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Hi I'm Ross Frazier

I grew up in Arizona, and been in business most of my life. I am a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Ross, I am fifty seven years old and I have six children. Three were born naturally to my wife and I and 3 were adopted. I love them all and consider myself a very fortunate father. I am also a pilot and have been flying since 1992 and have logged nearly 3000 hours. I love to play golf, love to snow ski and enjoy cycling. In my youth I grew up in the Boy Scout programs and learned to love the outdoors. Camping, fishing and hunting are three more great loves. I was taught early on how to hunt by my maternal grandfather who grew up in the mountains. His family relyed on his skill as a hunter during the winter months. As a boy, what fun it was to have had the opportunity to learn so much from such a great man. I am a business man. Our business is Emergency General Contracting, inculding damages from storms, floods, fires, and in restoration of all kinds of damaged property. In today's economy, emergencys of all types continue to happen regardless of all else. I enjoy helping people recover their sanity and assist them in getting back to their lives and their families. Most important to me is my family especially my wife. I love her with all my heart. We have been together for nearly 33 years and we have grown together in mutual love and respect. She is my friend and my confidant. She tells me from time to time I am her biggest fan. I am certainy hers. I am so very grateful for her. I guess you could say that I am a lucky man.

Why I am a Mormon

Since birth, my Father and Mother have always taught me of a loving Father in Heaven and have shared their appreciation for the attonement of Jesus Christ. I do not remember learning to pray, but my relationship to God is sacred to me as I have had so many answers to prayer. These answers to prayers has led me to ask the most important questions of all. I have studied the Bible, I have studied the Book of Mormon and I have asked God to tell me if these things I have studied are true. I have asked him if living prophets walk the earth. I have asked if the gospel of Jesus Christ was restored by Joseph Smith. I have had my prayers answered and know that the gospel of Jesus Christ was restored, there is a living prophet directing the church, the windows of heaven are open, and there are twelve apostles once again on the earth today. When I turned nineteen I was called to serve a mission for the church in England. What a great experience it was to teach the gospel of Jesus Christ and bear my testimony that he lives. That the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints is his church and all the ordinances throughout all time are returned including families being sealed together for all time and eternity. I have taught the gospel and was blessed to be able to baptize many families. I have a testimony born of the Holy Ghost, that God the Father lives, that his son Jesus Christ lives and died for me, and that his church is on the earth.

How I live my faith

Since families are at the center of religion, we visit each of the members of the ward most every month and privide a spiritual thought and see if there is anything each family stands in need of. It is one of my callings in my ward to see that all are visited and that we as a large ward family, look out for the welfare of each other. I don't believe I ever really left the mission field. I know it never left me. I still feel it is important to share the gospel message to strenthen the membership of the church, and share my personal testimony of the many answers to prayer I have had regarding the truthfulness of the church. I still study the scriptures most every day. I still feel desire to live a better life and enjoy closer relationship to my Heavenly Father. I still want to serve any way I can share these precious truths.