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Hi I'm We're Skip and Peggy Hamilton.

We're Mormon. We grew up in Utah, met at Utah State University, and were married in the Logan Temple.

About Me

Peggy has a B.S. in Office Administration. I gained an B.A. and an M.A. in English Literature at Utah State. Then we went to the University of Tennessee in Knoxville where I did advanced graduate work in English Literature and also received an MLS. Peggy worked to support our lives and my education habit. After I graduated we went to "Ole Miss" for our first professional position. In 1980 we moved to Colorado and I have been the English Literature Bibliographer at the University of Colorado, Boulder since then. Peggy has worked continuously as an Administrative Assistant. We have one son, he has a lovely wife, and two perfect, naturally, granddaughters. We have tried to remain active Mormons during all of these years. Peggy loves crafts and goes from making porcelain dolls to quilting to ceramics to making jewelry to making handcrafted cards to whatever strikes her fancy next. I love music - sing in the Colorado Mormon Chorale, reading, and toying around with cheap high end audio.

Why I am a Mormon

At our families' knees we learned about the Church. Our lives have been a continuing growing commitment to that which we were taught and that which we still learn. This was the pattern we followed with our son. Today, he and his wife - who were married in the temple - are now following this same pattern. The support we felt as children we saw blessing our son as he grew. And, now, that same process is blessing him, his wife, and their children.

How I live my faith

Our lives are centered around the Church, our Savior's teachings, his and the Church's morals and community. We find we then interact through its programs with our neighbors, with our friends, and with those with whom we work. Again, the Church provides our lives' with a compass that we then hope is mirrored to those with whom we associate.