myself that the gospel of Jesus Christ is true. It has given me the strength and ability to handle the ups and downs of life and to always have the ability to step back and see the "big picture". I know God loves me and has a plan for me. I know Jesus Christ is my Savior. I know that we can live together again as families. I know that as we strive to live our life to the best of our ability and have faith and repent, we can return to live with Heavenly Father again as eternal families.

How I live my faith

I have most recently spent most of my time serving the youth of the church. We have enjoyed many wonderful experiences together. I am proud of them and their strength amid the temptations of the world. We spend time as a family reading the scriptures and praying together. We work together around the house. But most importantly we have fun together and learn how to get along and be happy.