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Hi I'm Norm

I'm a native coloradoan and I am a convert of32 years. I like to sculpt in concrete, fish,hunt, camp and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father of two grown daughters and a grandfather of one grandson who is the apple of my eye. I like the outdoors, camping, fishing, hunting, hiking and in my earlier years skiing. Sculpting in concrete is one thing that I get teased about because I look at all containers as concrete molds, tupperware bowls, bottles, ice sculpture molds,glasses and most anything that has an unusual shape.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a convert of 33 years. My wife is of pioneer stock. After eight years of marriage I decided to examine the Mormon church very carefully and I discovered that it answered many questions that I had held for many years and after prayerful consideration I was baptized and have been blessed ever since. I love the feeling that the gospel of Jesus Christ in my life gives me and the fact that families can be together forever is a blessing beyond description. I not only believe, but KNOW that Joseph Smith was a true Prophet of God and that Thomas S. Monson is a living Prophet leading our church today. I give the world my personal testimony that this is the true church in the name of Jesus Christ

How I live my faith

I am the Seminary Principal for our Stake. Seminary is a class for all high school students that convenes at the early hour of 6:00 am monday thru friday. They are taught scriptures by very dedicated teachers who spend many hours preparing their lessons. I also participate in our home teaching program, wherein everyone is assigned with a companion to home teach several families once a month. It is also designed to see if the families are in need of anything and to help wherever and with whatever they may need. Once a year we have a very large Stake activity in which the entire Stake participates in a project. It is a great even and this year almost 500 members from our stake completed a project at one of the local high schools. Being the Seminary Principal means getting up at about 4:15 am but it is worth it.