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Hi I'm Gregg

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have been married to the same woman for 32 years. We have 4 children and 4 grand children. My occupation is a Certified Public Accountant. I work in a Public Accounting partnership with two other partners. I love to work at carpentry, most finish cartpentry, building furniture and other fixtures for our home. My other interests including working in out garden, growing things, other than weeds.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I love my family, and I know that I can live with my family for eternity. As a result of the area of public accounting, I have chosen to be an expert in, most of my time is spent helping people plan what to do with their assets, after death. Many times people will be in my office and ask a very sole searching question, such as: "Why did my spouse have to die, he/she was such a good person?". Many times that question is asked by individuals who really have no hope or knowledge of a life after death. Though I can not answer that particular question, for that specific individual, I can offer encouragement and my testimony and knowledge that we can live again with our Heavenly Father. I am a Mormon, because the teachings of Jesus Christ give me hope to live with my family forever.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by serving others; my spouse, my children, my grandchildren and my extended family. To me, my extended family includes those individuals who are in my church congregation. Many times the men in our congregation with participate in a "sinlge sisters Saturday", where we will visit the house of many of the women in our congregation who may be widowed, divorced or unmarried, and help them with issues at their homes. This may included landscaping, plumbing, electrical or other minor repairs that are needed to keep their homes in functioning capacity. I enjoying serving my community by working on specific work projects, at community parks, but also serving as a volunteer for several non-profit organizations in our area. Some of those non-profits work with the youth and promote specific areas of education. Sometimes, living my faith involves just simply listening to another person and lettiang them know that in my infinite way, I do understand their situation, or, at least I care.