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Hi I'm Ron

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Ron Hunt. I am a husband, father and grandfather. My wife and I have 8 children. I enjoy sailing and building things and when my grandchildren take me skiing, hiking, biking, shooting, rafting etc. or when they come to my workshop and have something they want to make. I have worked as an engineer in companies large and small, and was trained as Physicist. I am currently enjoying retirement.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and it always seemed right to me. However as I grew older I needed to know if it was really true for myself. As countless others before me and many other since, I read the Book of Mormon, other scriptures and church publications, but it wasn’t until I sincerely prayed about it that I could say for sure that I knew it was true. Knowing that it was true has enabled me to make it a part of my life.

How I live my faith

When my father passed away I was one of the speakers at his funeral, and I indicated that I didn’t remember ever seeing or hearing him speak or preach at a pulpit, but in his everyday life in his actions, he demonstrated his discipleship of Jesus Christ as he helped those in need and served others. I hope to be found like my father, living my faith in the way I try to be of service to others. I am currently serving as a Welfare Services missionary (volunteer helper) at the Church’s Aurora Cannery near Denver. I especially enjoy the “humanitarian canning” where we work with others, many not of our faith to provide some of the necessities of life for use in local food banks and community based relief organizations. I find that many of the skills acquired over a lifetime come in handy as I serve in this capacity.