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Hi I'm Randy

I am a father of 3. I enjoy playing the piano and running. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have been married for 8 wonderful years. My wife and I have 3 beautiful children. My greatest joys are found spending time with them. Growing up I was most known for running cross-country and track. After several years off from running, I recently began training for a half-marathon. I'm definitely not as young as I once was, but have been pleased with my steady progress.

Why I am a Mormon

Being a member of the church has given me the opportunity to learn the purpose of this life. This knowledge helps me to appreciate the many wonderful things of this life and to stay strong during the trials that come. I recognize that I have a Father in Heaven that loves me. He allows me to struggle through the challenges of this life so that I can grow in strength and understanding. I have been provided with friends and family to enjoy this life with and help me through the hard times that sometimes come. I have been blessed with talents and abilities so that I can help other people enjoy this life and make it through their hard times.

How I live my faith

I am grateful for the many opportunities that I have to interact with and serve others. Each day there are chances to strengthen someone by small acts of service and encouraging words. I have the opportunity to help organize the cub scouting program for several local cub scout packs that are sponsored by our church. It is a great experience to see the kids adopting principles which will help them be effective in their own lives and good citizens of their communities. I also have an opportunity to work with young men and women in the church and make sure that the programs organized for them are helping them to develop the knowledge and abilities they need to be successful in their lives.