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Hi I'm Paul Dunn

I am a mormon and am a Dermatologist.

About Me

I did my undergraduate work at the University of Utah and Medical School at Medical College of Wisconsin. I also did residency at University of New Mexico. I enjoy practicing dermatology which gives me the opportunity of meeting and working with many interesting and incredible people. The rewards of practicing medicine are helping to relieve suffering and to help treat potentially life-threatening cancers and sometimes helping young people feel better about themselves. I am the father of 4 sons and enjoy spending time and interacting with them. Parenting is one of the great rewards of life despite the struggles and sometimes heartache.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in a large LDS family, but at some point I had to become my own person with my own beliefs. Reading and studying the Book of Mormon has been the center of my testimony along with the feelings that I have had concerning the restoration of Christ's Gospel to the earth through Joseph Smith. No matter what challenges and troubles have occurred in my life I can't forget or deny the feelings of testimony and Love that I feel from the Savior. He gave His life for each of us including me and took upon himself our sins so that we can overcome any trial or sin in our life through Him. This knowledge gives my life hope and purpose.

How I live my faith

I am an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I enjoy serving and helping others. Service to others helps keep my life in perspective and gives me opportunities to grow. I have enjoyed visiting members of our church through hometeaching and helping them meet any particular needs that they might have. I currently help teach a Sunday School Class at my church. I have enjoyed opportunities to help young men with scouting and teaching in the past.