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Hi I'm Spencer

I'm a husband, a father of three and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I am a family man. I will take spending time with my family over any activity. I have been married for six years to an incredible, beautiful wife and have three amazing children. Being a father has been the most difficult, most rewarding experience and I learn how to be better every day. I graduated from BYU in Economics and later got an MBA from University of Colorado. I love numbers, sales, marketing and entrepreneurship. I have been very fortunate to work for a very innovative medical device manufacturer for five years and I love my job. It is very rewarding to know I am making a difference in improving patient outcomes. I love weightlifting, skiing, wake boarding, hiking, biking, running, basically anything outdoors. I did my first mini-triathlon recently and loved it. I would love to do a marathon and maybe a full triathlon sometime.

Why I am a Mormon

Although I was raised as an active member of the church I am definitely a convert. I became converted to the gospel of Jesus Christ by reading His teachings in the Bible and the Book of Mormon, praying and receiving answers to my prayers. The more I strive to live according to the gospel of Jesus Christ the more I feel the comfort, guidance and direction from the Holy Ghost. I know that it is only through Christ that we can return and live with God again and that all of Christ's teachings are found in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Saints (the Mormons). I am so grateful for the atonement of Jesus Chist and I would be lost without it.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by how I live my daily life. I strive to be an example of Christ in what I say and do. I have the privilege of working with the youth as a Young Men's President for my ward. In this calling I assist the youth in building an enriching scouting and mutual program that will help them prepare for their future and, of course, to have fun! Some highlights include a 50 mile backpack trip, white water rafting, eagle projects and campouts where we have gospel conversations around the campfire.