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Hi I'm Roz

I was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. I’m a professional seamstress I currently live in Arizona. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife and mother of 3 great kids; I have been married for 27 years. I was born and raised in Las Vegas. Some say it’s “Sin City” but I say its home. There are a lot of Mormons in Las Vegas. My dad used to own five Wedding Chapels on the strip. He said that he wanted his daughters to marry in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, “Mormon” Temple, but other people needed a nice place to get married too. I learned a lot from my mother and father, and with the teachings found in the LDS church, I had a strong family foundation and values. I hope that I am continuing teach their strong “family values” in my home. I like to sew and make beautiful clothes and furnishings. We currently live in Mesa, Arizona where I am a seamstress and have 2 kids in high school and the other at college in Utah. I like to travel with my husband and kids.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in a devoted Mormon family, where we were taught strong values. I knew I had a Heavenly Father that loved me. When I grew up I had to decide how to mold my life, there was no question. I wanted to follow the teachings of Jesus. I love the truth about families can be together forever. Each day I strive to live like Jesus, to teach my children the way I was taught. Some days I fall short but I know if I keep trying to become better and to serve others and to love others, I will be blessed.

How I live my faith

I work with the youth in our church, in the young women’s program. I try to teach the young women of their full potential, to be educated and to be well rounded. I love the Mormon church and the values it teaches us women. Life is hard enough the church gives us a guide to make good choices in life.