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Hi I'm Trent Hiatt

I grew up in Loveland Colorado. I work at a School taking care of computers. I like Pizza! I can be random. I am a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Russell Trent Hiatt Jr. I go by Trent because Russ is my Dad. As far I know I am the only Mormon in my family. I like to help people and love to see others happy. I am very shy at first but once I get to know someone I get over my shyness. I like to play games and hang out with my friends, I keep an open mined and try to be true to everyone. I like classical music, but I listen to just about everything--barring RAP! I am a nerd, computer wiz, and love technoligie. However, I also like to get away from the computers and go camping, hiking, and rabbit chasing. Food is my favorite food, but I don't eat very much. Legos call to me, and I love games--all sorts. Oh, one more thing. I think alot . . . sometimes too much for my own good.

Why I am a Mormon

When I was young I spent a lot of time thinking about some of the bigger questions of life and what I should do to be a better example for my little sister. This led me to develop a personal code of conduct and moral guidelines for my life. Several years later, in college, I looked for a place to be baptized. I looked for a long time, attending many churches with friends, but none of them felt quite right. Then one day, a girl whom I was dating at the time, asked me if I would like to go to church with her. I said "yes" and the following Sunday I went to church with her in the Norfolk Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Before we got there she reassured me that I did not have to go with her, but I looked at her and said "I'm going." That day was a lot of fun and brought me peace. The next week my friend gave me a Book of Mormon with her testimony in it and a For the Strength of the Youth pamphlet. In the for the Strength of the Youth pamphlet, I found many of the values and morals I had taught myself in my youth. It was then that I knew the Church was true. A few months later I was baptized and confirmed a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Now, as they say, the rest is History!

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being true to myself. This allows me to be true to others.